Category: Team Handball

KNKB Frisian Kaatsen Women’s Championship 2019

KNKB Dutch Handball Logo
KNKB Dutch Handball Logo [References: 1]

Ranking and Points

PosNamePlace (Hometown)1st2nd3rdPoints
1Manon ScheepstraHuizum159265
2Ilse TuinengaFraneker155257
3Imke van der LeestEasterein98346
4Sjanet WijniaWommels114445
5Nynke SijbrandijHuizum96544
6Marrit ZeinstraGroningen86642
7Louise KrolEe44828
7Anne MonfilsGroningen29428
9Harmke SiegersmaBerltsum18423
10Margriet BakkerEasterlittens9422
11Sandra HofstraWjelsryp23921
11Tineke DijkstraWjelsryp221121
13Jeska TerpstraEasterein23416
14Martzen DeinumWommels22212
15Lotte DelgrossoMarsum2119
16Anne Berber ZeinstraLeeuwarden237
16Jennie TerpstraMantgum157
18Serena HovengaMarsum26
18Anna-Dieuwke DijkstraHuizum1116
18Anna-Brecht BruinsmaWommels226
21Annet de HaanSt. Annaparochie24
22Klasina HuistraReduzum13
22Sjoukje VisserDamwoude13
22Jeske de BoerLeeuwarden13
22Anouk TolsmaDronrijp13
22Melissa Rianna HiemstraStiens13
22Marte AltenburgGrou33
22Jildou SweeringFolsgare33
29Hester BruinsmaWommels12
29Sietske OkkemaEasterein12
29Anke WinkelDronrijp12
29Amarins de GrootMantgum12
29Rixt KeuningMantgum12
29Andrea KroesGauw12
29Sigrid de JongBlauwhuis12
29Annelien BroersmaLeeuwarden12
37Metsje Sipma11
37Aukje van KuikenKollumerpomp11
37Hiske ZeinstraGroningen11
37Rixt WijniaWommels11
37Jeanette JansmaDronrijp11
37Wiljo SijbrandijLeeuwarden11
37Marie-Jetske LettingaLeeuwarden11
37Hendrieke van der SchootSexbierum11
37Marije HellingaMarsum11
[References; 2]

Report

Manon Scheepstra of Huizum won her fourth “Queenship” title in Frisian Kaatsen (Handball) in 2019 with 65 points from 15 first , 9 seconds and 2 thirds, 8 points ahead of second placed Ilse Tuinenga of Franeker. Imke van der Leest of Easterein came third on 46 points.

About

Kaatsen is a Frisian version of Handball that was first codified in 1853 by the Franeker de P.C. oprichten (Permanente Commissie). On 7 June 1897 it became part of the Nederlands Kaats Bond and then in 1934 became independent again as the CFK, de Christelijke Friese Kaatsbond. In 1994 it again merged with thE KNKB. It is Primarily played in Franeker in Friesland.

From the KNKB Website:

By bouncing (Kaatsen) is meant:
Two teams that fight each other by passing the ball to each other. This involves a storage party (service) and a returning party. In the scoring, 4 winning strokes yield a first / game (game) and in addition to direct winning strokes, there are undecided strokes (bounce = wooden marker), which later yield points after switching functions.

Frisian handball originated in the 12th century in cloisters in France and therefore found its way north via Belgium.
Bounce was first played on squares throughout the Netherlands by the ‘hegerein’ (well-to-do), only later on grass. When the nobles withdrew more to the tennis courts with their game, handball became a game for ‘the common people’.”

