Junior 8 Ball

Australian Eight Ball Federation

links 2012

https://junior8ball.com/results/2012/Teams2012/index.htm
https://junior8ball.com/results/2013/Teams2013/index.htm
https://junior8ball.com/results/2014/Teams2014/index.htm
https://junior8ball.com/results/2015/Teams2015/index.htm
https://junior8ball.com/results/2016/Teams2016/index.htm
https://junior8ball.com/results/2017/Teams2017/index.htm

2015 WEPF Junior Team World Champions, Australia

 2015 WEPF Junior Team World Champions, Australia

 2015 WEPF Junior Team World Champions, Australia

Junior Knockout: Final

Ireland   Ireland Australia   Australia
Jordan Gorman (1) 1 0 (1) Alexander Pace
Jordan Synnott (2) 0 1 (2) Matthew Curwood
Kyle Murphy (3) 1 0 (3) Samuel Burnett
Jordan Doyle (4) 1 0 (4) Stone Stenhouse
Adam Maher (5) 0 1 (5) Erik Westerholm
    3 2    
           
Jordan Gorman (1) 1 0 (3) Samuel Burnett
Jordan Synnott (2) 0 1 (1) Alexander Pace
Kyle Murphy (3) 0 1 (2) Matthew Curwood
Jordan Doyle (4) 1 0 (5) Erik Westerholm
Adam Maher (5) 0 1 (4) Stone Stenhouse
    5 5    
           
Jordan Gorman (1) 0 1 (2) Matthew Curwood
Jordan Synnott (2) 1 0 (5) Erik Westerholm
Kyle Murphy (3) 1 0 (4) Stone Stenhouse
Jordan Doyle (4) 0 1 (1) Alexander Pace
Adam Maher (5) 1 0 (3) Samuel Burnett
    8 7    
           
Jordan Gorman (1) 0 1 (4) Stone Stenhouse
Jordan Synnott (2) 0 1 (3) Samuel Burnett
Kyle Murphy (3) 1 0 (5) Jordan Mitchell
Jordan Doyle (4) 0 1 (2) Matthew Curwood
Adam Maher (5) 0 1 (1) Alexander Pace
    9 11    
           
Jordan Synnott (2) 1 0 (4) Stone Stenhouse
Jordan Gorman (1) 1 0 (5) Jordan Mitchell
Kyle Murphy (3) 0 1 (1) Alexander Pace
Jordan Doyle (4)     (3) Samuel Burnett
Adam Maher (5) 0 1 (2) Matthew Curwood
           
    11 13    
           
Tyler O’Connor (R)     (R) Jordan Mitchell
Barry Sinnott (R)     (R)  

 

2015 Junior Eight Ball Teams

Please correct any spelling errors email juniors@aebf.com.au

as New South Wales are not fielding any Singles entrants, vacancies will be offered to there states/territories

  updated version 03/12/2014    
         
2015 VIC ACT TAS SA
U 12 1 Jack Green Madelyn Norton Jonty McIvor Aiden Weinert
U 12 2 Hope Sumner TBA Cooper Barton Callub Everuss
U 15 1 Devlin Praegar Daniel Smith Cooper Denmen Kane Weekley
U 15 2 Jake Thompson Reece Norton Brandon Bakes Dylan Vonderwall
U 18 1 Matt Curwood Aaron Billington Alexander Pace Erik Westerholm
U 18 2 Joshua McLean Aleks Vujic Jacob Marshall Isaac Manterfield
U 18 3 Lochlan Courtney Ashleigh Smith Brodie Stubbs Jordan Mitchell
U 18 Girl Isabella DiGiorgio Ashleigh Smith Jessie Bakes nil
U 18 Girl Jordyn Peart      
         
2015 QLD NSW – NA NT WA
U 12 1 Nickolas Burnett Qld Jayden Dinga Trai Chan Neil J Dimer
U 12 2 Joshua Burnett nil Jesse Ferguson Lauchlan Babbe
U 15 1 Kyle Thomson Qld Joe McClintock Ayden Hodgson Alex Kingsbury
U 15 2 Hayden Goode Vic Isabella DiGiorgio John Zagorianos Jasely Dimer
U 18 1 Samuel Burnett nil Luke Evans Stone Stenhouse
U 18 2 Trae Spasojevic nil Marissa Lockhardt Jacob Sumner
U 18 3 Kaleb Benson nil nil Jayden McGlinn
U 18 Girl Tayla Dwyer nil Justine Gordon Stella Kearney
U 18 Girl Caitlyn Kunde   Marissa Lockhardt Kyra Rikys
U 18 Girl Tahlia Costello      

Under 18 Girls, we have 11 entrants for the 2015 under 18 girls event

Our thanks go to

5People who have gone out of their way to assist with editorial and stats on this website. We say, Thank You

* Andrew Saltmarsh, Australian Eight-Ball Secretary, Greg Dingle (Australian Junior champions history)
 
* Heather Zappia, Australian Eight-Ball Junior Development Officer (Australian Junior champions history)
 
* Joe Fanto, World Eight-Ball Pool Federation President (World Junior champions history)

* Alessandro Nasca, ACT (ACT Junior champions history)

* Hayley Schopp, NT (NT Junior champions history)

* Warren Ross, Australian Eight-Ball Treasurer (Junior champions history)

Australian National Event Dates

12 Nationals Schedule.

Juniors Age Groups: under 12, under 15 and under 18

Under 21: must be over 18 and under 21.

Senior: open to all ages   Masters: must be over 50

 

AEBF Senior Nationals and Masters:
 
2008 – October – Tasmania – Country Club, Launceston
2009 – October – Canberra – Australian Capital Territory
2010 – October – Adelaide – South Australia
2011 – October – Cambeltown – New South Wales
2012 – October – Queensland
2013 – October – Western Australia
2014 – October – Northern Territory
2015 – October – Victoria
2016 – October – Tasmania
2017 – October – Australian Capital Territory
2018 – October – South Australia
2019 – October – New South Wales
2020 – October – Queensland
 
AEBF Junior Championships:
 
2008 – March    – South Australia – SA Eightball HQ
2009 – March    – Queensland – Q Masters Brisbane
2010 – March    – Tasmania – Hobart
2011 – January  – Northern Territory – Darwin – Tracey Village
2012 – January – Australian Capital Territory
2013 – January – South Australia
2014 – January – New South Wales
2015 – January – Queensland
2016 – January – Western Australia
2017 – January – Northern Territory
2018 – January – Victoria
2019 – January – Tasmania
2020 – January – Australian Capital Territory