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  • [Announcement] The Broomsticks' Break
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    LONDON, ENGLAND – The time has come once again for the always-anticipated British & Irish League Quidditch season, which opens a week from yesterday, 5 January, 2002 with three games.

    The Appleby Arrows, who last year finishing 2nd in the League with a 9-4 win record but fell in the quarterfinals to the eventual champion Falmouth Falcons, will travel south to combat the Wimbourne Wasps, previously 4th with the same win record (9-4). In the 2001 playoffs the Wasps had been favoured over their elimination opponent Tutshill Tornados but lost 80-180 and were knocked out of the running.

    The Ballycastle Bats, previously 11th in the League with a 5-8 win record but probably known more for the scandalous mid-game Transfiguration of Falcons' Seeker Quinn Regan by Chaser Burney O’Kernaghan, have a short flight over the North Channel to face last year's 5th place Wigtown Wanderers (8-5). Both teams made it to the quarterfinals in the 2001 Playoffs before being eliminated from the tournament.

    Lastly, the long-suffering Chudley Cannons who last year managed a miraculous three wins out of their thirteen games but still placed bottom of the League, will be on the road as well, playing against Puddlemere United, which had the same win record but placed two slots up in twelfth.  Unsurprisingly, neither team made it past the 2001 Elimination Round of the British & Irish Cup.

    The Department of Magical Games and Sports has made their schedule grid for the season available, and you can follow along with the season throughout every issue of the Broomsticks' Break as well.
    « Last Edit: May 23, 2018, 01:18:49 PM by Taed »

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    BLADNOCH, WIGTOWNSHIRE - Under the new regime, it's clear the Ballycastle Bats haven't lost any of their skills.
       After last year's scandal against Falmouth — when Chaser Burney O'Kernaghan illegally Transfigured the Falcons' Seeker Quinn Regan into a dog and caused the Bats to forfeit the match — Beater and Captain Finbar Quigley spent this last summer and fall enforcing a minimum-foul playstyle.
       It's obviously working, since in spite of keeping their penalty count below three, both the Bats' and the Wigtown Wanderers' Chasers scored eleven goals. But it was Seeker Brendan Byrne who,  taking  his captain's  cue
    see BATS, page ᚦ3

    WITCHAMPTON, WIMBORNE - Wasps and Arrows alike were flying with style and skill through the skies of Witchampton yestreday, but in the end it was the hometown Wimbourne Wasps that finally brought an end to an otherwise tight game with that all-important Snitch catch.
       Even in spite of this, the Appleby Arrows' Seeker was close on the tail of his Wimbourne counterpart, a perfect illustration of how evenly matched the two teams were. Beater, Chaser, and Keeper stats from the final review were all painfully close.
       Wasps Chaser and Captain Nixon Nixon scored five of his team's twelve goals, though
    see WASPS, page ᚦ2

    CHEBBARD, DORCHESTER - It will come as no surprise to anyone that the Chudley Cannons lost this week. In fact the only goal they scored was at the tail end of the game, when the Puddlemere United Keeper anticipated their Seeker's catch of the Snitch and left the goal two seconds too soon. But the celebrations of the resigned Cannons fans was short lived as the referee immediately called the game, 320-10 in hometown Puddlemere's favour.

    This Week's Games
    Caerphilly Catapults @ Tutshill Tornados;
    Falmouth Falcons @ Pride of Portree;
    Gravesend Griffins @ Montrose Magpies;
    Holyhead Harpies @ Kenmare Kestrels


    MOSCOW, RUSSIA – On tonight's Orthodox Christmas Eve, six member teams of the East Slavic Quidditch League will be hoping to win their upcoming games this Saturday, January 12, as a belated New Years or Christmas present from Father Frost.

    The Ivanovo Bricklayers will stay within their national borders to play fellow Russian team Ryazan Re'ems. The Bricklayers were tied for 7th in the regular season rankings with a 5-6 win record, and made it to the quarterfinals of the playoffs before dropping out of the brackets. The Re'ems had the most wins in the League regular season, 10 in total, but their sole loss was to the Ironbellies who subsequently beat them out for ranking, putting the Re'ems at 2nd in regular as well as finishing 2nd in the playoffs to the same team.

