Friday 31 December 2021

Subbuteo table football is back in Yokohama


We have received great news from Japan where our old friend Kenzo Koi organized a small tournament under WASPA banner on December 30. Kenzo, who is the historic organizer of the game in Japan, managed to have 5 players.

After the group stage, the standings were as follows:

1. Kenzo Koi (8 points)
2. Suguru Fujino (7 points)
3. Takafumi Kido (6 points)
4. Takafumi Tokita (5 points)
5. Yoshiyuki Okano (1 points)

After the group stages, finals were played. Kenzo Koi won the big game against Suguru Fujino (1-0) to claim the victory while Takafumi Kido defeated Takafumi Tokita in the game for the third place (3-0).

Huge thanks to Kenzo for organizing the tournament. We are looking forward to see Japan holding more WASPA events in the near future and we also hope there will be further developments, possibly with other organizers!

Thursday 30 December 2021

Sean takes the Christmas Challenge

December the 15th saw the second leg of the Randburg Nite Series, namely the annual Christmas Challenge proudly hosted by the Johannesburg TFC, aka the 'Joburg Eagles'.

A very good field of 8 players played a round robin league system whereby each player played 7 games.

It was great to welcome back the Joburg Eagles stalwarts in Johan Nieuwenhuys and Chris Dimmer. Both of these players have been friends for over 55 years and have been playing this great game for almost the same time period. It was also great to see Waynne Pienaar and his son Jason.

Once again the tournament was played in the true festive spirit with the normal banter and chirps between all the players. 

Sean Morgan rounded off a very impressive year and comfortably won yet another tournament to cement his spot as the top ranked player on the local circuit. His fine showing in the SA Champs by only losing to renowned English Superstar Justin Finch in the final. Jason Kennedy was also in great form and clinched the runners-up spot. Clifford claimed third spot with Johan edging out Chris in their life-long Subbuteo rivalry, by the smallest of margins.

Waynne secured the family bragging rights by edging out his son to claim the seventh spot.

Everybody at the Joburg Eagles and all fellow South African Subbuteo flickers would like to wish everybody a very blessed Christmas and a prosperous New Year free of this persistent Chinese Covid scurge.

(Report by Clifford Graaff)

Friday 24 December 2021

England: Results and news from five different clubs

Here is a quick summary of results collected from different tourmanets in England. Huge thanks to the clubs of Solent, Worthing, Liverpool, Stanway and Manchester for organizing tournaments under WASPA banner.

Solent Subbuteo Club: Jason Christopher wins the club league

Jason Christopher receives trophy from Corey Martin

The Solent club has been very active in December. In the beginning of the month, the club held a small tournament with five players taking part. Corey Martin finished on top and won his first WASPA tournament.

Tournament table:
1. Corey Martin
2. Paul Izard
3. Steve Smith
4. Roger Duckworth
5. Malcolm Jamieson

The Solent League Cup was also completed a few days ago with Jason christopher winning the final against Paul Pearson. Congratulations to Jason for winning not only the Cup but also the club league. Main results are as follows:

Jason Christopher - Steve Smith 8-0 & 4-1
Malcolm Jamieson - Paul Izard 0-1 & 1-3
Paul Pearson - Corey Martin 2-1 & 1-0
Roger Duckworth - Dave Hunter 0-0 & 3-0

Jason Christopher - Paul Izard 3-0 & 4-1
Paul Pearson - Roger Duckworth 2-0 & 1-0

Final: Jason Christopher - Paul Pearson 3-1

Final for 3rd place: Paul Izard - Roger Duckworth 2-1

Club league table:

1. Jason Christopher 78 points
2. Paul Pearson 62
3. Paul Izard 50
4. Corey Martin 47
5. Malcolm Jamieson 33
6. Steve Smith 24
7. Roger Duckworth -23
8. Dave Hunter 2

The Solent club on Facebook:

Steve Taylor wins Worthing tournament

The Worthing club held a tournament with 7 players competing in a league format. Steve Taylor took the honors and claimed his first WASPA title.

