Borg beat Jeff Cundy (England) 7-5 in the final while Jans whitewashed Isabelle Jonckheere (Netherlands) 5-0.
The Maltese star probably had his toughest battle in the semis against Norway's Kurt Maflin. That match was decided on the final colors in the deciding frame.
A Main Tour spot was on offer to the winner of the men's event. Cundy had already secured this prize before a ball was potted in the final as Borg was not eligible, having played on the Tour this season.
This was Borg's fourth final. Prior to last year's win he was runner-up in 2004 and 1998.
Jamie Jones (Wales) had the highest break of the tournament with a 132.
It was an all-Finnish affair in the Seniors final. Jyri Virtanen defeated Kimmo Lång 6-4.
The Romanian Open was played just before the tournament. Netherland's Roy Stolk won the event and a place on next season's Main Tour.
- 2006 European Championships (Global Snooker Centre)
- EBSA Championships (ibsf.org)
- Borg is Euro Star Again (World Snooker)
- Borg retains title after beating Cundy 7-5 in final (The Times of Malta)
- European snooker championships (wendy-jans.com)
- European Championships (Snooker Talk)
- Alex Borg from Malta wins the 2006 European Championships (European billiards)
- Wendy Jans European Champion ladies (European billiards)
- Dutchman wins Romania Open (The Times of Malta)
- Borg gets WSA wild card for Main Tour entry (The Times of Malta)