2014 Mosconi Cup

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2014 Mosconi Cup
Dates1–4 December
VenueTower Circus
LocationBlackpool, England
CaptainsJohan Ruijsink (EU)
Mark Wilson (US)
MVPNiels Feijen
Flag of Europe  11  – 5  Flag of the United States
Europe wins the Mosconi Cup
2013
2015

The 2014 partypoker Mosconi Cup, the 21st edition of the annual nine-ball pool competition between teams representing Europe and the United States, took place 1–4 December 2014 at the Tower Circus in Blackpool, England. [1]

Teams[edit]

Flag of Europe.svg   Team Europe
Name Nationality Notes
Darren Appleton  England
Karl Boyes  England
Nikos Ekonomopoulos  Greece
Niels Feijen  Netherlands Most Valuable Player
Mark Gray  England
Johan Ruijsink  Netherlands Non-playing captain
Flag of the United States.svg   Team USA
Name State of birth Notes
Justin Bergman  Illinois
Corey Deuel  California
Justin Hall  Illinois
John Schmidt  California
Shane Van Boening  South Dakota
Mark Wilson  Missouri Non-playing captain

Results[edit]

Monday, 1 December[edit]

Day review:[2]

Flag of Europe.svg Results Flag of the United States.svg
Teams
Team Europe
5–1 Teams
Team USA
Doubles
Darren Appleton
Karl Boyes
3–5 Doubles
Corey Deuel
Justin Hall
Singles
Mark Gray
3–5 Singles
John Schmidt
Doubles
Niels Feijen
Nikos Ekonomopoulos
5–1 Doubles
Shane Van Boening
Justin Bergman
Singles
Darren Appleton
5–3 Singles
Shane Van Boening
3 Session 2
3 Overall 2

Tuesday, 2 December[edit]

Day review:[3]

Flag of Europe.svg Results Flag of the United States.svg
Doubles
Niels Feijen
Mark Gray
2–5 Doubles
Justin Bergman
Justin Hall
Singles
Karl Boyes
5–2 Singles
Corey Deuel
Doubles
Darren Appleton
Nikos Ekonomopoulos
5–2 Doubles
Shane Van Boening
John Schmidt
Singles
Niels Feijen
5–3 Singles
Justin Bergman
Doubles
Darren Appleton
Mark Gray
4–5 Doubles
Shane Van Boening
Corey Deuel
3 Session 2
6 Overall 4

Wednesday, 3 December[edit]

Day review:[4]

Flag of Europe.svg Results Flag of the United States.svg
Doubles
Karl Boyes
Nikos Ekonomopoulos
5–3 Doubles
Justin Hall
John Schmidt
Singles
Nikos Ekonomopoulos
3–5 Singles
Justin Hall
Doubles
Karl Boyes
Mark Gray
5–3 Doubles
Corey Deuel
John Schmidt
Singles
Niels Feijen
5–2 Singles
Justin Bergman
3 Session 1
9 Overall 5

Thursday, 4 December[edit]

Day review:[5]

Flag of Europe.svg Results Flag of the United States.svg
Singles
Darren Appleton
5–2 Singles
Shane Van Boening
Singles
Nikos Ekonomopoulos
5–2 Singles
Shane Van Boening
2 Session 0
11 Overall 5

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Mosconi Cup in barmy Blackpool will be a unique spectacle and here's why…". Sky Sports. Retrieved 15 April 2018.
  2. ^ "Europe open up a slender lead over USA on first night in Blackpool". Sky Sports. 2 December 2014. Retrieved 15 April 2018.
  3. ^ "Europe take 6-4 lead in the Mosconi Cup". Sky Sports. 3 December 2014. Retrieved 15 April 2018.
  4. ^ "Europe surge into 9-5 lead against USA". Sky Sports. 5 December 2014. Retrieved 15 April 2018.
  5. ^ "Europe wrap up victory over USA in Blackpool". Sky Sports. 4 December 2014. Retrieved 15 April 2018.

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