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Rainy weekend at JLP 2009


Germany 19 Apr 2009 at 09:01 | Published by: JJM | Views: 3679 | News search

Rainy weekend at JLP 2009 Jugendländerpokal 2009 was played in rainy weather, yet without any rain interruptions in competition, at the eternite course of Dudweiler / Homburg in Germany.

The extremely tight team competition was conquered by Nordrhein Westfalen (the silver team of last year’s JLP), with total average 22.23. Only three points behind the winner came the teams of Hessen and Baden, with tied score. Hessen took the silver medals, after a sudden death play-off.

Last year’s winner Saarland fell to the other end of results list this year, and was ranked last of all 8 teams in the competition. The bronze team of 2008 Rheinland Pfalz fell to second-last place this year, ranked 7th in team competition. (The playing system was eternite in 2009, but eternite + beton combi in 2008.)

The best players in juniors category were Thorsten Breitbach and Franz Höfler (both with average score 20.86), followed by Robin Hettrich and Philipp Lewin (both 21.00).

The best female juniors were Anne Bollrich (22.29), Melanie Hammerschmidt and Anke Willenbockel (both 23.43).

The best players in schoolboys under 15 years were Thomas Sieber (21.86), Marcel Waleska (22.00) and Max Barbarino (22.43).

The best players in schoolgirls under 15 years were Vanessa Peuker (22.71), Anna Nitschke (23.00) and Katharina Benn (23.57).

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» tournament report with photos (in German language)

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Drawings of new lane types proposed by WMF TC

World 18 Apr 2009 at 18:22 | views: 6666 | Comments: 6

Technical Committee of WMF approved some new lane types for felt and eternite courses, in its winter meeting on 31 January 2009. (The new lane types must be approved by WMF Delegates Conference in August 2009, before this rule change takes effect.) Here are ...
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Drawings of new lane types proposed by WMF TC

Bodensee Cup in Romanshorn, SUI

Bodensee Cup in Romanshorn, SUI

Switzerland 18 Apr 2009 at 10:44 | views: 3946 | Comments: 0

Raphael Wietlisbach won the “group elimination final” of Bodensee Cup 2009, played at the beton course of Romanshorn, Switzerland. All participants first played 3 qualification rounds, to decide the winners of categories (men, women, juniors ...
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Win brand new car in MOS competition

Sweden 17 Apr 2009 at 21:24 | views: 4833 | Comments: 3

Tomorrow the 18th of April is the start of a completely new idea being tested in Minigolf. At the MOS course in Slottskogen, Gothenburg owned by Askim BGK a series of qualifying competition is started ending up in a final the 19th of September this year. In the ...
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WMF-sponsored British training camp in Wien

WMF-sponsored British training camp in Wien

United Kingdom 16 Apr 2009 at 19:11 | views: 3905 | Comments: 0

Six British players visited Wien, Austria on 19 – 22 March 2009, with funds granted by WMF, to practice different playing systems, and to receive minigolf theory lessons from Austrian coaches. The British delegation to Wien included Jon Angel, Ruth Bullin ...
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