Remarcable comeback puts Hill in the final

Remarcable comeback puts Hill in the final

Darryl Hill will play this Thursday Grand Final of the U21 European Snooker Championships (14 hours local time, 13 hours in the UK) with english Louis Heathcote.

The 18 years old player from the Isle of Man has beaten german Lukas Kleckers by 5-4, coming from 2-4 down, Wednesday nitght, in the second semifinal of the event that takes place at the Dolmen Resort Hotel (St. Paul’s Bay) Malta, in a balanced match that ended already this Thursday.

In the first semifinal, played on Wednesday, Louis Heathcote trailed the success with a 5-2 over scottish Dylan Craig.

The Grand Final will be played best of 11 frames: the future European Champion must win six frames (from 6-0 to possible 6-5).

Semifinals/full results:

Louis Heathcote (Eng)-Dylan Craig (Sco), 5-2

Lukas Kleckers (Ger)-Darryl Hill (Iom), 4-5

Final (this Thursday 14 hours, best of 11 frames):

Louis Heathcote (Eng)-Darryl Hill (Iom)