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Brittany team title defender in classics

Posted by on March 28, 2019

Brittany team title defender in classics

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The title defender from France: Douarnenez with Deventec, Soumagne and Swertz

DOUARNENEZ - The European team champion in the classical disciplines, Douarnenez Valdys, is hosting the European Cup 2019 this weekend. Five teams and the title holder, divided into two groups of three, compete for the new European title in the serial games. The double French champion Douarnenez from Brittany is again the main contender with Dutchman Raymund Swertz and French Pierre Soumagne and Grégory Le Deventec. The championship will be broadcast life and for free for Kozoom members.

The French teams are in the majority with three. Germany is represented by two teams and the Netherlands with one team. Well known players in the classic game types that come into action include Raymund Swertz (the Netherlands), Sam van Etten (the Netherlands), Jos Bongers (Netherlands) Ludger Havlik (Germany), Thomas Nockemann (Germany), Pierre Soumagne (France), Marek Faus (Czech), Xavier Grétillat (Switzerland) and French Willy Gérimont, Johann Petit, Jacky Justice and Pierre Martory.

The group format:

Group A

Douarnenez (Fr): Raymund Swertz, Pierre Soumagne, Grégory Le Deventec

Merklinde (Dui): Christian Pöther, Martijn Egbers, Marek Faus

Chartres (Fr): Willy Gérimont, Xavier Grétillat, Jacky Justice

Group B

Bochum (Dui): Ludger Havlik, Thomas Nockemann and Sam Van Etten

Picardie (Nl): Micha Van Bochem, Jos Bongers, Dennis Timmers

Oissel (Fr): Johann Petit, Pierre Martory, Benoit Deziles-Legros

The schedule:

Friday, March 29:
Group A: Douarnenez-Chartres
7 pm:
Group B: Oissel-Picardie

Saturday, March 30:
10 am:
Group A: Merklinde-Winner Match 1
Group B: DBC Bochum-Winner match 2
Group A: Merklinde-Loser match §
7 pm:
Group B: DBC Bochum-loser match 2

Sunday, March 31:
9.30: Semi-final
12.00: Semi-final
15.30: Final
18.00: Closing ceremony.


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