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Thursday 30th December 2010: And there's more! Thanks today to Neil Storer who has tracked down the transmission dates of the 1992 and 1993 seasons on The Family Channel, a satellite and cable channel in the United Kingdom. I have also added Did You Know notes to the first heat of each of these years, concerning The Family Channel transmissions. Also, this time with thanks to Christos Moustakas, German, Portuguese and Yugoslavian transmission dates have been added for 1980. Did You Know notes have also been added for the British heat and International Final of the 1980 season.

Wednesday 29th December 2010: Further 1990s updates today - first, the 1994 International Final has a new Did You Know? note and the Christmas special from the same year is updated with the official titles for the games played; updates for 1997 - team members added to Heat 2, 6, 9 and International Final, correction to games for the Final, NL broadcast added for Heat 6, Did You Know added for Heat 9. These updates courtesy of Ischa.

Tuesday 28th December 2010: A stocking-full of post-Christmas updates care of Ischa Bijl: team members, official RTV9 YouTube video (and translation) and Did You Know note added to 1977 Heat 4; team members added and Did You Know for 1977 JSF Heat 7 revised and with an additional note about the Fil Rouge; a Did You Know note has been added for 1992 Heat 9; games added, theme revised and official programme added for 1994 International Final (programme video courtesy JSFnetGREECE); venue added for 1997 International Final and alteration to Joker information on the 1997 Scoreboard; Did You Know added for 1998 JSF Heat 4 (which has caused a revision to the same for 1976 JSF Heat 2) and games added for 1998 JSF Heats 5 and 9 and the International Final. Thanks, Ischa!

Saturday 25th December 2010: First of all, let me wish all contributors and visitors a very Happy Christmas Day! A couple of presents for you... rare home movie footage from two British competitions. The first of these hails from the It's A Knockout at New Brighton in 1968 and the second from the British Jeux Sans Frontières heat at Roundhay Park, Leeds in 1976. Additionally, the 1976 FA Cup Final Knockout entry has been revised to assign team members to teams and to add an explanatory Did You Know note.

Friday 24th December 2010: I've got my writing cap on today and have researched and written a long-overdue biography for this site of BBC producer, Barney Colehan. Barney's track record on BBC television and radio speaks for itself - the man behind It's A Knockout, Top Town, The Good Old Days and radio successes such as Wilfred Pickles' Have A Go. I'm delighted and very grateful to have had the kind help of Cecil Korer, former IAK producer, in writing this piece. Thanks also to Simon Coward for his valuable assistance.

Thursday 23rd December 2010: Thanks to Neil Storer for pointing out an inaccuracy with the result I presented for It's A Knockout 1972 Heat 4 (Lanark v. Dalkeith). As a result, I have re-viewed the recording and have updated the information about this heat to include games played, team members, the revised result and a couple of Did You Know notes.

Wednesday 22nd December 2010: A 'news' day rather than an updates day today. But it's all good! Firstly, it's my pleasure to announce that another website has joined the JSFnet family - JSFnetEX-YU. Produced by Marko Voštan in Croatia, the site comes from the area of Europe which competed in Jeux Sans Frontières as Yugoslavia. Launched today, the site looks very promising and I wish Marko good fortune for its future. The second item of news concerns an opportunity for JSF fans to journey back to the series past. This Christmas, you can watch a series of special Jeux Sans Frontières broadcasts in Switzerland from the comfort of your own home, wherever that may be! There will be five Italian language programmes transmitted one-a-day from Monday 27th December 2010 featuring action from the events themselves intercut with modern interviews with those involved. These transmissions will be available to view live online on RSI via this direct link at the following dates and times. Please allow for any local time differences.