    Also within Russia, the Kursk Panzers will be hosting the Smolensk Diamonds. When last they faced each other in the elimination round of the playoffs, the Panzers (tied for 7th in regular season with 5-6 record) soundly defeated the Diamonds (10th in regular season with a 4-7 record) with a score of 200 to 30, but then promptly lost to the Re'ems the following week in the quarterfinals.

    The Homyel Lynxes of Belarus, who last year finishing 9th in the League (5-6) and fell in their opening playoff match to the Bricklayers, will be traveling to Ukraine to play the Zhytomyr Ironbellies, not only top of the League with a 9-2 win record but last year's East Slavic Cup winners as well. The Ironbellies' claim to the Cup came after falling second place to the Re'ems in 1999 and to the Moscow Metalmen in 2000.

    The Department of Magical Games and Sports has made their schedule grid for the season available, and you can follow along with the season throughout every issue of the Broomsticks' Break as well.
    « Last Edit: May 23, 2018, 01:29:29 PM by Taed »

  • Offline Evan Reavley
  • Re: [Announcement] The Broomsticks' Break
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    PORTREE, SKYE — Put whatever spin on it you wish, the Falcons came to Portree to win and that's exactly what they did.
       Fans will recall that although Falmouth eventually won the British & Irish League Championship Cup last July, their 2001 regular season did not begin well. The looks of intense concentration and determination on the faces of the Falcons yesterday belied their refusal to have the same ignominious start this year.
       Captain and Beater Callista Bowen, and Chaser Alicia Spinnet, are the Prophet's co-
    MVP picks for this game. Spinnet scored eight of her team's fourteen goals, with a 0.910 scoring average for the game against Portree Keeper Megah McCormack.
       Among the silver and gray robes in the sky yesterday was not, as some had hoped, Falcons Seeker Quinn Regan. Bowen had removed her from at least the first few weeks of the season due to her advanced pregnancy and impending childbirth.
       It was Bowen who, in addition to her normal Beater duties, also directed several key Bludger shots at Pride Seeker Albert Paule,
    which made it easier for Regan's substitute, second-string Falcons Seeker Thomas Malaurie, to make the game-ending Snitch catch.
    see FALCONS, page ᚦ2

    This Week's Games
    [BIL] Arrows @ Bats,
    United @ Catapults,
    Wanderers @ Cannons

    [ESL] Miners @ Kings,
    Castles @ Shields,
    Saints @ Metalmen


    TUTSHILL, CHEPSTOW — Between the foul weather, the broken nose, and the tough loss, yesterday was not a good day for Tornados Keeper Merwyn Finwick.
       Initial forecasts for a breezy damp flurry on game day were soon escalated into gale winds and sleet as the Catapults arrived in Tutshill a few hours before the match began. Nothing had abated by the time the Ministry referee signalled game on, so players on both teams plunged full speed into the maelstrom hoping for a quick win.
    see CATAPULTS, page ᚦ3


    FERRYDEN, MONTROSE — Cloe and Cesar Cardozo with their Gravesend teammates delivered a quick but high-scoring victory over the home team Magpies.
       Captain and Chaser Circenn Teague of the Montrose Magpies led his players in a valiant defence of their own pitch, and himself scored three of his team's nine goals. But in the end, the natural teamwork of the Cardozo siblings more than compensated for the brisk playing conditions, and Griffins Seeker Marina Korolyeva was uncontested when she caught
    see GRIFFINS, page ᚦ2


    KENMARE, CO. KENNY — Finishing out the sweep of away team wins for the British & Irish League, longtime Harpies Captain and Beater Gwenog Jones celebrated an opening match victory over the homefield Kenmare Kestrels.
       The team (the Harpies, that is) has always been fiercely competitive with questionable morals, and it got them all the way to runners-up at the 2001 League Championship. So when Jones slung a Bludger right at Kestrels Beater Padraig Whalen and immediately
    see HARPIES, page ᚦ3



    OZERNE, ZHYTOMYR — As the old proverb goes, "how the mighty have fallen."
       2001 East Slavic League champions Zhytomyr Ironbellies have performed well for years even if they didn't take the Cup until last summer, but it appears the Ukrainian titans may finally be starting to crumble.
       In spite of great scoring by Captain and Chaser Liliya Wolanski and her teammates, Ironbellies Seeker Roman Zelenko proved not up to the challenge of besting Lynxes Seeker Milaslaŭ Yaroš, giving the visitors a come-
    see LYNXES, page ᚦ4


