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Saturday, 28 February 2015
Date of next NETFA Teesside WASPA tournament will be 10th April 2015.
(Report by NETFA)
(Report by Panos Panagiotides)
Thursday, 26 February 2015
1. Steve Bennett (SCO/Dundee United TFC)
2. Tom Burns (SCO/Glasgow TSA)
3. Brian Daley (ENG/Yorkshire Phoenix)
4. Baver Bari (SCO/Hot Club d'Ecosse)
5. Gareth Christie (SCO/Dundee United TFC)
6. Dave Gladman (SCO/Glasgow TSA)
7. Malcolm Lees (SCO/Hot Club d'Ecosse)
8. Ben Staples (ENG/Yorkshire Phoenix)
9. Greg Dand (SCO/Dundee United TFC)
10. Colin Berry (SCO/Glasgow TSA)
11. Connor Bowden (ENG/Yorkshire Phoenix)
12. Ronnie McKenzie (SCO/Glasgow TSA)
13. Andy Beskaby (SCO/Dundee United TFC)
14. Dave Baxter (SCO/Dundee United TFC)
15. John Halpin (SCO/Glasgow TSA)
16. Craig Thom (SCO/Dundee United TFC)
17. Fraser McKenzie (SCO/Glasgow TSA)
Wednesday, 25 February 2015
|Joffray Laurent, Vincent Guyaux, Geoffrey Marain, Alain Flament|
Final table of the evening
1. Geoffrey Marain (SC Eugies)
2. Vincent Guyaux (Bormla SC)
3. Joffray Laurent (SC Eugies)
4. Alain Flament (SCAF Quévy)
5t. Vincent Coppenolle (Templeuve United)
5t. Renald Deloose (Templeuve United)
7. Sebastien Devreese (SC Eugies)
8. Stéphane Lambert (Kent Invicta TFC)
9. Jason Delattre (Templeuve United)
10. Maxime Hoguet (Templeuve United/France)
11. Eddy Beernaert (SC Flanders)
12. Benjamin Marain (SC Warcoing Ducks)
Tuesday, 24 February 2015
Monday, 23 February 2015
(Report with the help of Rudi Peterschinigg)
Conan Mullen 3 - 0 Peter Vahle
Peter Vahle 1 - 0 Michail Keskinidis
Conan Mullen 2 - 0 Michail Keskinidis
Peter Vahle 0 - 1 Conan Mullen
Michail Keskinidis 0 - 1 Peter Vahle
Michail Keskinidis 0 - 1 Conan Mullen
Conan finished top with 12 points, Peter second with 6 points, and Mike third with 0 points. All the games were lively and closely contested with a lot of end-to-end action throughout.
(Report by NCSC)
Friday, 20 February 2015
At the end of the knock-out phase David Busch won his third title this year in a tight match against Christian Haas. Surprisingly, Roland Schwacha reached the third place after a thrilling match against Jürgen Lizar.
(Report by Thomas Eppensteiner)
Tuesday, 17 February 2015
|Dimitris Patrinos and Yannis Salamouris close to the new WASPA GREECE banner|
|Action during the tournament|
|The WASPA Greece banner|
|During the final|
|Dimitris Patrinos, runner-up|
|Yannis Salamouris, winner|
Monday, 16 February 2015
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Sunday, 15 February 2015
1. Thomas Eppensteiner
2. Gábor Baross
3. Mathias Eppensteiner
4. Róbert Zsigri
5. Adrián Száki
6. Csaba Laska
Full report, results and pictures at http://budapestsubbuteo.blog.hu/2015/02/15/osztrak_sikert_hozott_a_budapesti_waspa-verseny
Friday, 13 February 2015
Danny Lilley is not only a subbuteo player from England. He's also the organizer fof the Manchester club, the manager of Supaslide (WASPA partner) and the guy who launched the Sliders Tour in England.
Danny Lilley: I played when is was 8 and my first team was Blackburn Rovers
How many years have you been playing and what are the main titles you have achieved in any level?
DL: Been playing for 3 years now and slowly progressing.
What is the best thing about this game and why would you recommend it to someone?
DL: The pure energy it creates around a small table. Plus the tactics.