  • Monday 27th December 2010, 10.45am: 1976 Heat 3, Caslano Malcantone (CH)

  • Tuesday 28th December 2010, 11.30am: 1977 Heat 2, Évry St Vrain (F)

  • Wednesday 29th December 2010, 10.45am: 1978 Heat 5, Bourgoin-Jallieu (F)

  • Thursday 30th December 2010, 10.45am: 1979 Heat 1, Ascona (CH)

  • Friday 31st December 2010, 10.45am: 1980 Heat 7, Diest (B)

Monday 20th December 2010: To get today off to a grand start, Paul Leaver has contacted me regarding It's A Knockout Heat 5 (Nottingham) 1972. This has caused the result and staging date to be updated. The staging dates of Heats 4 and 6 have also been updated. We also head back into the black and white days of the series, with minor updates to 1966 and 1967 (and the 1967 Scoreboard) and major changes and additions to 1968 (including the 1968 Scoreboard), all courtesy of Neil Storer's superb research. A Did You Know note and team members have also been added to 1994 Heat 5 as a result of Neil's 1968 updates. Thank you, Paul and Neil!

Sunday 19th December 2010: Updates to 1995 today, to add Swiss (Italian), Hungarian and Greek transmission days and times to the series guide page, with many thanks to Christos for his hard work researching these.

Friday 17th December 2010: Some more of Ischa's updates today: 1995 has received an addition to the introduction, the addition of game details and a Did You Know? note for Heat 2 plus a 1995 Scoreboard has been created. I have also corrected an error in the points allocation for the 1994 Jeux Sans Frontières scoreboard.

Thursday 16th December 2010: It's snowing here once more - what better excuse to stay indoors, keep warm and perform a few updates on JSFnetGB? Today's additions come courtesy of Ischa Bijl and comprise Did You Know notes for the 1992 Winter Final and 1997 Heat 1, Dutch transmission dates and national referee information added for 1997 and 1998 and Dutch presenter information updated for 1998. Additionally, Ischa has submitted games for 1999 JSF Heat 1 (with a change to the Joker usage on the 1999 Scoreboard), Many thanks, Ischa! Finally, French transmissions have been added to 1997 courtesy of Sébastien Dias, as have those for Italian broadcaster RAI Uno.

Tuesday 14th December 2010: Thanks once again to Sébastien Dias for his updates at JSFnetFrance which have lead to my being able to add detail to the 1974 page, with revisions and additions to game information, the addition of French transmission dates and a revised venue and additional Did You Know note for Heat 7 of that year. One last thing... Thanks to Neil Storer for identifying the photo used on a BBC publicity postcard that had been thought to hail from 1979 - but it dates back as far as 1974!

Monday 13th December 2010: Significant updates today to the Series Guide pages for 1965, 1966 and 1967 and their associated Scoreboards - SB 1965, SB 1966 and SB 1967 with many thanks to Neil Storer for this sterling work. Also... 1971 updated with French transmission dates and on-site scoreboards (which have necessitated corrections to the results of 1971 Heats 3, 6 and 7). And... 1973 updated to add French transmission dates and to add and revise JSF game information, with both of these 1970s updates courtesy of the researches of Sébastien Dias.

Friday 10th December 2010: A quiet week here due to a severely disrupted internet connection - even Wednesday's update didn't go live until late on Thursday as a result. Today, there are small fixes to Interneige 1966 and 1967 to correct broadcast dates of the Winter Finals for those years. Also, many thanks to Neil Storer for providing Welsh and Scottish BBC1 variation transmission information for 1971, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981 and 1982. Also... thanks to Kostas of JSFnetGreece and Brian K. Outlaw for supplying the result of the rehearsal for the 1994 International Final.

Wednesday 8th December 2010: Some Welsh transmission times plus scoreboards added for 1991, 1992, 1993 and 1994, where available.

Monday 6th December 2010: A small but important update to start the day - thanks to Sébastien Dias for dropping me a line to correct the 1965 Ciney v. Ischia and 1966 Montecatini Terme v. Menton results, information sourced from his researches at INA.