Final table:
1. Steve Taylor
2. Dave Croucher
3. Shaun Allison
3. Ian Maskell
5. Nathan Holley
6. Chris Stapleton
7. Sam Virgoe

Worthing Fivestar on Facebook:

Small Surrey Saracens tournament

The Surrey Saracens club had a small turnout of three players at their latest tournament. Simon Goodman won the tournament. Hopefully there will be more WASPA action at the club in 2022.

Final table:
1. Simon Goodman
2. Lee Fenton
3. Gianluca Zucchelli

Alan Lee wins the Stanway Rovers tournament

Also a small turnout at Kevin Coredll's club and once again Alan Lee takes the honors, claiming another WASPA tournament. Final standings were as follows:

1. Alan Lee
2. Kevin Cordell
3. Adam Douglas

Liverpool: Phil Redman is back

The latest Liverpool tournament had a smaller field than expected but it was great to see Subbuteo Legend Phil Redman taking part. Phil defeated Brian Daley in the decisive game to win the tournament.

Final table:
1. Phil Redman
2. Brian Daley
3. Chris Bedford
4. Lucasz Whittle
5. Gavin Roper

Liverpool Table Soccer Club on Facebook:

Dominant Brian Daley wins in Manchester

Brian Daley shown his class has he won the final club night of 2021. Conceding no goals and scoring 21 over 6 games, the night belonged to Daley.

Danny Lilley came in second place with Shaun Dunne and Lucaz coming 3rd & 4th respectively.

The next W.A.S.P.A club night will be Friday 4th February 2022 (TBC)

Final table:
1. Brian Daley
2. Danny Lilley
3. Shaun Dunne
4. Lucasz Whittle

Manchester Subbuteo Club on Facebook:

Manchester Subbuteo Cub website:

Wednesday 22 December 2021

Belgium: december tournaments in Templeuve, Antwerp and Tournai

Belgium has been active in the WASPA circuit in December with three tournaments organized by different clubs.

The Templeuve Christmas Cup was held last Friday and 11 players were taking part. The Christmas Cup is the traditional club's main event of the season but this year, due to the rescheduled national calendar, the national league for clubs took place during the week-end so the Templeuve tournament was rescheduled from Saturday to Friday evening and, as a consequence, only players from the area were taking part. Geoffrey Marain won his four games to claim the title. With the new covid restrictions announced in the country, it is not sure yet that there will be another tournament in January.

Final standings:

1. Geoffrey Marain (AS Hennuyer)
2. Vincent Coppenolle (Templeuve)
3. Matthias Averlant (Templeuve)
4. Michaël Dupret (MT Tournai)
5. Kevin Wallez (Templeuve)
6. Benjamin Marain (Templeuve)
7. Didier Moons (Templeuve)
8. Sébastien Sorge (FRA/Templeuve)
9. Eric Caillaux (FRA/Templeuve)
10. Loris Celton (Templeuve)
11. Jocelyn Celton (Templeuve)

In Antwerp, the SC Flanders players met on Monday with 8 players attending the club's 72nd WASPA tournament. Once again, David Wouters proved to be the "man of the season" by winning another event while Jos Ceulemans was (onc again) runner-up.

Final standings:
1. David Wouters (SC Flanders)
2. Jos Ceulemans (SC Flanders)
3. Johan Lourdon (SC Flanders)
4. Geert Leys (SC Flanders)
5. Stéphane Lambert (Yokohama OSC)
6. Robin Somers (SC Flanders)
7. Vincent Wouters (SC Flanders)
8. Dirk Sucre (SC Flanders)

A bit earlier in the month, the club of Tournai held a small "promotional event" with 6 players. No surprise here as host Michaël Dupret won his three games to win the tournament while Templeuve United's Didier Moons was a great runner-up.

