Third Victory for Reginald Kraaijenbrink

For the third time is 4 weeks time, Reginald Kraaijenbrink was the winner at a WUTTO tournament. During the 1st WUTTO SHOT Hardbat Open (Soest, Province of Utrecht) he had close wins against Marty Hendriksen in the semi final (3:2, 12:10 in the fifth) and in the final 3:1 against the fantastic defender Arnoud Meijer, who had beaten Lars Adema in the semis.


The Viking strikes again

Beware of The Viking! For the second time in the last three WUTTO-tournaments, Reginald Kraaijenbrink finished as the No 1. In one of the biggest Dutch events - at the Midstars club in the Province of Groningen - he played 7 matches and he only lost one set (21:1), against the suprising Bram Parlevliet.
In the last three rounds he was the better player against Reijno Hut (9, 9, 7), Michel van de Kamp (4, 8, 10) and Lars Adema (6, 9, 10). So 400 points again for Kraaijenbrink (on the photo with Lars).


First WUTTO cap voor Ian de Graaf

Ian de Graaf, from Nijkerk, the Netherlands, gave himself a great victory at the WUTTO Hercules Open in Terborg. After beating Robin Luijer in the semis, he was also the better man against Lars 'Spiderman' Adema. In a thrilling 5-setter - in wich Lars had many chances to win, even a matchpoint! - Ian took his first WUTTO victory: 7:11, 12:10, 5:11, 11:5, 13:11. So 200 points for Ian for the World Ranking. Lars is still leading the field. On the 2013 ranking Reginald 'Viking' Kraaijenbrink (semi finalist in Terborg) is the new no. 1.


A very fine victory for THE VIKING in Utrecht!

Reginald Kraaijenbrink had - 1 week before his own tournament - a very fine victory at SVE in Utrecht. In a fantastic field with a.o. Lars Adema and Marty Hendriksen, he could hold the trophy after beating Lars 3:1. Both Marty, who had lost against Reginald, and Theo Quast finished 3rd. In the doubles Reginald took a second 1st prize. Together with Robin Luijer he was stronger than Gerwin Steenwijk & Arno Luc Ackermann. Next Dutch hardbat stop: WUTTO Hercules Open in Terborg.


John Scott unbeatable in Klazienaveen

The great allrounder John Scott, first divisionist at Tempo-Team Amsterdam, triumphed in the second WUTTO tournament of the 2013 season. The runner-up was in fact the organiser of the WUTTO EDR Open in Klazienaveen, Berold Ronde. It was a close finish for Scott: 11:7, 7:11, 11:8, 15:13. The semi-finalists were Mike Bos and Tommy Gimbrere. The A category had 24 competitors with 200 ranking points for Scott, 100 for Ronde and 50 for both Bos and Gimbrere.



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