POCKET PREVIEW: KEGEL QLD OPEN

By Matt Stevens
March 6, 2020

The first open division nationally ranked event commences this weekend at Caboolture Bowl & Mini Golf. Jarrod Langford will look to start the year off with a bang and defend his title at the 2020 Kegel QLD Open.

What? Nationally Ranked Open Event – A20/0014

Where? Caboolture Bowl & Mini Golf

When? 6th-8th March 2020

Stream – Cab Bowl Live Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Cabbowllive/ – Youtube Channel – http://bit.ly/38aTRZp

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This is the 10th running of the Kegel QLD Open

Jarrod Langford defeated Minhee Kim in the final 194-186

2019 champion – Jarrod Langford

2019 Final Open Rankings attending as of 3rd March 2020

Jayden Panella winning a silver medal at the 2018 World Youth Championships Doubles Event
  1. Jarrod Langford (2nd)
  2. Jayden Panella (4th)
  3. Matthew Krinis (5th)
  4. Rebecca Whiting (6th)
  5. Adam Hayes (7th)
2011 Inaugural Champions – Ann Maree Putney & George Frilingos

2011       George Frilingos (Mens Division), Ann Maree Putney (Women’s Division)

2012       Brendan Meads

2013       Michael Little

2014       Brendan Meads

2015       Jarrod Langford

2016       Sam Cooley

2017       Adam Hayes

2017 Champion – Adam Hayes

2018       Sam Cooley

2019       Jarrod Langford

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STAGE 1 All bowl 12 Games scratch pinfall (6×2 Game Blocks)

STAGE 2 Top 32 bowl a further 4 Games (4×1 Game Blocks – Pinfall Carried)

STAGE 3 Top 16 bowl a further 4 games (4×1 Game blocks – Pinfall Carried)

FINALS Top 8

ROUND 1 Final

ROUND 2 Final

ROUND 3 Final

THE FINAL

1v4 / 2v3 / 5v8 / 6v7 – Best of 3 Games

Winners from 1v4 & 2v3 have a bye, winners from 5v8 & 6v7 play losers from the 1v4 & 2v3 matches – 1 Game

Winners from Round 1 (1v4 & 2v3) play Winners from Round 2 – 1 Game

Winners from Round 3 play a 1 Game Final

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