Liverpool Open 2010

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Liverpool Open 2010

Post by Boris » Tue Nov 10, 2009 7:32 pm

29-31 January 2010

Rileys Liverpool Grand Central
Bolton Street Liverpool L3 5LX

12-13x Garlando Tables

Pre-register now!
http://www.britfoos.com/registration/liverpool2010


ITSF Pro-Tour status confirmed

Provisional Schedule

Friday 29th Jan
6pm Registration
8pm Novice Doubles (Beginners)
9pm DYP (draw your partner)

Saturday 30th Jan
10am Registration
10.30am Events continue
11am Semi-Pro Singles*
11am Amateur Singles*
12 noon Senior Singles
1pm Open Singles
2pm Senior Doubles
3pm Womens Singles
4pm Novice Singles
5pm Semi-Pro Doubles
7pm Al Volo Open Doubles (NEW)

Sunday 31st Jan
11am Events Continue
11.30am Open Doubles
12.30am Amateur Doubles
1pm Junior Singles
1.30pm Womens Doubles
2pm Pro-Am Doubles
3pm Junior Doubles
4pm Mixed Doubles

Entry & Table Fee Package Deals
Men – Pro-Master £50, Pro £40, Semi-Pro £40, Amateur £30, Novice £20
Pro-Master/Pro Packages include: Open Singles, Open Doubles, Pro-Am, Mixed doubles
Semi-Pro Package includes: Open Singles, Open Doubles, Semi-Pro Singles Semi-Pro Doubles, Pro-Am, Mixed doubles
Amateur Package includes: Open Singles, Open Doubles, Pro-Am, Mixed doubles, Amateur Singles, Semi-Pro Doubles, Amateur Doubles
Novice Package Includes: : Open Singles, Open Doubles, Pro-Am, Amateur Singles, Semi-Pro Doubles, Amateur Doubles: Novice Doubles, Novice Singles
Women – Pro-Master £15, Pro £12, Semi-Pro £10, Amateur £7, Novice £4
Package adds Womens Singles, Womens Doubles to basic package
Add £10 (£5 Novices) for players entering women singles/doubles & mixed only
Juniors - (Born 1992 or later) receive half-price package deals including Junior events
Junior Sunday Package £5 – Junior Singles, Junior Doubles, Amateur Doubles, Novice Singles & table fee
Package deals do not include DYP, Senior Singles/Doubles, or Al Volo Doubles

Entry Fees (per player per event)

Event Pro-Master Pro Semi-Pro Amateur Novice
DYP £5 £5 £5 £5 £5
Senior Singles £5 £5 £5 £5 £5
Senior Doubles £5 £5 £5 £5 £5
Semi-Pro Singles* n/a n/a £10 £10* £10*
Amateur Singles* n/a n/a n/a £6 £4
Open Singles £20 £15 £10 £6 £4
Womens Singles £10 £10 £8 £5 £3
Open Doubles £20 £15 £10 £6 £4
Semi-Pro Doubles n/a n/a £10 £6 £4
Novice Singles n/a n/a n/a n/a £2
Novice Doubles n/a n/a n/a n/a £2
Amateur Doubles n/a n/a n/a £6 £4
Womens Doubles £10 £10 £7 £5 £3
Pro-Am Doubles £5 £5 £5 £5 £5
Mixed Doubles £5 £5 £5 £5 £5
Junior Singles £5 £5 £5 £2 £1
Junior Doubles £5 £5 £5 £2 £1
Al Volo Doubles £5 £5 £5 £5 £5
* Eligible players must choose between semi-pro singles and amateur singles, amateurs wishing to enter semi-pro singles must pay difference in entry fee.

Table Fees

Tables are on freeplay, a table fee of £10 (£5 for Sunday only) is levied on all participants (table fee is included in package deals).
Exceptions – players entering ONLY novice doubles OR Junior Singles/Doubles pay £1 per player per event

Prize Funds

Prize funds will be 80% of entry fees (balance covers trophies, advance costs, registration fees and other expenses), except for Junior and Novice events which are for trophies only. The distribution will vary depending on turnout in each event using the standard BFA formula (rounded to nearest £5 if over £30, otherwise to nearest £1).

Eligibility

All players must provide full details and be registered with the BFA as provisional or full members before competing. Registration/membership available on-site.

