THOMAS BEATS GALEAZZI IN FINAL
England's Chris Thomas won
the 2007 Belfast International Open with a 3-1 victory
over Gianluca Galeazzi of Italy in the Final.
Northern Ireland's Andrew
Morrison beat his brother, Peter, 1-0 in the Under-19
Final and Gary Moore beat Barry Spence 3-2 in the Plate
Morton Community Centre, Lorne Street, Belfast | Map
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Sat 19th May 2007
Registration 9am, Flick-off 9:30am. Finishing 6pm.
Open £10 ; Youth (U19) £5
Due to time restrictions, players may only take part in
one category. There will be a Plate event for all players
eliminated at the group stages.
Email Eoin Adams to enter.
Belfast City Airport is only 3 miles from the venue.
Taxis available at the exit. No need to pre-book. Journey
time to venue - 15 minutes.
Belfast International Airport is 17 miles from city. There is an
airbus which brings you to Belfast City Centre. It costs
£6 and takes about 40 min. Get off at Laganside Bus
Centre and get taxi to the venue.
Airport ... standard 4-seater taxis are waiting as
passengers come off the plane. No advance booking
required. Cost from Airport to City Centre is £24.
Journey time 30 minutes. If you need a 7-seater taxi,
however, you will need to book in advance. Telephone
07801 016148. Cost £36.
a2btravel | Easyjet | Flybe | Ryanair
A Ferry To | Seacat | Stena Line UK | P&O Ferries
Jurys Inn - City Centre, £78 per twin room | Directions | Map
Express By Holiday Inn - near City Centre, £59 per twin
room | Map
Park Avenue Hotel - near Belfast City Airport, £99
per twin room | Map
Park Plaza Hotel - Belfast International Airport,
£35 single room, £60 twin room | Map
Belfast International Youth Hostel 22-32 Donegal Road, near Queen's
5 minutes walk from the the Europa bus station, where the
Dublin bus stops. If arriving by train from Dublin, take
the connecting train to Botanic station, there is no need
to buy another ticket. £10.50 per person in 4-bed dorm.
A range of
accommodation can be found at the following links:
Discover Northern Ireland | GotoBelfast.com
Barry Spence's Guide to Belfast