House take eurofootballfives.com glory at the
second attempt following a runners-up finish
in the 2008 Prague Masters. They beat CEPL of
Holland into second place.
the Plate competition it was Polish side, and
our hosts for the post-tournament social, Irish
Mbassy who took the honours. It was English
debutants Alphasights who claimed the Plate
day's personal honours went to CEPL's Matthew
Morgan who claimed the top goalscorer award
courtesy of 4-goals in his final game to finish
on 8 for the tournament and narrowly beat team-mate
Rakesh Dewoe who finished on 7.
Below you will find the full schedule of resutls
of the day's action. Click on a link for further
details of how that round or group panned out.
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