MEZZ CUES BALTIC POOL LEAGUE 2019 GRAND FINAL

This year the Mezz Cues Baltic Pool League Grand Final has come back to where it was held the first-ever stage of the event. That is the lovely Kaunas in Lithuania and this time the venue was Arena Billiards.

On a final event, only the ranking lists top 32 men, 8 women, 8 old boys and 8 from the newly introduced U15 division will get an invitation for the final and in the case of cancellation the next player gets the spot. The men division was won by Denis Grabe (EST), women division by Viktoria Gurova (Russia), old boys by Leonid Zhavartcov (RUS) and the U15 by Andrei Adziarykha (BLR).

MEZZ CUES BALTIC POOL LEAGUE 2019 RIGA

The lovely town of Riga was the host for the fourth and therefore the last qualification round of the Mezz Cues Baltic Pool League 2019. As a tradition for the event in Riga the cozy Bam’s Poolhouse welcomed all the participants. The game for this event was 10-ball. The winner of the men division was Pijus Labutis (LIT), women division Anna Prisjazhnuka (LAT), old boys Antti Rantanen (FIN) and U15 Jokubas Silantjevas (LIT).

MEZZ CUES BALTIC POOL LEAGUE 2019 TALLINN

The third stage of Mezz Cues Baltic Pool League 2019 was held in a sunny Tallinn. The host of the main event was an amazing Hill-Hill pool club. Due to the high number of athletes, the first stages of U15 were held in Hill-Hill 2 pool club. This time was 9-ball on the menu. The men division was won by Mark Mägi (EST), women by Valeria Popova (RUS), old boys by Genadijs Kaminskis (LAT) and U15 by Andrei Adziarykha (BLR).

MEZZ CUES BALTIC POOL LEAGUE 2019 BEGINS

Another season of Mezz Cues Baltic Pool League has started this weekend. The first event was held in Kaunas, Lithuania in a beautiful Arena Billiards. As always the organisers of the event do their best to promote pool and therefore this year the league started with a separate event for the U15 boys and girls. The winners of the first event were in men’s division Vladislav Tsirikov (BLR), women’s division Olga Mitrofanova (Russia), oldboy’s division Janne Lehiö (FIN) and in U15 Nikita Poluyan (BLR).