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II Estonian Championship

Dice Football champion 2009 is Aivar Pohlak!

Exactly one year later, the second championship in Estonian Dice Football was held on 17th of December 2009. Last years winner Toomas Kalvet, more commonly known as King of Sweden, was also present for this years championship. In every group, there was at least one Estonian Champion League or an abroad playing football player, unfortunately in group C, due to illness, Ingemar Teever was absent.

Among professional footballers, group winners were Joel Lindpere (FC Tromsö), Eino Puri (FC Levadia) and Mikk Haavistu (FC Nõmme Kalju).

Gert Kams (FC Flora) gained 6 points but dropped out by goal differences in the dead group. Differences in goals became also decisive for Tõnis Kaukvere (FC Nõmme Kalju), Meelis Rooba (Paide City Team) and Henri Anier (Genua Sampdoria). Anier, who plays in Italy, participated in the tournament again on his birthday, becoming 19 years of age.

Estonian national team assisting coach Janno Kivisild won sports magazine Sporditäht tournament in 2005, but lost all matches this time. To the finals struggled (with negative goal difference!) Estonian Football Federation president Aivar Pohlak.

In first round of play offs, 2004 tournament winner Joel Lindpere, who partnered up with his son Juan, was defeated. In one game Juan made two amazing goals, which his father later on annulled, as he was playing offside. Mikk Haavistu, who was the only professional player to struggle into quarter finals, was finally defeated by Aivar Pohlak.

Estonian Football Federation president Aivar Pohlak was the player of the tournament. Pohlak has also won one of the first Dice Football tournaments held in 1996 - it was played in Moscow-Tallinn train, alongside with FC Flora team. In the finals, Pohlak won the current head coach of the team, Teitur Thordarson, scoring 3:2. This time Pohlak became the champion by a steady progress, winning also 3:2 in the finals against FC Flora fan Jaanus Nuutret.

Estonian Dice Football Championship games were held with the help of A. Le Coq beer, who provided the prizes. In spring 2010 there will be held A. Le Coq prize tournament games.

Results of 2nd Estonian Dice Football Championship

Group A

1. Žurawski 2 1 0 9:5 7
2. Joel Lindpere 2 0 1 8:8 6
3. Heigo Niilop 1 1 1 11:10 4
3. Janno Kivisild 0 0 3 7:12 0

Lindpere – Žurawski 1:4, Kivisild – Niilop 4:6, Žurawski – Kivisild 2:1, Lindpere – Niilop 3:2, Žurawski – Niilop 3:3, Lindpere – Kivisild 4:2.


Group B

1. Helen Tandre 2 1 0 16:7 7
2. Rootsi Kunn 1 1 1 11:11 4
3. Tõnis Kaukvere 1 1 1 9:12 4
4. Christian Happel 0 1 0 4:10 1

Kaukvere – Tandre 3:3, Rootsi Kunn – Happel 1:1, Tandre – Rootsi Kunn 7:2, Kaukvere – Happel 3:1, Tandre – Happel 6:2, Rootsi Kunn – Kaukvere 8:3.


Group C

1. Vosem Nol 2 0 0 8:2 6
2. Rauno 1 0 1 6:6 3
3. Indrek Petersoo 0 0 2 1:7 0

Vosem Nol – Petersoo 3:0, Vosem Nol – Rauno 5:2, Petersoo – Rauno 1:4.


Group D

1. Jaanus Nuutre 2 1 0 9:4 7
2. Mikk Haavistu 2 0 1 9:7 6
3. Katrin Ehatamm 1 1 1 6:7 4
4. Kalju Ait 0 0 3 4:10 0

Haavistu – Ehatamm 4:2, Nuutre – Ait 4:1, Ehatamm – Nuutre 2:2, Ait – Haavistu 2:4, Ehatamm – Ait 2:1, Haavistu – Nuutre 1:3.


Group E

1. Raily Anter 3 0 0 11:5 9
2. Margo Noode 1 0 2 8:8 3
3. Henri Anier 1 0 2 8:9 3
4. Kristjan Tulp 1 0 2 7:12 3

Anier – Anter 2:3, Tulp – Noode 2:4, Anter – Tulp 5:1, Noode – Anier 2:3, Anter – Noode 3:2, Anier – Tulp 3:4.


Group F

1. Rauno Leesment 2 0 1 13:9 6
2. Kair 2 0 1 9:9 6
3. Gert Kams 2 0 1 6:6 6
4. Kristi Leinus 0 0 3 7:11 0

Kams – Leinus 3:2, Kair – Leesment 3:7, Leinus – Kair 0:2, Leesment – Kams 0:1, Leinus – Leesment 5:6, Kams – Kair 2:4.


Group G

1. Erik Heintare 2 1 0 7:3 7
2. Artjom Aleksejev 1 1 1 5:4 4
3. Meelis Rooba 1 1 1 4:5 4
4. Senaator 0 1 2 2:5 1

Rooba – Sen 2:1, Heintare – Aleksejev 3:2, Sen – Heintare 1:1, Aleksejev – Rooba 1:1, Rooba – Heintare 1:3, Sen – Aleksejev 0:2.


Group H

1. Eino Puri 2 0 1 12:6 6
2. Aivar Pohlak 1 1 1 4:5 4
3. Kaspar Tammist 1 1 1 11:15 4
4. Katri Lillemäe 0 2 1 3:5 2

Puri – Lillemäe 2:0, Pohlak – Tammist 4:5, Lillemäe - Pohlak 1:1, Tammist – Puri 4:9, Pohlak – Puri 2:1, Lillemäe – Tammist 2:2.


1/8-finals

Pohlak - Žurawski 6:3
Haavistu - Anter 4:1
Vosem Nol – Rootsi Kunn 6:3
Heintare – Kair 3:2
Tandre – Lindpere 3:1
Leesment – Noode 2:1
Nuutre – Rauno 3:3, penaltid 4:2
Aleksejev - Puri 1:1, penaltid 4:3


Quarterfinals

Pohlak – Haavistu 3:1
Vosem Nol – Heintare 2:0
Leesment – Tandre 4:0
Nuutre – Aleksejev 3:2


Semifinals

Pohlak – Vosem Nol 6:3
Nuutre – Leesment 3:0

3.-4. place games
Vosem Nol – Leesment 2:2, penaltid 4:3


Finals

Pohlak – Nuutre 3:2








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