Map of Franeker Friesland, Netherlands

References

Logos

[1] KNVB (2020) resize [Internet] Available from: https://www.knkb.nl/includes/resize.asp?website=implementatie&width=1024&height=800&image=26552969d4a04.png [Accessed 23 October 2020]

Websites

[2] Kaatshistorie (2020) Klassement [Damen Hoofdklasse][2019] [Internet] Available from: https://www.kaatshistorie.nl/klassement.php [Accessed 5 May 2021]

[3] KNVB (2020) Kaatsen (Bounce): History [Internet] Available from: https://www.knkb.nl/pageid=13483/Historie.html [Accessed 23 October 2020]

Images

[4] KNVB (2020) resize [Internet] Available from: https://www.knkb.nl/includes/resize.asp?website=implementatie&width=1024&height=800&image=26652f2464ab8.jpg [Accessed 23 October 2020]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Jillian Glynn

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Last Updated: 5 May 2021

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KNKB Frisian Kaatsen Men’s Championship 2019

KNKB Dutch Handball Logo
KNKB Dutch Handball Logo [References: 1]

Points

Pos.NamePlace (Hometown)1st2nd3rdPoints
1Tjisse SteenstraBeetgumermolen147359
2Gert-Anne van der BosHolwerd, Mantgum153455
3Taeke TriemstraSt.-Jacobiparochie134552
4Marten Pieter BergsmaMinnertsga105242
5Hendrik KootstraMinnertsga65331
6Renze Pieter HiemstraZweins, St.-Annaparochie, St.-Jacobiparochie, Deinum56330
6Menno van ZwietenPeins, Heerenveen28830
8Hans WassenaarTzumamrum, Leeuwarden55227
8Erwin ZijlstraOosterlittens36627
10Dylan DrentHarlingen45224
11Bauke TriemstraSt.-Jacobiparochie26422
11Kees van der SchootSexbierum, Leeuwarden25622
13Jelte-Pieter DijkstraHeerenveen14314
13Thomas van ZuidenTjerkwerd, Bolsward4614
15Enno KingmaWesthoek, Wier, Leeuwarden4513
16Laas Pieter van StratenMenaldum, Stiens, Finkum3312
16Allard HoekstraFraneker13312
18Pier PiersmaHardegarijp, Leeuwarden, Witmarsum, Oosterlittens217
18Sjoerd de JongDongjum, St.-Annaparochie, St.-Jacobiparochie, Leeuwarden237
18Pieter Jan PlatSt.-Annaparochie, Leeuwarden237
21Hylke R. BruinsmaRied, Minnertsga26
22Hijltje BosmaFerwoude, Makkum115
22Marten FeenstraBerlikum, Finkum, Vrouwenparochie135
24Gabe-Jan van PoptaLollum114
24Paul DijkstraBeetgum24
24Yannick HielkemaBeetgum24
27Remmelt BoumaWeidum13
27Simon ZijlstraOosterlittens13
27Jelte VisserFirdgum, Sexbierum13
27Willem HeeringaTzummarum, Leeuwarden13
27Alle Jan AnemaGrouw, Roordahuizum, Heerenveen113
27Eevrt Pieter TolsmaWinsum113
27Auke BoomsmaMorra33
34Sybren VisserHeerenveen12
34Gerrit Jan DuivenHidaard12
34Bauke DijkstraOosterend, Franeker12
34Daniël IsegerGoutum, Huizum, Leeuwarden12
34Sip Jaap BosAnjum, Groningen22
34Haye Jan NicolayBritsum22
40Rick PoortstraSt.-Jacobiparochie11
40Jelle Jaap StiemsmaLioessens11
40Gerben Hein WijtsmaLioessens11
40Johannes van der VeenTzummarum, Pietersbierum11
40Jouke BosjeWelsrijp, Leeuwarden11
40Pieter Jan LeijenaarExmorra11
40Menno GalemaBolsward11
40Gjalt Sjirk de GrootMantgum11
40Jelle CnossenBolsward11
40Ignas DijkstraMantgum11
40Klaas Pier FolkertsmaWons11

Report

Tjisse Steenstra of Beetgumermolen won his 10th “Kingship” in Frisian Handball in 2019, with 59 points from 14 first places, 7 seconds and three thirds. He finished four points ahead of Gert-Anne van der Bos of Holwerd, Mantgum with Taeke Triemstra of St.-Jacobiparochie in third on 52 points.

