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Beggs All-Ireland Champion 2019 14th Sep 2019

Kenny Beggs took the All-Ireland title for the first time since 2012 to end Mark Farrell's 6-year reign. The pair met in the Final, having won all their matches en route. Beggs edged the match 2-1, with all goals coming in the 2nd Half. Nicky Moore beat Paul Boyle in the Plate Final. Full Results.
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All-Ireland Previous Finals


Kenny receives trophy from Oisin Mor


Mark Farrell (Runner-up), Kenny Beggs (Winner) & Nicky Moore (Plate)


Players at the 2019 All-Ireland Championships

Report by Martinog Bradley: "A brilliant days Subbuteo was had by everyone. The quarter finals saw Martinog Bradley go out to Brendan Rodgers following a tense sudden death shoot out, with Barry Spence sending Mark McCrossan home for an early bath with a 1-0 defeat. The two other quarters came to an inevitable end with both Mark Farrell and Kenny Beggs heading comfortably into the semis. Farrell stormed into the final on a 5-0 high against Rodgers, whilst Spence made the road a bit rockier for Beggs. The final played to a fairly one sided tune, with Beggs having the best of the play and an early goal in the second half. Farrell responded in kind to bring the game level, but it was a legendary strike from Beggs in the dying seconds that secured his victory to become All Ireland Champion and unseating Farrell for the first time in six years. The Plate competition saw Nicky Moore from Wexford lift his first Subbuteo silverware after defeating his two opponents, Oisin Mor and Paul Boyle. Special mention must go out to DCTFC’s newest member, Jude Morrow, who on his first tournament and after only 2 months playing the game, got out of his group and into the quarter finals of the main competition."

Thanks again to our hosts, Derry City Sports and Social Club, and to Martinog Bradley & Derry City TFC for organising the event.


Beggs Wins Ulster Championship 5th Leg - Derry 7th Apr 2019

Kenny Beggs won the 5th Leg of the WASPA Ulster Championship with a narrow 1-0 victory over Martinog Bradley in the final. Barry Spence beat Mark McCrossan in the 3rd Place Play-off. Simon Stewart beat Craig Stewart in the Plate Final. Video


Lawrence Watson presents trophy to Kenny Beggs

Ten players took part at the Derry City Sports & Social Club. Thanks to Martinog Bradley for organising another successful event and for providing sandwiches to keep everyone's energy levels up. Dublin’s Mark Farrell, although unable to attend today, is the overall Ulster Champion, having amassed enough points in the previous events to be uncatchable.

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Ulster Subbuteo Championship


M.Bradley (Runner-up), K.Beggs (Winner) and S.Stewart (Plate Winner)

RESULTS

Group A
1. Kenny Beggs
2. Martinog Bradley
3. Simon Stewart
4. Oisín Mòr
5. Lochlin Bradley

Group B
1. Mark McCrossan
2. Barry Spence
3. Craig Stewart
4. Lawrence Watson
5. Paul Boyle

Semi-Finals
Kenny Beggs 2 Barry Spence 2 (aet)
(shots: 2-0)
Martinog Bradley 0 Mark McCrossan 0 (aet)
(shots: 2-1)

3rd Place Play-off
Barry Spence 1 Mark McCrossan 0

Final
Kenny Beggs 1 Martinog Bradley 0

Plate Final
Simon Stewart 2 Craig Stewart 1


Donegal 'Wild Atlantic Way' Cup 24th Mar 2019

Another WASPA victory for Derry’s Martinog Bradley, this time in Donegal's Wild Atlantic Way Cup. Many thanks to Donegal Subbuteo and Brendan Rodgers for hosting and organising a great event and a great day's craic at The Shamrock in Falcarragh.


Players at the 'Wild Atlantic Way' Cup in Donegal


Bradley Wins Derry City Spring Cup 18th Mar 2019

Congratulations to Martinog Bradley on winning the Derry City WASPA Spring Cup. Special mention to Oisín Mor on reaching his first final, following victory in a tense, sudden-death shoot-out, with Donegal's Brendan Rodgers in the semi-final.


