Tuesday, 7 July 2020

WASPA standings in the end of June 2020

Dear friends,
you will find in the enclosed files the updated results and rankings of the WASPA circuit.

Results file
Ranking file

Things are slowly getting back to a more normal situation. We had 10 tournaments in June, which is much less than usual but it's encouraging for the future.

Roligans regional tournament in Greece
Greece was the most active nation with 5 tournaments held in Ilioupoli and Kallithea. Italy saw two small events run in Firenze. The first event of the season in Austria took place in Vienna (we are very happy to see the Royal 78 club back in action). Australia is still one of the active nations with clubs in Perth and Brisbane having regular meetings but we are aware the situation is much more complicated in some other parts of the country.

WASPA is back in Austria
Therefore, please be aware health has no price nd safety should remain our number 1 priority. We all love the game but we can't take any risk just to play. Clubs in some nations like Belgium or the Netherlands are currently aware they are not allowed to organize tournaments so they will take the time needed to get regular events again.

Action in Brisbane, Australia
Anyway, it seems like we'll have some events played under WASPA banner in July in Malta and England and we wish organizers good luck!

We stay at your disposal for any info regarding the WASPA circuit.

Yours sincerely,

Vincent Coppenolle, WASPA organizer

Wednesday, 1 July 2020

Celebrations for the Roligans

Players at the promotional event

Our Greek friends of the Roligans club in Ilioupoli had a great month with 2 WASPA events held in June. The first tournament was a "promotional event" with a good turnout of 11 players. Anastasios proftis was the winner of the day with all games won. 

Priftis finished on top of the Swiss lader while local organizer Georgios Dimakeas was runner-up and Evangelos Kotrotsos was third.
Presentation of the trophies at the Regional tournament

A few days later, 16 players attended the "WASPA regional tournament" organized in the premises of the club. it was a knock-out event with Georgios Dimakeas defeating Anastasios Priftis (3-2) in the final while Thresyboulos Gagas and Angelos Foutrakis were the semi-finalists. Athanasios Karamanis defeated Georgios Pityhoutis in the final of the consolation tournament.
A good turnout for the Regional event played under WASPA banner

It was a great day of table football and we hope to see more Greek clubs able to organize tournaments again in the near future!

Tuesday, 30 June 2020

Alexander Haas wins come-back tournament in Vienna

Top 3 of the day: Heinz Eder (2), Alexander Haas (1) and Christian Haas (3)
Table football was back in Austria last week-end with the TSC Royal 78 club organizing a WASPA tournament in their premises in Vienna. 8 players competed in a fair a positive spirit with Alexander haas defeating Heinz Eder int he final to claim the title. Christian Haas defeated Günther Bamberzky in the game for the third place. Bamberzky has been number 1 in the FISTF ranking of veterans but made his WASPA debut on Saturday.

Sunday, 14 June 2020

Giuseppe Tardiota does it again in Brisbane

Brisbane Subbuteo club is back in action. After a long break of two months, the club held their monthly WASPA event this week-end and was glad to see three new players: Kevin Holliday, Wayne Miller and Ben Harback. Gus Gillespie finished on top of the table while Giuseppe Tardiota was runner-up. In the final Giuseppe managed to defeat Gus (2-1) to claim the title while Kevin Halliday beat Gareth Whalley in the game for the third place. It was a great time for all and all players were glad to play table football again.

Thursday, 4 June 2020

The Roligans club is back in action

Last Sunday the Roligans players organized a tournament in their club room. It was obviously the first event after the coronavirus break. 17 players including some new players were taking part. After the Swiss system (4 sessions), a test-match was needed to decide the winner and Evangelos Kotrotsos defeated his father Chris to claim the trophy.

Final table:
1. Evangelos Kotrotsos (GRE/rol)
2. Chris Kotrotsos (GRE/rol)
3. Konstantinos Sochoritis (GRE/-)
4. Giorgos Dimakeas (GRE/rol)
5. Giorgos Pitihoutis (GRE/flm)
6. Aggelos Foutrakis (GRE/rol)
7. Dimitrios Rebis (GRE/rol)
8. Nikolaos Prombonas (GRE/-)
9. Georgios Karachalios (GRE/rol)
10. Panagiotis Charamis (GRE/rol)
11. Stavros Mesonisanakis (GRE/rol)
12. Anastasios Prekas (GRE/-)
13. Marios Foteinopoulos (GRE/rol)
14. Athanasios Kotrotsos (GRE/rol)
15. Ioulianos Prombonas (GRE/-)
16. Konstantinos Pipinis (GRE/-)
17. Panagiotis Skouros (GRE/rol)

Sunday, 31 May 2020

Some short news from Italy

Hi everybody, here are some news from Italy!