Finals standings: 
1. Michaël Dupret (MT Tournai)
2. Didier Moons (Templeuve)
3. Stéphane Lambert (Yokohama OSC)
4. Sébastien Sorge (FRA/Templeuve)
5. Jocelyn Celton (Templeuve)
6. Loris Celton (Templeuve)

Tuesday 21 December 2021

Brian Daley wins London Road December tournament

Finalist Ruby Matthews and tournament winner Brian daley sharing honors

Last Saturday London Road Subbuteo Club held the club's monthly tournament with a good field of 8 players. 6 London Road players were joined by Daniel Lilley and Shaun Dunne of Manchester SC for the event. Group 1 saw Brian Daley win with 3 wins and Ruby Matthews coming second with 2 wins. Group 2 saw Cayne Matthews win with 3 wins and Shaun Dunne come second with 2 wins. 

The Plate event was won by Daniel Lilley of Manchester beating London Road player Lucaz Whittle in the final. 

WASPA event saw Brian Daley of London Road defeat Shaun Dunne of Manchester in the semi-final. The other semi saw Ruby Matthews beat her dad Cayne 2-0. The final was played between two London Road players but 12 year old Ruby was out done by Brian Daley in a heavy defeat. 

Danny Lilley presenting the trophy to Ruby

It was a great day of play and all players mentioned how much fun they had.

During the tournament, Victory Kits owner and WASPA sponsor Daniel Lilley presented Ruby with her Junior World WASPA Number 1 2020-21 season trophy.

Monday 20 December 2021

Varant Kurkeyerian winner in Atascadero

The first annual "Gypsy Social" was played on Saturday, December 18 in Atascadero, CA!

Goal machine, Jake Schoonmaker celebrated 21 goals heading into his final with Varant Kurkeyerian. Varant matched his intensity and defeated Jake, 4-1 in the final.

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Sunday 19 December 2021

Barry Spence wins the Derry Christmas Cup

The Christmas Cup took place last Monday in Derry, Northern Ireland.

A tight run race to the finish following a 0-0 draw between Spence and Bradley, which took the competition to the last 2 games of the night with Bradley narrowly in front on goal difference. Oisi Mor proved to tough defensively for Bradley and another 0-0 wasn’t enough. Spence got the goal he needed against Watson to finish 2 poo ya clear at the top of the table. 

Lawrence Watson and Craig Stewart played another round of their own ‘Stand Firm Cup’ with 2 times champion Stewart finally giving up the title to Watson after a 1-0 win

Many thanks to all and a merry Christmas !

Friday 17 December 2021

Tardiota and Vickers winners in Brisbane

Last Sunday Brisbane Subbuteo club held another WASPA tournament, which was the last one for this year. Giuseppe Tardiota won the Division 1 tournament on goals scored while New Zealand's Gerry Vickers took the honors in Division 2. Congratulations to the winners and Merry Christmas to our friends Down Under.

Wednesday 15 December 2021

New organizers in Firenze

Last week-end there was a WASPA tournament in the Italian city of Firenze but for the first time, there was a different organizer. The Nuovo Falco Subbuteo Club hed an event played by 12 competitors using the modern rules but... traditional Subbuteo material. 11 of the 12 players made their WASPA debut, which is fantastic. After the 11 sessions, Stefano Cafaggi (Labronico) was the winner of the day. Huge thanks to local organizer Crisian Cecconi for the great job! This is hopefullt the first of many other events to come.

Final standings:

1. Stefano Cafaggi (Labronico) 33 points

2. Cristian Cecconi (Nuovo Falco) 23

3. Filippo Becattini (Subbuteo Club Valdarno) 23

4. Stefano Calzeroni (Nuovo Falco) 21

5. Angelo Micoli (Subbuteo Club Valdarno) 19

6. Iuri Rampi Fonzie (La Signoria) 17

7. Leonardo Marino (SC Villains Firenze) 16

8. Mirko Cappelli (Sombrero San Miniato) 14

9. Fabrizio Chimenti (SC Pantere Lucca) 12

10. Massimo Talozzi (no club) 8

11. Emiddio Giggi Figliolino (Labronico) 3

12. Gabriele Petocchi (Nuovo Falco) 1

Tuesday 14 December 2021

Sydney TFC Christmas Cup 2021

We are happy to see Sydney TFC hosting their Christmas Cup. The tournament was held last week with a great turnout of 14 players who where divided into 2 groups of 3 and 2 groups of 4 players. here is the report from the club official Facebook page:

"Really nice to see players coming back to the game after few years of inactivity and also good to see new faces taking part and adding into our subbuteo community after months of lockdown!

