AEBF

Australian Eight Ball Federation

Australian Team for 2021 World Championships

Dear Members,

The AEBF held a committee meeting last night to discuss the selection of the Australian Team for the World Championships in 2021. After considering the options, it was decided that the fairest option was to proceed with the players:

  • who were called up for the 2020 World Championship and;
  • had not declined their spot by the time the Australian teams were withdrawn.

The above players will be invited to represent Australia in the 2021 World Championships. If any of these players decline their spots, then players will be invited in the order of those originally selected for the 2020 World Championships, and working down the list until the teams are filled.

As a reminder, here are the details of the 2021 World Championships:

  • Venue:   
  • Hilton Birmingham Metropole Hotel
  • National Exhibition Centre
  • Pendigo Way, Marston Green, Birmingham B40 1PP
  • Arrive
  • Monday 16th August 2021
  • Depart
  • Friday 27th August 2021

At this stage we are planning to send teams to the 2021 World Championships, but we will be monitoring the status of COVID-19 pandemic around the world, and its impacts on international air travel. 

In  other exciting news, the AEBF are also in discussions with New Zealand about a test series between Australia and New Zealand, which could be played either here in Australia or over in New Zealand. The team selected for the 2021 World Championships would be the team to play against New Zealand (depending on New Zealand playing numbers), which may be in addition to the 2021 World Championships or instead, depending on the COVID-19 situation. Watch this space for more details.

Kind regards,

Australian Eight Ball Federation Committee

2020 World Championships – Australian Teams Announcement

2020 World Championships - Australian Teams Announcement
2020 World Championships - Australian Teams Announcement

2020 World Championships – Australian Teams Announcement

For the first time since 1993, Australia will not be sending teams to the 2020 World Eight Ball Championships.

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected travel plans in Australia on multiple levels, most relevant in this case with International travel. Although the countdown is on to lifting some of the measures put in place for social distancing and possibly domestic travel, the uncertainty is too great regarding planning International travel for our 40 plus players, Team Managers and travelling companions.

With many first-time representatives across the 6 Australian teams, this decision is very disappointing to us all. But it is of the highest importance that the AEBF declare that the safety of our Members is our number one priority.

Please join us in congratulating once again and acknowledging the great achievements of the following players that made up the 2020 Australian traveling teams.

TEAM AUSTRALIA

Australian Men’s Team
Captain – Peter Butterworth
Vice Captain – Paull Clack
Ben Nunan
Sawan Naker
Barry Kitchener Jr
Mandar Ranganekar
Alex Pace
Jayden Domeika
Team Manager – Paul Thorn

Australian Women’s Team
Captain – Sharon Brown
Vice-Captain – Nicole Fielding
Leslie O’Conner
Rachel King
Temple Larkins
Ana C Sarmento
Tracy Butterworth
Sue McCord
Team Manager – Karen Winter

Australian Masters Team
Captain – Adrian Lancaster
Vice Captain – Shane Cripps
Darren Waite
Greg Lawrie
Andy Ripley
Ciaran McCrory
Team Manager – Mandy Snare

Australian Junior Team
Captain – Nikolas Burnett
Vice-Captain – Billy Browne
Joe McClintock
Danyal Porter
Neil J Dimer
Rory Jowett
Team Manager – Chris Jeffery

Australian Under 23 (A) Team
Captain – Hayden Goode
Sam Burnett
Isabella Di Giorgio
Team Manager – Chris Jeffery

Australian Under 23 (B) Team
Captain – Kain Stone
Reece O’Callaghan
Jasely Jean dimer
Team Manager – Chris Jeffery

Statement released on behalf of the AEBF Executive & Development Committees.

World Championships 2020

European Championships, Dolmen Hotel Resort, Malta 15th – 22nd February 2020.

EPA Tour 4, Imperial Hotel Blackpool, 26th – 28th June 2020.

WEPF World Championships, Imperial Hotel Blackpool, 29th June – July 10th 2020.

Men’s singles will commence on Monday 29th, followed by the Masters.

2014 LIVE STREAMING World Championships, Blackpool

The Schedule has now been announced for the LIVE STREAMING stages from the World Championships, Blackpool.

Tues 1st 13:00 Semi Final 1 Tom Cousins (S1) v Rob Chilton (Eng)
  15:30 Semi Final 2 Giuseppe D'Imperio (S3) v Adam Davis (Eng)
  18:00 Semi Final 1 Mens Team England v Ireland
  21:00 Semi Final 2 Mens Team Australia v Morocco
Weds 2nd 11:00 Final Mens Team ? v ?
  14:00 Final Ladies Singles Kirsty Davies(Wal) v Emma Wilkinson(Eng)
  18:00 Final Mens Singles ? v ?