Saturday 4th December 2010: Pages converted today into to production/staging order: 1988, 1989 and 1990. Thanks to Christos' hard work, 1994 now features Swiss (Italian), Greek and Slovenian transmission information.

Friday 3rd December 2010: Back to the earliest days of Jeux Sans Frontières today, with updates from Neil Storer to 1965 and 1966 (and the accompanying scoreboards: SB 1965 and SB 1966). Many thanks, Neil. Top work! Also today... major changes in the way in which we present the 1988-1999 series. From now on, these will be presented in staging order (as due to the many variant transmission orders across Europe, it is clear that listing in transmission order is futile). The first pages I have revised in this way are 1991, 1992 and 1993, which also have corrected Welsh transmission dates thanks to Neil Storer. 1994 has also been revised to the new guide format and into production order but there are a few inconsistencies to be investigated...

Thursday 2nd December 2010: A quick update today - and many thanks to Christos who has researched Swiss, German, Portugues and Yugoslavian transmission dates for 1978.

Wednesday 1st December 2010: Plenty of updates today. First off, thanks to Christos for supplying team member info for Christmas 1994, Dutch and West German transmission dates for 1972 and 1973 and French, Portuguese, Spanish, Slovenian and Croatian transmission information for 1990. I'm also delighted to present a heavily revised version of the 1988 Series Guide (and associated Scoreboard), updated by Neil Storer. Many thanks, Neil!

Monday 29th November 2010: Thanks to Neil Storer for another set of comprehensive 'good housekeeping' updates to 1970, 1971, 1972 and 1973. These encompass updates to It's A Knockout, Jeux Sans Frontières and It's A Christmas Knockout for these years, with games, results, recording dates, team names and members updated, plus the addition of new Did You Know? notes. 1972 has also received an additional polish courtesy of Sébastien Dias of JSFnetFrance, including the addition of two missing scoreboards, French transmission dates, presenter and games information and the correction of the result of 1972 Heat 7.

Friday 26th November 2010: It's a cold day outside today, so it seems appropriate to be making updates to the Winter JSF. Many thanks to Neil Storer for supplying a comprehensive set of updates that have resulted in revisions and additions to Interneige 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980 and 1981, plus Christmas 1994 and the associated scoreboards: SB 1977, SB 1978, SB 1979, SB 1980, SB 1981 and SB 1994. Much appreciated, Neil!

Wednesday 24th November 2010: Thanks to Neil Storer for pointing out an error regarding the staging date of the 1979 St. Albans heat - this has now been corrected.

Tuesday 23rd November 2010: The Series Guide page for 1993 has been revised today - and Greek and Swiss transmission information has been added, courtesy of Christos Moutakas.

Monday 22nd November 2010: Thanks to Mauro Tozzi for his information about RAI Due and RAI Uno transmissions for 1965-1982. The appropriate entries have been updated.

Sunday 21st November 2010: Swiss and French transmissions added to Winter JSF 1992, and the remainder of 1992 has been revised and has had games and transmissions added, with thanks to Christos.

Saturday 20th November 2010: Some more Christmas and Winter updates today. Christos has found more transmission dates for Christmas 1990 and 1994, plus results and information for the first run of Interneige, starting with 1965. Some remarkable and valuable finds there, Christos! Incredible stuff! Thank you.

Friday 19th November 2010: Christmas comes earlier every year, so it's said, so we're doing Christmas today. Dutch and Italian transmission dates have been added for all the Christmas Knockouts between 1970 and 1981 (with the odd exception) plus 1989 and 1990, with thanks to the aptly named Christos! Christos has delivered another present - the result for the 1965 Orange v. Camogli JSF heat, confirmed from the pages of Italian newspaper La Stampa! Fine work!

Thursday 18th November 2010: I've revised 1991 today into the new format and have added information about the games for that series. Additionally, Did You Know notes have been added to the Swiss JSF heats for 1969 and 1977, with thanks to Christos for his help on these.