Your most memorable moments from this game happy or even sad?
DL: Best moment is scoring top goals against top players
Who was your strongest opponent and who is your favorite player and why?
DL: Vasco Guimarães, Simply the best
Is it a sport or a game ? what is your opinion about this question that many people ask?
DL: It’s a sport, sport is a competitive action that brings mental techniques and fitness, this as the lot.
What improvements would you like to see in the future and what would you suggest to improve things?
DL: Keep it as is now, perfect, maybe all EW pitches
What would you recommend to someone who starts the game now? What are the secrets for top performance?
DL: Relax, Go as fast as you see fit too. The game can be won with technique rather than speed.
What are your feelings about how FISTF and WASPA are working and doing something for the game nowadays?
DL: Amazing! The game is growing day by day and FISTF/WASPA are the focal of that.
What about the WASPA rankings? Do they mean something for you?
DL: Yes, Another great idea to progress in rankings without disrupting the FISTF side.
You are involved in other sports. How are these other sports be important in your life?
DL: I play Golf and Darts too, Both sport relax me.
The Sliders Tour 2015 has been dropped off. Everybody thinks it's very sad. Can you let us know how hard it was to take such a decision?
DL: Yes, The Sliders Tour was a success in my eyes and many others. The English Association as more event this year and didn’t want to disrupt that in any way. I respect the association in England, Being a former Chairman, I know how hard it can be to run.
What are the plans for the future of the Manchester club?
DL: I really want to grow Manchester TFC, We have money to back any project, we now just need the quality players to compete across Europe, it will get their, Manchester Is the biggest football city in the World, It needs a Subbuteo Club.
Danny's passportName: Danny Lilley
Club: Manchester TFC
Type of figures/bases used: Tchaaa Sniper 2.0
Job: Director of company
Hobbies: Golf, Darts and spending time with family.
Thursday, 12 February 2015
Northern Falcons WASPA Regional, Feb 10.
For a flick, for ‘that shot’, and for some of them, ‘that curl’.
Some younger ones as well: shock, horror, two born in the 90s, three in the 70s.
Mere interlopers for the main game that revolved around talking about past glories, catching up on lost decades.
Twelve hardy souls out on a balmy summer night in Sydney, tackling the first of the Northern Falcons Mk II competitions, a regional WASPA event.
A great venue, Good Games, a haven for all types of board gamers, role players and competitive card games.
Three guests from Subbuteo Parramatta, or should that be Calcio Tavolo Parramatta? Stalwarts Daniele and Raffaele Lombardi along with Fabrizio Coco, all quality players, joining the old mates: Steve Dettre, Eliot Kennedy, Johnny Ball, Simon Cole, Stuart Codling from the days of action in the 70s, and then Dominic Grenot and Will Johncock from the 80s. Added to that was Steve’s son Louis, a recent convert to the game, and Hermann Kruse, a recruit from Germany. For Simon, Stuart, Dom, Hermann and Will, it was their first taste of competition in the ‘new era’ of the Australian game.
The action started with one upset: Will beating Daniele 1-0, which cost Daniele a place in the Qfinals. Eliot and Fabrizio battled to a 0-0 with a range of shots failing to produce a winner. Steve once again drew his son in a competitive match, and Louis responded by pushing him all the way, missing with a glorious shot on the run that skipped just wide as Steve fumbled for his keeper. Johnny and Stuart experimented with Sniper 2.0 as well as their traditional 00 figures, and Stuart scored a creditable 1-1 draw with Dom.
In the quarter-finals, Johnny had to fight all the way to beat Louis 1-0, who was lining up for a possible equalizer when the buzzer went. Fabrizio and Eliot scored comfortable wins, and then met in the semi where once again shots were Eliot’s downfall. Steve beat Johnny by a comfortable 3-0, but the long range shooting deserted him in the final, where the precise, accurate build-ups by Fabrizio stretched his defence. So at 0-0, it was down to shots, Fabrizio claiming the prize 2-1. And then it was off to the pub, to analyse “that flick”, “that shot” and “that curl”.
And to agree that Subbuteo really was the winner.
(Report by Steve Dettre)