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2018 EBT Men’s Point Ranking after Brunswick Euro Challenge

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Though Anthony Simonsen, United States, was denied back-to-back European Bowling Tour titles and his fourth PBA title by Jenny Wegner of Sweden, the two-handed right-hander from Austin, Texas, took over the lead in the 2018 EBT men’s point ranking.

Simonsen (pictured right and above), who fell to Wegner in the title tilt of the Brunswick Euro Challenge, 213-219, won the men’s ranking for the second consecutive tournament after his victory in the 30th Irish Open Championships in January.

While Simonsen received only 50 points in Ireland as the Irish Open was an EBT “satellite” level tournament, the lowest of five EBT tournament categories (platinum, gold, silver, bronze and satellite), he got 250 points in Munich to leap from third to fourth place in the rankings. Simonsen, who has cashed points in all four events this season so far, has accumulated 469 points.

He pushed back Jesper Svensson (left) of Sweden (390 points) and Rafiq Ismail (right) of Malaysia (370) to second and third place, respectively. Kimmo Lehtonen of Finland remained in fourth place with 220 points.

Yannaphon Larp-apharat (left) of Thailand and Stuart Williams (below right) of England used second and third places finishes in the men’s standings to leap into fifth and sixth place with 200 and 175 points, resp.

Adrian Ang (below left) of Malaysia leaped into seventh place with 167 points, while Bill O’Neill, United States, who did not compete in Munich, dropped from fifth to eighth place with 160 points. The top 8 at the end of the season will qualify for the season-ending EBT Masters.

The fifth tournament of the 2018 European Bowling Tour season, the Hammer Bronzen Schietspoel Tournament 2018, a “silver” level event, will run from April 15-22 at Dolfijn Bowling Tilburg in Tilburg, Netherlands.

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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Brunswick Euro Challenge 2018 (Platinum) – Men’s Ranking

Players with position, country and ranking points

1. Anthony Simonsen, United States, 250
2. Yannaphon Larp-apharat, Thailand, 200
3. Stuart Williams, England, 175
4. David Simard, Canada, 150
5. Kyle Troup, United States, 125
6. Jesper Svensson, Sweden, 120
7. Adrian Ang, Malaysia, 115
8. Rafiq Ismail, Malaysia, 110
9. Andrew Anderson, United States, 105
10. Kim Bolleby, Thailand, 100
11. Annop Arromsaranon, Thailand, 75
12. Jaroslav Lorenc, Czech Republic, 75
13. Emil Ågren, Sweden, 70
14. Shawn Maldonado, United States, 70
15. Syafiq Ridhwan, Malaysia, 65
16. Timmy Tan, Malaysia, 65
17. Darren Tang, United States, 60
18. Wicky Yeung, Hong Kong, 60
19. Hassan Alshaikh, Saudi Arabia, 55
20. Jimmy Mortensen, Denmark, 55
21. Patrick Weichert, Germany, 40
22. Sean Rash, United States, 40
23. Francois Louw, South Africa, 40
24. Jason Sterner, United States, 40
25. John Wells, England, 40
26. Niko Oksanen, Finland, 30
27. Dom Barrett, England, 30
28. Oliver Morig, Germany, 30
29. Jamie McDermott, Germany, 30
30. Richard Teece, England, 30
31. Manuel Otalora, Colombia, 20
32. Kimmo Lehtonen, Finland, 20
33. Raymond Teece, England, 20
34. Nathan Ruest-Lajoie, Canada, 20
35. Karl Wahlgren, Sweden, 20
36. Markus Jansson, Sweden, 15
37. Thomas Larsen, Denmark, 15
38. Tobias Börding, Germany, 15
39. Rasmus Edvall, Sweden, 15
40. Lau Kwun Ho, Hong Kong, 15
41. Christoph Schurian, Germany, 10
42. Christopher Sloan, Ireland, 10
43. Timo Schroeder, Germany, 10
44. Andres Juliusson, Iceland, 10
45. Surasak Manuwong, Thailand, 10
46. Moued Saad Alqahtani, Saudi Arabia, 5
47. Glenn Morten Pedersen, Norway, 5
48. Martin Paulsson, Sweden, 5
49. William Svensson, Sweden, 5
50. Carsten Warming Hansen, Denmark, 5

2018 EBT Men’s Point Ranking – Standings after Munich (EBT #4/13)

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

Author: Herbert Bickel
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