1. Tournament coming up!
Massimo Balestrieri is sending us some details about a "on-line tournament" taking place from June 20 to 28.
Main Sponsor is Subbuteoland of the international player Saverio Bari (Reggio Emilia).
Registration is free.
Here a Game Page with videos as a quick example: http://tornei.calcioinminiatura.it/on-line/registra_partita_ol.php?partita_id=6200
Here the Rules (English): https://www.calcioinminiatura.it/rules-for-subbuteo-table-soccer-on-line-tournament/
Stay Home, Join Us and Play !

For more informations email to m.balestrieri@gonetwork.it (FISTF player ITA1551)

2. WASPA is back in Firenze
The lockdown is slowly coming to an end. A very small tournament with three players took place last Wednesday in Firenze.

Luca pini ended on top of the league format while Marco Bonciani was runner-up and Stefano Barducci took the third place.

We hope things come back to normal soon and more projects will develop in Italy!

Wednesday, 27 May 2020

Subbuteo table football is back in Perth

There are good signs of hope for all table football fans around the world. The first WASPA tournament after the lockdown took place on Saturday in Perth, Australia. The local group was proud to become the first Subbuteo Club in the World to start up again. They obliged and met all the Covid19 guidelines in order to restart according to Western Australia laws currently in place from the State government (rules differ in other states).

"We have one active case now in Western Australia, which is nearly the size of Europe with just 2.8 million population. We also took all precautions on the Saturday when we hosted a WASPA league format. We are nearly at stage 3 restrictions here which effectively means we are clear until we open up our boarders which have now been closed since early March here", commented Ross McNulty after the tournament.

As a reminder, WASPA tournaments will only be allowed in countries where clubs have the approval of the local government. Until them, stay safe and take care of yourself and your family!

Final standings of the Perth tournament:
1. Ross McNulty
2. Alan Kimber
3. Noel Mani
4. Ron Byrne
5. Chris Thorn
6. Adam Taylor

Monday, 4 May 2020

WASPA rankings of April 2020

Dear Subbuteo friends, you will find in the attached link the monthly standings of the WASPA circuit.

No need to say there are not many changes as we had absolutely no activity in April. Our priority right now is to be sure all our players and their families are doing well.

There will be better days for all of us and we are sure that there will soon be a time to play some WASPA tournaments again.

As the organizer of the WASPA circuit, I want to send my support to all local organizers who have to keep the faith in these difficult days. Please continue to promote your club and your activities. It's important to communicate and to keep the interest for the game alive.
We have seen on several different Facebook groups that many people wanted to get info about the game (in particular in the UK) and we are sure that once things go back to normal, there will be some people wanting to attend our tournaments.

We got news from Australia, Malta and Spain where some local projects are under way for next season. We are also glad to see that many events are already in the agenda for next season in the UK.

Back to the rankings, we lost the players who attended their last event in April 2018, which means we lost about 40 players this month. There are very small changes in the overall ranking and the junior ranking.

We really hope to get feedback from as many of you to know what you expect from WASPA for the future as we can start preparing next season already!

If some juniors (born in 2003 or later) don't appear in the ranking, it means we don't have their birthdates so please send your feedback.

Please remember you only need 3 players to register your tournament. Don't be scared to join. It's free and tournament requests can be sent by e-mail to vincent.cop@rsca.com or vincentcoppenolle@gmail.com

Please invite your friends to join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/waspasubbuteo/
 
Keep in mind WASPA is also looking for partners. If you know any company ready to support us (we don’t ask for money but we want some win-win agreements so that we can promote each other), don't hesitate to contact me at vincent.cop@rsca.com or vincentcoppenolle@gmail.com 
 
Ideas to develop the WASPA circuit, to get new clubs/nations involved or to make things more attractive are always welcome. We stay at your disposal for more info.