Congratulations to all the players especially the two who reached the final and battled out to bring the trophy at home! 

Fabrizio Coco after 5 years the competition was born, finally took the trophy at home defeating Raffaele Lombard after a very tight and exciting game finished 0-0 at the normal time (Fabrizio won on penalties shots 3-2).

Thanks once again to everybody who attended and to Steve Dettre who set up the live stream, Well done mate!!!

Wishing everybody a safe and happy Christmas, see you at the next appointment in Willoughby in 2 weeks time for another WASPA tournament!"

A few days earlier, the club also held the monthly WASPA tournament of November. This time there was a smaller turnout of 5 players and Tony Credentino finished on top of the round robin with the same number of points as Fabrizio Coco but a few more goals scored! Congratulations to Tony!

Monday 13 December 2021

Vittorio de Pascale and Antonio Marullo win old rules events in Italy

This Sunday six players from six different clubs met in the North of Italy to play the Brianza Cup. Competitors from Lombardia played with the old rules in a double round robin, which means every player had 10 games.

In the end, Vittorio de Pascale (Old Lions Macerata) was the winner of the day with 9 wins and a draw while Claudio Colpani (Papata Ponticino) was runner-up with 20 points, Federico Milan (Verona) third (18). other involed players were Carlo Beretta (Fortitudo Genova), Luca Rajna (Black Rose Roma) and Giancarlo Riva (Ligures Genova).

Congratulations to Vittorio for hosting and winning the event and welcome to thos who played their first WASPA tournament.

We are also glad to see the first games played under WASPA banner in Lamezia. Antonio Marullo won the first tournament held earlier this month with Giuseppe Andricciola being runner-up and Alessandro Corigliano finishing third.

Wednesday 8 December 2021

Adrian Connolly wins Western Flickers tournament

Melbourne table football is definately back. Last Friday the Western Flickers had their monthly WASPA gathering with a great turnout of 8 players representing the four different clubs in the area (Western Flickers, Northern Phoenix, Centra Victoria and Melbourne TFC). Adrian Connolly defeated Paul Mercer after shots in the final.

See hereunder several pictures of the tournament.

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Tuesday 7 December 2021

WASPA rankings of November 2021

Dear friends, November has been a very busy month for the WASPA ranking but we are please dto finally send you the updates results and statistics.

PDF file with results

Excel file with rankings

Justin Finch from England was the special guest of the South African championships

We have had this month:

- the National championships in South Africa and for the first time also a tournament with the old rules in Johannesburg;

- action in the new clubs of Dudley-Kingswinford and Sport Vale TFC (England);

- regular meets in Terni (Italy);

- David Wouters winning two events in Antwerp, Belgium;

- the club of Firenze (Italy) playing twice under WASPA banner;

- our Dutch friends in Gouda hosting another tournament;

- some events in the West of Belgium with good turnouts at the events run by the clubs of Tournai and Templeuve;

- Melbourne players back in action in both Western Flickers and Melbourne TFC;

- a tournament in Swiss system in Sydney but also events in other Australian cities uch as Perth and Brisbane;

- 8 players having a great night of play in Derry, Northern Ireland;

- several events organized by the North Shields club (England), Liverpool (TSC (England), North East Midlands SSL (England) and London Road (Wales);

- the USA back in the circuit with a tournament run in Denver, Colorado;

- a fantastic Roy Holden trophy in Wolverhampton (England) with a fantastic field of 22 players.