Wednesday 17th November 2010: Transmission information for Germany and Switzerland added to 1969 and for Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland and Portugal added to 1976 and 1977, with thanks to Christos Moustakas for his diligent research. Team members added to 1977 Heat 3 (Carouge) and to Teams 1977, with a photo. Also 1979 Heat 4 has a new Did You Know note pertaining to the town of Bar (YU). Catching Up... Dutch team members and NCRV (NL) transmission times added for Christmas 1976; games designer credits added to 1997 and 1998.

Tuesday 16th November 2010: Many thanks to David Laich Ruiz for contacting me and supplying information about the second era of JSF. The pages for 1988, 1991 and 1994 have been updated with David's information.

Monday 15th November 2010: German ARD transmissions for 1979 now confirmed and a scoreboard added (and result corrected) for JSF from Offenburg, 1971, both with thanks to Christos Moustakas.

Sunday 14th November 2010: German, Swiss and Dutch transmission dates added for 1974 and 1975 Series Guide pages today, with thanks to Christos Moustakas for his continued hard work! Also, the 1990 page has been revised, as has the 1996 Scoreboard (with thanks to Ischa). Ischa has also supplied some game information and a Did You Know note for Heat 9 of 1996. Thanks to some excellent work by Sébastien Dias at JSFnetFrance, the 1970 Series Guide page has been heavily revised and four results have been corrected.

Saturday 13th November 2010: I'm off out later today, so updates will probably be confined to what I can achieve in the next half hour! First up, Portuguese transmission dates have been added to 1979, with thanks to Christos - who is rapidly becoming JSFnet's TV Listings Man! Thanks, my friend. The revision of the Series Guide continues today with 1988 and 1989. Thanks also to Sébastien Dias and - indirectly - Philippe Minet for their help with clarifying the recording date of the 1988 Final.

Friday 12th November 2010: First up today, congratulations to Sébastien Dias of JSFnetFrance for publishing a lovely interview with Mito Trefalt, presenter and producer during Slovenia's time in JSF and also to Kostas of JSFnetGreece for his interview with designer Martin Morley. At JSFnetGB, today sees updates to the Series Guide pages for 1971, 1972 and 1973 to add Swiss TV broadcast dates. This information has caused us to revise the recording dates for some heats in 1972 and 1973. Thanks to Christos for this wonderful research. 6.00pm... Thanks to Gianni Magrin for kindly supplying a number of items of memorabilia: patch badges from 1971, 1979 and 1980; a medal from Portorož, Yugoslavia 1980; a promotional document holder for It's A Knockout 1977; a Dutch team pendant from the 1974 West German JSF heat and programmes from Riccione 1971 and 1975. Thanks, Gianni! Midnight... German and Dutch transmission dates added for 1970 and 1971 JSF, with thanks once again to Christos! Also, I'm back to revising the Series Guide pages and the page for the 1983-1987 Specials has been updated to the new style.

Thursday 11th November 2010: Lots to go up over the next few days... starting with Swiss and revised French transmission dates for 1965, courtesy of Christos Moustakas - and Christos has also passed along a handful of lovely items from Nancy and Bar-le-Duc team member, François Lombard, a signed publicity poster from the 1974 International Final and a tabard of the type used by French players in 1975 and 1979. Thanks to both of you. Also, Series Guide navigation has been improved, so that each year is accessible by a single click from the menu bar - and Knockout TV has been moved to the Media section. Also... scoreboards added for Mannheim 1975 and Arosa 1978, with thanks to Jean P. and the note for 1996 Heat 9 has been expanded, with thanks to Christos.