About

Kaatsen is a Frisian version of Handball that was first codified in 1853 by the Franeker de P.C. oprichten (Permanente Commissie). On 7 June 1897 it became part of the Nederlands Kaats Bond and then in 1934 became independent again as the CFK, de Christelijke Friese Kaatsbond. In 1994 it again merged with thE KNKB. It is Primarily played in Franeker in Friesland.

From the KNKB Website:

By bouncing (Kaatsen) is meant:
Two teams that fight each other by passing the ball to each other. This involves a storage party (service) and a returning party. In the scoring, 4 winning strokes yield a first / game (game) and in addition to direct winning strokes, there are undecided strokes (bounce = wooden marker), which later yield points after switching functions.

Frisian handball originated in the 12th century in cloisters in France and therefore found its way north via Belgium.
Bounce was first played on squares throughout the Netherlands by the ‘hegerein’ (well-to-do), only later on grass. When the nobles withdrew more to the tennis courts with their game, handball became a game for ‘the common people’.”

Map of Friesland, Netherlands

References

Logos

[1] KNVB (2020) resize [Internet] Available from: https://www.knkb.nl/includes/resize.asp?website=implementatie&width=1024&height=800&image=26552969d4a04.png [Accessed 23 October 2020]

Websites

[2] Kaatshistorie (2020) Klassement [heren][2019] [Internet] Available from: https://www.kaatshistorie.nl/klassement.php [Accessed 5 May 2021]

[3] KNVB (2020) Kaatsen (Bounce): History [Internet] Available from: https://www.knkb.nl/pageid=13483/Historie.html [Accessed 23 October 2020]

Images

[4] KNVB (2020) resize [Internet] Available from: https://www.knkb.nl/includes/resize.asp?website=implementatie&width=1024&height=800&image=26652f2464ab8.jpg [Accessed 23 October 2020]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Enda Fahy

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 5 May 2021

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CIJB Confederacion Internacional de Pelota a Mano Mundial Llargues 1996-Present

CIJB Confederacion Internacional de Pelota a Mano Logo
CIJB Confedercion Internacional Mundial de Pelota a Mano Logo [Reference: 1]
YearCompetitionChampionSub-ChampionBronze
1996I MundialSpainNetherlands
1998II MundialSpainFrance
2000III MundialSpainNetherlands
2002IV MundialSpainNetherlands
2004V MundialSpainItaly
2008VI MundialNetherlandsSpainBelgium
2012VII MundialNetherlandsColombiaSpain
2014VIII MundialBelgiumSpain
2018IX MundialValenciana*BelgiumNetherlands
Confederacion Internacional de Pelota a Mano (CIJB) Mundial Llargues 1996-Present [Reference: 2]

Note: *Comunidad Valenciana is a region of Spain considered a country in CIJB similar to Wales and Scotland being regions of Britain considered countries by FIFA in Soccer

Report

Spain won the first five World Championships (Mundial) in the Llargues mode of Pelota a Mano (Hand-Pelota) from its inception in 1996 to 2004, Netherlands has won two since, with Belgium and Comunidad Valenciana winning the other two.

Pelota a Mano is a team Handball sport similar to both GAA Handball and Basque Pelota. The CIJB (Confederacion Internacional de Pelota a Mano) has been organising European Championships since 1993 and World Championships since 1996.

Llargues is one of the three main Modes of Pelota a Mano along with One Wall and International.

References

Images

[1] CIJB (2015) logo_cijb [Internet] Available from: https://cijb.info/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/logo_cijb.png [Accessed 15 May 2018]

Websites

[2] CIJB (2017) Historial de Los Campeonatos Internacionales de la CIJB [Internet] Available from: https://cijb.info/historia/ [Accessed 14 August 2020]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Enda Fahy

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 10 November 2020

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Kaatsen (Frisian Handball) Reference 1897-Present

KNKB Logo [Reference: 1]

Kaatsen archive

Kaatsen, or Frisian Handball is a Regional Variation of the sport of Handball in the Netherlands Minority-Language Region of Frisia.

Kaatsen History Archive: https://www.kaatshistorie.nl/klassement.php – Gives the Full Rankings of each Person (with hometown) for 1st, 2nd and 3rd (3 Pts, 2 Pts, 1 Pt) from 1897 (Herren – Men) and 1984 (Dames – Women).

