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2018 EBT Men’s Point Ranking after AIK International Tournament

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2015 European Bowling Tour men’s point ranking leader Jesper Svensson of Sweden took the lead in the 2018 ranking after finishing second in the 38th AIK International Tournament, powered by Track, Sunday, January 7 at Bowl-O-Rama in Stockholm, Sweden.

The 22-year-old two-handed lefty, who was targeting his 9th European Bowling Tour title, lost in the title match of the EBT “silver” level tournament against Bernice Lim of Singapore, 240 (including handicap) to 233.

Silver is the third-highest of five EBT tournament categories (platinum, gold, silver, bronze and satellite). Svensson, who also owns seven Professional Bowlers Association titles, leads the men’s ranking with 150 points.

There were six Swedish bowlers among the top 8, with Malaysia’s Rafiq Ismail in second place, worth 120 points, and Anthony Simonsen, United States, in seventh place at 69 points.

The second tournament of the 2018 European Bowling Tour season, the 48th Brunswick Ballmaster Open
, a “gold” level event, got already underway last week at Tali Bowling Center in Helsinki, Finland, and will conclude on Sunday, January 14.

The 2018 European Bowling Tour features 13 tournaments in 10 countries including two “platinum”, two “gold”, three “silver”, three “bronze” and three “satellite” events, which will offer total prize fund of more than 560.000 Euro.

The top 50 men and the top 50 women in each event receive ranking points. Those points will be tabulated throughout the season to determine the top 8 men and top 8 women, who will be eligible to compete in the 12th EBT Masters July 8, 2019 at Bowling Chamartín in Madrid, Spain.

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Players with position, country and ranking points

1. Jesper Svensson, Sweden, 150
2. Rafiq Ismail, Malaysia, 120
3. Niclas Lindholm, Sweden, 105
4. Filip Wilhelmsson, Sweden, 90
5. Markus Jansson, Sweden, 75
6. Richard Dahllöf, Sweden, 72
7. Anthony Simonsen, United States, 69
8. James Gruffman, Sweden, 66
9. Osku Palermaa, Finland, 63
10. Alfred Berggren, Sweden, 60
11. Pontus Andersson, Sweden, 45
12. Rasmus Edvall, Sweden, 45
13. Francois Louw, South Africa, 42
14. Dominic Barrett, England, 42
15. Emanuel Jonsson, Sweden, 39
16. Thomas Larsen, Denmark, 39
17. Richard Teece, England, 36
18. Adrian Ang, Malaysia, 36
19. Hadley Morgan, England, 33
20. Oliver Dahlgren, Sweden, 33
21. Karl Wahlgren, Sweden, 24
22. Peter Hellström, Sweden, 24
23. Mattias Olsson, Sweden, 24
24. Ray Teece, England, 24
25. Andreas Jonsson, Sweden, 24
26. Daniel Fransson, Sweden, 18
27. Kim Bolleby, Thailand, 18
28. Eric Sjöberg, Sweden, 18
29. Kevin Lindbladh, Sweden, 18
30. Peter Nordenson, Sweden, 18
31. Ian Robinson, Sweden, 12
32. Francois Lavoie, Canada, 12
33. Syafiq Ridhwan, Malaysia, 12
34. Joakim Biehl, Sweden, 12
35. Kristoffer Persson, Sweden, 12
36. Björn Lindqvist, Sweden, 9
37. Vasilis Stefopoulos, Greece, 9
38. Michael Andersson, Sweden, 9
39. Dennis Eklund, Sweden, 9
40. Jesse Kallio, Finland, 9
41. Juuso Tiainen, Finland, 6
42. Jeroen Van Geel, Netherlands, 6
43. Michael Ahlqvist, Sweden, 6
44. Emil Ågren, Sweden, 6
45. Ahmad Muaz, Malaysia, 6
46. William Svensson, Sweden, 3
47. Anton Ahlgren, Sweden, 3
48. Jerry Ekman-Wogel, Sweden, 3
49. Alex Liew, Malaysia, 3
50. Jonas Dammen, Sweden, 3

2018 EBT Men’s Point Ranking – Standings after Stockholm (EBT #1/13)

Players with country, ranking point total and number of top 50 finishes

1. Jesper Svensson, Sweden, 150
2. Rafiq Ismail, Malaysia, 120
3. Niclas Lindholm, Sweden, 105
4. Filip Wilhelmsson, Sweden, 90
5. Markus Jansson, Sweden, 75
6. Richard Dahllöf, Sweden, 72
7. Anthony Simonsen, United States, 69
8. James Gruffman, Sweden, 66
9. Osku Palermaa, Finland, 63
10. Alfred Berggren, Sweden, 60
11. Pontus Andersson, Sweden, 45
12. Rasmus Edvall, Sweden, 45
13. Francois Louw, South Africa, 42
14. Dominic Barrett, England, 42
15. Emanuel Jonsson, Sweden, 39
16. Thomas Larsen, Denmark, 39
17. Richard Teece, England, 36
18. Adrian Ang, Malaysia, 36
19. Hadley Morgan, England, 33
20. Oliver Dahlgren, Sweden, 33
21. Karl Wahlgren, Sweden, 24
22. Peter Hellström, Sweden, 24
23. Mattias Olsson, Sweden, 24
24. Ray Teece, England, 24
25. Andreas Jonsson, Sweden, 24
26. Daniel Fransson, Sweden, 18
27. Kim Bolleby, Thailand, 18
28. Eric Sjöberg, Sweden, 18
29. Kevin Lindbladh, Sweden, 18
30. Peter Nordenson, Sweden, 18
31. Ian Robinson, Sweden, 12
32. Francois Lavoie, Canada, 12
33. Syafiq Ridhwan, Malaysia, 12
34. Joakim Biehl, Sweden, 12
35. Kristoffer Persson, Sweden, 12
36. Björn Lindqvist, Sweden, 9
37. Vasilis Stefopoulos, Greece, 9
38. Michael Andersson, Sweden, 9
39. Dennis Eklund, Sweden, 9
40. Jesse Kallio, Finland, 9
41. Juuso Tiainen, Finland, 6
42. Jeroen Van Geel, Netherlands, 6
43. Michael Ahlqvist, Sweden, 6
44. Emil Ågren, Sweden, 6
45. Ahmad Muaz, Malaysia, 6
46. William Svensson, Sweden, 3
47. Anton Ahlgren, Sweden, 3
48. Jerry Ekman-Wogel, Sweden, 3
49. Alex Liew, Malaysia, 3
50. Jonas Dammen, Sweden, 3

Author: Herbert Bickel
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