eurocup2009


EEC         

14th Carrom Euro Cup in Rome, Itlay

June 10  to 14, 2010

Authority:  European Carrom Confederation

Host: Italian Carrom Federation

                                                                  

13th Carrom Euro Cup in Switzerland

a grand success

(We thank the Italian Carrom Federation for the 13th Euro Cup photos - Editor)

 




Karnal Abdin of UK is agian European Carrom Champion.
 During the 13th Carrom Euro Cup 2009 at Lenk, Switzerland, Karnal Abdin successfully defended his European Title, by winning all 12 matches plus beating Jonathan Leau of France in Final by 25:01, 25:12. Jonathan Leau  and Fabian Pereira (both France) came on second and third places. A total number of 84 players participated in Singles Event, which was conducted with Swiss System of 8 boards or 25 points (whichever is first) based on 2 winning points plus Bucholz points and Coins difference.

The doubles event was won by Fabian Pereira and his 12 year old partner Radjou Venou of France, who surprised by winning the final beating Murshad Khan and Ala Miah of UK, who came on second place. Steffen Eder and Jan Geister of Germany came on third place.

The UK Team also defended the Teams Championship title beating all other countries. France came on second place, while Germany on third place. Germany, Italy and Switzerland had 18 points each, but the coins difference was in favour of Germany. Poland (which participated with full team for the first time) came on 6th place behind Switzerland. Poland scored 6 points.

Best woman player  was Elisa Martinelli of Italy.

Arif Naqvi and Roger Meyer were the Chief Referees, while the final matches were conducted by Claudio Motta of Italy.

Earlier on 10th July the 13th Carrom Euro Cup, under the auspices of the European Carrom Confederation, was inaugurated by ECC president Arif Naqvi (who is also ICF president) at Lenk in Simmenthal, Switzerland, surrounded by beautiful mountains. Naqvi appreciated the excellent arrangements made by the Swiss Carrom Association and also praised the rising standard of Carrom in Europe and welcomed some new countries willing to join ECC. Speaking on behalf of the host country Roger Meyer welcomed the participants and thanked the ECC and other federations for their support.

Also in the prize distribution ceremony on 12th evening, ECC president Arif Naqvi praised the arrangements and claimed that the 13th Euro Cup was a great success and the excellent performances of the players in 13th Euro Cup  will also reflect in the Carrom World Cup in 2010 in USA.
Roger Meyer of Switzerland thanked all participants and sponsors for their support.

During the meeting of the Board of Management of the European Carrom Confederation, during the Euro Cup, it was decided to send Greetings to the participants of the SAARC Countries Championship in Mumbai and Asian Carrom Championsip in Pune in August this year. It is hoped that the Asian players who have always been inspiring the players all over the world will have excellent performances during these championship and continue raising the prestigue of Carrom.
The 14th Carrom Euro Cup in 2010 was allotted to Italy and the 15th Euro Cup in 2011 to France. The Polsih Carrom Association which officially joined the ECC offered to host a Eurocup tournament in Poland in coming years.





Results of 13th Carrom Euro Cup:

Teams Championship

Rang Nation   Wins Coins
1. England 36 306
2. Frankreich Frankreich 24 109
3. Deutschland Deutschland 18 -3
4. Italien Italien 18 -20
5. Schweiz Schweiz 18 -69
6. Polen Schweiz 8 -323


Doubles Championship

1. Fabian Pereira + Radjou Venou Frankreich 10 50 52
2. Murshad Khan + Ala Miah England 10 41 63
3. Steffen Eder + Jan Geister Deutschland 10 40 31
4. A Rahman Khan + Abdul Malik England 10 39 102
5. Stefano Stucchi + Amitha Ubhayathunga Italien 8 44 35
6. Gabriele Pellegatta + Paolo Ometto Italien 8 43 10
7. Anders Illi + Mervin Kalinga Schweiz 8 35 22
8. Andreas Hurtig + Abdullah Nauandish Deutschland 8 34 31
9. Rajesh Chilveri + Abdul Khan England 7 47 32
10. Elisa Zucchiatti + Sriyantha Weerasinghe Italien 7 47 12
11. Shuab Ahmed + Anhar Ali England 6 44 13
12. Giorgio Balicchi + Vittorio Canisi Italien 6 40 10
13. Bernhard Sander + Frank Fehr Deutschland 6 38 -2
14. Fabien Vicart + Kevin Seiger Frankreich 6 37 -24
15. Nitesh Sinha + Ajay Pal Frankreich 6 34 4
16. Kurt Scherrer + Stefan Eigenmann Schweiz 6 30 -8
17. Gunter Seibert + Ingo Frauenrath Deutschland 6 29 6
18. Rolf Schmid + Robert Durrer Schweiz 6 24 -26
19. Harvey Gomes + Azir Uddin England 4 42 -39
20. Stefano Fabiano + Riccardo Maurizi Italien 4 36 -10
21. Stéphane Cano + Norbert Mothe Frankreich 4 36 -33
22. Armin Schneider + Uwe Schneider Deutschland 4 34 -25
23. Jalal Ahmed + Ahad Miah England 4 32 4
24. Marcel Egli + Barbara Thomas Schweiz 4 28 -31
25. Fabio Tomasi + Andrea Croci Italien 4 26 -50
26. Armin Steiner + Hans Faller Deutschland 4 24 -18
27. Jonas Hürlimann + Noam Mayer Schweiz 2 26 -42
28. Walter Buchmann + Riz Careem Schweiz 0 28 -119





(Note: Four players from each country, who were members of their national teams did not take part in Doubles.

The Doubles Event and Team Event took place at the same time on final day.)

Singles Event

Champion: Karnal Abedin, U.K.

