AEBF

Australian Eight Ball Federation

Junior Nationals Results 2024

Junior Nationals Results 2024 Events and Results.

Junior Nationals Results 2024 Events and Results.

Under 12 Junior Singles 2024
Angelo Tsikouris 4
Austin Huang 1

Under 12 Junior Singles 2024

Under 12 Junior Singles 2024

Under 15 Junior Singles 2024
Liam Nolan 6
Nick Fahey 4

Under 15 Junior Singles 2024

Under 15 Junior Singles 2024

Under 18 Girls Singles 2024
Charlotte Lane-Hatton 6
Tiarna Knight 0

Under 18 Girls Singles 2024

Under 18 Girls Singles 2024

Under 18 Junior Singles 2024
Tyreece Gray 6
Jason Yu 3

Under 18 Junior Singles 2024

Under 18 Junior Singles 2024

Junior Teams 2024 1-4
South Australia 17
Queensland 14

Junior Teams Final Top 4

Junior Teams Final Top 4

Junior Teams 2024 5-8
Northern Territory 17
New South Wales 12

Junior Teams Final Bottom 4

Junior Teams Final Bottom 4

Junior 6 Red Challenge 2024
Winners
U/12 – Baili Clack
u/15 – Charles Huang
Girls – Lilly Meldrum
U/18 – Tyreece Gray

Performance Cup
Queensland

 

Sports Person
Mitchell Shadbolt

Player of Carnival
Jason Yu

Australian Junior Team 2024
Tyreece Gray – SA
Jason Yu – NT
Jackson Agale – QLD (Captain)
Ty Stone – QLD
Flinn Bennett – TAS
Cylas Jackson – WA (Vice Captain)

 

Venue:
Harmonie German Club Canberra
49 Jerrabomberra Ave, Narrabundah, Canberra, ACT, Australia

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Junior Nationals Results 2024

2024 australian eight ball junior nationals

2024 Australian Eight Ball Championships

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Good Morning Australia,

The AEBF would like to announce that the 2024 Junior Nationals will be hosted by the ACTEBA in Canberra.

The Harmonie German Club will be the venue hosting the 32nd Australian Junior Eight Ball Championships from 15th-20th January 2024.

We wish the ACTEBA association all the best and look forward to the assemblage of Australia’s best young talent into Canberra to chisel the next chapter of champions into the Annals of Australian Eight Ball history.

Travis Crawley

AEBF President

2024 Junior Nationals schedule
Sunday, 14 January 2024 Arrive
Monday, 15 January 2024 8:00 AM 5:00 PM
Tuesday, 16 January 2024
Wednesday, 17 January 2024
Thursday, 18 January 2024
Friday, 19 January 2024
Saturday, 20 January 2024 Finals Presentation
Sunday, 21 January 2024 Depart

Australian Junior Eight Ball Championships
U/18, U/18 Girls, U/15, U/12
Singles & Team Championships

Harmonie German Club Canberra
49 Jerrabomberra Ave,
Narrabundah, Canberra, ACT, Australia,
Australian Capital Territory

2023 junior

2023 Australian Eight Ball Junior Championships

2023 Australian Eight Ball Junior Championships

The AEBF are pleased to announce the dates for the 2023 Australian Eight Ball Junior Nationals.
The Albury Commercial Club
8th-12th January 2023
Under 12’s
Under 15’s
Under 18’s
Under 18’s Girls
State Team Challenge
(Note: The Australian Junior Snooker Championships will be held from 2nd-8th January at the Commercial Club)
The AEBF thanks our event partners for their continued support.
* Consolidated Leisure & Sport (CL&S)
* The Albury Commercial Club
* Quest Albury on Kiewa
* Quest Albury on Townsend
* PoolStat
* Cueball.TV
We look forward to seeing all the kids return to Nationals and get back to what they love doing most…. PLAYING POOL
From these nationals, the AEBF will be sending an Australian Junior Team to the 2023 World Championships in Morocco from 27th May to 7th June 2023.