Please take care of yourself. Stay safe!
Vincent

Monday, 6 April 2020

WASPA standings of March 2020

Dear all, you will find in the attached files the standings of the WASPA circuit in the end of March.

Link to WASPA ranking - March 20
WASPA Season results 2019-2020

There is no need to say we are living in a very difficult period. Due to the coronavirus, we will not put any pressure on local organizers to host more tournaments in the next few weeks. The important thing nowadays is to stay at home and to take care of yourself and your family.

Players at the Wolverhampton tournament
Despite all this, we added 10 tournaments in the records in March. We didn't post much on the blog because it was a weird situation with many players not being sure is travelling to play a tournament was a right decision.

Fantastic turnout for the Sankt Pauli tournament
Special thanks to the Sank Pauli club in Germany for holding a great event with some foreign players. Once again our German friends did a great job.

The Wolverhampton club in England also had a good day of table football with ten players meeting in Swiss system and everyone had six games. We are very proud to see Chris Short winning his first WASPA tournament.

Players in Dublin
The Irish Championship had a good stage in Dublin with some old and new faces taking part and Mark Farrell winning another tournament.

Apologies if the results of all tournaments have not been published on the WASPA blog but you can find all details of registered results in the attached PDF file.

Maybe a few results are missing in the PDF file. If you see missing data, please get in touch so that I can correct the files.

Action in Firenze
There are not too many changes in the rankings and we don't know if there will be updates in April. We are crossing the fingers to see more WASPA action in the near future.

If some juniors (born in 2003 or later) don't appear in the ranking, it means we don't have their birthdates so please send your feedback.

Players at the Roligans tournament in Ilioupoli
Please remember you only need 3 players to register your tournament. Don't be scared to join. It's free and tournament requests can be sent by e-mail to vincent.cop@rsca.com

Keep an eye on the WASPA blog at http://waspa-circuit.blogspot.com as there are updates almost every day.

Action in Northern California
Please invite your friends to join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/waspasubbuteo/
We also have a WASPA page here: https://www.facebook.com/WASPA-World-Amateur-Subbuteo-Players-Association-231789816834700/

Keep in mind WASPA is also looking for partners. If you know any company ready to support us (we don’t ask for money but we want some win-win agreements so that we can promote each other), don't hesitate to contact me at vincent.cop@rsca.com or vincentcoppenolle@gmail.com

Ideas to develop the WASPA circuit, to get new clubs/nations involved or to make things more attractive are always welcome. We stay at your disposal for more info.

Stay safe!

Yours sincerely,
Vincent Coppenolle

Thursday, 19 March 2020

Conan Mullen wins St Paddy's tournament



The Northern California St Paddy’s Tournament took place on March 14 in Santa Rosa, CA.

It was the club's last tournament before isolation.
Conan Mullen is the winner based on scoring 1 more goal than Varant Kurkeyerian. Rumors say an Irishman should win St Paddy's!

Five players were taking part and everyone had a great time!

Good luck to our friends in California as they can only go out to work and get food until April 6th.

Final table
1. Conan Mullen
2. Varant Kurkeyerian
3. Vincent Vidal
4. Sam Omiotek
5. Jordan Olenberger

Monday, 16 March 2020

5th WASPA victory for Davide Visani


In the beginning of the month, the club of Firenze organized the fourth tournament of the domestic circuit with games being played under WASPA banner.. As always, the Swiss system was used to decide the winners and Davide Visani took the honors after winning three of his four games (he also tied against Tiberio Becucci) to claim his 5th WASPA title. Stefano Barducci was runner-up. A total of 13 players took place with Gabriele Allegria (Seagulls Viareggio) as only "foreigner" besides 12 members of the local club.

Huge thanks to the club of Firenze for the good work. All our support is given to the Italian Subbuteo Community who is living a sad period nowadays. We'll be back stronger soon!

Final standings:
1. Davide Visani
2. Stefano Barducci
3. Marco Bonciani
4. Matteo Cherici
5. Emanuele Cattani
6. Tiberio Becucci
7. Mirko Masini
8. Alessio Riccio
9. Francesco Gori
10. Gabriele Allegria
11. Riccardo Ferri
12. Gabriele Casati
13. Luca Pini

Saturday, 14 March 2020

Rasmus Lund wins in Sankt Pauli

The third edition of the "Subbuteo Sankt Pauli Cup" was a success. The tournament was played on March 8 with guests travelling sometimes from far away to play.

