• Results 4/3/13

    On the last club night before the Grand Prix only five players attended – a disappointingly low turn-out. Only two competitive matches were played. Baver Bari gained his second point of the campaign drawing with Zoltan Hegedus. In the first round of the Association Cup Barry Corr edged out Hegedus. Corr will now play Colin

  • Results 25/2/13

    Only 3 league matches were played. Both Burns and Butler won their league matches and so it is as you were at the top of the league. Burns had a comfortable 6-0 win over Baver Bari while Butler struggled to break down a Zoltan Hegedus defence but winning 1-0. This was also the scoreline in

  • Results 18/2/13

    The temperature outside had fallen below zero but inside, in the match between Colin Day and Baver Bari, lots of heat was being generated. 2-1 down, Bari thought he had equalised but Day claimed offside. Day had flicked out a defender to leave an attacker in an offside position as Bari moved the ball into

  • Association Cup draw made

        The draw has been made for the first two rounds of this season’s Association Cup. In World Subbuteo this is one of the oldest trophies still being played for. Traditionally the final is played on the last club night of the season. There are three first round ties. Corr should be favourite to

  • Results 11/2/13

    It was another cold night in Glasgow but this time turnout was good. Willie Fleming moved to the top of the league after scoring a last minute winner against Ronnie McKenzie. Fleming, however, has played way more games than anyone else. Surprise of the night was Barry Corr holding Dave Butler to a 1-1 draw.

  • Greece loses World Cup

    The FISTF Board have announced that they have decided to organise the Subbuteo World Cup, not in Greece but in another country.  The Greek association has agreed to this change. The only justification given for this decision is, the ‘huge problems in Greece nowadays’. Of course there are difficulties in Greece just now as it

  • Circuit Event 3 Cairneyhill

    Dave Butler failed in his attempt to go clear at the top of the National League. After Sunday’s event he finds himself in second place, two points behind Steve Bennett. The day started well for Butler with two crushing defeats of Willie Fleming (4-0) and Malcolm Lees (8-2). In round 3, however, he lost 2-0