2011 World Port Tournament

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The 2011 World Port Tournament was held from June 23 through July 3, 2011 in Rotterdam. Competing teams were the Dutch national team, Cuban national team, a Taiwan team, German national team and a team from Curacao. Taiwan won the event (8-1), followed by Cuba (5-4), the Netherlands (5-3), Curacao (2-6) and Germany (1-7).

Taiwan's players were Han Lin, Kuan-Wei Yang, Chia-Yu Lin, Chih-Pei Huang, Po-Ting Hsiao, Wei-Thing Lin, Tsung-Han Yu, Wei-Chih Chen, Tsu-Wei Ho, Yu-Kin Huang, Guo-Long Luo, Jui-Mu Chen, Chun-Chieh Wang, Chun-Lin Kuo, Kuan-Ju Chen, Yu-Hsun Chen, Wei-Chung Wang, Po-Yu Lin, Chen-Hua Lin, Kuan-Han Lin, Hung-Cheng Lai, Yu-Ching Lin, Hao-Chun Chiu and Wen-Hao Cheng.

Cuba had the following players: Yoilan Cerce, Rusney Castillo, Yasiel Puig, Yoelvis Fiss, Donal Duarte, William Saavedra, Erisbel Arruebarruena, Osvaldo Arias, Alexander Guerrero, Yulexis La Rosa, Urmaris Guerra, Ramon Tamayo, Yenier Bello, Yordanis Samon, Yadier Pedroso, Ismel Jimenez, Dalier Hinojosa, Misael Silverio, Yosvani Torres, Duniel Ibarra and Yadir Rabi.

The host Dutch squad featured Danny Rombley, Sidney de Jong, Dwayne Kemp, Shaldimar Daantji, Vince Rooi, Raily Legito, Michael Duursma, Bryan Engelhardt, Jeffrey Arends, Bas de Jong, Roelie Henrique, Eugene Kingsale, Bas Nooij, David Bergman, Rob Cordemans, Diegomar Markwell, Leon Boyd, Orlando Yntema, Arshwin Asjes, Jurrian Koks, Nick Veltkamp, Berry van Driel, Kevin Heijstek and Nick Stuifbergen.

Curacao's roster had Johnny Gregorius, Jair Josepha, Levi Carolus, Quincy Ascencion, Ramiro Balentina, Rudney Balentien, Randolph Kirindongo, Quincy Martina, Edinho Meyer, Hainrich Martina, Mayron Wijman, Mirieldo Trinidad, Andley Simmons, Raydel Isabella, Ulrich Snijders, Duko Jansen, Jonathan Balentina, Ruderly Manuel, Orsendo Clemencia, Kevin Kellij, Gregory Gustina, Sherwenne Antersijn, Curt Doran and Caroll Servania.

Germany used Sascha Lutz, Jendrick Speer, Björn Schonlau, Simon Gühring, Michael Franke, Dominik Wulf, Sascha Brockmeyer, Julius Uelschen, Nils Hartkopf, Florian Gotze, Jan Jacob, Cedric Bassel, Dustin Hughes, Dominik Hartinger, André Hughes, Eugen Heilmann, Tim Henkenjohann, Philipp Hoffschild, Moritz Sckaer, Daniel Harms, René Franke, Jens Cornelsen, Max Schmitz and Daniel Hinz.

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