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PAG Annual 2002

Reported by:
Andrew Saunders

Before we go into the events of the PAG Annual tournament, here's a little story of what goes on behind the scenes. The night before the tournament we made it back to the field around 2am. The teams from Quebec had already arrived, set up camp and we relaxing around a fire. Mark recieved a call that one of his refs had drove his car off the road, having a truck we take off to drag it out of the ditch. About 2:40am we finally find the vehicle, moderatly damaged and perched over a hill. Figuring we were unable to pull it out ourselves Mark calls a tow truck to come get it. A while later it finally arrives, pulls out the car and leaves. Fornately the vehicle is still drivable so he leaves and we head back to the field to sleep before the next day. It is past 4am and and 7am comes early...

The next day a total of 18 teams arrive. The field was dry and the weather was sunny with no wind, perfect for playing ball. The field was set up with huge tires and 2 half-satellite dishes on each end. The satellite dish on the starting point was solid but the one towards the middle was a metal screen mesh. It wasn't long before players figured out that their balls would break beautifully on the mesh and coat the person behind it. It was amusing to watch players get completly plastered in paint, which would impact their vision severly. This, in turn, was the downside for making it to the screen.

As usual with the level of play in the maritimes most all games went fast and hard with very few going the distance. The layout of the field ment teams had to be agressive or be surrounded and slowly picked off. The results for the prelims were:

  Division 1
  Team   1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   Total / 800
  Tylenol   95   0   75   0   0   90   0   10   270
  Disturbed   10   20   0   100   0   90   0   0   320
  Thunder Paint   100   20   0   0   0   10   95   95   320
  Gone Ballistic   40   75   100   0   0   20   10   0   245
  C02 Kool   0   15   100   20   10   10   10   100   265
  River Valley Skank Bangers   10   0   100   100   95   10   95   0   410
  Team MRA   20   95   100   30   95   10   20   100   470 (3rd)
  Dixie Normous   90   10   100   100   100   95   100   100   695 (2nd)
  Acocalypse   90   95   100   90   100   95   95   100   765 (1st)


  Division 2
  Team   1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   Total / 800
  Hurricane   100   20   10   90   10   0   10   20   260
  Renegade   100   90   100   100   90   20   95   100   695 (1st)
  Triple Image   90   0   0   0   20   0   100   90   300
  Bunker Monkeys   0   20   100   10   20   20   75   100   345
  Morrigan   95   95   20   90   90   0   10   0   400
  Warriors   0   85   10   20   15   100   100   0   330
  Heavy Metal   100   0   95   95   95   0   100   95   580 (2nd)
  SWA   100   5   0   0   100   30   10   10   255
  Odyssee   0   10   95   90   20   100   95   0   410 (3rd)


The finals we blazing fast, no games went the distance. Apocalypse was playing some excellent ball, but with one key loss Renegade would nugde them out to take the win.


  Finals
  Team   1   2   3   4   5   Total / 500   Prize
  Renegade   100   0   100   100   95   395 (1st)   Trophy and $1000
  Apocalypse   90   100   90   90   10   380 (2nd)   Trophy and $500
  Odyssee   10   100   20   95   100   325 (3rd)   Trophy and $200
  Heavy Metal   95   100   0   20   90   305 (4th)   Trophy
  Dixie Normous   0   0   100   10   20   130 (5th)    
  Team MRA   20   0   0   0   0   20 (6th)    


MVP went to Paul d'Aigle from Apocalypse and a well-deserved sportsmanship trophy went to team Hurricane. And as usual the tournament ended with the throwing of the paint boxes. One of the prizes was a gun which Nick, the lucky bastard from C02 Kool, managed to wrestle away from everybody using his advanced pig wrestling skills. All in all it was a good tourny.

Here are some photos from the event which were donated by Paul Daigle and Gary Gates.
Here is a site from some of the Quebec teams that attended. Here is more on them (all in french). smoked!

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