Event S30 RISING STAR AWARD (Gun&Torch)

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S30 Rookie Spamlord (after R11)

serial_thrilla

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It is now time for a S30 rookie Spamlord update. As you will no doubt recall at the Round 5 update, the three rookies Kilroy, Muddiemoose and T2B_ were leading the charge. But as you can see - at the conclusion of Round 11 a few new contenders have entered the fray. Kilroy is now a mile out in front courtesy of his Friday night YouTube spamathon, but he has now been joined in the top two by certified Gatecrasher BLUEALLTHRU. The Moose has dropped to third place, with Supersuns in fourth and T2B_ in fifth.

Filthy spammers the lot of them.

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* = Gun winners | # = Torch winners


 

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It is now time for a S30 rookie Spamlord update. As you will no doubt recall at the Round 5 update, the three rookies Kilroy, Muddiemoose and T2B_ were leading the charge. But as you can see - at the conclusion of Round 11 a few new contenders have entered the fray. Kilroy is now a mile out in front courtesy of his Friday night YouTube spamathon, but he has now been joined in the top two by certified Gatecrasher BLUEALLTHRU. The Moose has dropped to third place, with Supersuns in fourth and T2B_ in fifth.

Filthy spammers the lot of them.

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* = Gun winners | # = Torch winners


Pwoah Kilroy you animal
 

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Pwoah Kilroy you animal
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It is now time for a S30 rookie Spamlord update. As you will no doubt recall at the Round 5 update, the three rookies Kilroy, Muddiemoose and T2B_ were leading the charge. But as you can see - at the conclusion of Round 11 a few new contenders have entered the fray. Kilroy is now a mile out in front courtesy of his Friday night YouTube spamathon, but he has now been joined in the top two by certified Gatecrasher BLUEALLTHRU. The Moose has dropped to third place, with Supersuns in fourth and T2B_ in fifth.

Filthy spammers the lot of them.

View attachment 983735
* = Gun winners | # = Torch winners


Do you have the numbers by club?
 
A Note from the Committee New

GremioPower

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THE S30 RISING STAR AWARD


A NOTE FROM THE COMMITTEE




The S29 Rookie Class received the task of organizing and executing the S30 Rising Award and has taken it with a deep sense of duty. The whole project, as it has been done this season, wouldn’t be possible if it was left for only one person to do it.

It all started during the off-season, with a small group of people. The discussions evolved. Slowly, the award began to take shape – even though, truth be told, no one was sure about exactly like it would ended up looking. The group increased in size and became a Committee, those early ideas turned into rules and guidelines, and, when the season started, the S30 Rising Star was set.

Practically all the 13 members of the Committee have been involved in one way or another. We are very thankful for their help. Nonetheless, as the season progressed, there were 7 participants who did most of the hard work: Bastyy, Chipmunk, GWS Goose, Santoz, serial_thrilla, Tonga Bob, and, yours truly, GremioPower (respectively, a Fury, a Hawk, a Gumby, a Bomber, a Dragon, a Warrior, and a Rat).

For 16 weeks, we evaluated rookies’ involvement in each match thread, we looked into how they played every single game, and we voted for the best poster and the best qootballer of the round. We also presented the positions they were fielded, announced those who were running for the Gun (qooty) and the Torch (posting), wrote justifications for our choices, and interviewed the winners and their captains.

We did all of that every single week. This is the most astonishing feature of all, probably. Not only it was a repetitive endeavor that lasted four whole months, which we completed along with our real life obligations, but along the way we also needed to deal with the tensions that any collective enterprise naturally generates. And, oh!, we’ve had our fair share of controversies and fights in the Committee – from the first to the last month.

This effort was in good part motivated by our desire in helping the rookies to understand, enjoy, and get involved into the SFA world. Still, it was more than that. It was through these amazing game and community that we, from the Committee, had the opportunity to meet and to know each other. We would not have accomplished it, if we weren’t among friends.

Our friendship is certainly higher now than it was before the beginning of the season. For that, all the work was worthy. We hope that we managed to pass this sense of comradery to the rookies. After all, once the Award Night is over, it will be their job to carry this Sweet tradition on.

We will announce day and time of the S30 Rising Star Award as soon as we have a definition. Moreover, there are some Special Gun awards to be conferred still. Meanwhile, we may share some numbers about the S30 rookie class on and off the field.

Thank you all for participating.



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THE S30 RISING STAR AWARD


A NOTE FROM THE COMMITTEE




The S29 Rookie Class received the task of organizing and executing the S30 Rising Award and has taken it with a deep sense of duty. The whole project, as it has been done this season, wouldn’t be possible if it was left for only one person to do it.

It all started during the off-season, with a small group of people. The discussions evolved. Slowly, the award began to take shape – even though, truth be told, no one was sure about exactly like it would ended up looking. The group increased in size and became a Committee, those early ideas turned into rules and guidelines, and, when the season started, the S30 Rising Star was set.

Practically all the 13 members of the Committee have been involved in one way or another. We are very thankful for their help. Nonetheless, as the season progressed, there were 7 participants who did most of the hard work: Bastyy, Chipmunk, GWS Goose, Santoz, serial_thrilla, Tonga Bob, and, yours truly, GremioPower (respectively, a Fury, a Hawk, a Gumby, a Bomber, a Dragon, a Warrior, and a Rat).

For 16 weeks, we evaluated rookies’ involvement in each match thread, we looked into how they played every single game, and we voted for the best poster and the best qootballer of the round. We also presented the positions they were fielded, announced those who were running for the Gun (qooty) and the Torch (posting), wrote justifications for our choices, and interviewed the winners and their captains.

We did all of that every single week. This is the most astonishing feature of all, probably. Not only it was a repetitive endeavor that lasted four whole months, which we completed along with our real life obligations, but along the way we also needed to deal with the tensions that any collective enterprise naturally generates. And, oh!, we’ve had our fair share of controversies and fights in the Committee – from the first to the last month.

This effort was in good part motivated by our desire in helping the rookies to understand, enjoy, and get involved into the SFA world. Still, it was more than that. It was through these amazing game and community that we, from the Committee, had the opportunity to meet and to know each other. We would not have accomplished it, if we weren’t among friends.

The friendship among us is certainly higher now than it was before the beginning of the season. For that, all the work was worthy. We hope that we managed to pass this sense of comradery to the rookies. After all, once the Award Night is over, it will be their job to carry this Sweet tradition on.

We will announce day and time of the S30 Rising Star Award as soon as we have a definition. Moreover, there are some Special Gun awards to be conferred still. Meanwhile, we may share some numbers about the S30 rookie class on and off the field.

Thank you all for participating.



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