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Bartaire, Bailey hoist Masters trophies at 7th QubicaAMF BPC Tour

Wendy Bartaire of France and Glen Bailey of England captured the women’s and men’s masters titles as the 2016 QubicaAMF Bowling Promotion Cup Tour came to an end at Silverbowl Beaucouze in Angers, France.

The seventh edition of the made-for-TV Tour was contested from Nov. 6-10 in three different cities in France.

From left, Glen Bailey, tournament director Bruno Bidone, and Gaétan Mouveroux.

The QBPC Tour kicked off at six-lane Bowling Skittle in Châteaubriant with the Team Challenge. Next was the Singles competition at Bowling Le Belem, a 12-laner in Dinan/Taden before the Tour capped off at 24-lane Silverbowl Beaucouze in Angers with Doubles and Masters.

Each stage of the QubicaAMF BPC Tour was aired on French television networks and on the internet free of charge.

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Bartaire (pictured), a member of the French women’s national squad, averaged 222.89 for 18 games in all-events (six qualifying games each in singles, doubles and masters) to earn the No. 2 seed in the women’s masters stepladder finals.

Bartaire, who also won the titles in singles and doubles, defeated her doubles partner and No. 1 seed, Samantha Hannan of England, in the title match, 237-217, to earn her third title. In the semi-final match, Bartaire tied Nicole Sanders, Netherlands, 237-237, and booked her spot in the finals with a strike in a one-ball roll-off, 10-7.

The men’s masters final between top-seeded Bailey (239.83 average) and second-seeded Gaétan Mouveroux of France was a strike-fest in which Bailey prevailed, 280-268, to take revenge after losing against Mouveroux the singles finale.

The four-day competition kicked off with the Team Challenge at Bowling Skittle in Châteaubriant. The event was played in Baker format where each player plays two frames per game. The lead off player bowls the first and sixth frame, the second player the second and seventh frame and so on.

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In the best-of-three games women’s match, Team Sirius (pictured; Mariana Meteksinova, Bulgaria; Alexandra Lopez D’Andrade, France; Sarah Essouffi, France; Nathalie Dhanis, Belgium; and Isabelle Chevet, France) rallied from a 1-0 deficit to defeat Team Vega (Amandine Richard, France; Nicole Sanders, Netherlands; Samantha Hannan, England; Wendy Bartaire, France; and Marine Lesourd, France), two-games-to-one.

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In the best-of-five games men’s match, Team Orion (pictured; Jonathan Lefevre, France; Gaetan Mouveroux, France; Geert-Jan van Baest, Netherlands; July Petrov, Bulgaria; and Alex Gaal, France) swept Team Mercury (Bruno Bidone, France; Glen Vansteenbrugge, Belgium; Ryan Vanderschueren, Belgium; Glen Bailey, England; and Renaud Honhon, Belgium), 3-0.

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In a friendly match between French national team members Wendy Bartaire, Sarah Essouffi and Alexandra Lopes D’Andrade (pictured) and Nicole Sanders, Samantha Hannan and Mariana Meteksinova, representing the international players, the players from the host country prevailed, 2-0.

Action then shifted to the singles at Bowling Le Belem in Dinan. After six individual games of qualifying, which also was the first block of qualifying for the Masters, top-seeded Mouveroux sealed the victory with a 245-223 win against No. 2 Bailey in the men’s title match.

On the women’s side, Bartaire, seeded first, flew past No. 2 Sanders, 247-195, to earn the title.

The Doubles qualifying at Silverbowl in Angers determined the seeding for the finals. The individual qualifying scores also counted towards the masters qualifying. Bailey and Glenn Vansteenbrugge of Belgium the men’s qualifying by a mile with 1444 and 1411 for a combined 237.92 average.

They held off Jonathan Lefevre of France and partner July Petrov of Bulgaria in the championship match, 221-200, to wrap up the title.

Hannan (1366) and Bartaire (1351) led the women’s qualifying to advance to the title match in which the defeated Bartaire’s team mates, Essouffi and Lopes D’Andrade, 225-202.

The third and last six-game qualifying round at Silverbowl Beaucouze in Angers determined the top 5 men and the top 5 women, who advanced to the Masters finals.

The 2016 QubicaAMF Bowling Promotion Cup Tour offered total prize money of 10.000 Euro, divided equally between men and women.

For more information on the Tour, including videos, interviews, and more please visit the official Website or find the BPC on Facebook and YouTube.

