Friend and London based photographer, Wigan Will, came down to evening pick-up at Mitch court last Tuesday and snapped some awesome pictures…
Although not the fastest, most exciting, or most important game from the Worlds this year, I think it’s the best.
The game has character, narrative and skill. The Guardians and Clobber Politics’ different personalities and styles make for a classic sporting match-up. But ultimately, The Guardians’ patience and composure wins out.
The Guardians play a low-tempo game, retaining energy for the rest of the tournament. There are positive knock-on effects from this confident strategy: it gives you time to become acclimatised to the often alien courts and it leaves your team in a slightly deeper position that absorbs attacking play and creates counter-attacking opportunities.
Great goals by Cody, too.
A few weekends ago Jess arranged a halloween bench-minor tournament at Newington Gardens, London SE1. It felt like the first winter day, in London, this year with dry, crisp air and a generally grey demeanour – the perfect scene for a halloween chill.
Picasso once said “Good artists borrow, great artists steal “.
Whilst we are always trying to create new and exciting Cosmic imagery, there are a few things which can’t go ignored…