Top WASPA Junior player Ruby Matthews won the Junior final in Wolverhampton

The leaders of the rankings didn't change this month so the current leaders are now:

- Alan Lee (individual ranking)

- Brian Daley (season ranking)

- Ruby Matthews (junior ranking)

- England (nations)

- London Road Subbuteo Club (top clubs section)

- SC Terni 2014 (Development league)

- London Road Subbuteo Club (junior clubs section)

Former FISTF Sports Director Eric Naszalyi paid a visit to the Templeuve club in Belgium

All your ideas to make the WASPA circuit more attractive are more than welcome. Don't hesitate to send your feedback. We also hope to see more and more clubs running events under WASPA banner in the future.

We also take to opportunity to thank our partners:

- Victory kits at

- Flicks for Kicks at


Players at the latest Brisbane tournament in Australia

Well, that's all for now. 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

Keep an eye on the WASPA blog at as there are updates almost every day.

Please invite your friends to join our Facebook group at

We also have a WASPA page here:

Keep in mind WASPA is also looking for new 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 or

Have a great week.

Vincent Coppenolle, WASPA organizer

Friday 3 December 2021

Chris Short wins Roy Holden Trophy

Chris Short (right) receives trophy from Justin Scott

Wolverhampton TFC players enjoyed a fantastic event at Sunday's Roy Holden Trophy. The competition was played in fantastic spirit which we are sure Roy would of really enjoyed.  

Thanks to the Electric Club for a great venue and a fantastic lunch!  

Well done to the winners!  It was an all Wolves Final with Christian Short winning an incredibly high scoring final 6-4 against Mick Hammonds.  A very fitting game for a great event!

Ruby Matthews from Wales won the Junior event

In the plate event, well done to Colin Fletcher, who went all the way to shots against Rob Ramsey before getting a winner.  

Finally congratulations to Ruby Matthews who won the Junior Final versus Gage Badger!

See more about Wolverhampton Table Football Club at

Thursday 2 December 2021

Justin Finch special guest and winner at the South African championships!

The national championships have been held last week-end in Johannesburg, South Africa. Clifford Graaff sends us report of the three competitions held during the week-end.

Eagles and Easterns share SA Club Champs Trophy!!!

The curtain raiser to the South African Open Subbuteo Championships saw the top 3Subbuteo Clubs battle for the prestigious 'Glass Eagle' award and be crowned as the National Club Title in South Africa. The 3 participating clubs were the Joburg Eagles, ETS Subbuteo Club and Easterns Table Football Club.

The first game saw Easterns surprisingly defeat host club, the Joburg Eagles by 6 points to three. Easterns then surprisingly were held to a 5 all draw by ETS. The final game saw the Joburg Eagles defeat ETS by 8 points to 2. In the final positions, the Joburg Eagles and Easterns both ended on 11 points and a unanimous decision was made to share the coveted 'Glass Eagle' between the two clubs.

Justin Finch claims inaugural SA Champs Old School Title

The South African Subbuteo Festival weekend flicked off on Friday evening with the Johannesburg TFC aka 'The Eagles', hosting the South African Table Football Associations (SATFA) first ever 'Old School Subbuteo National Championships'. 

This was the first ever 'Old School' Subbuteo Tournament hosted by the Joburg Eagles and the unprecedented success will definitely see more of the latter being introduced at the Joburg Eagles events. Kevin Mudie, an ex South African professional football player, was the guest speaker and assisted with the seeded draw.

A very competitive field of 16 players were drawn into 4 groups. Unfortunately due to the Corona - Chinese worries the field could've been a lot bigger, however a great evening of 'Old School' Subbuteo fun was had on the classic 'cereal bowl' bases.

English superstar, Justin Finch was a most welcome guest, and proved his superior class against the cream of the crop from South Africa.

The top two players from each group qualified for the quarter finals which saw Justin, Sean Morgan, Clinton Gahwiler and Ian Clarke claim good wins to qualify for the semi finals.

The semi finals dished up two very close and competitive games which saw Justin and Ian qualify for the Final by virtue of one goal advantages against Sean and Jason Kennedy.