The tournament consisted in a Swiss system with 6 games for all 18 players so a total of 54 games were played over the day.

Rasmu Lund from Denmark was the great winner of the day as he was able to win his six games. The fight for the second place was very close with four players sharing the honors with 12 points but Anders Buhl Hansen had a better goal-difference (+5) than Marcus Tilgner (+4), Edin Mulasmajc (+3) and Thomas Petersen (+2). There were also representatives from Greece, Northern Ireland and Spain taking part so it was a very international event!

Everybody had a great time so the appointment is made for next year already!

Final standings (all Germans unless noted):
1. Rasmus Lund (Denmark)
2. Anders Buhl Hansen (Denmark)
3. Marcus Tilgner
4. Edin Mulasmajic
5. Thomas Petersen (Denmark)
6. Sven Schilling
7. Fred Elesbao
8. Daria Prazynski
9. Simon Stewart (Northern Ireland)
10. Marius Willhaus
11. Charis Chatziplaton (Greece)
12. Nico Pretzel
13. Philip Hansen
14. Christian Emil Christiansen (Denmark)
15. Marian Flemer (*junior player)
16. Ralf Offenborn
17. Marcos Perianes (Spain)
18. Andre Lange

Friday, 13 March 2020

WASPA results and standings in the end of February

Dear all, you will find in the attached files the standings of the WASPA circuit in the end of February.

WASPA ranking - February 20
WASPA Season results 2019-2020

We have added results of 28 regional events, 1 tournament with the old rules. Results of the NETFA mini-leagues and the Dutch league in Gouda have also been added.

Table football in Oberbachern, Germany
We were glad to see great events taking place in February, among them, here are a few highlights:
- The 2nd leg of the Irish Championship had a good turnout of 8 in Strabane;
- Two events have been held during the Australian GP with Malaysia's Mike Dent winning his first WASPA tournament;
- For the first time a US player won a tournament in Canada;
- the yearly tournament in Hoogezand, the Netherlands, had a great turnout of 16;
- Subbuteo.ch held their first WASPA tournament in Switzerland;
- the Live Subbuteo Cup in Greece had many elite players taking part for a total field of 32 entries;
- We were back in Gibraltar with a tournament during the recent Gibraltar FISTF tournament;
- We had more events in Greece, Spain, Australia, Belgium, Singapore, the US, Germany, Wales, South Africa.

First tournament this season in Auvelais, Belgium
Apologies if the results of all tournaments have not been published on the WASPA blog but you can find all details of registered results in the attached PDF file.

Maybe a few results are missing in the PDF file. If you see missing data, please get in touch so that I can correct the files.

If some juniors (born in 2003 or later) don't appear in the ranking, it means we don't have their birthdates so please send your feedback.

Players at the Roligans tournament in Greece
In the different rankings of clubs, we are glad to see the Knighton (Wales) and Black Rose (Italy) joining the Development league.

Please remember you only need 3 players to register your tournament. Don't be scared to join. It's free and tournament requests can be sent by e-mail to vincent.cop@rsca.com

Great atmosphere in Hoogezans, the Netherlands
Please invite your friends to join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/waspasubbuteo/

We also have a WASPA page here: https://www.facebook.com/WASPA-World-Amateur-Subbuteo-Players-Association-231789816834700/

Bryan Arnold (right) after his win at the Toronto tournament in Canada
Keep in mind WASPA is also looking for partners. If you know any company ready to support us (we don’t ask for money but we want some win-win agreements so that we can promote each other), don't hesitate to contact me at vincent.cop@rsca.com or vincentcoppenolle@gmail.com

Ideas to develop the WASPA circuit, to get new clubs/nations involved or to make things more attractive are always welcome. We stay at your disposal for more info.
Yours sincerely,
Vincent Coppenolle, vincent.cop@rsca.com , ++32/477/221902

Thursday, 12 March 2020

Giannis Vlassopoulos wins Live Subbuteo Cup


32 elite Greek players competed in the "3rd Live Subbuteo Cup" taking place in X77, home of the Flaming Flickers, in Kallithea, Athens, Greece.

