Copa Republica: Stories and Winners

Copa Republica: Stories and Winners

Copa Republica: the only competition in the world for teams from 0 to 40 goals. The Cup is divided into 16 circuits, winners playing the final round in Palermo and Pilar. Created by Francisco “Paco” Ceballos in 1929 , it was only in 1938 adopted when it the name Copa Republica Argentina. The first champion was team Dorrego ( Haakon Haugaard, Nicolas Ambrosius, Bonde Ambrosius, Ernesto Grant) , who won the final in Washington.
Coronel Suarez leads the board of titles won over the years with 16, the last one in 2003 (Marcos Araya, Benjamin Araya ( h ), Santiago Araya, Diego Araya).
Eduardo ” Taio ” Novillo Astrada, managed to get a title in 1990, along with his three oldest sons Eduardo ( 17 years ), Miguel ( 16) and Javier ( 14); after 15 appearances and 5 finals trying. On the other hand Juan Jose Brane with 5 victories is the player that has won the coveted Cup the most times.
The youngest winners of the title are, up to now, Benjamin Araya (1978) and Javier Novillo Astrada (1990 ) both at the age of 14. The first woman to both play and win it was Marianela Castagnola in 1997 for La Dolfina alongside his cousin Bartolome Castagnola, Adolfo Cambiaso and Guillermo Caset .
Last Champions :
1986 CORONEL SUAREZ: Ricardo Garrós, Juan J. Brané, Sergio Boudou y Daniel Boudou.
1987 LA ELISA: Germán Etchegaray, Juan C. Echeverz, Juan Barroso y Gustavo Courreges.
1988 CHAPALEUFU: Ignacio Heguy, Héctor Guerrero, Bautista Heguy y Horacio A. Heguy.
1989 CORONEL SUAREZ: Sebastián Harriott, Ramiro Garrós, Marcelo Frayssinet y Juan Harriott.
1990 LA AGUADA – LA CAÑADA: Javier Novillo Astrada, Miguel Novillo Astrada, Eduardo Novillo Astrada y Eduardo Novillo Astrada (h).
1991 CORONEL SUAREZ – LA TAPERA: Marcelo Araya, Zenón Zorrilla, Sergio Boudou y Juan José Araya.
1992 CORONEL SUAREZ: Ricardo Garrós, Sebastián Harriott, Juan Harriott y Juan José Brané.
1993 LA CAÑADA – LAS LIEBRES: Ignacio Novillo Astrada, Matías Magrini, Miguel Novillo Astrada y José Chediack.
1994 CHAPALEUFU: Federico Reuman, Santiago Nagore, Luis A. Ortíz de Urbina y Alberto Garzarón.
1995 TRENQUE LAUQUEN: Juan Agustín García Grossi, Carlos Sola, Martín Zubía y Vicente Chas.
1996 LA MARTINA: Juan Piombo, Marcial Socas, Adolfo Cambiaso (h) y Santiago Chavanne.
1997 LA DOLFINA: Marianela Castagnola, Guillermo Caset, Adolfo Cambiaso (h) y Bartolomé Castagnola.
1998 EL RINCON: Martín Ravina, Lucas Criado, Mariano Aguerre e Ignacio Figueras.
1999 CORONEL SUAREZ: Ignacio de Lusarreta, Juan José Brané, Juan Harriott y Martín Pasman.
2000 CORONEL SUAREZ: Eduardo Anca, Santos Anca, Juan José Brané e Ignacio de Lusarreta.
2001 EL TRIANGULO: Ezequiel Dupont, Pablo Falabella, Pablo Zavaleta y Juan Sánchez Elía.
2002 LA IRENITA: Carlos Reyes Terrabusi, Pablo Mac Donough, Juan José Brané e Ignacio Heguy.
2003 CORONEL SUAREZ: Marcos Araya, Benjamín Araya, Santiago Araya y Diego Araya.
2004 VENADO TUERTO: Juan Ruiz Guiñazú (h), Tomás Ruiz Guiñazú, Martín Vidou y Sebastián Alexander.
2005 LA PICAZA: Carlos Reyes Terrabusi, Mariano Uranga, Guillermo Willington y Eduardo Heguy.
2006 LA DOLFINA LORO PIANA: Patricio Cieza, Alfio Marchini, Milo Fernández Araujo y Adolfo Cambiaso (h).
2007 LA PICAZA: Carlos Reyes Terrabusi, Ignacio Heguy, Guillermo Willington y Eduardo Heguy.
2008 LA MARIANA VILLA REAL: Hilario Ulloa, Roberto Villa Real, Agustín Merlos y Juan Agustín García Grossi.
2009 LA DOLFINA LORO PIANA: Gustavo Usandizaga, Alfio Marchini, Adolfo Cambiaso (h) y Lucas James.
2010 LA BAMBA DE ARECO: Diego Cavanagh, Santiago Tanoira, Guillermo Willington y Rodrigo Rueda (h).
2011 LA ESTRELLA ENIGMA: Juan Zubiaurre, Juan Jauretche, Matías Mac Donough y Valerio Zubiaurre (h).
2012 LA ESQUINA: Pascual Sainz de Vicuña, Diego Cavanagh, Alejandro Agote y Rodrigo Rueda (h).
2013 LA BAMBA DE ARECO: Diego Cavanagh, Rodrigo Rueda (h), Guillermo Willington y Rodrigo Rueda.
2014 LA HERRADURA DE PINAMAR: Ignacio Negri, Valerio Zubiaurre (h), Joaquín Pittaluga y Gonzalo Avendaño.
2015 LA MANCHA: Juan Martín Zubía, Lucas Díaz Alberdi, Alejandro Díaz Alberdi y Francisco Elizalde.

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