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2016 QubicaAMF Bowling Promotion Cup Tour – Men’s Masters Finals

Silverbowl Beaucouze in Angers, France (Nov. 10, 2016)

Championship Round:
1. Glen Bailey, England, 280 (1 game)
2. Gaétan Mouveroux, France, 472 (2 games)
3. Ryan Vanderschueren, Belgium, 632 (3 games)
4. Geert-Jan Van Baest, Netherlands, 214 (1 game)
5. Glenn Vansteenbrugge, Belgium, 201 (1 game)

Playoff Results:
Match 1: No. 5 Vanderschueren def. No. 4 Vansteenbrugge, 205-201
Match 2: Vanderschueren def. No. 3 Van Baest, 233-214
Match 3: No. 2 Mouveroux def. Vanderschueren, 204-194
Championship: No. 1 Bailey def. Mouveroux, 280-268.

2016 QubicaAMF BPC Tour – Men’s All-Events

Top 5 advance to Masters Finals

2016 QubicaAMF BPC Tour – Men’s Masters Qualifying Round 3/3

2016 QubicaAMF Bowling Promotion Cup Tour – Women’s Masters Finals

Silverbowl Beaucouze in Angers, France (Nov. 10, 2016)

Championship Round:
1. Wendy Bartaire, France, 474 (2 games)
2. Samantha Hannan, England, 217 (1 game)
3. Nicole Sanders, Netherlands, 680 (3 games)
4. Sarah Essouffi, France, 186 (1 game)
5. Alexandra Lopes D’Andrade, France, 201 (1 game)

Playoff Results:
Match 1: No. 4 Sanders def. No. 5 Lopes D’Andrade, 227-201
Match 2: Sanders def. No. 3 Essouffi, 216-186
Match 3: No. 2 Bartaire def. Sanders in roll-off, 10-7, after a 237-237 tie
Championship: Bartaire def. No. 1 Hannan 237-217.

2016 QubicaAMF BPC Tour – Women’s All-Events

Top 5 advance to Masters Finals

2016 QubicaAMF BPC Tour – Women’s Masters Qualifying Round 3/3

2016 QubicaAMF Bowling Promotion Cup Tour – Men’s Doubles Finals

Silverbowl Beaucouze in Angers, France (Nov. 10, 2016)

Championship Round:
1. Glen Bailey, England-Glenn Vansteenbrugge, Belgium, 221 (1 game)
2. Jonathan Lefevre, France-July Petrov, Bulgaria, 607 (3 games)
3. Geert-Jan Van Baest, Netherlands-Gaétan Mouveroux, France, 181 (1 game)
4. Ryan Vanderschueren, Belgium-Alex Gaal, France380 (2 games)
5. Renaud Honhon, Belgium-Ralph-Yves Genillard, Switzerland, 188 (1 game)

Playoff Results:
Match 1: No. 5 Vanderschueren-Gaal def. No. 4 Genillard-Honhon, 191-188
Match 2: No. 3 Petrov-Lefevre def. Vanderschueren-Gaal, 202-189
Match 3: Petrov-Lefevre def. No. 2 Van Baest-Mouveroux, 205-181
Championship: No. 1 Vansteenbrugge-Bailey def. Petrov-Lefevre, 221-200.

2016 QubicaAMF Bowling Promotion Cup Tour – Men’s Doubles Qualifying

Highest duo earns No. 1 seed for the Doubles Finals, second-highest duo earns No. 2 seed, and so on; Men’s Masters Qualifying Round 2/3

2016 QubicaAMF Bowling Promotion Cup Tour – Women’s Doubles Finals

Silverbowl Beaucouze in Angers, France (Nov. 10, 2016)

Championship Round:
1. Samantha Hannan, England-Wendy Bartaire, France, 225 (1 game)
2. Sarah Essouffi, France-Alexandra Lopes D’Andrade, France, 400 (2 games)
3. Nathalie Dhanis, Belgium-Mariana Meteksinova, Bulgaria, 613 (3 games)
4. Nicole Sanders, Netherlands-Marine Lesourd, France, 173 (1 game)
5. Isabelle Chevet, France-Amandine Richard, France, 181 (1 game)

Playoff Results:
Match 1: No. 4 Meteksinova-Dhanis def. No. 5 Chevet-Richard, 206-181
Match 2: Meteksinova-Dhanis def. No. 3 Lesourd-Sanders, 213-173
Match 3: No. 2 Essouffi-Lopes def. Meteksinova-Dhanis, 198-194
Championship: No. 1 Hannan-Bartaire def. Essouffi-Lopes, 225-202.