The first stage was a knock-out round in home and away games with away goals being important in some cases while the next rounds were played in direct knock-out.

The winner was Giannis Vlassopoulos of the Proteas club after a final against with Dimitris Dimopoulos of the italian club Bologna Tigers.

It was a great tournament that was covered live on the Internet and here is the link for the final (with soon a video to follow with the highlights of the day): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GuvV9nQB6sU

Tuesday, 10 March 2020

Mark Farrell wins the Tallaght Open


John Moore and Mark Farrell
The third round of the Irish Championship Circuit took place in Dublin this past weekend. Nine players descended on the west Dublin suburb of Tallaght to take part in a league event to determine the winner in what was the first Dublin WASPA event since 2015.

Notable entries on the day were John Moore playing his first event for five years and also, a new addition to the circuit this year from Dublin was Cormac Lennon, showing good potential for the future.

Each player played eight games over the day in this new format for the circuit and indeed the winner’s trophy was still up for grabs going into the final games of the day.

As it went, Martinóg Bradley from the Derry City club took third place after some improving performances while his teammate Kenny Beggs took the Runner-up spot. Mark Farrell from White Star TFC narrowly took the honours on the day. The next round will be hosted in Derry next month

Monday, 9 March 2020

Milan Knezevic winner in Oberbachern



Earlier in February, a tournament was played in Oberbachern, Germany. Unfortunately 2 of the 6 registered could not make it dur to illness and only four players took part. Milan Knezevic finished on top of the table after home and away games while Roland Popp was runner-up. Renato Parussini and Maurizio Zironi were also taking part. Everybody had a good time and players are already waiting for the next tournament.

Friday, 6 March 2020

Crystal Palace wins the 3rd Anglo-Italian Cup




On February 8, the Flaming Flickers organized a tournament with the old rules in Kallithea, Greece. The "3rd Anglo-Italian Cup" had a good turnout of 12 players with 6 of them playing for Italian football clubs while the 6 other players were representatives of English clubs. In the end Sotiris Korologos (Crystal Palace) defeated Alekos Apatzis (Tottenham) in the final. The semi-finalists were Scotiniotis and V. Dragossis. Thanks to Panos and his friends for another great tournament!

Thursday, 5 March 2020

Belgium: wins for Marain, Heyvaert and Wouters

Some news from Belgium where several events have been held in the last few weeks.

The monthly Templeuve tournament was held on February 21 with 7 players competing in Swiss ladder. Geoffrey Marain was the clear winner of the night but the was a close fight to decide who will finish on the podium. Matthias Averlant was finallt decided runner-up thanks to more goals scored then Michaël Dupret. Eric Caillauw was 4th, Vincent Coppenolle 5th, Olivier Bodelle 6th and Sébastien Sorge 7th.

Players in Auvelais (picture by Dominique Massart)
In Auvelais, the tournament held on February 21 had also 7 players taking part. It was nice to see the WASPA debut of Nicolas Wagner (SC Temploux). Players were divided into two groups. Pol Serwy finished on top of group A but couldn't resist to Jérôme Heyvaert (Master Sanremo) who won the final (3-1). Vincent Guyaux defeated his brother Fabrice to take the third place.

Finally, the March tournament of the SC Flanders club took place on Monday with 8 players taking part.

We were very happy to see some players coming back, not only Gary Moore (Ireland but based in Belgium) but also Dimitri Schuermans. Dave Wouters took the honors this time with more goals scored than Jos Ceulemans.

Three players tied for the third place with 6 points and once again the goals difference was needed to give Johan Lourdon a place on the podium.

Wednesday, 4 March 2020

2020 Lake Effect Trophy in the books

2020 Lake Effect Trophy participants (from left): Peter, Eric, Paul, and Bryan.
On Sunday, February 10, Grand Rapids TSC hosted its traditional winter tournament: the Lake Effect Trophy. For the second year in a row, the event took place in East Lansing and was part of the WASPA circuit.

For the first time in the event’s history, we had the great pleasure of welcoming a player from the East Coast: Bryan Arnold of Northern Virginia Union TSC and Team USA.

After an interesting group stage, both semifinals ended 2-1: with Peter Alegi and Bryan Arnold edging out Paul Pate and Eric Walton, respectively. Peter claimed the title with a 4-0 win in the final. Eric won the consolation game. As is typical this time of year in Michigan, snow fell as we made our way home. It wouldn’t be the Lake Effect Trophy otherwise!