The semi finals dished up two very close and competitive games which saw Justin and Ian qualify for the Final by virtue of one goal advantages against Sean and Jason Kennedy.

The first 'Old School SA Final' produced a tight game, however the sheer class and experience of Justin proved superior and he claimed a 1 nil victory against Ian Clarke, who must be a contender for 'Most Improved Player' on the local South African circuit.

English Superstar captures South African title!

Saturday the 27th of November saw the playing of the 6th South African National Table Football Championships proudly hosted by the Joburg Eagles and sponsored by Ola Ice Cream and Just for You Meals.

Randburg AFC hosted the above and the Senior Open proved to be the crème de la crème of the Weekend of Festival Subbuteo.

An immaculately presented hall featuring six tables ranging from a retro Subbuteo field, three impeccably produced local pitches (by Gary Downs of SA Bases) and two Astro pitches greeted the players and created a Subbuteo Hall of Fame.

English star, Jason Finch, who especially flew from Cape Town to Johannesburg was undoubtedly the star attraction. The top ranked South African players from all active clubs were present to partake and enjoy in the fun and festivities which epitomises the local South African Subbuteo tournaments.

A seeded draw pitted the 16 combatants in four groups with the top 2 players qualifying for the Cup event and the bottom two players vying for the Plate Trophy.

Justin, Sean Morgan, Jason Kennedy and Clinton Gahwiler (all the way from Cape Town), topped their respective groups with Angus Begg, Martin Plascott, Ian Clarke and Clifford Graaff were the runners-up.

The quarter finals dished up some scintillating games with Justin easily qualifying for the semis (even with the help of the local Mzanzi Youth Choir who added some musical impetus), Sean, Clinton and Martin accounted for Clifford, Angus and Jason respectively.

The semis saw Justin outclass Martin and Sean defeat Clinton in a titanic struggle.

The final pitted the best local player, Sean Morgan against 'Flicking Finchy' from England.

Although local Sean tried his best, the experience and sheer class of Justin reigned supreme and he beat Sean coutersy of three 'HOLLYWOOD' goals which left the spectators in awe of the skill level of the new South African Championship winner.

In the Plate section, Gary Downs, accounted for Guiseppe Mantazza in an exciting penalty shootout.

As a momento of the SA Championships, all players were presented with a commemmorative goalkeeper with the SA Champs logo on the handle and a beautifully crafted penant, both made by Gary Downs and sponsored by the Johannesburg Eagles!

This brought the curtain down on a weekend of exciting, competitive (yet friendly), joking (and some serious) and general good natured banter and the building of new friendships, fostering of existing ties and more importantly celebrating this great game which has brought so many hours of joy to people all over the world.

Look forward to seeing you all at the next SA Champs in 2022 held by ETS Subbuteo Club.

Wednesday 1 December 2021

Patrick Sheridan wins in Denver

Last week-end the members of Colorado Subbuteo Club played their first tournament under WASPA banner in Denver.

5 players competed in a Swiss system format and in the end Patrick Sheridan won the tournament while Zach Walker was runner-up. Tory Reed, Justin Little and Jason Woodridge were also taking part.

We hope the club will host more events in the future and will continue to recruit new players!

Hopefully more clubs in the US will play under WASPA banner in the future. Remember you just need 3 players to run a WASPA tournament.

Sunday 28 November 2021

WASPA results from four different clubs in Belgium

Here is a summary of recent events held in Belgium. We are glad to see the clubs of Flanders, Templeuve, Huy and Tournai runnng events under WASPA banner.

