Wednesday, 28 May 2014
Tuesday, 27 May 2014
Monday, 26 May 2014
You can find more pictures on the Budapest Subbuteo blog: http://budapestsubbuteo.blog.hu/2014/05/26/a_subbuteo_elbuvolte_a_gyerekeket
Thursday, 22 May 2014
|Noguera, Napolitano and Mateos had great results in the Spanish GP|
54 players from 10 different nations attended the FISTF Grand Prix of Spain in Mallorca on May 10 and 11. The Open category had 24 entries and Alberto Mateos won the final against Juan Noguera (1-0), offering the first two places of the event to the club of Fiamme Azzurre. Carmine Napolitano and Justin Leroy made it to the semis. Antonio Casio won the U19 section while the veterans category had another big field of 24. Vicenç Prats Salas finally beat Robert Lenz to win the title while Daniel Scheen and Juan Carlos Granados made it to the semis. The team event was played by seven teams. The belgian side of Rochefort TS and Fiamme Azzurre tied in the final (2-2) but the Belgians won the game as the Italian side was only fielding three players.
Wednesday, 14 May 2014
Monday, 12 May 2014
The Grand Prix of Argentina took place on sunday with a field of 11 players including Flavio Riccomagno, an Italian ranked 166 in the Open ranking. The representative of the Flickers Milano was the top favorite of the event and didn't miss the chance to win his first FISTF Grand Prix as he beat Sebastian Pesci in the semi-final and Claudio Murcilli in the final. Fabrizio Bertolini, the top seed of the tournament, lost to Murcilli in the other semi-final. Flavio Riccomagno also won the veterans section hile Agustín Ortega finished on top of a group of five to win the U19 trophy.
Tuesday, 6 May 2014
|Wolfgang Leitner wins his 5th Major. Gil Delogne, Bessim Golger and Sami Targui are also on the podium|
The team event of the saturday had a good strarting list of 28 teams but despite the good performances of the Belgian teams, only SC Stembert managed to reach the semis with thre italian clubs. In the final 4, the Bologna Tigers beat Stembert by a close 2-1 while Perugia beat Sanremo (1-0). the final was an italian affair but Perugia took the honors by beating Bologna (2-0) with individual wins of their foreign players Bessim Golger and Fayçal Rouis.
Congratulations to the club of Stembert for a fantastic show with a really fantastic venue and an amazing live coverage of the event.