Cup Team

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St Michael's College, Dublin - History - Recent History
... In 1990 while the Senior Cup Team were defeated in the final against Clongowes, the Junior Cup Team won the first title against Clongowes ... The Junior Cup team defeated Castleknock in the final for a second Junior Cup title ... St.Michael's won their first ever Senior Cup and had a school record of 5 players playing for the Irish U-18s in the U-18s World Cup hosted in Belfast that ...
Guy Forget - Career
... singles title in Toulouse, and was also part of the French team which won the World Team Cup ... Forget was a member of the French team which won the 1991 Davis Cup ... then won the decisive singles rubber against Pete Sampras as France shocked the heavily favoured US team to win 3–1 ...
Australasia Davis Cup Team
... The Australasia Davis Cup team competed from 1905-1913 ... Following 1913, the nations competed as Australia Davis Cup team (historical records assumed by Australia) New Zealand Davis Cup team (began 1924) ...
Corrado Barazzutti
... The previous year he had been called to the Italy Davis Cup team, for which he would play a total of 44 matches ... Barazzutti is currently non-playing captain of the Italy Davis Cup team and the Italy Fed Cup team ... Since Corrado Barazzutti is captain, the Fed Cup team of Italy won three times 2006, 2009 and 2010 this trophy ...

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