Spring Cup: Martinog Bradley (Winner) & Oisin Mor (Runner-up)


Ulster Championship 4th Leg - Strabane 23rd Feb 2019

Farrell Clinches Ulster Championship

Congratulations to Mark Farrell on winning the Strabane Leg to clinch the Ulster Subbuteo Championship. It is his 3rd victory in the series and, with one event remaining, makes him uncatchable. Kenny Beggs was runner up and Donegal’s Brendan Rodgers won the Plate. Thanks to Mark McCrossan for organising the excellent venue at Dicey's Bar and to Simon Stewart for keeping the fixtures moving smoothly. Reports, videos and photos on Ulster Subbuteo Championship and


Mark Farrell receives trophy from host, Mark McCrossan


Brendan Rodgers, Mark Farrell & Kenny Beggs

SEMI-FINALS
K.Beggs 2 S.Stewart 1
M.Farrell 1 M.McCrossan 0

3rd PLACE PLAY-OFF
S.Stewart 2 M.McCrossan 1

FINAL
M.Farrell 1 K.Beggs 0

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PLATE BARRAGE
O.Mor 1 L.Bradley 0

PLATE SEMI-FINALS
O.Mor 0 B.Rodgers 3
M.Bradley 1 N.Moore 0

PLATE FINAL
B.Rodgers 2 M.Bradley 1


Bradley Wins Winter Cup 18th Feb 2019
Congratulations to Martinog Bradley who finished top of the table to take the Winter Cup 2019, with Brendan Rodgers of Donegal a very worthy runner up.


Derry City Winter Cup Winner: Martinog Bradley


Winter Cup participants


Winter Cup Results


Martinog Bradley at Glasgow FISTF GP 9th Feb 2019

Martinog Bradley took part in his first FISTF GP in Glasgow, gaining good experience against some of Europe's best players. He lost 2-7 to Lawrence Alvarez, 0-4 to Alexander Haas & 1-4 to Martin Bellefontaine, all seasoned FISTF campaigners. He also reached the Plate Semi-Final, which was run as a WASPA event.

Glasgow WASPA Semi-Finals
Martinog Bradley - Gareth Christie 1-3
Stuart Walsh - Trevor Schott 0-3

Glasgow WASPA Final
Gareth Christie - Trevor Schott 1*-1
(Christie won shoot-out)


Ulster Championship 3rd Leg - Glentoran FC 27th Jan 2019

Farrell Takes The Honours
Dublin's Mark Farrell won the 3rd Leg of the Ulster Championship at the Oval Stadium, Belfast, home of Glentoran FC. He beat Sven Schilling of Germany in a shoot-out, after a scoreless final. Well done to Craig Stewart for securing this prestigious venue and to Simon Stewart for organising the event on the day. Results | Report by Simon Stewart | Video of Finals & 3rd Place Play-off


Winner, Mark Farrell, receives trophy from Craig Stewart


Runner-up, Sven Schilling, receives trophy from Simon Stewart


Plate Winner, Martinog Bradley


The Oval, Home of Glentoran FC

A Drone's-eye-view of The Oval


Keith Greene Interview 25th Jan 2019

Keith Greene, 1984 & 1985 Northern Ireland Champion and 1985 UK Champion will be making a comeback, after 30 years absence, at the Ulster Championship this weekend. Check out his interview in Derry City's 'Friday Friend' feature.

