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2018 EBT Men’s Point Ranking after Rome Open All4bowling


There were no changes in the top 8 of the European Bowling Tour men’s point ranking this week. Anthony Simonsen, United States, continued to lead the annual rankings after 11 out of 12 events this season with 594 total points.

2017 point leader Carsten Warming Hansen of Denmark was the lone top 10 bowler in the Rome Open All4bowling earning 20 points in the EBT “satellite” event, the lowest of five EBT tournament categories (platinum, gold, silver, bronze and satellite). Hansen remained in fifth place with 421 points.

Oliver Morig (featured photo) of Germany received 50 points for his victory in Rome to leap into 42nd place with 113.

Simonsen (right), a two-handed right-hander, who owns four Professional Bowlers Association titles along with one EBT title (30th Irish Open Championships) and Jesper Svensson of Sweden are the only players who have a chance to win the 2018 men’s ranking.

Svensson, a two-handed lefty who owns eight EBT and seven PBA titles, is 57 points behind Simonsen in second place with 537. If Svensson would compete in the season-ending Norwegian Open 2018 by Brunswick and Simonsen wouldn’t, the Swede needs to finish in the top 4 to overtake the American.

If both would compete, Simonsen needs to finish eighth (44 points) or higher to shut out Svensson. As none of the two has registered for the event so far, Simonsen would become the 2018 men’s point ranking winner and Svensson, who led the ranking in 2015, could not fall lower than third.

Rounding out the top 8 who will qualify for the EBT Masters in 2019 are 3. Thomas Larsen (right), Denmark (439), 4. Pontus Andersson (left), Sweden (438), 6. Kyle Troup, United States (375), 7. Rafiq Ismail, Malaysia (370) and 8. Christopher Sloan, Ireland (354).

The 2018 European Bowling Tour concludes with the Norwegian Open 2018 by Brunswick, an EBT “bronze” tournament, which will be held October 5-14 at Lucky Bowl Veitvet in Oslo, Norway. BowlingDigital will provide onsite coverage of the event commencing Thursday, Oct. 11, all the way through to the finals on Sunday, Oct 14.

The 2018 European Bowling Tour features 12 tournaments in 10 countries including two “platinum”, two “gold”, three “silver”, two “bronze” and three “satellite” events, which will offer total prize fund of roughly 625.000 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 4, 2019 during the VII Brunswick Madrid Challenge at Bowling Chamartín in Madrid, Spain.

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Rome Open All4bowling (Satellite) – Men’s Ranking

Players with position, country and ranking points

1. Oliver Morig, Germany, 50
2. Piearpaolo De Filippi, Italy, 40
3. Oleksander Nechypaiev, Ukraine, 35
4. Gaëtan Mouveroux, France, 30
5. Rob Thurlby, England, 25
6. Antonino Fiorentino, Italy, 24
7. Alessandro Di Martino, Italy, 23
8. Alessandro Santu, Italy, 22
9. Stavros Parasakis, Greece, 21
10. Carsten Warming Hansen, Denmark, 20
11. Ramon Hilferink, Netherlands, 15
12. Julien Sermand, France, 15
13. Andrea Moro, Italy, 14
14. Vasilis Stefopoulos, Greece, 14
15. Tommaso Radi, Italy, 13
16. Giannis Stathatos, Greece, 13
17. Ricky Diaz, Italy, 12
18. Mauro Anastasi, Malta, 12
19. Andrea Spadavecchia, Italy, 11
20. Ardemio Chiarvesio, Italy, 11
21. Manuel Pflügl, Germany, 8
22. Andrea Minarelli, Italy, 8
23. Luca Osella, Italy, 8
24. Nicola Pongolini, Italy, 8
25. Francesco Gaetano, Italy, 8
26. Marek Talpa, Czech Republic, 6
27. Gianni Cusumano, Italy, 6
28. PierFrancesco Franchini, Italy, 6
29. Andrii Shovkun, Ukraine, 6
30. Salvatore Lanzafame, Italy, 6
31. Paolo Ramondini, Italy, 4
32. Giacomo Buonanno, Italy, 4
33. Georgos Stefanidis, Greece, 4
34. Claude Escarguel, France, 4
35. Antonio Maddaloni, Italy, 4
36. Glen Richardson, England, 3
37. Gabriele Cerini, Italy, 3
38. Neil Sullivan, Malta, 3
39. Alessandro Gamberini, Italy, 3
40. Massimo Branchesi, Italy, 3
41. Luca Micciche, Italy, 2
42. Gennaro Varchetta, Italy, 2
43. Mark Jonasdofsky, Germany, 2
44. Jamie Elliott, England, 2
45. Giusto La Mattina, Italy, 2
46. Aidan Byrne, Ireland, 1
47. Stefano Sciascia, Italy, 1
48. Mark Jacobs, Netherlands, 1
49. Craig Barrett, England, 1
50. Francesco Sciascia, Italy, 1

2018 EBT Men’s Point Ranking – Standings after Rome (EBT #11/12)

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

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