Muir waits Bulman or Collumb at the Final
Scotland’s Ross Muir claimed victory by 4 Frames to 1 facing Finland’s Robin Hull at semifinal 1 of the Men’s competition of the 2023 EBSA European Snooker Championships this Saturday afternoon ao St. Paul’s Bay Dolmen Hotel.
Aged 27 and bronze medallist at the 2020 EBSA European Snooker Championships in Portugal, Ruir waits his opponent, coming from semifinal 2, also to be played best of 7 Frames and already underday in Malta, with his fellow countryman Michael Collumb facing Ireland’s Ross Bulman. Belgium’s Frank Monette is the referee and Malta’s Sacha Gauci is the marker of the match this Saturday afternoon.
If the Motherwell’s aged 34 Collumb wins, Scotland assures gold and silver… and the next European Snooker Champion. And makes it 3 out of 4 competitions in Malta, after Jack Borwick’s win at the U16 competition and Liam Graham’s triumph in the U21 cathegory – just Hungarian Bulcsú Révész won the U18 competition, the exception.
The best of 9 Frames Grand Final match of the 2023 EBSA European Snooker Championships in the Men’s competition is scheduled to start at 6 p.m. at the venue, in St. Paul’s Bay.
The Grand Final will the the 838th match in just 2 weeks in Malta among the 4 competitions, and the 415th of the Men’s event: an incredible number of clashes between the 177 competitors aiming to succeed Estonian Andres Petrov as the next European Snooker Champion and to be nominated by EBSA to World Snooker to play on the tour.