Tuesday 9th November 2010: If you've dropped by JSFnetGB this morning and thought that things look a little different, well you'd be right! I've been burning the midnight oil to convert the navigation of the site to inline frames. This means that now I've manually added this code to all 357 pages of this site - a time consuming and frankly mind-numbing task - I won't ever need to do this again! It means that I can add sections to the site easily and only have to update the menu strip on a single page rather than manually on every single one as before. This has necessitated an aesthetic change too and the menu strip (left) now has a background pattern different to the page background. Don't worry... you'll get used to it! Today's Updates: many thanks to Gianni Magrin for kindly sending a number of items, the first of which is a souvenir car sticker from the International Final 1974. Gianni has also informed me of the recording dates for the 1998 series. Grazie, Gianni! Thanks also to Christos, who has supplied two scoreboards for the 1996 series and Swiss broadcast information for the 1970 series. Great work!

Monday 8th November 2010: First off today, I wanted to make a point of thanking all the folks who have been so helpful, kind and supportive since JSFnetGB relaunched - Christos, Jean, Philippe, Ischa, Sebastien, Kostas, Gianni, James, Paul, Dave, Brian and Gavin. A special mention also for Richard, who has been ever so kind and thoughtful at a difficult time for me - a dear friend, one of many I've made through this website. I've mentioned this in private to several of you, but here it is in public. Visitors may have wondered why JSFnetGB was put in the freezer for such a long time - and to an outside view it may have looked like I stopped loving the series. Well, I kind of lost the ability to love very much at all - I've had a terrible last couple of years at work. Unreal expectations, a severe cut in hours and pay, workload issues and a lack of support from those further up the pecking order all transpired to cause me much grief and unhappiness. I suffered extreme stress symptoms and, although I didn't realise it until I was out of it, severe depression. Ultimately, I just couldn't function - and in consultation with my amazing, wonderful wife Alys, I decided that the only cure would be to resign from the job. I saved up a bit of money to give us a financial buffer, and then took the plunge at the end of September. I worked my last day on October 20th. As soon as I put my resignation letter in, I felt a weight lift from my shoulders and although I have no salary to look forward to at the end of this month, I feel so much better. Reinvigorated in fact, and the series of updates here has no doubt come as a welcome surprise to visitors. I have the time to do them and, yes, I have my mojo for JSF back! It may be a rocky road ahead, but at the very least it is preferable to the prospect of a heart attack, a nervous breakdown or worse had I have stayed in my job. That's the boring bit over, see below for the latest updates!

Updates today: thanks to Ischa for sending scoring information for 1998 and 1999; Swiss broadcast dates have been added to the 1979 guide, with thanks to Christos; also added - a commemorative plate and a poster, both from the St. Albans JSF heat of 1979. Many thanks to François Lombard and Christos for both these items. Late update: Christos has also found a newspaper cutting which disproves our recording date information for the 1972 international final from Lausanne (it was 13th September 1972 rather than the 6th) and also shows that the venue we had given was also wrong! This entry is now corrected! Also, thanks to Ischa Bijl for supplying some notes and details of games for the 1999 series. And finally tonight, a Portuguese tabard used in the 1980 series has been added to the collectibles section, thanks to Christos.

Friday 5th November 2010: Revised Series Guide pages added today: 1981 and 1982. Both include Swiss television details courtesy of researches by Christos Moustakas. Many thanks for your sterling work, Christos!

Thursday 4th November 2010: Thanks once more to Philippe for the 1989 scoreboards, which have just been added.

Wednesday 3rd November 2010: Many thanks to Christos for his sterling work in tracking down Swiss broadcast dates for the 1980 series, the page for which has been revised and now includes them. Late Update... I'm greatly indebted to Philippe Minet for sending scoreboards for Annecy 1981 plus the whole of 1988, which have been added tonight. He has also been kind enough to send scoreboards for 1989 and these will be added tomorrow. Thank you for your hard work, Philippe!

Tuesday 2nd November 2010: Series Guide pages revised to the new format today: 1975, 1976 and 1978 - with a surprising broadcast and note added to the revised 1979 page for It's A Christmas Knockout, thanks to Christos Moustakas. More team photos from François Lombard via Christos today - this time from Bar-le-Duc's appearance at the International Final 1979 in Bordeaux. The 1979 Series Guide has also been updated with details of the Bar-le-Duc team members who took part in that event. Many thanks, gentlemen. Finally for today, thanks to Ischa Bijl for sending information on the 1997 JSF, which has been added to the appropriate page.

