2006 Mosconi Cup

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2006 Mosconi Cup
2006 Mosconi Cup Logo.gif
Dates   7–10 December
Venue   Rotterdam Cruise Terminal
Location   Rotterdam, Netherlands
Captains   Johan Ruijsink (EU)
Johnny Archer (US)
MVP   Corey Deuel (US)
Flag of Europe  12  – 12  Flag of the United States
United States retains the Mosconi Cup
«2005 2007»

The 2006 Mosconi Cup, the 13th edition of the annual nine-ball pool competition between teams representing Europe and the United States, took place between 7–10 December, at the Rotterdam Cruise Terminal in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

The event ended in a 12–12 draw, thus Team USA retained the Mosconi Cup as the prior year's winner.

Teams[edit]

Flag of the United States.svg   Team USA
Name State of birth Notes
Earl Strickland  North Carolina
Rodney Morris  California
Corey Deuel  California Most Valued Player[1]
Mike Davis  North Carolina
John Schmidt  California
Johnny Archer  Georgia Captain
Flag of Europe.svg   Team Europe
Name Nationality Notes
Mika Immonen  Finland
Ralf Souquet  Germany
Imran Majid  England
Thomas Engert  Germany
Nick van den Berg  Netherlands
David Alcaide  Spain
Johan Ruijsink  Netherlands Non-playing captain

Results[edit]

[2]

Thursday, 7 December[edit]

Session 1[edit]

Flag of Europe.svg Results Flag of the United States.svg
Teams
Team Europe
5–6 Teams
Team USA
Trebles
Mika Immonen
David Alcaide
Ralf Souquet
6–3 Trebles
Johnny Archer
John Schmidt
Mike Davis
Trebles
Imran Majid
Thomas Engert
Nick van den Berg
2–6 Trebles
Corey Deuel
Earl Strickland
Rodney Morris
1 Session 2
1 Overall 2

Friday, 8 December[edit]

Session 2[edit]

Flag of Europe.svg Results Flag of the United States.svg
Doubles
Mika Immonen
Ralf Souquet
6–2 Doubles
John Schmidt
Mike Davis
Doubles
David Alcaide
Thomas Engert
1–6 Doubles
Johnny Archer
Corey Deuel
Doubles
Nick van den Berg
Imran Majid
6–5 Doubles
Earl Strickland
Rodney Morris
2 Session 1
3 Overall 3

Session 3[edit]

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Singles
David Alcaide
7–5 Singles
John Schmidt
Singles
Imran Majid
7–2 Singles
Johnny Archer
Singles
Ralf Souquet
7–2 Singles
Corey Deuel
3 Session 0
6 Overall 3

Saturday, 9 December[edit]

Session 4[edit]

Flag of Europe.svg Results Flag of the United States.svg
Doubles
Nick van den Berg
Imran Majid
3–6 Doubles
Corey Deuel
Mike Davis
Doubles
Mika Immonen
David Alcaide
6–4 Doubles
Rodney Morris
Earl Strickland
Doubles
Ralf Souquet
Thomas Engert
6–1 Doubles
Johnny Archer
John Schmidt
2 Session 1
8 Overall 4

Session 5[edit]

Flag of Europe.svg Results Flag of the United States.svg
Singles
Mika Immonen
5–7 Singles
Rodney Morris
Singles
Thomas Engert
4–7 Singles
Earl Strickland
Singles
Nick van den Berg
7–4 Singles
Mike Davis
1 Session 2
9 Overall 6

Sunday, 10 December[edit]

Session 6[edit]

Flag of Europe.svg Results Flag of the United States.svg
Teams
Team Europe
3–6 Teams
Team USA
Triples
Imran Majid
Thomas Engert
Nick van den Berg
5–6 Triples
Corey Deuel
Earl Strickland
John Schmidt
Triples
Ralf Souquet
Mika Immonen
David Alcaide
1–6 Triples
Johnny Archer
Rodney Morris
Mike Davis
0 Session 3
9 Overall 9

Session 7[edit]

Flag of Europe.svg Results Flag of the United States.svg
Singles
Thomas Engert
5–1 Singles
John Schmidt
Singles
Imran Majid
2–5 Singles
Rodney Morris
Singles
Ralf Souquet
5–4 Singles
Johnny Archer
Singles
Nick van den Berg
5–4 Singles
Earl Strickland
Singles
Mika Immonen
4–5 Singles
Mike Davis
Singles
David Alcaide
2–5 Singles
Corey Deuel
3 Session 3
12 Overall 12

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archer: We Showed So Much Heart". Mosconi Cup 2006. Archived from the original on 15 February 2011. Retrieved 24 December 2011. 
  2. ^ "Europe 12-12 USA". Matchroom Pool. Archived from the original on 14 July 2011. Retrieved 21 December 2010. 

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