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2017 EBT Women’s Point Ranking after Lucky Larsen Masters

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With 69 women competing in the Lucky Larsen Masters in Malmö, the leaderboard of the women’s European Bowling Tour ranking got a whole new look. The Wegner sisters from Sweden, Jenny (pictured) and Cajsa, sit atop the leaderboard with 587 and 453 points, respectively.

Ballmaster Open winner Daphne Tan of Singapore, the only woman in the top 8 who did not compete in Malmö, slipped to third place with 450. She is followed by five players, who all earned points, including Ida Andersson (SWE), Maxime De Rooij (GER), Britt Brøndsted (DEN) and Sanna Pasanen (FIN), who led the ranking in Malmö, as well as Joline Persson Planefors (SWE), who currently holds the last place to advance to the Masters.

The 2017 European Bowling Tour features 11 tournaments in 9 countries including two “Platinum” events, two “Gold”, one “Silver”, three “Bronze” and three “Satellite” events, which offer total prize fund of roughly 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 11th EBT Masters February 12, 2018 in Tilburg, Netherlands.

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Players with position, country and ranking points

1. Britt Brøndsted, Denmark, 200
2. Sanna Pasanen, Finland, 160
3. Diana Zavjalova, Latvia, 140
4. Nina Flack, Sweden, 120
5. Victoria Johansson, Sweden, 100
6. Sandra Andersson, Sweden, 96
7. Sandra Gongora, Mexico, 92
8. Danielle McEwan, United States, 88
9. Joline Persson Planefors, Sweden, 84
10. Eliisa Hiltunen, Finland, 80
11. Ida Andersson, Sweden, 60
12. Isabelle Hultin, Sweden, 60
13. Annie Thorell, Sweden, 56
14. Rikke Agerbo, Denmark, 56
15. Jenny Wegner, Sweden, 52
16. Maxime De Rooij, Germany, 52
17. Cajsa Wegner, Sweden, 48
18. Caitlin Gales Dicay, Denmark, 48
19. Anggie Ramirez, Colombia, 44
20. Hanna Engberg, Sweden, 44
21. Anna Andersson, Sweden, 32
22. Josefine Linderoth, Sweden, 32
23. Amanda Gadd, Sweden, 32
24. Anneli Blomqvist, Sweden, 32
25. Alida Molander, Sweden, 32
26. Wendy Bartaire Jimenez, France, 24
27. Megan Dicay, Denmark, 24
28. Lisa Lindell, Sweden, 24
29. Maria Franciska Stampe, Denmark, 24
30. Malin Johansson, Sweden, 24
31. Mika Guldbaek, Denmark, 16
32. Mathilda Tidbeck, Sweden, 16
33. Christel Carlsson, Sweden, 16
34. Åsa Carlsson, Sweden, 16
35. Eva Jönsson, Sweden, 16
36. Maria Koshel, Russia, 12
37. Viktoria Nilsson, Sweden, 12
38. Sofia Myllymäki, Sweden, 12
39. Lina Hamberg, Sweden, 12
40. Linnea Rundgren, Sweden, 12
41. Sara Almqvist, Sweden, 8
42. Filippa Persson, Sweden, 8
43. Linda Jönsson, Sweden, 8
44. Ottilia Gunnarsson, Sweden, 8
45. Frida Sethsson, Sweden, 8
46. Hanna Olsson, Sweden, 4
47. Cecilie Kaehne Pedersen, Denmark, 4
48. Jenny Karlsson, Sweden, 4
49. Celine Larsen, Norway, 4
50. Amelie Holgersson, Sweden, 4

2017 EBT Women’s Point Ranking – Standings after Malmö (EBT #8/11)

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

Herbert Bickel