 

2012 World 8 Ball Championships

2012 World 8Ball Championships – June 24 – July 4th 

TV Arena

Full results and news can be found on the World 8Ball web site – https://wepf.org/index.php or from the links below

Mens Team Matches – https://wepf.org/TeamResults/Mens/Main.php

Womens Team Matches – https://wepf.org/TeamResults/Ladies/Main.php

Masters (Over 50) Team Matches – https://wepf.org/TeamResults/O50/Main.php

Under 21 Team Matches – https://wepf.org/TeamResults/U21/Main.php

Under 18 Team Matches – https://wepf.org/TeamResults/Junior/Main.php

Mens Singles (Qualifyers) – https://wepf.org/liveresults.php?option=5
Mens Singles (Last 64) – https://wepf.org/liveresults.php?option=3
 
 
Masters (Over 50) Singles – https://wepf.org/liveresults.php?option=10
 
 
 

Revised Masters Draw now online

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP SINGLES DRAWS AND TEAM SCHEDULES NOW AVAILABLE 
Mens Ladies Over 50's Under 21's Junior Wheelchair
Singles Draw Singles Draw Singles Draw Singles Draw Singles Draw Match Schedule
Singles Qualifier Draw Team Schedule Team Schedule Team Schedule Team Schedule  
Team Schedule          
LIVE SCORING LINKS BELOW – AVAILABLE FROM 24TH JUNE
Mens Ladies Over 50's Under 21's Junior Wheelchair
EPA Mens Qualifiers Singles Singles Singles Singles Singles
Qualifiers
Singles
Teams Teams Teams Teams Teams  

 

2011 World Eight Ball Pool Championships

Visit the World Site to keep up with the latest results from the 2011 World 8Ball Championships – www.wepf.org   

Click Here for Latest News and Press Releases

2011 WORLD EIGHTBALL POOL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Australian Over 50’s Team – World Champions 2011

Renata Delahunty – Runner Up World Ladies Singles 2011

Ben Nunan – Losing Semi Finalists Mens Singles 2011

Terry Bond – Australian Over 50’s Singles Runner Up

Australian Mens Team – Losing Semi Finalists to England 11 – 8

Australian Women’s Team – Losing Semi Finalists to England 8 – 6

Under 18 Junior Team – Losing Semi Finalists to England 8 – 5

Under 18 Singles – Dayne Van Kempen defeated 7 – 5 in Quarter Finals

Thanks to Kolbe Poole and the Girls in the UK for our Facebook updates – https://facebook.com/AEBF8Ball

2011 World Championships Blog

Renata Delahunty – Runner Up World 8Ball Ladies Singles 2011

South Australian player Renata Delahunty was defeated in the final of the Ladies singles by Emma Cunnigham 8 – 2, played at Blackpool, England on Tuesday July 5th

While Renata would be disappointed with not going all the way and winning the title, she can be very proud of the way she played the whole tournament and as captain and leader of the Ladies team who were defeated narrowly in the Ladies semi final match to eventual winners England, Renata you have made us all very proud and proud to be an Australian on your efforts

Ben Nunan cam also be very proud of his efforts in making the semi final of the Men's singles, losing to eventual winner Adam Davis 10 – 8 in his semi final match – A great effort Benny and like Renata we are proud to call you one of our own and no doubt you can both go further in the coming years and bring home the World title
2011 World Championships – Singles
Nunan and Delahunty through to the semi finals

Ben Nunan has booked a place in this years semi final against Adam Davies to earn a chance to make the final and win the coverted Mens World Singles Title, Nunan disposed of Lee Anderson in his quarter final match 9 – 6, Nunan has made his way through to the semi final defeating Josh Corkett 8 – 7 in his last 64 match followed by Morray Dolan 8 -6 and Clayton Attard 8 – 3

Renata Delahuny the Australian Women's Team Captain has also booked  a spot in the semi finals of the Ladies World Singles and will play Sharon Dickson who defeated the current World Singles Champion in Sue Thompson in her quarter final match, while the task will not be easy for Delahunty with Dickson knocking out the multiple World Champion in Thompson, Delahunty is a great chance to become the second Aussie to make the final and bring home a World Tilte – Go Renata

Renata won her last 64 match 6 – 0 against Ann Meadows, in her last 32 match she defeated fellow Australian player Kolbe Polle 6 – 4, then defeated Catherine Buckley 6 – 0  before beating World Single Runner Up Barbara Taylor 7 – 6

Good Luck from all in Aussie
World Championships 2011 – Over 50's Singles
World Championships Over 50's Singles Final 2011

Terry Bond from Victoria and the current Australian Masters Team Captain was narrowly defeated in the final of the 2011 World Over 50's World Title, played in Blackpool England on Friday July 1st the match went down to the second last frame with Terry narrowly being defeated 8 – 6 in the final, a great effort and from all at the AEBF and in Australia a job well done

Terry Bond
Australia Over 50's World Champions 2011

The Australian Over 50's team consisting of Terry Bond (Victoria), Shan Baker (Western Australia) and John Howson (Victoria) have won the 2011 World Over 50's (Masters) Title

Playing the England 'B' Team in the final the Aussies won 5 – 3, to view the results from all the Australian team matches, player stats and the final score sheet click here

The team manager was Cheryl Congram from Victoria and on behalf of all players and supporters well done guys – WORLD CHAMPIONS