    SEKIOTOVO, RYAZAN — In a near riot of excitement Bricklayers fans rushed the Re'ems home pitch after the visitors from Ivanovo soundly defeated the Ryazan home team.
       In the aftermath Captain and Chaser Sofiya Mironova could not stop from smiling, commenting to reporters, "This is just a great feeling, it's incredible, we played so well and we earned this."
       One of the other formerly dominant teams of the ESL, the Ryazan Re'ems claimed a championship and a runner-up in the last
    see BRICKLAYERS, page ᚦ4


    RYSHKOVO, KURSK — Every mineral-based pun you could think of probably applied to Smolensk's performance last night. They were tough, they were smooth, they barely took a scratch, and their talent shone brilliantly.
       Panzers Captain and Keeper Grushanin Georgiy has continued the Quidditch Club's long tradition of favouring large players, heavy plays that rely on the execution of force and a solid defence. But Diamonds Captain and Seeker Solomina Vsevolodovna poured a lot
    see DIAMONDS, page ᚦ4
    « Last Edit: May 07, 2018, 11:07:53 PM by Christine »

  • Offline Evan Reavley
  • Re: [Announcement] The Broomsticks' Break
    « Reply #4 on: March 07, 2018, 02:53:00 PM »
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    BALLYCASTLE, CO. ANTRIM -- Ballycastle Captain Finbar Quigley's standing order for absolutely fair play had worked out well two weeks ago at the Wanderers, whose notorious violent playstyle earned them all the fouls. But against the straight-and-narrow Appleby visitors, the gambit just wasn't good enough to secure the win.
    Arrows Captain Ewan Graham however acknowledged the Bats' effort, both in gameplay and sportsmanship, going so far as to embrace Quigley after the match. "They're a good team, no doubt, and it's nice to see they've cleaned up their act," Graham told the Prophet. "Today we were better, but tomorrow, who knows?"
    see ARROWS, page ᚦ3




    WERNDDU, CAERPHILLY -- Back on their home turf, the Catapults were able to secure a second win in a close game with the catch of the Snitch by Seeker Caio Bivens, which is very likely to project the team up to the top of the ranking once the second round finishes up.
    Puddlemere United came visiting the Caerphilly pitch last night, after their sounding defeat of the Cannons on their own pitch two weeks prior. The game was one of balls truly whizzing back and forth, as both teams' Chasers had a total of over twenty-five goal attempts each, and Keepers Gweneth Caddick and Oliver Wood were also equally matched in goals stopped.
    see CATAPULTS, page ᚦ3




    CHUDLEIGH, DEVON -- Back on their home turf... the Cannons still lost, again.
    Already chomping at the bit after their penalty-riddled loss to the Ballycastle Bats last round, the Wigtown Wanderers invaded Chudleigh yesterday and took a win of their own despite causing several illegal injuries.
    One good thing could be said -- the Wigtown Keeper was so focused on clobbering any player nearby, it allowed the Cannons to use diversions to score five times
    see WANDERERS, page ᚦ4
    This Week's Games
    Kenmare Kestrels @ Wimbourne Wasps;
    Montrose Magpies @ Holyhead Harpies;
    Pride of Portree @ Gravesend Griffins;
    Tutshill Tornados @ Falmouth Falcons




    LYSYNYCHI, LVIV -- In their home opener, the Kings clearly established their desire to win a new crown: this year's East Slavic Cup.
    Though the visiting Miners technically outscored them on goals, Captain Boris Stetsenko and his fellow Chasers actually made three times the goal attempts of their counterparts, and were only stopped by the fleet flying of Miners Keeper Artem Omelchuk. Omelchuk commented after the game, "The drive to win was clear every time a Kings player came close. I feared for my life a
    see KINGS, page ᚦ4




    VESNYANE, MYKOLAIV -- The defensive line for which the Shields have been known so long was not enough to stop the onslaught of the visiting Kiev Castles.
    Captain Yurij Denysenko and his twin brother Yukhym, the two Castles Beaters, led a furious breaking attack through Mykolaiv's Chaser line to lead the Kiev Chasers directly to the goals. Olha Kulish, the Shields Keeper, was mostly able to keep up though the Castles often used their Triple Tower screen to distract her from the true target.
    In the end, Castles Seeker Lina Prokopchuk
    see CASTLES, page ᚦ5



