Jak Jones wins European Championship

Posted on: 21 February 2016

Last edited on: 1 August 2021

Welshman Jak Jones wins the EBSA European Championship

fi10A late night, all Wales affair saw Jak Jones beat fellow Welshman Jamie Rhys Clarke to lift the trophy, 3300 euros and a ticket to play on the main tour for two years.

It’s the third time Jak has been on the circuit even though he is still only 22.

He came from 4-3 behind to take the last four frames and beat Clarke by 7 frames to 4.

It was another agonising defeat for 21 year old Clarke who was runner up to Michael Wild last year and a beaten finalist in the World Under 21s.

 

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