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quintais

Posted by: s davis) at 2008-06-24 20:19:49
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does anyone know if he's still retired from international competitions.
does he play le marseillaise, and can he, suchaud speak any english?
thanks

quintais

Posted by: s davis) at 2008-06-25 20:22:56
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does anyone also know what club they play in and what days we are likely to see them in action

quintais

Posted by: Heiner Theofel) at 2008-06-26 04:19:08
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The club is DUC de Nice. In short they will have a match in Mannheim, Germany (European team cup), more about that see here:
http://www.petanque-bw.de/CEPeuroCup.htm#Nizza
(Date for that event currently not fixed)

quintais

Posted by: s davis) at 2008-06-26 20:12:24
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anyone else know?

quintais

Posted by: Heiner Theofel) at 2008-08-21 06:07:12
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The date for that match is now fixed:

Satuday 27. Sept. 2008, Start 17.00 (for the details see the link in former posting)

quintais

Posted by: E S) at 2008-07-06 23:04:06
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Quintais is only retired from playing in the World Championships. He continues to play in all the French Championships--he just won the triples again--the Masters, and other biggies like the Marseillaise, Millau, etc.

His club is Nice DUC. I met him in Thailand last year. He doesn't speak English.

quintais

Posted by: maurice belz) at 2008-10-12 18:25:55
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New Zealand had the pleasure of Quintais, Suchaud and Rocher visit us in February 2008 (see our website www.petanquenz.com - although I didn't personally get to know them, the kiwi's who did host them found all 3 to be a pleasure knowing. Suchaud and Rocher had very little English, but by all accounts Quintais had a very good grasp of English and an excellent sense of humour. How did NZ get such esteemed Petanque company? Courtesy of Victor Nataf the French coach who we met in Melbourne Australia at a Trans-Tasman Tournament (NZ vs Australia) where Victor and Claude Raouley (sp?) were running a coaching session with the Aussie and kiwi coaches. Dinner with Victor & Claude and the oil of vino led to the wonderful experience of having international petanque champions at our shores.

quintais

Posted by: mitch x) at 2009-01-26 12:02:03
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the name of the other guy is claude raluy. he runs this:
http://ciep.petanque.free.fr/Anglais/home/index.html


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