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Yeh Bros Cup 2011: Lavazza è in finale!

Posted on 21 April 2011

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21 Aprile 2011 – Wuxi, Jangsu (Cina). Si nono giocati oggi gli ultimi round della fase ko. La squadra di Maria Teresa Lavazza (con Giorgio Duboin, Antonio Sementa, Norberto Bocchi, Agustin Madala)  ha conquistato direttamente  la finale, battendo il Giappone con largo margine di vantaggio. La seconda squadra a raggiungere un posto in finale è la Svezia (con  Fredrik Nystrom, Peter Bertheau,  Peter Fredin, Bjorn Fallenius) che ha battuto il Giappone ed il team americano di Geoff Hampson.

Questi i risultati di oggi:

ko round 3 (prima finalista)

 

 

 

 

 

ko round 4 (seconda finalista)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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