HOT NEW! THE HEART OF TEXAS PETANQUE JUST WON THE JEAN LAFONT MEMORIAL.

Hello everyone and welcome,

The Dallas Petanque Club just organized their Annual Jean Lafont Tournament.  It is one of the best in the Country.  The organization is flawless and the welcoming unprecedented.  Even the weather was welcoming we started with a 63 high and didn’t go above 72 toward the end of the day, pretty unreal for this time of the year in TX.  The amount of courts are limited so only 36 players can participate, but composed of skilled players.  It was a hard competition all day long.  We did four rounds of elimination and into the  quarter, semi and final.  Seven games to make it all the way to the Jean Lafont trophy.  The final was composed of a well  known Dallas team, Cesar and Xavier against an Austin team Arsene and Jim.  A big crowd were cheering the local team but Arsene and Jim finished on the top.

Thank you to all the organizer of this great event, thank you to the hosts who invited everyone the day before for dinner and thank to everyone who participated.

A+ Love Arsene.

 

Results: Concours.

First place:  Arsene Dupin, Jim Schwobel

Second Place:Cesar Maksoud, Xavier Grandjean

Third place: Jeanne Marie Browning, Richard Fernandez

Results Consolante:

First place: Martin Johnsen, Remi Prevot

Second place: Salah Kabous, Frederic Nave

Third place: Mikael Malagies, Stephanie Malagies

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