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Did You Know...

... that NSL-TV features last weekend's AA Class drama at the Tomscat Trophy?

AA Class awards with AYRO and Paul Hofstee
posted Jun 28th, 2018 - The NSL News goes back to the AA Class competition at the Tomscat Trophy after the first update of this category's exciting battle on the combined leaderboard on June 25th.

This new update features the meet videos of the Dutch and the Belgian teams that took the first two places in Hoogeveen, Netherlands, and finished 1st (AYRO) and 3rd (Team Red) on the combined international leaderboard.

Team Red had won the Tomscat Trophy after the tie-breaking procedure when both teams ended up in 1st place and the meet was called after Round 8 on Saturday evening. Team Red won with the highest score in Round 3 (18) and the video shows how AYRO lost the four missing points only due to video troubles after the exit.

AYRO's 15-pointer in Round 6 would have been the next round with the highest score after Round 3 and would have given the 1st place to the Belgian team. However, it was a great start into the AA Class outdoor competition for AYRO who have a very successful A Class year behind them and had moved up into the AA Class with a 3rd place at the World Challenge 2018.

Tomscat Trophy 2018
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Total Avg
Rank AA Class M,14,B 6,G,11 C,P,E,7 D,Q,20 19,18 N,A,2 22,L,F 1,8 Total Avg
1 Team Red  NL  13 -1 9    18    11    10    11    11 -1 10    93 11.6
2 Ayro  BE  14    11    14 -4 11    9    15    11 -1 8 -3 93 11.6
3 Bad Habits  NL  10    8    13    10    8    10    8    7    74 9.3
4 Blok 43  NL  9 -1 4 -2 14    7 -1 7    9    7    8    65 8.1
5 Paradocks  NL  9    8    9 -2 8    7    5 -3 7 -2 5    58 7.3
6 Lightning  NL  8 -1 7    10    7    6 -1 7    5    5    55 6.9
7 Try-out  NL  7    8    10    7    3    6    6    6 -1 53 6.6
Blok 43 at the ESL Championship 2017
Team Red started with Laura Surink, Koen Spruit, Sofia van der Vlist and Jacky Cortel last year as the farm team of the Dutch 20+ project, with competitors of a new Dutch 4-way generation. The Project 20+ organizers were hoping to have Team Red ready to attend their first competition in the Rookie or A Class at last year's national championships, despite very low jump numbers of the team members.

It did not happen, and a new Team Red lineup (Danny Dörfel, Andy Pieters, Laura Surink, Sofia van der Vlist, Fanny Hopmans on camera) posted the first scoring numbers last weekend on the top of the AA Class leaderboard at the Tomscat Trophy instead.

Danny Dörfel was an Out of the Blue member last year and brings the AAA Class experience to Team Red in the AA Class. He was in the Out of the Blue lineup that posted the 14.2 average at last year's national championships that the new lineup almost tied last weekend.

Team Red will surely not miss the national championships this year. Blok 43 won last year with a 10.1 average, and Team Red is already far ahead of the other Dutch teams who competed at the Tomscat Trophy. The Project 20+ teams will probably take the AAA and AA top spots this year in the Netherlands, and there could also be a strong Dutch delegation at the ESL Championship 2018...

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