About

Kaatsen is a Frisian version of Handball that was first codified in 1853 by the Franeker de P.C. oprichten (Permanente Commissie). On 7 June 1897 it became part of the Nederlands Kaats Bond and then in 1934 became independent again as the CFK, de Christelijke Friese Kaatsbond. In 1994 it again merged with thE KNKB. It is Primarily played in Franeker in Friesland.

From the KNKB Website:

By bouncing (Kaatsen) is meant:
Two teams that fight each other by passing the ball to each other. This involves a storage party (service) and a returning party. In the scoring, 4 winning strokes yield a first / game (game) and in addition to direct winning strokes, there are undecided strokes (bounce = wooden marker), which later yield points after switching functions.

Frisian handball originated in the 12th century in cloisters in France and therefore found its way north via Belgium.
Bounce was first played on squares throughout the Netherlands by the ‘hegerein’ (well-to-do), only later on grass. When the nobles withdrew more to the tennis courts with their game, handball became a game for ‘the common people’.”

Kaatsen Match in Franeker, Frisia, Netherlands in 1940. [Reference: 2][Picture Credit: KNKB]

References

Logos

[1] KNVB (2020) resize [Internet] Available from: https://www.knkb.nl/includes/resize.asp?website=implementatie&width=1024&height=800&image=26552969d4a04.png [Accessed 23 October 2020]

Websites

[2] Kaatshistorie (2020) Klassement [Internet] Available from: https://www.kaatshistorie.nl/klassement.php [Accessed 23 October 2020]

[3] KNVB (2020) Kaatsen (Bounce): History [Internet] Available from: https://www.knkb.nl/pageid=13483/Historie.html [Accessed 23 October 2020]

Images

[4] KNVB (2020) resize [Internet] Available from: https://www.knkb.nl/includes/resize.asp?website=implementatie&width=1024&height=800&image=26652f2464ab8.jpg [Accessed 23 October 2020]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Jillian Glynn and Enda Fahy

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 23 October 2020

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and Eirball 2020

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Confederacion Internacional de Pelota a Mano (CIJB) Bote Luzea-Llargues Champions League 2016

CIJB Logo [Reference: 1]

Finals

DateHome TeamAway Team
Semi-Finals
16.10.2016Berlikum (Friesland)8Belgium Y. (Belgium)1
16.10.2016Parsent (Spain)4Baasrode (Belgium)8
Final
16.10.2016Berlikum (Friesland)3Baasrode (Belgium)6
Confederacion Internacional de Pelota a Mano (CIJB) Bote Luzea-Llargues Champions League 2016 [Reference: 2-4]

Report

Baasrode of Belgium won the CIJB Chamions League of Bote Luzea-Llargues mode of Pelota a Mano (Hand-Pelota) in 2016, defeating Berlikum of Friesland (a region of the Netherlands) in the final, after wiining 8-4 against Parsent of Alicante in Spain in the Semi-Finals.

For a video of the matches please see the You Tube Links in the References nelow [References: 2-4]

Pelota a Mano is a team Handball sport similar to both GAA Handball and Basque Pelota. The CIJB (Confederacion Internacional de Pelota a Mano) has been organising European Championships since 1993 and World Championships since 1996.

Llargues is one of the three main Modes of Pelota a Mano along with One Wall and International.

Final Video (Berlikum 0 Baasrode 1 (3-6))

References

Images

[1] CIJB (2015) logo_cijb [Internet] Available from: https://cijb.info/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/logo_cijb.png [Accessed 15 May 2018]

Videos

[2] Berlikum – Baasrode 0-1 (3-6) Xistera Cluba You Tube Channel (2016) Bote Luzea Finala (Published Oct 16, 2016)[1:17:55] [Internet] Available from:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6Zxvi_WYIs [Accessed 19 May 2018]

[3] Berlikum – Belgium Y. 8-1 Xistera Cluba You Tube Channel (2016) Bote Luzea Semifinalak 1 (Published Oct 16, 2016)[1:22:36] [Internet] Available from:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5bYigMW2lI [Accessed 19 May 2018]

