UK & Ireland Table Football Internationals
Republic of Ireland | Scotland | England | Wales | Northern Ireland
   
BELFAST 2007
2nd/3rd June

Results:
Individual | Team


Photos
2007 UK & Ireland Internationals (Belfast)


Venue & Accommodation:
Park Avenue Hotel


Only 10 minutes by taxi from Belfast City Airport, Belfast Port and City Centre.

Twin room 70 per night (35 per person sharing) if booked before 3rd May, quoting 'Table Football Internationals'. Bookings made after that charged at full rate of 99 per room per night.


Organisers:
Kenny Beggs
Eoin Adams
Barry Spence

 

SCOTLAND TRIUMPH IN BELFAST

Scotland win Team Event ... Burns beats Bennett in Individual Final


Kevin Christopher, Steve Bennett, Greg Dand, Mike Burns, Gareth Christie

Scotland brought an end to England's three-year reign as UK & Ireland Team Champions. The English had to settle for 3rd place this time, as host nation, Northern Ireland just pipped them for 2nd place to earn their best ever finish.Wales were 4th and Republic of Ireland 5th.

The outcome was still in the balance going into the last session. Northern Ireland needed to beat Scotland, whereas a draw would have sufficed for the Scots. A 3-1 Scottish victory secured the title - and was also enough for Northern Ireland to oust England out of 2nd spot on 'games won'. Team Results

Mike Burns Individual Champion
It was an all-Scottish final in Belfast's
Park Avenue Hotel. Mike Burns beat Steve Bennett 3-2 with a golden goal to become the first non-English Champion since the tournament began. Bennett came from behind twice to take the game into extra-time but Burns scored the vital golden goal when he played the ball through a gap in the Bennett defence and hit it on-the-run into the net. Full Results


Individual Final: Steve Bennett 2 Mike Burns 3 (golden goal)

The tournament was wide open after favourite, Chris Short of England, dropped out and any one of the quarter-finalists would have felt that they had a chance of going all the way.

Northern Ireland:
Kenny Beggs, Davy Clegg, Barry Spence, Stuart Mcilroy, Eoin Adams
Scotland:
Steve Bennett, Gareth Christie, Mike Burns, Greg Dand, Kevin Christopher
England:
Steve Hawkins, Jeremy Bradley, Simon Bryan
Wales:
John Lauder, David Lauder, Gareth Thomas
Republic of Ireland:
John Moore, Gary Moore, Nicky Moore

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