U16 competition round-robin matches underway

The U16 event of the 2023 EBSA European Snooker Championships started this Monday morning with the best ob three frames round-robin stage matches to all the 60 competitiors aiming for the continental crown at St. Paul’s Bay Dolmen Hotel, in Malta.

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Scotland, with Steven Wardropper and Jack Borwick among a fleet of six, as much as half a dozens competitors from Ukraine – with Roman Blakyta and Matvei Lagodzinschii once again carrying their own flag in the event – lead thw way anong strong oppositions coming from Ireland, England, Malta, Poland and Wales, each and everyone of them also with a handfull of future stars at this U16 competition, eut first of four to take place in Malta for the next twoo weeks.

Hungarian BulcsĂș RevĂ©sz and Malta’s Andrei Cini with Poland’s referee Anna Hodun

Some players like the 14 years aged Moldova’s Vladislav Gradinari: after losing only to Tom Ford at the ‘Shoot Out’ this year, Vlad are going for ‘the full mounty’: he is are going to play also the U18 European Snooker Championships – starting on Tuesday, March 7th… but also the U21 and Men’s event. Marathon men, step forward when your passion for snooker has no limits.

16 tables settled at the St. Paul’s Bay Dolmen hotel: lots of audience to start the two weeks of competition

Passionate fans, feel free to drop by at St. Paul’s Bay Dolmen hotel and take a glance of tomorrow’s aces starting showing their skills this 2023 European Snooker Champioships. The youngest one is 8 years old Malta’s Adam Pace, who presents himself with a 37 has his best break in an official match but already an astonishing 64 breat during practice.

They start young and get better facing strong competition each day: amazing future stars on the making