On October 22, the Templeuve United players organized their second WASPA regional tournament of the season. 11 players were attending and Geoffrey marain was once again the winner after the four sessions of games. The surprising runner-up of the night was Benjamin Marain (Geoffrey's son) who had more goals scored athn two other players with the same number of points: Matthias Averlant and Vincent Coppenolle. the final standings were as follows:

1. Geoffrey Marain (AS Hennuyer)
2. Benjamin Marain (Templeuve)
3. Matthias Averlant (Templeuve)
4. Vincent Coppenolle (Templeuve)
5. Didier Moons (Templeuve)
6. Loris Celton (Templeuve)
7. Eric Caillaux (Templeuve)
8. Sébastien Sorge (Templeuve)
9. Donovan Dedoncker (Templeuve)
10. Jocelyn Celton (Templeuve)
11. Jordan Bonte (Templeuve)

The club of Huy also played a first WASPA tournament on October 27. Five players competed in a small league and local player Ralf gregoire took the honors while Jean grosdent (Wamme SC) was runner-up. Final table:

1. Ralf Grégoire (USC Huy)
2. Jean Grosdent (Wamme SC)
3. Henri Grosdent (Wamme SC)
4. David Boulanger (USC Huy)
5. Richard Boulanger (USC Huy)

In the North of the Country, SC Flanders players met on November 1. Six players were taking part and David Wouters proved to be on fire and claimed the trophy. Final table:

1. David Wouters (SC Flanders)
2. Jos Ceulemans (SC Flanders)
3. Vincent Wouters (SC Flanders)
4. Johan Lourdon (SC Flanders)
5. Stéphane Lambert (OSC Yokohama)
6. Gary Moore (SC Flanders)

Templeuve United held a promotional tournament on October 2. 8 players were taking part and Michaël Dupret (Magic Team Tournai) was a deserved winner after winning his four games. Final table:

1. Michaël Dupret (Magic Team Tournai)
2. Benjamin Marain (Templeuve)
3. Sébastien Sorge (Templeuve)
4. Steven Delfosse (Templeuve)
5. Eric Caillaux (Templeuve)
6. Didier Moons (Templeuve)
7. Jordan Bonte (Templeuve)
8. Donovan Dedoncker (Templeuve)

On November 11, it was a day off for many workers in Belgium and Magic Team Tournai was the organizer of a great tournament with a fantastic turnout of 14. Geoffrey Marain was the winner while Matthis Averlant was runner-up. Richard Boulanger, who travelled from Seraing to play, took the third spot. Final table:

1. Geoffrey Marain (AS Hennuyer)
2. Matthias Averlant (Templeuve)
3. Richard Boulanger (USC Huy)
4. Michaël Dupret (Magic Team Tournai)
5. Vincent Coppenolle (Templeuve)
6. Stéphane Lambert (OSC Yokohama)
7. Sébastien Sorge (Templeuve)
8. Eric Caillaux (Templeuve)
9. Benjamin Marain (Templeuve)
10. Anthony Coppenolle (Templeuve)
11. Didier Moons (Templeuve)
12. Jean-Luc Platiaux (Templeuve)
13. Christophe Bourgeois (Templeuve)
14. David Boulanger (USC Huy)

On November 15, the third tournament of SC Flanders had a smaller turnout of 5. David Wouters was once again undeafeted and won the tournament while it was great to see Filip Van Hulle back in action. The standings:

1. David Wouters (SC Flanders)
2. Jos Ceulemans (SC Flanders)
3. Johan Lourdon (SC Flanders)
4. Geert Leys (SC Flanders)
5. Filip Van Hulle (SC Flanders)

Finally, on November 26, the third WASPA regional tournament of the season took place in the Templeuve club. As the national association was holding the AGM, some usual faces couldn't make it to the tournament. Matthias Averlant managed to win his very first WASPA title on goals scored as three players finished with the same number of points. Eric Naszalyi, president of the French association, was paying a visit in teh Templeuve club to meet some French players who are regular players in the Belgium and and finished runner-up while Vincent Coppenolle ws third.

Final table:
1. Matthias Averlant (Templeuve)
2. Eric Naszalyi (FTC Issy)
3. Vincent Coppenolle (Templeuve)
4. Eric Caillaux (Templeuve)
5. Sébastien Sorge (Templeuve)
6. Didier Moons (Templeuve)
7. Loris Celton (Templeuve)
8. Jocelyn Celton (Templeuve)