All Pro and Pro-master players are obliged to observe the ITSF Dress code (sports dress, no denim) – All players are strongly encouraged to observe the dress code. Failure to observe the code could result in you forfeiting your match or being expelled from the tournament.

Open Singles/Open Doubles – any player

Semi-Pro Singles/Semi-Pro Doubles
Any player ranked semi-pro or below in BFA Garlando Rankings
Any overseas player who fulfils all of the following criteria
- less than 500 points on the Internationale Garlando Rangliste and not otherwise ranked ‘pro’ in the IGR
- a total of under 100 ‘open’ points (singles + doubles) in ITSF rankings
- not ranked Master or Elite in P4P rankings,
- not ranked Pro Elite in FFFT Classement Generale
- not ranked Pro-Master in VIFA or European Tornado Rankings
- not a player in National or 1st Regional league (BE/NL)

Amateur Singles/Amateur Doubles
Any player ranked Amateur or below in BFA Garlando Rankings
Any overseas player resident in the UK who is not ranked semi-pro or equivalent in another jurisdiction

Novice Singles/Novice Doubles
Any player ranked Novice in the BFA Garlando Rankings
Any unranked UK National or UK-resident player

Junior Singles/Junior Doubles – Any player born on or after 1-1-1992 – ID required

Senior Singles/Senior Doubles – Any player born in 1959 or earlier – ID required

Pro-Am Doubles
Novice players can partner any other player
Amateur players can partner any player who is not Pro-master
Semi-Pro Players can partner any player who is not Pro or Pro-Master
Pro Players can partner any Amateur or Novice player
Pro-Master Players must partner a Novice player

DYP – Any Player

Al Volo Doubles – Any Player – Traditional Italian rules, no more than one touch allowed per rod, fast and furious play guaranteed!

Womens Singles/Womens Doubles – any female player

Mixed Doubles – Any male player plus any female player

Important Note – Any event with fewer than 3 entries will be cancelled!!!

Travelling by Rail


Liverpool is served by Liverpool Lime Street Station with direct services to London Euston and connections from all over the UK. Check out http://www.thetrainline.com for timetables and ticket prices. Lime Street Station is less than 3 minutes walk to the venue, with Liverpool Central 5 minutes walk dealing with local/regional lines.

On foot, exit Lime Street to the left hand side of the concourse, turn at the bottom along Lime Street (or directly on to Bolton street from the side entrance) and take 1st left up Copperas Hill. Venue is 100 yards up the hill on your left.

Travelling by Road

Enter Liverpool via the M62/Edge Lane corridor and follow signs for ‘City Centre’ and then signs for ‘Lime Street Station’. Venue is approx 200m south of the station complex. The venue is on the corner of Bolton Street and Copperas Hill

For those entering the city via the M53/Wallasey tunnel, follow ‘City Centre’ direction (right lane) out of the tunnel, then stay in middle lane when approaching the city centre, turn left at roundabout for Birkenhead tunnel, get into the right lane and turn right at the set of traffic lights at the top of the hill, follow Lime St and take second left after the station, the venue is 100m on the left.

[/b]Parking[/b]

There is only time-limited daytime street parking available near the venue with very sharp traffic wardens even at weekends – this is Liverpool City Centre! There are public car parks in Mount Pleasant (around 300m away) and at the top of Copperas Hill allowing attractive all-day rates, the car park on Bolton Street next to the venue is expensive and closes at tea-time, or St John’s Shopping Centre (but check closing times). Use of Public Transport is strongly recommended. There is an all day £5 car park 10 minutes walk away on the corner of Hope St and Hardman St.

The venue is located on the corner of Bolton Street and Copperas Hill

Flying to Liverpool

Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LPL) has excellent connections to cities throughout Europe, being a hub for several Budget airlines. Booking early is recommended for the cheapest flights. Do NOT fly to Stansted!! It is at the other end of the country with very poor transport links!!