2016 QubicaAMF Bowling Promotion Cup Tour – Women’s Doubles Qualifying

Highest duo earns No. 1 seed for the Doubles Finals, second-highest duo earns No. 2 seed, and so on; Women’s Masters Qualifying Round 2/3

2016 QubicaAMF Bowling Promotion Cup Tour – Men’s Singles Finals

Bowling Le Belem in Dinan, France (Nov. 8, 2016)

Championship Round:
1. Gaétan Mouveroux, France, 245 (1 game)
2. Glen Bailey, England<, 440 (2 games)br>
3. Ryan Vanderschueren, Belgiumm, 622 (3 games)
4, Renaud Honhon, Belgium, 178 (1 game)
5. Geert-Jan Van Baest, Netherlands, 184 (1 game)

Playoff Results:
Match 1: Mo. 5 Vanderschueren def. No. 4 Van Baest, 202-184
Match 2: Vanderschueren def. No. 3 Honhon, 217-178
Match 3: No. 2 Bailey def. Vanderschueren, 217-203
Championship: No. 1 Mouveroux def. Bailey, 245-223.

2016 QubicaAMF Bowling Promotion Cup Tour – Men’s Singles Qualifying

Top 5 advance to Singles Finals; Men’s Masters Qualifying Round 1/3

2016 QubicaAMF Bowling Promotion Cup Tour – Women’s Singles Finals

Bowling Le Belem in Dinan, France (Nov. 8, 2016)

Championship Round:
1. Wendy Bartaire, France, 247 (1 game)
2. Nicole Sanders, Netherlands, 386 (2 games)
3. Samantha Hannan, England, 597 (3 games)
4. Alexandra Lopes D’andrade, France, 213 (1 game)
5. Sarah Essouffi, France, 208 (1 game)

Playoff Results:
Match 1: No. 4 Hannan def. No. 5 Essouffi, 210-208
Match 2: Hannan def. No. 3 Lopes d’Andrade, 228-213
Match 3: No. 2 Sanders def. Hannan, 191-159
Championship: No. 1 Bartaire def. Sanders, 247-195.

2016 QubicaAMF Bowling Promotion Cup Tour – Women’s Singles Qualifying

Top 5 advance to Singles Finals; Women’s Masters Qualifying Round 1/3

2016 QubicaAMF Bowling Promotion Cup Tour – Team Results

Bowling Skittle in Châteaubriant, France (Nov. 7, 2016); Baker system, men best-of-five games, women best-of-three games format.

Women’s Team Challenge:
Team Sirius (Mariana Meteksinova, Bulgaria; Alexandra Lopez D’Andrade, France; Sarah Essouffi, France; Nathalie Dhanis, Belgium; and Isabelle Chevet, France) def.
Team Vega (Amandine Richard, France; Nicole Sanders, Netherlands; Samantha Hannan, England; Wendy Bartaire, France; and Marine Lesourd, France), 2-1
(163-170, 189-153, 205-146)

Men’s Team Challenge:
Team Orion (Jonathan Lefevre, France; Gaetan Mouveroux, France; Geert-Jan van Baest, Netherlands; July Petrov, Bulgaria; and Alex Gaal, France) def.
Team Mercury (Bruno Bidone, France; Glen Vansteenbrugge, Belgium; Ryan Vanderschueren, Belgium; Glen Bailey, England; and Renaud Honhon, Belgium), 3-0
(190-164, 202-155, 184-180)

France vs. Europe (friendly match):
French Women’s Team (Wendy Bartaire, Sarah Essouffi and Alexandra Lopes d’Andrade) def.
International Team Nicole Sanders, Netherlands; Samantha Hannan, England, and Mariana Meteksinova, Bulgaria), 2-0
(179-174, 201-190)

2016 QubicaAMF Bowling Promotion Cup Tour – Prize Fund

Men’s Prize Fund (5.000 Euro):
1. Glen Bailey, England, 1.525 Euro
2. Gaétan Mouveroux, France, 1.100 Euro
3. Glenn Vansteenbrugge, Belgium, 575 Euro
4. Geert-Jan Van Baest, Netherlands, 450 Euro
5. Ryan Vanderschueren, Belgium, 350 Euro
6. Jonathan Lefevre, France, 275 Euro
7. July Petrov, Bulgaria, 275 Euro
8. Renaud Honhon, Belgium, 200 Euro
9. Alex Gaal, France, 150 Euro
10. Bruno Bidone, Monaco, 50 Euro
11. Ralph-Yves Genillard, Switzerland, 50 Euro

Women’s Prize Fund (5.000 Euro):
1. Wendy Bartaire, France, 1.575 Euro
2. Samantha Hannan, England, 1.125 Euro
3. Nicole Sanders, Netherlands, 550 Euro
4. Sarah Essouffi, France, 525 Euro
5. Alexandra Lopes D’Andrade, France, 475 Euro
6. Nathalie Dhanis, Belgium, 200 Euro
7. Mariana Meteksinova, Bulgaria, 200 Euro
8. Isabelle Chevet, France, 150 Euro
9. Marine Lesourd, France, 100 Euro
10. Amandine Richard, France, 100 Euro

Author: Herbert Bickel
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