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First international victory for Adrian Davies

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Martin Hodds, Veterans champion

Just before Christmas, 17 players met in Gillingham to attend the FISTF Satellite organized by Kent Invicta TFC. Players were dropped in three categories.

Adrian Davies from Wales defeated Gianpaolo Vitulano in the Open final.

Martin Hodds (Yokshire Phoenix) won the veterans final against Paul O’Donovan Rossa from the US.

In the U15 section, Daniel Mccormick was the winner of the day after a close final against clubmate Kane Stanford.

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Reggio Emilia on top of Europe

The Champion’s League played this week-end in Frameries (Belgium) was another great tournament with 32 competitive teams from all over Europe taking part. There was no surprise as italians took the top 3 places. Reggio Emilia defeated Fiamme Azzurre while Pisa won the final for the third place against Charleroi (Belgium).

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Valletta Subbuteo Club won the Europa League

The Maltese team of Valletta SC won the Europa League after a great final against Spain’s Tiburones. More details about this event should be available soon.

Full results: Coupe d’Europe – Frameries

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The Eagles Napoli win the Champion’s League

32 clubs attended the European Cups for clubs this week-end in Frameries (Belgium). The organisation was fantastic with a superb hall and great facilities. At the end of the day, the Italian team of Eagles Napoli won the event as they beat SC Charleroi (Belgium) on the score of 2-1. Napoli was fielding a very strong team despite the absence of Massimo Bolognino, the former world champion and team captain, who is currently suspended by the Italian association. Nikos Beis, Massimiliano Nastasi, Luigi and Marco Di Vito played the final with the support of their clubmates Raffaele Di Vito and Alan Collins. Congratulations to Napoli, a club that won the European cup five years ago in Tournai, in Belgium!

Full results of the week-end here: Coupe d’Europe – Frameries

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SC Charleroi (Belgium), runner-up

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Valletta SC (Malta), third place

 

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TFC Mattersburg win the Europa League

This week-end, the city of Frameries (Belgium) hosted the European Cups of Subbuteo. In a separate article you can see the winner of the Champion’s League. The Europa League was the other attractive trophy to win this week-end and after a lot of excitement, there was an Austrian final between TFC Mattersburg and TFC Wiener Neustadt. The game ended on a perfect draw but after a few seconds in the extra-time, Erich Hinkelmann scored the winning goal to offer the trophy to TFC Mattersburg. Congratulations!

Full results of the week-end here: Coupe d’Europe – Frameries

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TFC Wiener Neustadt (runner-up)

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Roligans Ilioupolis (third place)