City Country Airline
Aberdeen UK EA
Agadir MO RY
Alicante ES RY/EJ
Amsterdam NL EJ/KLM*
Barcelona ES EJ
Belfast City NI RY
Belfast International NI EJ
Bergerac FR RY
Berlin DE EJ
Bordeaux FR EJ
Bremen DE RY
Bydgoszcz PL RY
Carcassonne FR RY
Cork IR RY
Derry IR RY
Dublin IR RY
Dubrovnik HR EJ
Faro PT EJ
Gdansk PL WZ
Geneva CH EJ
Gerona ES RY
Granada ES RY
Ibiza ES EJ/RY
Innsbruck AT EJ
Isle of Man UK FBE
Jersey UK EJ
Katowice PL WZ
Kaunas LT RY
Knock IR RY
Krakow PL EJ / RY
Limoges FR RY
Lisbon PT EJ
Madrid ES EJ / RY
Mahon (Majorca) ES EJ
Malaga ES EJ / RY
Milan Bergamo IT RY
Murcia ES RY
Nantes FR RY
Naples IT EJ
Nice FR EJ
Nimes FR RY
Oslo Torp NO RY
Palma ES EJ
Paris CDG FR EJ
Pisa IT RY
Poznan PL RY
Prague CZ WZ
Reus ES RY
Riga LV RY
Rome IT RY
Seville ES RY
Shannon IR RY
Stavanger NO EA
Stockholm SE RY
Stornoway UK EA
Southampton UK EA
Tenerife ES RY
Venice Treviso IT RY
Warsaw PL WZ
Wick IR EA
Wroclaw PL RY

Ryanair (RY) – http://www.ryanair.com
Easyjet (EJ) – http://www.easyjet.co.uk
Wizzair (WZ) – http://www.wizzair.com
Fly BE (FBE) – http://www.flybe.com
Eastern (EA) – http://www.easternairways.com
KLM – http://www.klm.com *

* KLM offer connecting flights via Amsterdam to/from: Abu Dhabi, Abuja, Accra, Addis Ababa, Almaty, Athens, Atlanta, Bahrain, Bangkok, Barcelona, Beijing, Bergen, Berlin, Billund, Bologna, Bonaire, Bordeaux, Boston, Bremen, Brussels, Bucharest, Cairo, Cape Town, Chengdu, Chicago, Cologne/Bonn (Köln), Copenhagen, Curacao, Dallas/FW, Dammam, Dar es Salaam, Delhi, Detroit, Doha, Dubai, Dusseldorf, Entebbe/Kampala, Frankfurt, Geneva, Gothenburg, Guangzhou, Guyaquil, Hamburg, Hannover, Havana, Helsinki, Hong Kong, Houston, Istanbul, Jakarta, Johannesburg, Kano, Kiev, Kilimanjaro, Kristiansand, Kuala Lumpur, Kuwait, Lagos, Larnaca, Lima, Linkoping, Lisbon, Los Angeles, Luxembourg, Lyon, Madrid, Manila, Marseille, Mexico City, Milan, Montreal, Mosxow, Munich, Muscat, Nairobi, Nantes, New York, Nice, Nuremburg, Osaka, Oslo, Panama City, Paphos, Paramaribo, Paris CDG, Quito, Riga, Rome, San Francisco, Shanghai, Singapore, St Maarten, St Petersburg, Stavanger, Stockholm, Stuttgart, Taipei, Tehran, Tel Aviv, Tokyo, Toronto, Toulouse, Tripoli, Trondheim, Vancouver, Venice, Vienna, Warsaw, Washington DC and Zurich.

There are direct bus routes to the city centre (86A, 80A, 180) which stops within 100m of the Tournament Venue (Get off at John Lewis), alternatively a taxi will cost between £13 and £20 depending on the time of day.

Other scheduled international services to worldwide destinations can be found at Manchester Airport (MAN – 60km). There are hourly direct train services to Liverpool Lime Street, or change at Manchester Piccadilly station.

Accommodation

Liverpool is a major European city, and has a range of hotels to suit all budgets. The list below is not exhaustive but includes most places within walking distance of the tournament venue. Listed prices are from 2008 and subject to change.

