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The Philippines 2006 World Pool Championship - Final Five Qualifiers
 Posted on Thursday, November 02 2006 @ 13:38:38 UTCby admin
World Pool Championships 2006 The World Pool Championships
The Philippine International Convention Center (PICC)
Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP Complex)
Roxas Blvd.
1307 Pasay City
Metro Manila
Tel: (632) 551-7920 / 551-7415 / 551-6917
Fax: (632) 551-6372

4-12 November 2006

Five Through as Qualifiers Wrap Up (article includes final groups list).

Play concluded late Wednesday night as the 2006 Philippines World Pool Championship Qualifying Event reached its climax at the Star Billiards Center at Quezon City and there were five more lucky players taking their spots in the starting line for the main event which gets underway this Saturday November 4.

Click on "Read More..." for the details.

Tomoo Takano become the fourth Japanese player to reach the event proper as he got the better of Filipino Elvis Perez 9-6 to take the final spot in Group 3 alongside 2003 WPC Champion Thorsten Hohmann, Filipino Canadian Edwin Montal and England’s Andy Worthington.

In the last event it was seasoned local pro Leonardo Andam who won through as he took out young Japanese player Ryoji Aoki in a tense decider.

Andam, a quarter finalist in this event in 2001, has not appeared in the WPC since ’02 and he will relish the opportunity to carry the flag for the Philippines. ‘The Rattlesnake’ will appear in Group 7, headed by Germany’s Ralf Souquet.

There were four more players whose week of qualifying concluded in the best possible way as they headed up the table of ‘lucky losers’ for the players who did not win an event but gained the most points due to performances throughout the week.

Chin Ju-chen of Taiwan becomes Qualifier 11 and the Filipino trio of Jharome Pena, Rudy Morta and Israel Rota all get the nod as Qualifiers 12, 13 and 14 respectively.

Rota can count himself the most fortunate as he takes the place of 2003 US Open Champion Gabe Owen (USA) who withdrew on Tuesday citing reservations about travelling.

If any further players drop out then first alternate is America’s Max Eberle whose runner’s up spot in one event and semi-final in another were enough to put him in pole position.

Luke Riches
Matchroom Sport


Group 1
Wu Chia-ching (TPE)        
Chang Keng-kwang (SIN)
Harold Rousseau (CAN)
Sven Pauritsch (GER)

Group 2
Efren Reyes (PHI)        
Radoslaw Babica (POL)            
Roy Apancho (INA)
Tony Crosby (USA)

Group 3
Thorsten Hohmann (GER)            
Edwin Montal (CAN)            
Andy Worthington (ENG)
Tamoo Takano (JAP)

Group 4
Alex Pagulayan (PHI)
Li He-wen (CHN)                
Lee Kun-fang (TPE)
Gustavo Espinosa (ARG)
Group 5
Marlon Manalo (PHI)            
Mike Davis (USA)
Fu Che-wei (TPE)
Nicolas Guimond (CAN)

Group 6
Kuo Po-cheng    (TPE)        
Ernesto Dominguez (MEX)
Dharminder Singh Lily (IND)
Roger Lysholm (Nor)

Group 7
Ralf Souquet (GER)            
Chang Jung-ling (TPE)        
Tony Fransson (SWE)
Leonardo Andam (PHI)

Group 8
Johnny Archer (USA)            
Huang Kun-chang (TPE)        
Xu Meng (CHN)
Gregorio Sanchez (VEN)

Group 9
Thomas Engert (GER)            
Stuart Lawler    (AUS)            
Philipp Stojanovic (CRO)
Lee Van Corteza (PHI)

Group 10
Francisco Bustamante (PHI)            
Darren Appleton (ENG)            
Prince Haji Billah (BRU)
Jharome Pena (PHI)

Group 11
Mika Immonen (FIN)            
David Alcaide    (ESP)             
Marco Tschudi (SUI)
Antonio Lining (PHI)

Group 12
Rodney Morris     (USA)            
Enrique Rojas     (CHI)            
Jorn Kaplan (GER)
Lu Hsun-chen (TPE)

Group 13
Marcus Chamat (SWE)            
Jeong Young-hwa (KOR)            
Roland Garcia (PHI)
Rudy Morta (PHI)

Group 14
Yang Ching-shun (TPE)        
Raj Hundal (ENG)             
Mohammed Zulfikri (INA)
Tyler Edey (CAN)

Group 15
Nick van den Berg (NED)            
Sandor Tot (SCG)        
Gandy Valle (PHI)
Ahmed Al Sada (QAT)

Group 16
Dennis Orcollo (PHI)            
Thanh Nam Nguyen (VIE)            
Steve Davis (ENG)
Dave Reljic (AUS)

Group 17
Earl Strickland (USA)            
Chen Ying-chieh (TPE)        
Vincent Facquet (nothing)
Chin Ju-chen (TPE)

Group 18
Niels Feijen (NED)            
Takeshi Okumura (JAP)            
Ryu Seong-woo (KOR)
Michael Schmidt (GER)

Group 19
Chao Fong-pang (TPE)        
Roman Hybler     (CZE)        
Bernard Tey Choon Kiat (SIN)
Huidji See (NED)

Group 20
Imran Majid (ENG)            
Patrick Ooi Fook Yuen (MAS)            
Wang Hung-hsiang (TPE)
Evangelos Vettas (GRE)

Group 21
Oliver Ortmann (GER)            
Rodolfo Luat (PHI)            
Fu Jian-bo (CHN)
David Larsson (SWE)

Group 22
Corey Deuel (    USA)            
Masaki Tanaka (JAP)
John Wims (IRE)
Roberto Gomez (PHI)

Group 23
Jose Parica (PHI)            
Santos Sambajon (Phi)            
Ricky Yang (INA)
Pat Holtz (SCO)

Group 24
Jeremy Jones     (USA)            
Tony Drago (MAL)                
Liu Cheng-chuan (TPE)
Ceri Worts (NZL)

Group 25
Alex Lely (NED)             
Israel Rota (PHI)
Lou Condo (AUS)
Nien Rong-chih (TPE)

Group 26
Chang Pei-wei     (TPE)        
Andreas Roschkowsky (GER)            
Ibrahim bin Amir (MAS)
Alejandro Carvajal (CHI)

Group 27
Vilmos Foldes    (HUN)            
Toh Lian-han (SIN)            
Junaine Nicholas (RSA)
Hsia Hui-kai (TPE)

Group 28
Christian Reimering (GER)            
Ronato Alcano (PHI)            
Luong Chi Dung (VIE)
Marcel Martens (NED)

Group 29
Kunihiko Takahashi (JAP)            
Kevin Uzzell (ENG)            
Jeff de Luna (PHI)
Chris Calabrese (AUS)

Group 30
Fabio Petroni (ITA)                
Charlie Williams (USA)            
Apsi Chaniago (INA)
Eduardo Villanueva (PHI)

Group 31
Markus Juva (FIN)            
Konstantin Stepanov (RUS)             
Zbynek Vaic (RSA)
Tan Biong Boon (SIN)

Group 32
Daryl Peach (ENG)            
Ramil Gallego (PHI)    
Tepwin Arunnath (THA)
Rob Saez (USA)


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