A quick look at the results collected in the second third of September. We had WASPA events in England, Wales, Ireland, Australia and the Netherlands.
|Action in Leicester|
|Bob Varney Open champion|
|Mick Hammonds was Plate winner|
The most amazing event of the month was held in Leicester (https://www.facebook.com/groups/571403958031872), England and had a fantastic turnout of 32 players coming from 11 different clubs!
|Brian Daley (winner) and Cayne Matthews (runner-up)|
In Wales, this month's London Road SC (https://www.facebook.com/groups/1699324517049032) tournament was played by 7 players in a league format. Brian Daley won the tournament on goal-diffrence after sharing the first place on points with Cayne Matthews. Ruby Matthews was 3rd. Other involved players were Brendan Ashley (4th), Lucasz Whittle (5th), Yorkshire's Ian Sharp (6th) and Brian Hall (7th).
In Ireland, the first Tralee and Munster (https://www.facebook.com/groups/382626976190248) event of the season was played by 4 players. After 5 sessions, David Elton won the event with 11 points while Jeff Murphy was runner-up, Cian Hogan third and William Magnier fourth.
In Surrey (https://www.facebook.com/groups/858264647945999), the first event of the season was played by 5 players in a league format. Simon Goodman took the honors while other contestors were Lee Fenton (2nd), London SC's Tony Banks (3rd), Mark Hammersley (4th) and Alex Fenton (5th).
|Alan Kimber (in red) was the special guest of the night|
The first Solent (https://www.facebook.com/groups/2759539824274495) tournament of the season was also a success as 15 players attended the nigh played in Swiss system. The special guest of the night was australia's Alan Kimber who proved to be a strong competitor, finishing in fourth place. Jason Christopher was undefeated and won the tournament while Malcolm Jamieson was runner-up and Andover's Chris Burford was third.
While Alan was in Europe, the other Perth (https://www.facebook.com/groups/1233903783292458) players had their monthly event. 4 players competed in home and away fixtures and Tan Yew Loy won his 6 games to win the event. Noel Mani was runner-up, Chris Thorn 3rd and Ron Byrne 4th.
In Brisbane (https://www.facebook.com/brisbanesubbuteoclubinc), 5 players attended the second chris Scoles Memorial tournament. Home and away fixtures were played so that all players had 8 games. Giuseppe Tardiota was the winner of the day while other players were Kevin Halliday (2nd), Gus Gillespie (3rd), Gareth Whalley (4th) and Wayne Miller (5th).
|Jarno marks vs René Bolte|
Finally, the first tournament in the Netherlands this season took place last Wednesday in Gouda (https://www.facebook.com/Subbuteonederland). 11 players were taking part and legend Patrick de Jong took the first place while Nico Marks was runner-up. Maurice Montone was third and René Bolte was fourth. The next events in Gouda will be held on October 11, November 15 and December 20.
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