GROUP STAGE
Peter Alegi – Eric Walton 4-0
Paul Pate – Bryan Arnold 0-3
Bryan A. – Peter A. 0-1
Eric W. – Paul P. 1-1
Peter A. – Paul P. 4-0
Eric W. – Bryan A. 0-1

STANDINGS
Peter A. 9 points (GF 9 GA 0)
Bryan A. 6 (4-1)
Eric W. 1 (1-6)
Paul P. 1 (1-8)

SEMIFINALS
Peter A. – Paul . 2-1
Bryan A. – Eric W. 2-1

CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL
Peter A. – Bryan A. 4-0

3rd PLACE FINAL
Eric W. – Paul P. 2-1

Tuesday, 3 March 2020

Derry City Winter Cup 2020

Well the winter cup lived up to its name , with a significant snowfall on the eve of the competition in Derry the event looked in doubt , but 5 hardy souls finally assembled at the DerryCity SocialClub to contest the WASPA event .

Stewart (Belfast) Mór and Rodgers (Donegal) all made the trip while local lads Morrow and Watson (Derry) completing the line up it was all set for a cracking event .

The first round of fixtures threw up the arch rivals Stewart and Watson to contest the Stand Firm Cup a competition played between 2 rival Scottish football fans of the old firm. Stewart the current holder was under the cosh for most of the first half but a one of counter attack and his first shot on target was enough to seal the win and retain the trophy despite a second half of sustained pressure that seen Watson have 10 shots on target, in the other game Jude Morrow and his Melchester Rovers side took on competition favourite Brendan Rodgers and it was a early statement from Rodgers with a 3-0 victory for the Donegal man.

The next round of results seen a brace of Draws with Watson and Mór tie 0-0 and Morrow and Stewart also opting for the bore draw.

Round 3 seen a thrilling 1-1 draw between Stewart and Rodgers enough to see Stewart go top of the table and a 1-0 victory for Mór against Roy of the rovers Jude Morrow .

Round 4 was seen Watson revive his title ambitions with a 1-0 victory over Donegal subbuteo’s Brendan Rodgers while Oisin Mór held on for a 0-0 with Craig Stewart to put the final round of games into a exciting climax .

With Stewart playing all his games he sat top of the table going into the final round of games , a draw for Mór against Rodger would be enough for a shootout with Stewart for the win with both having the same goal difference , a win for Rodgers would be a
Enough to walk away with another title , while in the other game a win for Watson against Jude Morrow and a draw in the Rodgers Mór game would hand Watson the title . Despite efforts by all it was a double 0-0 draw that seen Mór and Stewart both finishing top on same points and same goals to head to a penalty shoot out , both players have never won a monthly WASPA so it was going to be one hack of a shootout.

A early goal for Stewart was followed by a early miss by Mór which  would be one of 4 misses that would see Craig win 2-0 on shots and take his first ever WASPA completion proving his experience in the Europa league as a guest player for Wolverhampton was good enough for the Belfast to take home the top prize . Oisin Mór will go back to Donegal happy with his first runners up prize and them vital WASPA points while Brendan Rodgers took 3rd spot on goal difference to Lawrence Watson and Judd Morrow took 5th place with 2 fantastic draws against Watson and overall winner Stewart to back up in amazing 2-2 draw with Mark Farrell earlier this month in the championship round 2. Morrow is starting to prove his Roy of the Rovers side are the real deal.

Monday, 2 March 2020

Hermann Kruse wins in Berlin

We are happy to get news from Berlin, Germany. Last Wednesday the SC Berlin players organized a WASPA tournament with two categories. 8 players were competing divided intou two groups of 4. The experienced players competed in the main event with Hermann Kruse winning the tournament. In Division B newcomer Ronny Lange topped the table and will play a playoff for promotion against Nico Müller who came fourth in the Division A.


Division 1 table:
1. Hermann Kruse 12 points
2. Oliver Kruse 10 points
3. Alberto Tarantino 5 points
4. Nico Müller 3 points


Division 2 table:
1. Ronny Lange 12 points
2. Erik Klossowski 11 points
3. Hermine Kruse 4 points
4. Peer Fülster 3 points