Monday 1st November 2010: The revision of the Series Guide continues, with 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974 and 1979 having been completed now and include details of some additional international transmissions. Thanks to Christos for his help with these - and also for helping out with the other addition to the site today, namely I am most grateful once more to François Lombard who has supplied further photos of his exploits in Jeux Sans Frontières. This time the team photos are from 1979 when François was representing Bar-le-Duc, who won the International Final, just as his previous team Nancy had done in 1975. Just how many competitors can claim to be a double JSF champion I wonder? A remarkable achievement - and a very kind soul at that.

Sunday 31st October 2010: Well, I said that there may well be further revisions to the layout of the Series Guide - and this has started today. These changes are designed to give more detailed information but to present it in an uncluttered way. Visitors will notice that one of the improvements is the presentation of transmission dates from more than just the one European broadcaster (as has been the case previously). So far, the pages that have been redesigned are 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969 and 1977. This is quite an involved process, so please don't expect the whole guide to be revamped in this way overnight! If anyone is in a position to help out with transmission dates in countries not so far included, please drop me a line. Thank you.

Saturday 30th October 2010: After a busy day yesterday at the site, I'm expecting a quieter one today, but there is one lovely addition with thanks to François Lombard and Christos Moustakas who have together supplied two more photos and details of team members for Nancy's Golden Trophy winning team that played at Ieper, Belgium in 1975. This detail has also been added to the Series Guide for 1975. Many thanks to you both. Sterling work! Also... the 1992 Series Guide has been re-arranged into the European screening order (once again, S4C juggled their screening order!).

Friday 29th October 2010: Many thanks to Ischa Bijl from the Netherlands who has sent over some useful information that has been added to the Series Guide. This includes information on Jokers for selected competitions, 1977-2009 and two interesting notes about referee Denis Pettiaux concerning his appearances as a team member for Lessines and Ath in 1981 and 1988. Also today, I've made an attempt to tidy up the look of the Series Guide pages, removing all the 'Did You Also Know?' boxes, putting all notes into single boxes under 'Did You Know?' headings. I am likely to revise these further over the coming weeks. Plus... Thanks also to François Lombard for sending further photos relating to his time in Jeux Sans Frontières - first up is the poster publicising the JSF heat at Nancy in 1975 and François has also sent a photo of the Nancy team for that event and has kindly identified all the team members for us. Thanks again to Christos for kindly facilitating this. And There's More... Thanks to Christos once more for informing me of a 1994 Italian special and for supplying details and a scoreboard for it - he has also sent along a countries scorebarod for the 1992 Winter JSF Semi-Final, which has also been added. And There Still More... Thanks to Ischa for sending Netherlands team details for 1977 and 1997 and also for help with Scoreboards (the other type of scoreboard!) for 1996 and 1997 and a note on the 1998 International Final. Night, night!

Thursday 28th October 2010: Big update today to add four years worth of Interneige (also known as Winter Jeux Sans Frontières) that I didn't even realise were broadcast! Thanks to diligent research by Sébastien Dias of the excellent JSFnetFRANCE, I have been able to add details for the first phase of Interneige, its first series actually pre-dating Jeux Sans Frontieres in 1965, with follow-up competitions in 1966, 1967 and 1968. Also today, some minor additions to the 1991-1994 Series Guide page in relation to the Welsh teams' national abbreviations - and many, many thanks to Nancy team member, François Lombard for supplying photographs and team member names for the 1974 Nancy team. I've updated the Series Guide for 1974 with the information and added the photos to the Teams section. Thanks to Christos for arranging this with François.

