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Saturday, 30 April 2022
The 2022 TFAS SG League resumes on April 24 at The Sports Hub Library after the 'international break' in March. 9 players took part and were randomly drawn into 3 groups of 3 for the first round of games. Thereafter, each player's placings in their respective group will determine the respective groups of 3 in the second round of games. Each player gets 4 games in total. By the end-of-day, Anas Rahamat came up tops by winning the April League session!! Well done and congratulations Anas!
Monday, 25 April 2022
Claudio Colpani was the winner for the evening with Vittorio de Pascale runner-up. A surprisingly cold evening for Italy this time, and nice to be inside in warm playing with friends.
Great fun, and special thanks again to Carlo, hosting the games.
Claudio Colpani (Papata Ponticino) 14
Vittorio de Pascale (SC Ligures) 12
Carlo Beretta (Valponte) 7
Giancarlo Riva (SC Ligures) 1
Thursday, 21 April 2022
Eliot Kennedy claimed the chocolates when he won the April WASPA at the Northern Falcons, this time played on a Thursday night with the club packed with patrons.
Quite a bit of interest was generated and some calling cards handed out, so the extra vision might be useful.
Eliot started on fire, winning his group, but was pushed all the way by Western Sydney's Franck Cozzarin. Representatives of all four Sydney clubs were in attendance, with Geoff Sirmai (Hipfingerz) and Tony Credentino (Sydney TFC).
Old Falcon Frank Spanyik made his WASPA debut, pushing Geoff all the way in a 0-0 draw. Jonty Brener recovered from an opening 4-0 thumping by Eliot to qualify for the semis.
In another tense match, his semi against Steve went to shots, with Steve uncharacteristically holding out for a 4-3 win.
Tony recovered from his 2-1 loss to Geoff to scrape into the semis.
In the final, Eliot took a 2-0 lead with two great shots, before Steve fought back with a late goal, but Eliot held on to claim the Easter chocolate!
Wednesday, 20 April 2022
Brian Daley won the London Road WASPA April event. 7 players were competing in a league format. Ruby Matthews had another great day and finished in third position. Final standings were as follows:
1. Brian Daley
2. Cayne Matthews
3. Ruby Matthews
4. Dan Nicholls
5. Brendan Ashley
6. Brian Hall
7. Lucasz Whittle
Tuesday, 19 April 2022
Two small events have been held earlier in April in Australia.
In Perth, five players competed in a group format and Alan Kimber finished on top of the table after defeating Taw Yew Loy in the decisive game.
Final ranking: 1. Alan Kimber ; 2. Tan Yew Loy ; 3. Brian Pearson ; 4. Chris Thorn ; 5. Noel Mani.
In Brisbane, the local group finally managed to meet again with just 4 players turning up. Players met in home and away fixtures and Giuseppe tardiota was on top of the table while kevin Halliday was runner-up.
Final table: 1. Giuseppe Tardiota ; 2. Kevin Halliday ; 3. Gareth Whalley ; 4. Wayne Miller.
Wednesday, 13 April 2022
Subbuteo Sankt Pauli WASPA - 5th April 2022
9 players attended the tournament including some new faces! With such a high turnout and limited time it was decided to hold a draw with 4 games to be played by each player against random opponents so “luck of the draw” could be a major factor in the final placings. As it turned out the final games were to be played out amongst the top 4 to determine the winners.
Simon and Fred faced each other on table 3 whilst Sven and Marius played off on table 1 with the winner to be decided by these results. Sven and Marius battled to a 1-1 draw whilst Fred edged Simon in a close competitive game 2-0 to take his second WASPA title, and his first in Hamburg.
Big thank-you to everyone that turned up and especially the new players, the friendliness and openness to coaching the new attendees rather than win the competition on goal difference was a credit to our long standing members.
We’re there most Tuesdays, so get in contact if you’d like to join us on our club night!
Friday, 8 April 2022
Dear Subbuteo table football friends, you will find here the updated WASPA rankings and results.
|Players at the Ballymena tournament in Northern Ireland|
First of all my sincere apologies for those who didn't understand our joke on April 1. Unfortunately the top clubs in the WASPA rankings will not qualify for the FISTF' Champions League. Some thought it could be true but sorry, this was supposed to be funny... ;-)
Anyway, all your ideas to make our circuit more attractive are welcome. The feedback from players is always much appreciated!
|The Republic of Ireland is back!|
Well, March was another busy month with more and more events played under WASPA banner:
- 29 regional tournaments;
- 4 promotional events;
- 1 tournament with the old rules;
- 1 test-match.
We have seen many events in different countries and we are glad to have "Andover Subbuteo Club" (England) among the new organizers.
|Easterns TFC tournament in Johannesburg, South Africa|
- Wolverhampton (England) had a great event with 18 players;
- Singapore was back with 2 events;
- the Templeuve night (Belgium) had a great turnout of 14 players;
- the East of Belgium is in a revival with events in Huy, Stembert and Verviers.
- Northern Ireland had 3 events in 3 different cities;
- The Republic of Ireland is back and more importantly they have some juniors. It's fantastic to see the "Irish Premier League" club in the ranking of juniors!
- We are happy to see 2 events held in the East Coast of the US (Maryland and Virginia);
- our usual clubs in England, Wales and Australia keep running regular events;
- Jos Ceulemans ended David Wouters's winning Streak in the Flanders;
- Prague in Czech Republic has a great group of players from different nationalities.
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.
|A great youth program in Genova|
We also take to opportunity to thank our partners:
- Victory kits at https://www.victorykits.co.uk/
- Flicks for Kicks at http://shop.flickforkicks.com/
- MAD ABOUT GAMES at http://subbuteo2012.co.uk
|Players at the Wolverhampton tournament|
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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 email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for reading and have a great day!
Vincent Coppenolle, WASPA organizer
Tuesday, 5 April 2022
Last week-end the club of TSC 69ers was back in action and organized the Freedom Cup in Borgo Vercelli. It was a good tournament with 14 players competing in 2 categories. In the "Gold tournament", Andrea Lessona was in a great day and won all his games easily. In the final Lessona defeated Riccardo Bruno by a clear 7-1 while Andrea Gennari won the game for the 3rd place against Ferdinando Marino.
In the "Silver tournament", Alessandro Cirio was the best of the 6 players, beating Gabriele Saverino (3-2) in the final.
In March, the club of Rebels Genova held 2 "promotional events" for their young players. Only juniors were involved and in the first tournament, the 10 players were divided into 2 groups. Samuele Bignardi was the undisputed winner in group A while Tommaso Sani took the honors in the other group. In the final, Bignardi defeated Sani (2-0) to win the event while Alberto Capoferri won the game for the third place against Simone Tilli.
In March, the club of Rebels genova held 2 "promotional events" for their young players. Only juniors were involved and in the first tournament, the 10 players were divided into 2 groups. Samuele Bignardi was the undisputed winner in group A while Tommaso Sani took the honors in the other group. In the final, Bignardi defeated Sani (2-0) to win the event while Alberto Capoferri won the game for the third place against Simone Tilli.
Monday, 4 April 2022
Earlier in March, players of the local group based in Prague had the visit of Gábor Baross from Budapest. It was the prefect time to hold a WASPA tournament and the five players competed in a league format. Marco Zucchi won all his games to win the tournament while the special guest of the day was runner-up. Marco Zucchi also commented that when visitors spend some time in Prague for holidays, they are always welcome to play a few games!
1. Marco Zucchi
2. Gábor Baross
3. David Young
4. Pasquale Carrassi
5. Jiri Uchytil