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Lavazza won the 2012 Montecarlo International Tournament

Posted on 14 October 2012

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Team Lavazza from Italy won the 24th Montecarlo International Team Tournament defeating in final Breno (Zaleski team). Lavazza was up 50 Imps at half time, thus Breno withdrew. In the semifinal Lavazza had won against Angelini by a very close margin: 1 Imp! The winner team was composed of Maria Teresa Lavazza, Guido Ferraro, Antonio Sementa, Giorgio Duboin, Agustin Madala and Norberto Bocchi. The runner-up Breno team: Andrea Manno, Massimo Lanzarotti, Mario D’Avossa and Riccardo Intonti.

In the ‘small final’ the Janet de Botton‘s team reached the third place defeating Francesco Angelini‘s squad: 41-8 Imps.

Janet de Botton played with Arthur Malinowski, Krzystof Buras, Gregorz Narkiewicz, Thor- Erik Hoftaniska and Thomas Charlesen.

Francesco Angelini played with Alfredo Versace, Lorenzo Lauria, Leonardo Cima, Valerio Giubilo and Benito Garozzo.

The 24th Monte Carlo International Team Tournament is the Patton formatted event preceding the Cavendish teams and pairs in Monaco.

Read report by Jan van Cleeff at NewInBridge »


October 14, 2012

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