Dates

  • Arrive   Saturday, 7 January 2023
    Day 1    Sunday, 8 January 2023
    Day 2   Monday, 9 January 2023
    Day 3   Tuesday, 10 January 2023
    Day 4   Wednesday, 11 January 2023
    Day 5   Thursday, 12 January 2023
    Depart Friday, 13 January 2023

Venue

Host

Umpires

Statistics

2023 Australian Eight Ball Junior Championships

The AEBF are pleased to announce the dates for the 2023 Australian Eight Ball Junior Nationals.
The Albury Commercial Club
8th-12th January 2023
Under 12’s
Under 15’s
Under 18’s
Under 18’s Girls
State Team Challenge
(Note: The Australian Junior Snooker Championships will be held from 2nd-8th January at the Commercial Club)
The AEBF thanks our event partners for their continued support.
* Consolidated Leisure & Sport (CL&S)
* The Albury Commercial Club
* Quest Albury on Kiewa
* Quest Albury on Townsend
* PoolStat
* Cueball.TV
We look forward to seeing all the kids return to Nationals and get back to what they love doing most…. PLAYING POOL
From these nationals, the AEBF will be sending an Australian Junior Team to the 2023 World Championships in Morocco from 27th May to 7th June 2023.

Dates

  • Arrive   Saturday, 7 January 2023
    Day 1    Sunday, 8 January 2023
    Day 2   Monday, 9 January 2023
    Day 3   Tuesday, 10 January 2023
    Day 4   Wednesday, 11 January 2023
    Day 5   Thursday, 12 January 2023
    Depart Friday, 13 January 2023

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Host

Umpires

Historical

Documents

2012 Itinerary

Australian Junior Championships 2012
       
  Sunday, 15 January 2012    
9:00 AM Free practice all tables LINK Under 12 Results
9:30 AM Delegates meeting LINK Under 15 Results
10:00 AM Team Photos LINK Under 18 Results
11:30 AM Opening Ceremony LINK Teams
12:30 PM Lunch    
1:00 PM Junior Singles Matches    
6:00 PM Room close    
7:30 PM Umpires Course    
       
  Monday, 16 January 2012   Thursday, 19 January 2012
8:30 AM Free practice all tables 8:30 AM Free practice all tables
9:00 AM Singles event all tables 9:00 AM Singles event all tables
6:00 PM Room close 10:30 AM Singles Quarter/Semi Finals
    6:00 PM Room close
       
  Tuesday, 17 January 2012   Friday, 20 January 2012
8:30 AM Free practice all tables 8:30 AM Free practice all tables
9:00 AM Singles event all tables 9:00 AM Team Matches
6:00 PM Room close 5:00 PM Team Grand Final
    6:00 PM Room close
       
  Wednesday, 18 January 2012   Saturday, 21 January 2012
8:30 AM Free practice all tables 8:30 AM Free practice all tables
9:00 AM Singles event all tables 10:00 AM Under 12 Grand Final
6:00 PM Room close 11:30 AM Under 15 Grand Final
    1:00 PM Under 18 Grand Final
    6:30 PM Presentation night
      Neat Casual Dress
       

 

Australian Junior Team 2018

2018 AUSTRALIAN
JUNIOR TEAM
1. Kane Weekley (SA)
2. Danyal Porter (SA)
3. Hayden Goode (QLD) – (Vice-Captain)
4. Jasely Dimer (WA) – (Captain)
5. Devlin Praeger (VIC)
6. Isabella Di Giorgio (VIC)
Team Manager: Jeremy Bower (WA)

 

Finals

19-01-2018 – Semi Final 4:30 PM: Under 12s (PUBLISHED)
Ref Final Home Player Score Score Away Player Status Venue Table Options
121 SF1 Cylas Jackson 3 4 Ciaran Dempsey Played Empire 6 msheet
122 SF2 Emma Carter 0 4 Daniel Hanley Played Empire 8 msheet

19-01-2018 – Semi Final 4:30 PM: Under 15s (PUBLISHED)
Ref Final Home Player Score Score Away Player Status Venue Table Options
151 SF1 Niki Burnett 2 4 Rory Jowett Played Empire 5 msheet
152 SF2 Toby Clack 4 0 Trai Chan Played Empire 7 msheet

19-01-2018 – Semi Final 4:30 PM: Girls (PUBLISHED)
Ref Final Home Player Score Score Away Player Status Venue Table Options
171 SF1 Holly Va’Aelua 3 4 Kyra Rikys Played Empire 2 msheet
172 SF2 Teah Raeburn 4 1 Isabella Crispo Played Empire 4 msheet

19-01-2018 – Qualifying & Elimination Finals – 4:30 PM: Under 18 (PUBLISHED)
Ref Final Home Player Score Score Away Player Status Venue Table Options
181 QF Hayden Goode 1 4 Kane Weekley Played Empire 1 msheet
182 EF Devlin Praeger 2 4 Jasely Dimer Played Empire 3 msheet