[4] Parcent – Baasrode  4-8 Xistera Cluba You Tube Channel (2016) Bote Luzea Semifinalak 2 (Published Oct 16, 2016)[36:17] [Internet] Available from:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70vTZoJe0ms [Accessed 19 May 2018]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Enda Fahy

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 11 March 2021

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and Eirball 2020-2021

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Confederacion Internacional de Pelota a Mano (CIJB) Mundial Llargues 1996-Present

CIJB Logo [Reference: 1]
YearCompetitionChampionSub-ChampionBronze
1996I MundialSpainNetherlands
1998II MundialSpainFrance
2000III MundialSpainNetherlands
2002IV MundialSpainNetherlands
2004V MundialSpainItaly
2008VI MundialNetherlandsSpainBelgium
2012VII MundialNetherlandsColombiaSpain
2014VIII MundialBelgiumSpain
2018IX MundialValenciana*BelgiumNetherlands
Confederacion Internacional de Pelota a Mano (CIJB) Mundial Llargues 1996-Present [Reference: 2]

Note: *Comunidad Valenciana is a region of Spain considered a country in CIJB similar to Wales and Scotland being regions of Britain considered countries by FIFA in Soccer

Report

Spain won the first five World Championships (Mundial) in the Llargues mode of Pelota a Mano (Hand-Pelota) from its inception in 1996 to 2004, Netherlands has won two since, with Belgium and Comunidad Valenciana winning the other two.

Pelota a Mano is a team Handball sport similar to both GAA Handball and Basque Pelota. The CIJB (Confederacion Internacional de Pelota a Mano) has been organising European Championships since 1993 and World Championships since 1996.

Llargues is one of the three main Modes of Pelota a Mano along with One Wall and International.

References

Images

[1] CIJB (2015) logo_cijb [Internet] Available from: https://cijb.info/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/logo_cijb.png [Accessed 15 May 2018]

Websites

[2] CIJB (2017) Historial de Los Campeonatos Internacionales de la CIJB [Internet] Available from: https://cijb.info/historia/ [Accessed 14 August 2020]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Enda Fahy

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 14 August 2020

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and Eirball 2020

You may quote this document in part provided that proper acknowledgement is given to the authors. All Rights Reserved.

Confederacion Internacional de Pelota a Mano (CIJB) Copa Europa Llargues 1993-Present

CIJB Logo [Reference: 1]

Copa Europa Results

YearCompetitionChampionSub-ChampionBronze
1993Trofeo 5 NacionesSpainBelgium
1994I C. EuropaFranceSpain
1995II C. Europa
1996III C. EuropaNetherlandsFrance
1997IV C. EuropaSpainItaly
1999V C. EuropaNetherlandsSpain
2003VI C. EuropaBelgiumSpain
2007VII. C. EuropaBelgiumSpain
2010VIII C. EuropaBelgiumSpainNetherlands
2015IX. C. de EuropaBelgiumValenciana
Confederacion Internacional de Pelota a Mano Copa Europa Llargues 1993-Present [Reference: 2]

Report

Belgium has won the last four Llargues European Championships in Pelota a Mano, with Netherlands and Spain winning two and France the other year it has been held.

Pelota a Mano is a team Handball sport similar to both GAA Handball and Basque Pelota. The CIJB (Confederacion Internacional de Pelota a Mano) has been organising European Championships since 1993 and World Championships since 1996.

Llargues is one of the three main Modes of Pelota a Mano along with One Wall and International.

References

Images

[1] CIJB (2015) logo_cijb [Internet] Available from: https://cijb.info/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/logo_cijb.png [Accessed 15 May 2018]

Websites

[2] CIJB (2017) Historial de Los Campeonatos Internacionales de la CIJB [Internet] Available from: https://cijb.info/historia/ [Accessed 14 August 2020]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Enda Fahy

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 14 August 2020

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and Eirball 2020

You may quote this document in part provided that proper acknowledgement is given to the authors. All Rights Reserved.