OGAE Estonia: Greece 12 points!

by Stella Floras 107 views

One more OGAE club have cast their votes for their favourites in the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest. It is Estonia's turn to vote and their 12 points go to Greece, followed by Ukraine and Sweden in third place.

This is the way the Estonian fans voted:

12 Greece
10 Ukraine
8 Sweden
7 Norway
6 Azerbaijan
5 Spain
4 Iceland
3 Denmark
2 Montenegro
1 Slovenia

Just missing out:

The only major difference in the scoreboard after the 32nd club has voted is a considerable 3 place climb of Ukraine which goes up to # 14. With a few more clubs to go not much can change as far as the winner of the OGAE poll is concerned although a lot could change in the top ten. We also still have ten more countries, namely Latvia, Serbia, Poland, Hungary, the Netherlands, Czech Republic, Belgium, Belarus, Andorra and FYR Macedonia which are yet to receive any points from the OGAE network.

This is the way the OGAE 2009 Poll scoreboard looks like at the moment.

1 Norway 311
2 France 176
3 Sweden 167
4 Bosnia & Herzegovina 142
5 Spain 128
6 Azerbaijan 125
7 Greece 112
8 Iceland 102
9 Turkey 88
10 United Kingdom 85
11 Estonia 74
12 Finland 55
13 Denmark 41
14 Ukraine 36
15 Switzerland 34
16 Portugal 28
17 Lithuania 27
18 Malta 21
19 Israel 20
20 Armenia 17
21 Albania 12
22 Romania 9
-. Montenegro 9
24 Russia 8
-. Slovenia 8
26 Moldova 6
27 Germany 5
28 Croatia 4
29 Ireland 2
-. Cyprus 2
-. Bulgaria 2
32 Slovakia 1

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Stella Floras

Thanks to Johnny Logan and Hold me now I fell in love with the Eurovision Song Contest, a love that's been going strong ever since with undiminished passion. My first memories date back to 1977 and the lyrics of Rock bottom, Dschinghis Khan and A ba ni bi are still engraved in my brain.

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