    DANILOVSKY, MOSCOW -- Ryazan and Zhytomyr both had rough starts last week, but the last member of the ESL's Big Three, the Moscow Metalmen, made a big showing at their home opener.
    Despite weeks of preparation specifically for this match, the Minsk Saints of Belarus were completely unprepared for the new strategies that Captain and Beater Veronika Petrova had
    see METALMEN, page ᚦ5
    This Week's Games
    Kursk Panzers @ Homyel Lynxes;
    Ryazan Re'ems @ Kiev Castles;
    Zhytomyr Ironbellies @ Ivanovo Bricklayers
    « Last Edit: March 16, 2018, 02:30:06 PM by Taed »

  • Offline Evan Reavley
  • Re: [Announcement] The Broomsticks' Break
    « Reply #5 on: March 16, 2018, 01:50:12 PM »
    While the administration team continues to re-install the site's old features on the new hosting service, the Broomsticks' Break will revert to a simple graphic-only announcement.


















  • Offline Evan Reavley
  • Re: [Announcement] The Broomsticks' Break
    « Reply #6 on: March 29, 2018, 01:45:26 PM »
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  • Offline Evan Reavley
  • Re: [Announcement] The Broomsticks' Break
    « Reply #7 on: April 09, 2018, 02:13:19 PM »
    While the administration team continues to re-install the site's old features on the new hosting service, the Broomsticks' Break will revert to a simple graphic-only announcement.


















    I appreciate everyone's patience and I believe that the next issue of the Broomsticks' Break will be back to "normal." Thanks for reading! ~ Taed
    « Last Edit: April 09, 2018, 02:29:40 PM by Taed »

  • Offline Evan Reavley
  • Re: [Announcement] The Broomsticks' Break
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    WERNDDU, CAERPHILLY – The season opener mistakes of Arrows' Seeker Kathryn Cleveland came back to haunt her as our counterpart Caio Bivens of the hometown Catapults capitalised on several Appleby mistakes to come out with the win.
    · In regular scoring the two teams were well matched; Arrows’ Captain Ewan Graham and Catapults’ Oswallt Gough both led their fellow Chasers in a spirited back-and-forth match, testing the limits of Keepers Maxwell Owen and local Gweneth Caddick.
    see CATAPULTS, page ᚦ3



    FALMOUTH, CORNWALL – The Falmouth Falcons have always been known for their dedication and determination, and it was put to the test last night against the savage brutality of Beater Captain Martainn MacLuinge and his Wanderers.
    · Unfortunately for the defenders, second-string Seeker Thomas Malaurie wasn’t up to facing his Scottish counterpart Lachlann Maclain, and when push came to shove, it was Maclain who ended up capturing the Golden Snitch.
    see WANDERERS, page ᚦ3



    CHUDLEIGH, DEVON – In an absolutely unshocking turn of events, the visiting Ballycastle Bats roundly kicked the snot out of the defending Cannons, continuing Chudley Captain Tanner Cooper’s perfect record... of zero wins this season.
    · Speculation had been rampant prior to this season given the occasional wins Cooper's
    see BATS, page ᚦ4
    This Week's Games
    Puddlemere United @ Gravesend Griffins;
    Pride of Portree @ Kenmare Kestrels;
    Tutshill Tornados @ Holyhead Harpies;
    Montrose Magpies @ Wimbourne Wasps



    SEKIOTOVO, RYAZAN – Rumours abound that the golden age of Ryazan Captain Mikhail Andrejov might be spiralling into disaster, and it was apparent during his Saturday morning defence against the Donetsk Miners.
    · Beater Captain Nazar Nesternko of the Miners was responsible in fair part for Ryazan’s poor scoring during the game; Donetsk out-goaled the defenders 13 hoops to 10, not counting the distraction shots that caused Ryazan’s aim to fail.
    see MINERS, page ᚦ4



    VESNYANE, MYKOLAIV – Last year the Minsk Saints might have really struggled, but as of yesterday evening they now claim two wins out of their three games, and it is instead their latest opponents - the Mykolaiv Shields - who have a 0-and-3 record.
    · Saints Captain and Seeker Aleh Yaroš deserves much of the accolades and bears much of the burden, as one of the few Seeker-Captains in the sport (the only other ESL team like so is the Diamonds).
    see SAINTS, page ᚦ5


