Dominic Barrett moves into second place in EBT men's ranking after Wroclaw Open

    02/22/10

    2010 European Bowling Rankings

    Diana Zavjalova surges into the top 10 in EBT women's ranking

    2009EBT14DominicBarrett2.jpgAfter winning his third career European Bowling Tour title in the 4th International Wroclaw Open by Hammer, Dominic Barrett (pictured left), England, is in a familiar place on the EBT men's ranking.

    Barrett, who finished second in the rankings in the past two years, leaped one spot into second place with 245 ranking points. The Englishman is sandwiched between PBA stars Mika Koivuniemi (250), Finland, and Parker Bohn III (200), United States, in first and third place, respectively.

    Barrett is one of just two players, who have cashed ranking points in all three EBT events this season (Helsinki, Tilburg, Wroclaw). 16th placed Mikael Kanold, Sweden, who fell to Barrett in the semifinal in Wroclaw, is the other.

    2009BWCDianaZavjalova3.jpgDiana Zavjalova (right), Latvia, was the best of only eight women in the Wroclaw Open in 14th place en route to surge into the top 10 in the women's rankings. Zavjalova earned 50 ranking points to overtake 10th place with 102 points. The Latvian is the sole woman, who has earned ranking points in all three events thus far.

    Cherie Tan (250 points), Singapore, Nina Manninen (200), Finland, and Joline Persson Planefors (175), Sweden, remained atop the leaderboard due to their 1-3 finish in the Brunswick Ballmaster Open, one of two EBT Platinum tournaments this season.

    Platinum is the highest of the four EBT tournament categories. The winner of a Platinum tournament receives 250 ranking points, the winner of a Gold tournament gets 150, the winner of a Silver tournament gets 100, and the winner of a Satellite tournament, such as the Wroclaw Open, gets 50 ranking points.

    The top 50 men and the top 50 women in each of the 21 tournaments of the 2010 European Bowling Tour will cash ranking points no matter from which country or WTBA Zone (Europe, Asia, America) he or she comes.

    The top 16 men and the top 16 women at the end of the 2010 EBT season will qualify for the 2011 EBT Masters to be held at Gladiator Arena in Ljubljana, Slovenia, April 11-12, 2011.

    The European Bowling Tour moves to Barcelona, Spain for the 8th Catalonia Open - Trofeu Galasa, an EBT Silver tournament, which starts on Tuesday, Feb. 23 and runs through Sunday, Feb. 28 at 14-laner Bowling Pedralbes.

     

     

    2010 European Bowling Tour Rankings by Bowlingdigital


    2010 EBT Men's Ranking
    2010 EBT Women's Ranking

     


    2010 Men's Ranking - Top 16 after Wroclaw
    1. Mika Koivuniemi, Finland, 250
    2. Dominic Barrett, England, 245
    3. Parker Bohn III, United States, 200
    4. Tomas Leandersson, Sweden, 175
    5. Kimmo Lehtonen, Finland, 150
    6. Osku Palermaa, Finland, 135
    7. Dennis Eklund, Sweden, 130
    8. Mike Fagan, United States, 125
    9. Tony Ranta, Finland, 120
    10. Tobias Karlsson, Sweden, 110
    (tie) Joonas Jehkinen, Finland, 110
    12. Pekka MĂ€yry, Finland, 100
    13. Martin Larsen, Sweden, 91
    14. Gery Verbruggen, Belgium, 75
    (tie) Peter Ljung, Sweden, 75
    16. Mikael Kanold, Sweden, 71

     


    2010 Women's Ranking - Top 16 after Wroclaw
    1. Cherie Tan, Singapore, 250
    2. Nina Manninen, Finland, 200
    3. Joline Persson Planefors, Sweden, 175
    4. Rikke Holm Rasmussen, Denmark, 162
    5. Tina Hulsch, Germany, 155
    6. Mari Kalliokoski, Finland, 150
    7. Rebecka Larsen Jr. Finland, 115
    8. Reija Lundén, Finland, 110
    9. Veronica Lantto, Sweden, 105
    10. Diana Zavjalova, Latvia, 102
    11. Martina Beckel, Germany, 100
    (tie) Nina Flack, Sweden, 100
    13. Nicki Ainge, England, 80
    14. Krista PöllÀnen, Finland, 75
    (tie) Marjo Pöntinen, Finland, 75
    16. Darya Kovalova, Ukraine, 70

     

     

    2010 EBT Rankings - Men's Division after Wroclaw


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

     

     

    2010 EBT Rankings - Women's Division after Wroclaw


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