George Ebejer did it in Bormla

The Satellite of Bormla was the very first tournament of the season and only 12 players were competing in Malta last sunday. George Ebejer won the Open final against Jason Pisani. Charles Aquilina and Josef Camilleri lost the semis. Full results: Satellite – Bormla

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Nikos Haratsis wins in Larissa

The Greek season ended in the last week-end of August with the Satellite of Larissa run by Evrepidis Prantsoudies and his clubmates. Prantsoudies was close to make a home win but he lost the final to Nikos Haratsis (Scarlet Batallion) while George Niavis and Thanasis Bartzis made it in the final 4. Christos Hytas won […]

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Maurizio Lepri and Brasilia Chieti win in Manoppello

The recent Satellite of Manoppello took place last month in Italy with a good field of 44 italian players. Maurizio Lepri (Phoenix) won the Open final, defeating Simone Trivelli (Lazio). Fabrizio Fedele and Mauro Manganello were the semi-finalists of the event. Andrea Di Vincenzo (Fiamme Azzurre) took the honors in the veterans category after beating […]

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Luca Martinelli: the big man in Enderby

There was a fantastic couple of days play at the ESA Satellite Weekender in Enderby. With Individuals each day, there was a lot of action, drama and good spirited play from everyone. The Saturday event ended up with Yorkshire’s Luca Martinelli beating Dundee’s Paul Andreas 3-1 in the Open while Valetta Lion’s Justin Finch was […]

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Christian Haas wins in Mallorca

On May 9 and 10 41 players from five nations attended the grand prix of Spain in the sunny island of Mallorca. Despite the presence of two promising spanish players in the semi-finals (Antonio Casin and David Gonzalez), the final was a foreign affair with Christian Haas (Austria) taking the honors against Belgium’s Justin Leroy. […]

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Report of the Satellite in Berry

Subbuteo Parramatta went on the road for this FISTF/WASPA tournament, heading down to club member, Raffaele Lombardi’s home town of Berry. The glorious sunlit day filled the room for the players to face off – some of the old regulars against some old champions who’ve recently returned to the game, as well as some novices […]

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Cédric Garnier wins the Yokohama Satellite

Last saturday 16 players attended the Satellite organized in Yokohama, japan. This time Cédric Garnier was not the only Frenchman taking part as his younger brother Benjamin was also playing and former FISTF President Laurent Garnier came as a visitor. Cédric took the honors after beating brother Benjamin in the final. Hideaki Wada and Kenzo […]

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Santo Longo wins in Reggio Calabria

The Satellite of Reggio Calabria was held on January 10 and 11 with a good field of players in three categories. Santo Longo (Catania) was the best of the 23 Open players. He beat Claudio La Torre in the final. Daniele calcagno and Michele Cortese lost in the semis. Pietro Ielapi won the veterans (final […]

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Ouabi Rouis dominates again in Singapore

The recent Merlion Cup held in SIngapore had the status of FISTF Satellite and attracted players from Singapore but also France, Japan and Hong Kong. There was no surprise int he Open category as France’s Ouabi ROuis, who is now established in Singapore, beat local top player Den Mulia Yusni in the final (1-0). Singapore’s […]

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Peter Thomas wins the Satellite of Melbourne

On a historical day for Table Football in Australia, it was only fitting that Peter Thomas- the winner of Australia’s last FISTF tournament in 2009 would claim victory. In what was Australia’s first FISTF event in five years, a field of 11 players competed in the Melbourne Open Satellite event. The players were split into […]

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