See Keith's path to glory in the mid-eighties here:
1984 National Championships
1985 National Championships


Keith Greene, about to make a comeback at Ulster Championships 2019


1984 NI Championship Final: A.Henry 1 K.Greene 1 (shots:1-2)


Keith Greene prepares for winning shot in 1984 NI Championships


Beggs Wins New Year Cup 14th Jan 2019

Derry City TFC's 3rd New Years Cup saw 7 players compete in a league format. Martinog Bradley beat Kenny Beggs 1-0 in the opening match, to become the early pace-setter. He topped the table for most of the night but a draw with Brendan Rodgers and defeat to Mark McCrossan proved costly, as Kenny won all his remaining fixtures to overtake Martinog in the last session. Oisin Mor got his first competitive victory with a 3-0 win over Paddy Simms.


Winner: Kenny Beggs presented with trophy by Lawrence Watson


Players at Derry City New Year Cup 2019


Australia's Benji Batten Successful in Derry 29th Dec 2018

Congratulations to Australia's Benji Batten on winning the Derry City Mid-Winter Cup, finishing one point ahead of runner-up Kenny Beggs. The pair played out a goalless draw but Beggs' defeat to Mark McCrossan in the opening match proved costly, as Batten's only other dropped points came in a draw with Simon Stewart. Overall, it was a tight contest, with only two points separating the top four players. Video: Benji v Kenny


Benji Batten receives winner's trophy from runner-up Kenny Beggs


Players at the DCTFC Mid-Winter Cup


DCTFC Mid-Winter Cup - Final Table


Beggs Wins Derry 'Old Subbuteo' Christmas Cup 10 Dec 2018

Eight players joined the fun at this year's Derry City WASPA Christmas Cup, which was played to Old Subbuteo Rules with lightweight teams. Kenny Beggs topped the table, ahead of Martinog Bradley in 2nd and Simon Stewart in 3rd.
Video of Final


Martinog Bradley presents trophy to Kenny Beggs

FINAL TABLE
1. Kenny Beggs 19
2. Martinog Bradley 14
3. Simon Stewart 13
4. Mark McCrossan 9
5. Brendan Rodgers 8
6. Lawrence Watson 5
7. Craig Stewart 5
8. Oisin Mor 3


Players at the DCTFC Christmas Cup


Ulster Championship 2nd Leg - Podjistan 18th Nov 2018

Video Highlights by Martinog Bradley
Report by Simon Stewart
Derry City Facebook interview with Simon Stewart

Home Victory for Simon Stewart in Podjistan
Ten players travelled for this WASPA event to the micro-nation of Podjistan, in the beautiful countryside near Katesbridge in County Down. Simon Stewart was the worthy winner on home soil. It was also a good day for runner-up, Mark McCrossan, who knocked out tournament favourite, Kenny Beggs, in the semi-final. The other beaten semi-finalist was Barry Spence. Martinog Bradley beat Lawrence Watson on shots in the Plate Final.
Video: Final 1st Half | Video: Final 2nd Half


Winner: Simon Stewart


Finalists: Mark McCrossan & Simon Stewart


Final (view from the balcony): Mark McCrossan 0 Simon Stewart 3


Plate Winner: Martinog Bradley (left)


All Competitors with the Podjistan Flag


Full Results

Special thanks to Simon and Caroline for being great hosts in The Peoples' Palace and for providing tasty food to keep everyone's energy levels up.

Organiser: simonmcstewarty@gmail.com

For further reports, photos and videos checkout:
Ulster Subbuteo Championship | Podjistan Flickers |


Beggs Wins Derry City 2nd Anniversary Cup 5th Nov 2018

The 2nd Derry City TFC WASPA Anniversary Cup was attended by 8 players. Semi-finals saw Martinog Bradley lose out on shots to Simon Stewart following a 1-1 draw. Kenny Beggs saw off Mark McCrossan to face Simon in the final, winning 2-0 and retaining his Anniversary Cup title. Lawrence Watson won the plate final over Craig Stewart. More info on

Venue: The Delacroix Bar, 18A Buncrana Rd, Londonderry BT48 8AB
Organiser:
Martinog Bradley | Video of Finals