    LYSYNYCHI, LVIV – It’s not been a good round for the Big Three, as just like the Re’ems, the Moscow Metalmen under command of Captain Veronika Petrova came out with a second season loss when the faced the Lviv Kings yesterday afternoon.
    · Petrova’s strategies still put the Metalmen at a higher goaling percentage than the Kings, before Seeker Josyp Stelmakh was
    see KINGS, page ᚦ5
    No Games This Week;
    Russia and Belarus observe
    Defender of the Fatherland Day
    « Last Edit: April 17, 2018, 01:19:40 PM by Taed »

  • Offline Evan Reavley
  • Re: [Announcement] The Broomsticks' Break
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    CHALK, GRAVESEND — Harlan Bellamy and his infamous Gravesend Griffins have their eyes on the prize.
    · And even though last night's win didn't quite get them up to the top of the league, the Wanderers (who currently lead the pack) had better watch their backs.
    · It's no secret that Bellamy and co-Captain Roxy Rathbone play a hard game of Quidditch and encourage their players
    to do the same. Yesterday morning's match defending against Captain Timothy Twinning's Puddlemere United team was a prime example of this.
    · Distraction, bombardment, paralyzing presence and lightning quick plays are only a few of the things that make the Griffins so formidable and caused even level heads like United's Keeper Oliver Wood to stress out.
    · Cloé Cardozo and Easton Faulkner
    each scored six goals against Wood, sibling César Cardozo adding another three. Bellamy and Rathbone's
    see GRIFFINS, page ᚦ2

    This Week's Games
    Catapults @ Bats,
    Falcons @ Arrows,
    Harpies @ United

    Lynxes @ Bricklayers,
    Panzers @ Castles,
    Kings @ Diamonds


    KENMARE, CO. KENNY — It's not often that "flying circles around you" is taken literally, but that's exactly what happened to Kestrels Seeker, Captain Aonghas Considine, last night.
    · From the very beginning of the match it looked like Considine's broom was running awry, and slowly. Pride Seeker Albert Paule took notice very early on and capitalised on the equipment problems of his opponent, leading his fellow Pride players to also step up their
    see PRIDE, page ᚦ3


    LLAINGOCH, HOLYHEAD — Captain Brevis Birch and his visiting Tornados may have had a strategic idea, but things didn't work out the way they planned.
    · The hometown Harpies under Captain Jones pulled off a spectular win, even after Holyhead Keeper Alys Tudor was knocked around by double bludgers. Even with the concussion she waved off to the referee, Tudor saved all but five shots by the Tornados.
    see HARPIES, page ᚦ2


    WITCHAMPTON, WIMBORNE — It was a furious game between two nearly evenly matched teams, but in the end, Montrose Seeker Lachlan Starrett ended the nail-biting back-and-forth action and claimed the win for the Magpies.
    · The tenacity of both the Magpies and the hometown Wasps was something to behold, as Montrose Beaters Torsten Trickett and Jean Dunn and Wimbourne Beaters Joshua Armstrong and Jenson Poole did not hold back. Not a single
    see MAGPIES, page ᚦ3
    « Last Edit: April 27, 2018, 03:01:26 PM by Taed »

  • Offline Evan Reavley
  • Re: [Announcement] The Broomsticks' Break
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    APPLEBY, CUMBRIA – Recent mother Quinn Regan didn't take long to get back in the saddle, furthering her counterpart Kathryn Cleveland's bad luck streak on the Quidditch pitch as the Falcons soared in to take a win from the hometown Arrows.
    · Regan has always been known as a player unafraid to get her hands dirty, and she not only ended the game's stalemate but also knocked Miss Cleveland around several times in the race to find and then catch that all-important Golden Snitch.
    see FALCONS, page ᚦ3



    BALLYCASTLE, CO. ANTRIM – A hometown win for the Ballycastle Bats has Captain Finbar Quigley feeling on top of the world, as the continuously cleaning-up team brings their season record to 3-and-2.
    · "Oswallt's got a great program," Quigley said to the Prophet of opposing Catapults Captain Gough, whose loss also brought the team to 3-2, "so it was great to see our players keep to the straight and narrow but still raise the bar. We're picking up slack and already looking toward the Cup."
    see BATS, page ᚦ3



