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Mezz Cues Baltic Pool League 2017 III Stage - Press Release

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Date: Monday, September 25 2017 @ 10:32:56 UTC
Topic: 9 Ball



Baltic Pool League 2017
BAMS Pool House
Cēsu iela 18
Riga
Latvia
www.balticpoolleague.eu - facebook - youtube - men's brackets - women's brackets
www.bams.lv
www.rart.eu

Saturday/Sunday 9-10 September 2017


Margarita Fefilova (BLR) and Pijus Labutis (LIT)
Mezz Cues Baltic Pool League 2017 Stage III Champions
All photography courtesy of ©Rolandas Vaizgėla at www.facebook.com/rart.eu
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MEZZ CUES BALTIC POOL LEAGUE CONTINUED IN RIGA

Battle of the Youth

The men’s division turned out to be a real battle of the youth as in the final four there were only young guns still in the bracket. The first semi final was a real cracker as two top youth players, not only in the Baltics, but in the world battled, out the place in the final. These two talents were Denis Grabe (EST) and Pijus Labutis. After a thrilling semi final Pijus Labutsi managed to get the most of it and proceed to the final by a score 8:6. The second semi final was between Mark Mägi (EST) and Vladislav Les (BLR). On the paper it promised to be as thrilling match as the first semi final. However Mägi was on top of his game and secured a comfortable 8:3 victory. In the final Mägi was unable to keep his concentration and Labutis cruised to an overwhelming victory 8:2.

This win was an important one for Labutis as he managed to close down to Mägi in the overall ranking and now he is fourth after leader Mägi, second Tuomas Riipinen (FIN) and third place Les.

Fefilova’s unbeaten run in Riga continues

Bams Pool House seems to be a very successful venue for Fefilova as she has not lost a match there for two years. Fefilova was really threatened in the women and oldboys division only in the first round when she won the hill-hill match over another Baltic superstar Anna Prisjaznuka. In her semi final she crashed Kateryna Polovinchuk (UKR) 7:2 and in the final Aleksandrs Kucmins (LAT) 7:3. Kucmins did not leave much chances to his fellow countryman Oled Demjanov in his semi final when he won 7:4.

After the Riga stage Janne Lehiö (FIN) took charge of the overall ranking, sharing the top place with Linda Guke (LAT). Similarly to first two places the third and fourth place are shared by Latvians Gatis Taube and Valdis Kleinhofs.



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Action from the final day of the Mezz Cues Baltic Pool League - Stage III - Latvia.

The success continues

The event had an unbelievable 100 participants which makes it definetely one of the most popular league in Europe. The Riga event had participants from Belarus, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania and Ukraine.

The organisers thank all the athletes, volunteers, fans and all other people and companies that were part of another enjoyable event. Big gratitude goes out to all the sponsors – Mezz Cues, Suomen Biljardimyynti, Aramith, Iwan Simonis, Kamui, Aveiras, Turtle Rack Sheet, Entry, Bams Pool House, Start Pool Club, Musta Kasi Pool Club.

For further information please visit our web page www.balticpoolleague.eu and Facebook www.facebook.com/balticpoolleague.


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