Coastal Warriors victorious

Cued action

02 December 2019 | Sports

Swakopmund · [email protected]

The battle to be declared 2019 Namibia Pool and Billiard Federation (NPBF) Champ of Champs concluded at Mile 4, Swakopmund on Saturday.

The two day tournament featured six registered clubs which had between eight and twelve players each.

Coastal Warriors Pool Club (Swakopmund) clinched the title with by a single point margin and finished first with 45 points.

Swakopmund Pool Club (Swakopmund) followed on 44 points in second position. Celtic Pool Club (Swakopmund) and Young Ones Pool Club (Windhoek) shared the third spot with 43 points each. Desert Inn Pool Club (Walvis Bay) finished fourth with 38 points. Khomas Tornadoes Pool Club (Windhoek) collected 27 points.

The three players from each club with the most points from the Champ of Champ tournament qualified to take part in the 2019 NPBF President’s Club trophy.

Laurenzo Louw from Khomas Thornadoes Pool Club (Windhoek) defeated Magnus Ekandjo Young Ones Pool Club from Windhoek 2-1 in the final and won the 2019 NPBF President’s Club trophy.

The 2019 NPBF league winners were also revealed at the prize giving ceremony after the tournament.

Celtic Pool Club (Swakopmund) also clinched this title with 1 point margin. The winners collected 14 points followed by Khomas Tornadoes Pool Club (Windhoek) in second position with 13 points and Young Ones Pool Club (Windhoek) with 12 points.

Cyril Möller from Swakopmund’s Celtic Pool Club won both the player of the Champ of Champs tournament as well as the player of the 2019 NPBF league awards.

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