19-01-2018 – Semi Final 6:30 PM: – Semi Finals (PUBLISHED)
Ref Final Home Player Score Score Away Player Status Venue Table Options
183 SF1 Danyal Porter 4 2 Kane Weekley Played Empire 1 msheet
184 SF2 Hayden Goode 4 3 Jasely Dimer Played Empire 2 msheet

20-01-2018 – Preliminary Final 10:00 AM: Under 12s (PUBLISHED)
Ref Final Home Player Score Score Away Player Status Venue Table Options
123 PF Cylas Jackson 1 5 Daniel Hanley Played Empire 4 msheet

20-01-2018 – Preliminary Final 10:00 AM: Under 15s (PUBLISHED)
Ref Final Home Player Score Score Away Player Status Venue Table Options
153 PF Niki Burnett 5 4 Toby Clack Played Empire 3 msheet

20-01-2018 – Preliminary Final 10:00 AM: Girls (PUBLISHED)
Ref Final Home Player Score Score Away Player Status Venue Table Options
173 PF Holly Va’Aelua 5 3 Teah Raeburn Played Empire 2 msheet

20-01-2018 – Preliminary Final 10:00 AM: Under 18s (PUBLISHED)
Ref Final Home Player Score Score Away Player Status Venue Table Options
185 PF Kane Weekley 4 5 Hayden Goode Played Empire 1 msheet

20-01-2018 – Final 12:00 PM: Under 12s (PUBLISHED)
Ref Final Home Player Score Score Away Player Status Venue Table Options
124 GF Ciaran Dempsey 3 6 Daniel Hanley Played Empire 2 msheet

20-01-2018 – Final 12:00 PM: Under 15s (PUBLISHED)
Ref Final Home Player Score Score Away Player Status Venue Table Options
154 GF Rory Jowett 6 5 Niki Burnett Played Empire 1 msheet

20-01-2018 – Final 1:30 PM: Girls (PUBLISHED)
Ref Final Home Player Score Score Away Player Status Venue Table Options
174 GF Kyra Rikys 3 6 Holly Va’Aelua Played Empire 2 msheet

20-01-2018 – Final 1:30 PM: Under 18s (PUBLISHED)
Ref Final Home Player Score Score Away Player Status Venue Table Options
186 GF Danyal Porter 3 6 Kane Weekley Played Empire 1 msheet

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2019 Junior Nationals: Day 1

 

I would like to welcome all competitors, Team Managers, Parents, Umpires & Officials to the 2019 Australian Junior National Championships here at the Country Club Tasmania. 

As a past Junior Team Manager and JDO for SA 8 Ball I am proud to be at this years Australian Junior National Championships as the new Australian Junior Development Officer and look forward to the next week of Competition with Australia’s best Junior 8 ball players. 

The level of competition Junior 8 Ball Players bring to the sport continues to grow every day and I look forward to the continued growth of junior 8 ball in Australia for years to come. Our junior players are the future of our sport in this country. 

As Australian JDO my aim is to grow junior 8 ball even more in Australia by encouraging and supporting all current players and new comers to the sport. 

I would also like to remind everyone that this is still a sport, we are not playing for cattle stations. To all junior players, work hard, play smart and remember to have fun! 

Chris Jeffery 

AEBF  

Australian JDO

2020 Australian Eight Ball Junior Championships

Saturday, 11 January 2020
Sunday, 12 January 2020 3:00pm Day 1 Doors Open
Sunday, 12 January 2020 3:20pm Managers Meeting
Sunday, 12 January 2020 4:00pm Opening Ceremony
Sunday, 12 January 2020 5:00pm Teams Match 1
Monday, 13 January 2020 9am Day 2 Singles Teams
Tuesday, 14 January 2020 9am Day 3 Singles Teams
Wednesday, 15 January 2020 9am Day 4 Singles Teams
Thursday, 16 January 2020 9am Day 5 Singles Teams
Friday, 17 January 2020 9am Day 6 Singles Teams
Saturday, 18 January 2020 9am Day 7 Singles Teams
Sunday, 19 January 2020 9am Day 8 Finals Finals Dinner 5pm
Monday, 20 January 2020

info on www.junior8ball.com

Stanley Room

Commercial Club Albury
618 Dean Street
Albury NSW 2640

2019 Junior Nationals: Day 2

 

Second day of play saw some outstanding pool played by all, with most games coming down to the wire. The sportsmanship these juniors show on and off the table is also a fantastic thing to watch. The teams event is shaping up to be a thriller as with so much talent in all teams it’s hard to tell who will be there at the end. 