Winner: Kenny Beggs


Finalists: Kenny Beggs & Simon Stewart


Competitors at Derry City 2nd Anniversary Cup


Ulster Championship 1st Leg - Donegal 13th Oct 2018

Victory for Farrell

Nine players attended the First Leg of the WASPA Ulster Championship, hosted by Donegal Subbuteo Club. Mark Farrell from Dublin took the honours after defeating Derry's Martinog Bradley in the Final. Lawrence Watson defeated Craig Stewart in the Plate Final.
More info on
Donegal Subbuteo Club Facebook

Full Results:

Group A:
Simon 3 0 Lawrence
Mark F 4 1 Martinog
Mmc 1 3 Mark F
Martinog 1 0 Simon
Martinog 2 0 Lawrence
Mmc 1 2 Simon
Simon 0 3 Mark F
Lawrence 1 3 mmc
Mmc 2 2 Martinog
Mark F 5 1 Lawrence


Group B:
Craig 0 1 Nicky
Oisín 0 4 Brendan
Brendan 2 1 Craig
Oisín 1 4 Nicky
Craig 2 1 Oisín
Brendan 0 2 Nicky

Semi Finals:
Mark F 4 1 Brendan
Nicky 0 2 Martinog

3/4 place play-off
Brendan 0 0 Nicky
(3-1 on shots to Brendan)

Final:
Mark F 4 0 Martinog

Plate Event

Play off:
Lawrence 0 0 Oisín (5 4 to Lawrence on shots)

Semi Finals:
Craig 0 0 Mmc (3 1 to Craig on shots)
Simon 0 0 Lawrence (3 2 to Lawrence on shots)

Plate Final
Lawrence 1 0 Craig.

Four other events are planned for the 2018/19 Ulster Championship. The next one is on Sunday 18th November, hosted by Podjistan's 'Sporting Club 18' in County Down. Interested players can contact Simon Stewart at simonmcstewarty@gmail.com


Bradley Wins Derry City Frightening Flicks 8th Oct 2018
Congratulations to Martinog Bradley on winning this years Frightening Flicks
WASPA tournament at Derry City's new venue, The Delacroix Bar.
More info on


Lawrence Watson presents trophy to Martinog Bradley


Beggs Wins Seaview Subbuteo Open 3rd Oct 2018
Kenny Beggs won the Seaview Subbuteo Open in Belfast, beating Barry Spence 1-0 on shots in the Final, following a 0-0 draw. Martinog Bradley beat Ernie Bickerstaff in the Plate Final. Thanks to Simon Stewart and Craig Stewart for arranging a great Subbuteo night at Seaview Stadium, home of Crusaders. Video | Report from Podjistan


Simon Stewart presents trophy and Sporting Club Figure to Kenny Beggs


Final Shoot-out: Barry Spence 0 Kenny Beggs 1


All players at the Seaview Open

Belfast Barbarians v Derry City
There was also a Team Event, with a Belfast Barbarians Select beating Derry City Select 2-0. Results below:


New Subbuteo Club in Podjistan Sept 2018
Simon Stewart has formed Sporting Club 18, the first club in the Podjistan Subbuteo Association. Podjistan is Simon's self-declared micro-nation.

Sporting Club 18

Formed 2018
Venue:
El Stadio Podjio, Podjistan
Organiser: Simon Stewart

Guided tour of Podjistan | Podjistan on Facebook

 

Ulster Subbuteo Championship

Final Table (after 5 events)
1 M. Farrell 150
2 K. Beggs 134
3 S. Stewart 109
4 M. Bradley 100
5 M. McCrossan 89
6 B. Spence 54
7 B. Rodgers 46
8 S. Schilling 36
9 N. Moore 24
10 L.Watson 24
11 C. Stewart 21
12 M. O'Brien 12
13 K. Greene 12
14 O. Mor 12
15 L. Bradley 10
16 P.Boyle 5
17 N. Hermon 2







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Simon Stewart Interview



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