World Pool Masters 2018

  • 02 - 04 Mar 18
  • Tercentenary Sports Hall
  • Mobile tickets
Past Event
  • Mar02

    -

    Mar04

    Season Pass

    Reservation Period Over

    All sessions season ticket

  • Mar02

    Friday - 19:00

    Friday Evening Session

    £7.00

  • Mar03

    Saturday - 13:00

    Saturday Afternoon Session

    £7.00

  • Mar03

    Saturday - 18:30

    Saturday Evening Session

    £12.50

  • Mar04

    Sunday - 13:00

    Sunday Afternoon Session

    £7.00

  • Mar04

    Sunday - 18:30

    Sunday Evening Session

    £12.50

About

The 25th annual World Pool Masters will take place 2nd - 4th March as pool’s longest running invitational event moves to GIBRALTAR.

16 of the world’s best players will gather in the shadow of the famous Rock of Gibraltar to contest the Masters and determine the destination of the $20,000 top prize.

Commented Matchroom Sport Chairman Barry Hearn: “We’re absolutely delighted to be bringing the Masters to Gibraltar. Matchroom have had great success on the Rock with darts and snooker events and I’m sure we will have similar success with pool.

WORLD POOL MASTERS XXV MATCH SCHEDULE

All matches are race to 8, winner breaks

Friday, March 2 – 7pm

Round One

David Alcaide (Spain) v Tony Drago (Malta)

Ralf Souquet (Germany) v Karol Skowerski (Poland)

Niels Feijen (Hollands) v Raj Hundal (India)

Saturday, March 3 – 1:30pm

Round One

Wu Jiaqing (China) v Dennis Orcollo (Philippines)

Shane Van Boening (USA) v Daryl Peach (England)

Darren Appleton (England) v Earl Strickland (USA)

Saturday, March 3 – 7pm

Round One

Alex Pagulayan (Canada) v Alex Lely (Holland)

Jayson Shaw (Scotland) v Francisco Bustamante (Philippines)

Quarter-Finals

Alcaide/Drago v Souquet/Skowerski

Sunday, March 4 – 1:30pm

Quarter-Finals

Feijen/Hundal v Wu/Orcollo

Van Boening/Peach v Appleton/Strickland

Pagulayan/Lely v Shaw/Bustamante

Sunday, March 4 – 7pm

Semi-final 1

Semi-final 2

Final

 

Venue

Tercentenary Sports Hall

Bayside Road
Gibraltar

Details

Organiser(s):
Ministry of Sports 2017