Chain Hotels

Premier Inn
Liverpool Albert Dock – 1.4km from venue
East Britannia Building
Gower Street
Albert Dock
Liverpool
L3 4AD
Tel - 0870 990 6432
Fax - 0870 990 6433 - http://www.premierinn.com
£65 per room per night (family room sleeps up to 4x people)

Premier Inn
Liverpool City Centre – 2.1km from venue
Vernon Street
Liverpool
L2 2AY
Tel - 0870 238 3323
Fax - 0151 242 7666 - http://www.premierinn.com
£60 per room per night (family room sleeps 4x people)

Premier Inn
Liverpool (West Derby) – 5km from venue
Queens Drive
West Derby
Liverpool
L13 0DL
Tel - 08701 977 160
Fax - 0151 220 7610 - http://www.premierinn.com
£53 per room per night (family room sleeps 4x people)

Travelodge Liverpool Central - 500m from venue
25 Old Haymarket
Liverpool
L1 6ER
0871-984 6156
0151-227-5835 – http://www.travelodge.co.uk
£90 per room per night (family room sleeps 4x people)

Travelodge Liverpool Docks - 2.3 km from venue
Brunswick Dock
Sefton Street
Liverpool L3 4BH
Tel - 0871-984-6030
Fax - 0151-707-7769 – http://www.travelodge.co.uk
£90 per room per night (family room sleeps 4x people)


Formule 1 Liverpool – 2.4km from venue
25, Wapping
Baltic Triangle
L1 8LY Liverpool
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel : (+44) 0151 709 2040
Fax : (+44) 0151 709 3420
£31 per room per night (sleeps up to 3 people)
http://www.accorhotels.com/accorhotels/ ... otel.shtml

Ibis Liverpool City Centre – 2.4km from venue
27 Wapping,
Liverpool, L1 8LY
Tel : (+44)151/7069800 Fax : (+44)151/7069810
£54 per night double room
http://www.ibishotel.com/ibis/fichehote ... otel.shtml

Express by Holiday Inn – 2.8km from venue
Britannia Pavillion, Albert Dock, Liverpool, Merseyside L3 4AD
Tel: 0870 4009068
£63 per night (double)

Holiday Inn Liverpool City Centre – 2km from venue
St. Johns Precinct, Liverpool, Merseyside L1 1NQ
Tel: 0870 4009068
£72 per night (double)

Crowne Plaza Liverpool
St Nicholas Place, Pier Head, Liverpool L3 1QW
Tel 0870 400 7308
http://www.crowneplaza.com

Independent Hotels & Guesthouses

Aachen Hotel, Liverpool – 300m from venue
89-91 Mount Pleasant,
Liverpool,
L3 5TB
£44 per night for double room – can ask for up to 2 extra beds

Regent Hotel
4-8, Mount Pleasant, Liverpool, Merseyside L3 5RY
Tel: 0151 709 1514


Hope Street Hotel, Liverpool – 200m from venue
40 Hope St,
Liverpool, L1 9DA
£125-£140 per night for double – very posh!

Hanover Hotel, Liverpool – 1km from venue
62 Hanover Street,
Liverpool, L1 4AF
0151 709 6223
£70-£85 per night

Jamaica House U.K Community Investment Trust – 1km from venue
142-144, Upper Parliament St,
Liverpool, Merseyside
L8 7LG
Reservations: 0151 707 6911 Reservations: 0151 708 6881
£20 per night

Embassie Backpackers Hostel – 1km from venue
1, Falkner Square, Liverpool, Merseyside L8 7NU
Tel: 0151 707 1089

International Inn – 800m from venue
The Old Blakes Bldg
4 South Hunter St,
Liverpool L1 9JG
Tel: (0151) 709 8135
Tel: (0151) 707 9823
Approx £70 for 4 persons, £40 per twin per night (2007 prices)

The Blackburne Arms Hotel – 1500m from venue
24, Catharine St, Liverpool, Merseyside L8 7NL
Tel: 0151 707 1249

Adelphi Hotel – 100m from venue
Ranelagh Place, Liverpool L3 5UL
Tel: 0871 222 0029 Fax: 0871 222 7009
Email : res700@britanniahotels.com
Offers secure parking at £12 for 24 hours, rooms from £55 per night, decaying olde-worlde grandeur

Further information and Discussion
http://forum.britfoos.com/forum/viewtop ... f=1&t=7976

Online Pre-Registration Form
http://www.britfoos.com/registration/liverpool2010

Note – the final schedule will be confirmed on 25-1-09 on the above link

Pre-registration is strongly recommended – Package deals are only available to pre-registered players.

Other Enquiries

Boris Atha - +44-7767-307579 or e-mail boris@britfoos.com

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Al Volo Rules

Rule 1 - The winner of a coin toss may choose either side or first serve/kickoff. The loser will pay for the game.

