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World Mens Team Champions: Australian

AUSTRALIAN MENS TEAM THE 2016 WORLD EIGHTBALL POOL CHAMPIONS Australia defeated Ireland 8 - 6 Steve Woods, Jake Mccartney, Marc Robertson, Adam Andretzke, Rusty Wheeler, Justin Sajich, Michael Scerri, James Delahunty, Greg Costello (Manager), Huge Congratulations Guys from all Pool Players in Australia

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World Womens Team Champions: Australian

Australian Women defeated England 13-5 to become 2016 World Champions. Held at Imperial Hotel, Blackpool, England at the World Eightball Pool Championships. This year has been Australia's most successful year ever. Already our Australian Junior Team won the World Championships, back to back. Matt Curwood ( Vic ) won Junior World Singles. Stone Stenhouse ( W.A ) won junior player of the carnival. 3 Juniors named in the World Team. Steve Gray ( seniors ) named in Senior World Team. Wayne Stubbs ( Tas ) won the Seniors Masters Championship. Australia Women win World Title. Lyndall Morphett ( S.A ) wins player of the carnival & named in the World Team. Kolbe Poole ( vic ) finished in Singles Semi's. Elise Mabbott ( S.A ) finished in semi's of Women's Masters & our Australian Men's Team play England Men in the semi final at 9pm UK time. James Delahunty ( S.A) won men's player of the carnival & was named in World Team along with Justin Sajich & Steve Woods ( N.S.W ) . Let's all get behind the Aussies & help get them over the line. Aussie, Aussie, Aussie xoxoxo Aussie Men defeated England in a nail biter to semi final to earn themselves a berth in the final against Ireland to play for he World Title. I BELIEVE this amazing team can do this. Let's go for 3 from 3. Come on Aussies. Xoxo

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World Junior Champion: Matt Curwood, Australia

Matt Curwood is the new WEPF World 8-Ball Pool junior singles champion after a dramatic finish to his final with Malta’s Scott Muscat. Curwood, from the Victorian gold town of Ballarat, struck it rich as he came from 5-3 and 6-4 down to win 8-6. And the 18-year-old Australian champion, was part of the Green and Gold squad to defeat England 13-11 in the junior team final. His compatriots gave great vocal support in the Washington Suite as Curwood came through to succeed England’s Aaron Davies as champion “I didn’t really practice too much before I came over but it’s the best thing I have ever won,” said happy Curwood. “It’s a great feeling to win two world titles. “And I’m really happy to have won, especially as this is the last year as a junior,” added Curwood who whitewashed Ireland’s Adam Maher 7-0 in the semi-finals and England’s Murad Iqbal 7-4 in the quarters. Curwood won three of his four frames in the team final as the Aussie youngsters retained their title. His only blemish was defeat to Keiron Phillips that allowed England to draw level at 10-all. However, Stone Stenhouse, Hayden Gunn and Alex Kingsbury took three of the next four frames while Alex Pace was the remaining member of the Australian squad. The England line-up was: Phillips, Iqbal, Ben Welfare, Kieron Lennon and Justin Field. Courtesy : http://wepf.org/press.php?option=6

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