 Chris Jeffery 

AEBF  

Australian JDO 

2019 Junior Nationals: Day 3

Day 3 

After day 3 it sees the Defending champions QLD on top of the ladder with 3 wins and SA, VIC, WA and Tas all on 2 wins.  In the singles it sees SA on top in the U18s , QLD on top for U12s & U15s, NT on top for the U18 Girls. What I do enjoy seeing is the way these juniors are fierce competitors on the table but off the table the friendships made are amazing and this is what Junior 8 ball is about.  

 Chris Jeffery 

AEBF  

Australian JDO

 

2016 Australian Junior Nationals

 Host:
West Australian 8 Ball Federation

Venue:
Federation Headquarters
Cnr Centre and George Street
Queens Park WA 6107

 

Saturday, 16 January 2016   Arrive  Perth WA
Sunday, 17 January 2016   Day 1 Opening and Singles
Monday, 18 January 2016   Day 2 Singles
Tuesday, 19 January 2016   Day 3 Singles
Wednesday, 20 January 2016   Day 4 Singles
Thursday, 21 January 2016   Day 5 Teams and Singles Quarter/Semi Finals
Friday, 22 January 2016   Day 6 Teams and Team Final
Saturday, 23 January 2016   Day 7 Finals and Presentation
Sunday, 24 January 2016   Depart  Perth WA

 

2016 Junior Eight Ball Nationals

After 6 days of amazing pool showcased at the 2016 Junior National 8 Ball Championships, hosted by the WA 8 Ball Federation at their brilliant air-conditioned & fully catered headquarters in Queens Park, I share an overview of the event in this album, enjoy!

WA’s eightball president Terry Green, his Junior development officer Jeremy Bower with committee & volunteers provided a perfect platform for the Australian 8 Ball Federation to stage their Nationals this year, held at their speccy sporting facility. Andrew Saltmarsh, Greg Dingle & JJ Spinks co ordinated the tournament & provided a live stream of matches. Greg Dingle & Lance Ryan also headed up a solid core of umpires seeing every match refereed. The AEBF & their team had the championships run smoothly & in a timely manner, congratulations on a grand effort from them all!

The event as always was supported & sponsored by CL&S, the providers of Mitchell Straughan Cloth & Aramith Balls & Ray Atwell joined the President of the AEBF Joe Fanto with Cheryl Congram for the awards ceremony to present the Champions. Special mention & thanks to the incredible Chezza for raising almost $5000 to help the juniors with their World Title expenses, she volunteered her fundraising efforts all week, a massive credit to her!

This is how the results panned out:

  • Junior Sportman of 2016 – NT Ayden Hodgson.
  • U/12 Singles Champion QLD Joshua Burnett – Runner Up QLD Jayden Dinga
  • U/15 Singles Champion VIC Devlin Praeger – Runner Up VIC Isabella Di Giorgio
  • U/18 Ladies Singles Champion VIC Isabella Di Giorgio – Runner Up WA Stella Kearney
  • U/18 Singles Champion VIC Matthew Curwood – Runner Up TAS Cooper Denmen
  • Teams Champions Queensland – Runners Up South Australia.

A MASSIVE Congratulations goes out to every one of the Juniors who played their hearts out & showed just how solid the World Rules Game of 8 Ball is here in Aussie, with these super talented youngens coming up through the ranks it’s not a wonder the Aussies are the current World Champs!! Good Luck & congrats to this years Australian team, Matt Curwood, Alex Pace, Cooper Denmen, Stone Stenhouse, Alex Kingsbury & Hayden Gunn, in their efforts to defend their title at the World later this year.

A quick mention also to the dedicated & hardworking team managers who ensured that their players every need was catered for & kept their teams spirits up with endless encouragement & support, awesome work!

And also to the the Bar & Kitchen crews that kept everyone well fed & watered the entire week.

All in all, the 2016 Junior Championships a resounding success & one that WA can be proud to have hosted.

Thanks for the entertainment boys & girls, I enjoyed capturing you all in action & look forward to seeing you all around the tables for years to come 🙂

Cheers

Kez.

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