Rule 2 - The goalie or defender will start the game by clearly saying ‘ready’ or ‘via’ and play the ball off the side wall.
A maximum of five touches against the side wall are allowed before shooting.
On infringement of this rule, the ball will pass to the opposing team at the defence.

Rule 3 - Once a goal is scored, serve-kickoff in defence goes to the losing team. If the ball exits the table or becomes unplayable between rods, it shall return to the server’s goal-area (even if it goes dead in opponents goal area)

Rule 4 - A match is played first to 8 goals, teams must change sides after 8 goals have been scored. If the score reaches 7-7 the winner will then be the first to score 10 goals.

Rule 5 - The game allows 5 touches, excluding the serve or interception. In attack 5 touches are allowed to have 5 touches against the side on the midfield and 5 touches in attack. All shooting and passing must be carried out with the ball in motion. If the ball touches an opponents figure the touch count is reset. In defence a total of 5 touches is allowed between defender and goalie.

Rule 6 - It is forbidden to touch the ball twice with the same figure or two figures on the same rod before shooting (applies to all rods). If this occurs accidentally the ball must be passed to the side-wall before shooting (or passing). A double touch will be allowed only in counter-attack in a shot from the goalkeeper or 5-bar (basically it means if you stop a shot or a pass and the ball is still around your figure(man)you can re-shoot the ball without touching the side wall).

Rule 7 - The following plays are allowed from defence with the ball in motion:
(a) Shot to side of table (bank-shot)
(b) Pass from defender (2-bar) to goalkeeper then shoot without stopping the ball
(c) Pass from goalie to defender and shoot
(d) Slap-back shot from opponent
(e) Dribble against side-wall and shoot
(f) Diagonal or central Fake without dragging the ball (no pull or push-shots)

Rule 8 - The following plays are allowed from attack with the ball in motion:
(a) Shot to side of table (bank-shot)
(b) Pass from attack (3-bar) to midfield (5-bar) then shoot
(c) Pass from midfield to attack and shoot
(d) Slap-back shot from opponent (on defender or goalie)
(e) Dribble against side-wall and shoot
(f) Diagonal or central fake without dragging the ball (no pull or push-shots)

Rule 9 - One time out of up to 5 minutes is allowed per game (per team) to allow medical or technical problems to be resolved. A time out may only be taken when a goal is scored or ball exits the table. All technical modifications (grips, lubrication, wipe the hands, or other) must be completed before serving the ball . A ball which enters the goal and bounces out is a valid goal.

Rule 10 - The following moves are illegal, if these result in a goal it will not count.
(a) Pass between two players on the same rod
(b) The ball may not be dragged before shooting (push/pull shots) or pinned unless it then touches the side-wall before being shot.
(c) Spinning - The rod may not rotate more than 360 degrees before striking the ball
(d) When the ball touches 2 players in attack before entering the goal
(e) When cannoning (bouncing) between the side-wall and the man the ball enters the goal "jumping" behind the goalkeeper (aerial shots/event horizon etc)
(f) The ball leaves the table, hits a foreign object, and rebounds into goal
(g) Shooting a stopped ball
(h) Where, following serve, a goal is scored from defence without saying 'ready' or 'via'
(i) When you save and shoot directly without playing the ball against the side-wall at least once.

Rule 11 - Other faults during play will be notified by a referee appointed by the tournament director. In case of a dispute, the head official will decide, after hearing the case of both sides, whether a goal is valid. After any foul, the ball will be re-served from the opposing defence. Players are expected to act in an appropriate sporting manner and not bring the game into disrepute.

Rule 12 - In singles events the player cannot lift midfield players when shooting from defence.

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Re: Liverpool Open 2010

Post by Rytis Mitkus » Tue Nov 10, 2009 10:21 pm

im buying my tickets asap, to get cheapest ones. also looking for OD and Semi-pro doubles partner :)

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Re: Liverpool Open 2010

Post by potts » Thu Nov 12, 2009 5:38 pm

no novice singles?

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Re: Liverpool Open 2010

Post by Rytis Mitkus » Tue Nov 17, 2009 2:34 pm

hi, i would like to know more info if possible. like fees, itsf status. also i would like to get some info about cheap accommodation if possible too.

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Re: Liverpool Open 2010

Post by Boris » Tue Nov 17, 2009 9:44 pm

I'm open to NS provided we can fit it into the schedule.