Runner-up: Jonathan Leau, France

Third: Fabian Pereira, France

Ranking Playerr Nation Winning Pt. Bucholzpt. Coins Pt.
1. Karnal Abdin England 24 186 242
2. Jonathan Leau Frankreich 20 188 148
3. Fabian Pereira Frankreich 18 195 110
4. Amitha Ubhayathunga Italien 18 181 66
5. Abdul Malik England 18 179 117
6. Sriyantha Weerasinghe Italien 16 194 24
7. Nazrul Islam England 16 190 42
8. Pierre Dubois Frankreich 16 187 108
9. Mouraly Venou Frankreich 16 184 99
10. Heiko Wurst Deutschland 16 177 65
11. Abdul Wahid England 16 176 95
12. Thomas Scheuerl Deutschland 16 172 71
13. Gianluca Cristiani Italien 16 168 75
14. Kevin Seiger Frankreich 16 153 44
15. Cornel D'Silva Frankreich 16 151 83
16. Steeve Collard Frankreich 16 144 62
17. Carlito Bollin Schweiz 15 165 99
18. Mervin Kalinga Schweiz 14 172 10
19. Shuab Ahmed England 14 171 56
20. Lorenzo Hürlimann Schweiz 14 171 30
21. A Rahman Khan England 14 168 48
22. Claudio Motta Italien 14 165 57
23. Murshad Khan England 14 162 53
24. Rajesh Chilveri England 14 160 42
25. Radjou Venou Frankreich 14 160 38
26. Anders Illi Schweiz 14 158 37
27. Tobias Krüger Deutschland 14 158 22
28. Marcel Egli Schweiz 14 158 5
29. Ish Kumer Gupta England 14 155 58
30. Abdul Khan England 14 155 -1
31. Vittorio Canisi Italien 14 148 20
32. Rafi Dewangso Schweiz 14 144 31
33. Wolfgang Peter Deutschland 12 180 5
34. Stefano Stucchi Italien 12 164 15
35. Andreas Hurtig Deutschland 12 157 3
36. Paolo Martinelli Italien 12 152 6
37. Ingo Frauenrath Deutschland 12 150 -22
38. Gabriele Pellegatta Italien 12 150 -42
39. Alfred Rajadurai Frankreich 12 144 34
40. Armin Steiner Deutschland 12 144 -11
41. Nitesh Sinha Deutschland 12 143 -40
42. Francesco Pedicini Italien 12 140 -17
43. Stefan Eigenmann Schweiz 12 139 -10
44. Ala Miah England 12 138 67
45. Jonas Hürlimann Schweiz 12 138 -1
46. Patrice Dumas Frankreich 12 137 -60
47. Elisa Zucchiatti Italien 12 134 29
48. Bernhard Sander Deutschland 12 134 -13
49. Jalal Ahmed England 12 134 -19
50. Steffen Eder Deutschland 12 134 -64
51. Ahad Miah England 11 161 -66
52. Viktor Baumgartner Schweiz 10 160 -38
53. Jan Geister Deutschland 10 152 -32
54. Stéphane Cano Frankreich 10 140 -36
55. Anhar Ali England 10 136 28
56. Gunter Seibert Deutschland 10 132 -1
57. Armin Schneider Deutschland 10 132 -2
58. Stefano Fabiano Italien 10 132 -63
59. Giorgio Balicchi Italien 10 131 -42
60. Riccardo Maurizi Italien 10 128 5
61. Norbert Mothe Frankreich 10 127 -29
62. Jakub Nowakowski Frankreich 10 124 -5
63. Paolo Ometto Italien 10 123 15
64. Harvey Gomes England 10 121 -18
65. Sylwester Pogorzelski England 10 121 -78
66. Andrea Croci Italien 10 120 -1
67. Frank Fehr Deutschland 10 118 -36
68. Walter Buchmann Schweiz 10 118 -54
69. Rolf Schmid Schweiz 10 117 -38
70. Fabio Tomasi Italien 10 110 -17
71. Hans Faller Deutschland 10 102 -18
72. Abdullah Nauandish Deutschland 8 136 -19
73. Kurt Scherrer Schweiz 8 127 -36
74. Fabien Vicart Frankreich 8 121 -39
75. Uwe Schneider Deutschland 8 121 -44
76. Robert Durrer Schweiz 8 115 -72
77. Ajay Pal Schweiz 8 97 -113
78. Riz Careem Schweiz 8 94 -86
79. Noam Mayer Schweiz 7 87 -128
80. Michael Helbling Schweiz 6 100 -123
81. Azir Uddin England 6 99 -109
82. Barbara Thomas Schweiz 4 98 -153
83. Cezary Kubicki Schweiz 3 89 -205
84. Laura Zava Italien 0 100 -263

13th EUROCUP LENK SWITZERLAND JULY 2009


(Thanks to Italian Carrom Federation for the following photos of Euro Cup 2009)

Kuspo the great Eurocup venu

Pedicini & Croci pracricing





Relaxing outsi


Stucci & Frien

Carlito and others trying out new skill



Gunter vs Riz


Frank vs Rolf


Jakub vs Jan



Laura vs Barbara





Players checking the score board


The final - Karnal Abdin vs Jonathan Leau


Team event - Italy vs Switzerland, Germany vs France


UK vs Poland





Elisa & Paolo enjoyong the beautiful mountains


Roger with the prizes


Prize giving ceremony


3rd place France


UK Team - the winners


Jan & Steffen from Germany 3rd place Doubles




Murshad Khan & Ala Miah runners up


Fabian Pereira and Radjou Venou 1st place Doubles


Elisa best woman player


The winners - Karnal. Jonathan and Fabian



Swiss organizers relaxing after the successful weekend




London, 31st July - 3rd. August 2008 

Final match between Karnal Abdin and Sunahar Ali

 

 


 

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