Wednesday 27th October 2010: Additional JSF presenters added to Series Guide pages for 1965, 1966 and 1967 - and 1991 has been rejigged into European transmission order as opposed to Welsh transmission order. This is designed to give a consistency across JSFnet sites. 'First era' JSF pages have also been rejigged to follow European transmission order, rather than the BBC order, which varied on occasion. Also, thanks to Christos, additional presenters have been added to Christmas in the Orient, the 1990 Macau Special.

Monday 25th October 2010: More scoreboards added today, this time from 1991 and 1994, with thanks once again to Christos Moustakas and 1978 and 1980, with thanks to Philippe Minet. The number of scoreboards added to the Series Guide pages now stands at 218!

Friday 22nd October 2010: Another 10 scoreboards today, which leaves us teetering near the 200 mark! These ones are the complete scoreboards for 1990 and have kindly been provided by Christos. Many thanks, my friend.

Thursday 21st October 2010: The scoreboard project continues apace - and there have been more corrections to final scores as a result. Thanks to Philippe Minet for his hard work with 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975 and 1976 and to Philippe and Christos Moustakas for the same with 1974. Christos has also kindly sent in the final scores for the whole of 1992 - which has lead to my correcting several of the Winter JSF results! In eight days, an incredible 189 scoreboards have been added to the site! Thanks to everyone who has helped out. Please keep them coming!

Tuesday 19th October 2010: More scoreboards and more corrections to results - with sincere thanks to Christos and Philippe Minet. Pages updated: 1967, 1968, 1970 and 1993!

Monday 18th October 2010: Many thanks again to Jean and Christos for supplying further scoreboards to add to the Series Guide. It's 1969 and 1993 that are updated with scoreboards today - with the 1969 scoreboards causing me to revise the results for that year. This is exactly what I was hoping for - gradually, the guide is becoming as accurate as possible. You can't argue with a final scoreboard! :) That's 143 scoreboards now, and counting! Thanks ever so much, guys!

Sunday 17th October 2010: A handful of new scoreboards added to the Series Guide, with particular thanks to Christos Moustakas. Thanks also to Gavin Roberts for contacting me about his father's participation for Rhuddlan in 1980.

Friday 15th October 2010: Scoreboard added for 1972 JSF Heat 1 (Spa, Belgium) - thanks to Jean P. for supplying this. Also, thanks to Christos Moustakas for supplying the three scoreboards I was missing for JSF 1977, which I've just added.

Thursday 14th October 2010: More final scoreboards for It's A Knockout and Jeux Sans Frontières competitions have been added to the Series Guide today. In total, there are now 128 editions of IAK and JSF that have had scoreboards added. No wonder I feel tired! If anyone can help with any further scoreboards, please email them to me and I'll add them to the pages. Please ensure that they are final scores. Thanks.

Wednesday 13th October 2010: A number of Series Guide pages have been revised today to add Final Scoreboard images where available. This helps confirm results and makes it clear which results have been sourced from the programmes themselves, rather than secondary sources. If you can supply framegrabs from other editions, please send them along (at full size, please), stating which event they are from and I will add them to the pages. Many thanks.

Tuesday 12th October 2010: 1972 International Final result corrected from electronic scoreboard, with thanks to Jean P.

Thursday 7th October 2010: One new result added to JSF 1965 (Heat 1) and also to JSF 1966 (Final).

Tuesday 5th October 2010: We're back after a long lay-off. Updates will be slow as I'm working on an exciting project behind the scenes here at JSFnetGB. News on that soon. In the meantime, the result for the Lanark v. Dalkeith heat from 1972 has been corrected as a result of my seeing video evidence.

Monday 4th January 2010: Many thanks to Mauro Tozzi for passing along an updated URL for JSFnetFRANCE, which can now be found at

Sunday 3rd January 2010: A new JSFnet website to explore: JSFnetGERMANY. Good luck to the people who have created it! Thanks to Christos Moustakas for letting me know about it.

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