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Mai Ginge Jensen (Denmark) vs. Eliisa Hiltonen (Finland) in the final of the women’s division of the ECC 2018 was a repetition of the final of the Masters event in the European Women Championships for only four months ago.

In the EWC 2018 Masters in Brussels in June, Mai Ginge Jensen won 2-1 in the best of three games final, while Mai Ginge Jensen again came out of the Danish-Finnish battle with a victory, this time 2-0 in the ECC 2018 final, also played over best of three games.

Bodo Konieczny (Germany) was crowned as the ECC 2018 champion in the men’s division, after a very tight and well played final against Denmark’s Jesper Agerbo, which Bodo Konieczny won 2-1. The scores of the last exiting game were 263 vs. 258.

The 41th issue of the European Champions Cup was conducted in Langen, Germany in the 18 lane centre, Bowl for Fun.

The format of the ECC 2018 included 2 X 8 games qualification, followed by another 8 games for top 16 and yet another 4 games for top 8, providing the following two standings:

Top 8 Women after 28 games
1 / 6153: Mai Ginge Jensen, Denmark
2 / 6109: Solene Goron, France
3 / 6012: Eliisa Hiltonen, Finland
4 / 5990: Nadine Geissler, Germany
5 / 5863: Chantal Jacobs, The Netherlands
6 / 5807: Filippa Persson, Sweden
7 / 5800: Annie Thorell, Sweden
8 / 5704: Giada Di Martino, Italy

Top 8 Men after 28 games
1 / 6434: Jaroslav Lorenc, Czech Republic
2 / 6364: Viktor Danielsson, Sweden
3 / 6283: Jesper Agerbo, Denmark
4 / 6263: Bodo Konieczny, Germany
5 / 6226: Aidas Daniunas, Lithuania
6 / 6141: Sami Konsteri, Finland
7 / 6138: Oleksandr Nechypaiev, Ukraine
8 / 6007: Mats Maggi, Belgium

Top 4 continued into two Semi Finals matches concluded by a Final match; all decided in best of three games matches.

Women’s Semi Final 1
Mai Ginge Jensen – Nadine Geissler (2-0): 200-176 and 213-193

Women’s Semi Final 2
Solone Goron – Eliisa Hiltonen (0-2): 228-246 and 188-234

Women’s Final
Mai Ginge Jensen – Eliisa Hiltonen (2-0): 248-203 and 215-204

Men’s Semi Final 1
Jaroslav Lorenc – Bodo Konieczny (1-2): 173-248, 212-193 and 195-238

Men’s Semi Final 2
Viktor Danielsson – Jesper Agerbo (1-2): 246-232, 215-254 and 201-224

Men’s Final
Jesper Agerbo – Bodo Konieczny (1-2): 225-196, 236-242 and 258-263

We congratulate the two new champions of the European Champions Cup.

Click here to see the list of all medallists

Click here to see the completed list of results

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