Re accommodation, I believe Accor Hotels are running a very cheap promotion if you book soon (looking at last weekend's papers).

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Re: Liverpool Open 2010

Post by Christopher Lyall » Tue Nov 17, 2009 9:54 pm

Rytis Mitkus wrote:hi, i would like to know more info if possible. like fees, itsf status. also i would like to get some info about cheap accommodation if possible too.
Last time we stayed in a Formule 1 european youth hostel (Google it) was pretty cheap I think.
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Re: Liverpool Open 2010

Post by Bundy Volume 1 » Wed Nov 18, 2009 2:57 am

Now I have me own place, I have plenty of floor space.

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Re: Liverpool Open 2010

Post by Christopher Lyall » Wed Nov 18, 2009 10:01 am

Evertonian wrote:Now I have me own place, I have plenty of floor space.
Is that an open invitation?
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Re: Liverpool Open 2010

Post by Rytis Mitkus » Wed Nov 18, 2009 3:50 pm

caféaulait wrote:
Evertonian wrote:Now I have me own place, I have plenty of floor space.
Is that an open invitation?
Indeed, i would appreciate it very much. hotel is like half or even more my travel expenses

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Re: Liverpool Open 2010

Post by Bundy Volume 1 » Wed Nov 18, 2009 6:58 pm

Damn my drunken posts of trying to be nice....

Think I've already promised a lot of people they can stay at mine. Those who can stay will know who they are (I'm sure I could squeeze a few Warwickites in, though not if you bring the whole hoard).

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Re: Liverpool Open 2010

Post by Rytis Mitkus » Wed Nov 18, 2009 7:18 pm

oh, damn :))

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Re: Liverpool Open 2010

Post by Tomolo » Tue Nov 24, 2009 9:57 pm

Looks like I'm coming, my friends want to visit Liverpool so we'll all come up at the same time. Will be good to play there again as it was my first garlando tournament last year.

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Re: Liverpool Open 2010

Post by Boris » Thu Dec 03, 2009 5:19 pm

ITSF Pro-Tour status confirmed!

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Re: Liverpool Open 2010

Post by Boris » Thu Dec 10, 2009 4:37 pm

Updated tournament info package

The following players have won free packages to this tournament from the 2009 Liverpool Amateur Championships
Chris Nguyen - POL (1st overall, top singles player)
Andy Cowley - GBR (2nd overall)
Fabio Bortolini - ITA (3rd overall, top doubles team)
Alessandra Croce - ITA (3rd overall, top doubles team)

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Re: Liverpool Open 2010

Post by Jozefi » Mon Jan 04, 2010 6:43 pm

Hi there!

I'm looking for a partner for the mixed category in Liverpool. So GIRLS if someone of you is available don`t hesitate to send me a message at my e-mail address (j.tari83@gmail.com). I`m a striker so i need a defender by the way. :)

Thanks for your help. C U on the competition!

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Re: Liverpool Open 2010

Post by Graeme » Mon Jan 11, 2010 1:10 pm

Boris is the schedule confirmed now? Or still provisional?
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Re: Liverpool Open 2010

Post by leaks » Mon Jan 11, 2010 11:15 pm

I will have a load of Pro's Pro wraps available for sale at this tournament for £1 each. They are Ultra Tacky, come in various colors and are 0.7mm thick. Please feel free to pm me if you want to preorder some, otherwise just come get some from me at the tournie.

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Re: Liverpool Open 2010

Post by Boris » Tue Jan 12, 2010 7:57 pm

Graeme wrote:Boris is the schedule confirmed now? Or still provisional?
Confirmed subject to turnout (events need a minimum of 3x players/teams to be held).

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Re: Liverpool Open 2010

Post by davez » Sat Jan 16, 2010 8:53 pm

WARNING: Liverpool is pretty full on the Saturday night due to some sort of football match. Anyone finding any space?
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Re: Liverpool Open 2010

Post by Bundy Volume 1 » Sun Jan 17, 2010 3:25 am

davez wrote:WARNING: Liverpool is pretty full on the Saturday night due to some sort of football match. Anyone finding any space?
Liverpool have a home game on Saturday. As they don't have many fans in the city, they have to make to with the people from Essex and Norway etc that travel up and have to stay over.

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