Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Perfect week-end for Axel Donval

The club of Puylaurens in the South of France organized their International week-end on April 12 and 13 with players from five nations taking part. There was only one team event with 6 teams competing and FTC Issy (France) beat SC Eugies (Belgium) in the final thanks to a decisive goal of Axel Donval a few seconds before the final whistle. The Open tournament on saturday had a field of 19 players. Axel Donval beat Jean-Marie Amberny in sudden dearh to win the title. Emmanuel Gorgette and Olivier Père were the semi-finalists. In the other categories, the winners were David Vantassel (U19), Emilie Despretz (U15), Ferran Coll (veterans) Margot Diradourian (Ladies) and Lucas Père (U12). On sunday, only two categories were in the agenda. Axel Donval beat Axel Modeste in sudden death to win his third trophy of the week-end while Ferran Coll and Jean-Marie Amberny lost in the semis. Margot Diradourian beat Emilie Despretz in the final of the U15 tournament.

Friday, 11 April 2014

Details of the Gilligham Open

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Date & Categories:-
Saturday 5th July 2014 – Individuals – Open, Vets, U19s, U15s & Ladies
Sunday 6th July 2014 – Teams & U12s Individuals

U12s can play in U12s & U15s but not in teams, unless a team is short on players.
Ladies can play in U12s or U15s if in that category too.
Depending on numbers & schedule, U15s may be able to play U19s as well.

Thursday, 3 April 2014

Perfect week-end for David Gonzaléz

The Open final between Nuno Noronha and David Gonzalez (referee is Sergio Ramos)
Last week-end the small city of Oeiras in the Lisbon area hosted the grand prix of Portugal. 8 teams and 49 players from 5 different countries were taking part. In the open category, David Gonzaléz was the only spanish players in the last 4 but he managed to beat Portuguese legend Filipe Maia in the semi and Nuno Noronha in the final to claim the trophy. It was a perfect week-end for Gonzaléz who also won the U19 tournament and the team event as Tiburones beat the Portuguese team of GRD 1º Maio Tires in the final. In the other youth sections, Vasco Henriques was the best U12 player while Ricardo José won the U15 group stage. In the veterans, Filipe Maia took a revenge as he beat another Tiburones player, António Montaño, to win the final.

Tuesday, 1 April 2014

Marcelo Ramalhete wins in Rio

The Grand Prix of Brazil took place this week-end in Rio de Janeiro. There was a small field of 8 players but a lot of motivation from the local club of Vasco de Gama. Marcelo Ramalhete took the honors after defeating Daniel De Matos in the semi and Igor Quintaes in the final. Congratulations and good luck to the players in Brazil for their continuous efforts to develop subbuteo in South America.