    CHEBBARD, DORCHESTER – Puddlemere United, spared bottom place by their sole opening win, suffered their fourth straight loss last evening thanks in large part to the fleet flying of Holyhead's Morwen Rhydderch.
    · The triple-threat Chaser, national team player, and part-time model easily had the highest scores for the Harpies, a fact not overlooked by Captain Gwenog
    see HARPIES, page ᚦ4
    This Week's Games
    Gravesend Griffins @ Wigtown Wanderers;
    Kenmare Kestrels @ Tutshill Tornados;
    Montrose Magpies @ Pride of Portree;
    Wimbourne Wasps @ Chudley Cannons



    LEVEDIVKA, KYIV– East Slavic referees have warned Panzers Keeper and Captain Grushanin Georgiy that one more brawl will result in being banned from ESL games for the rest of the season.
    · The "Turkic Terror" sped cross-pitch seemingly intent on opposing Keeper Tayisiya Yakovenko of the defending Castles, after he saw Lina Prokopchuk catch the Snitch for Kiev. The Denysenko brothers placed themselves in his path and used their bats to defend
    see CASTLES, page ᚦ4



    BOGORODSKOYE, IVANOVO – Captain Alizar Aleksandrovič of the Lynxes just can't say enough about his team, which is the only undefeated ESL club with a 4-and-0 record.
    · "We've never performed poorly, always ending up in at least a second quadrant bracket," Aleksandrovič told the Prophet. "But fate is on our side this year."
    · Certainly something to be grateful for, since Homyel was trailing behind Ivanovo yesterday when Yaroš grabbed the Snitch from beneath the nose of his
    see LYNXES, page ᚦ5


    MAMONOVO, SMOLENSK – His incredible Bludger shot nailed Lviv Seeker Josyp Stelmakh from all the way across the pitch, preventing Stelmakh from beating Diamonds teammate and captain Solomina Vsevolodovna to the Snitch.
    · It's no wonder Smolensk Beater Gorokhin Gennadiy is this weekend's Prophet MVP.
    see DIAMONDS, page ᚦ5
    This Week's Games:
    Mykolaiv Shields @ Moscow Metalmen;
    Ryazan Re'ems @ Minsk Saints;
    Zhytomyr Ironbellies @ Donetsk Miners
    « Last Edit: May 07, 2018, 10:39:03 PM by Taed »

  • Offline Taed
  • Re: [Announcement] The Broomsticks' Break
    « Reply #11 on: May 15, 2018, 01:54:01 PM »


    The Broomsticks' Break will be delayed due to OOG circumstances. Thank you for your patience.

    In the meantime, here are the IG scores from March 9th's BIL and ESL matches.







    « Last Edit: May 24, 2018, 12:59:10 PM by Taed »
    Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
    17 Jun
    Father's Day
    (me as guest pastor)

    ✟ 0845-1230
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    work 0800-1630
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    work 0800-1930
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    SotC @ Big Ticket
    all day
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    funeral 1100-1215
    funeral 1400-1530
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    ✟ 0845-1230
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    ✟ choir 1700-1800
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    road trip 1705-1900
    Traverse LARP 2000-2359
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    Traverse LARP 0000-2030
    road trip 2035-2230
    1 Jul
    ✟ 0915-1230
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    work 0800-1630
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    Independence Day
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  • Offline Taed
  • Re: [Announcement] The Broomsticks' Break
    « Reply #12 on: May 24, 2018, 12:59:55 PM »


    The Broomsticks' Break will be delayed due to OOG circumstances. Thank you for your continued patience.

    In the meantime, here are the IG scores from March 16th's BIL and ESL matches.







    Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
    17 Jun
    Father's Day
    (me as guest pastor)

    ✟ 0845-1230
    18
    work 0800-1630
    19
    work 0800-1930
    20
    work 0800-1830
    21
    work 0800-1630
    22
    SotC @ Big Ticket
    all day
    23
    funeral 1100-1215
    funeral 1400-1530
    24
    ✟ 0845-1230
    25
    work 0800-1630
    26
    work 0800-1900
    27
    work 0800-1630
    ✟ choir 1700-1800
    28
    work 0800-1830
    29
    work 0800-1630
    road trip 1705-1900
    Traverse LARP 2000-2359
    30
    Traverse LARP 0000-2030
    road trip 2035-2230
    1 Jul
    ✟ 0915-1230
    2
    work 0800-1630
    3
    work 0800-1630
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