Happy Belated Ballentines Day

(published on British Dodgeball, 15/02/2022) Starting off by looking at University dodgeball: we may have the last BUCS league fixtures this weekend, but three leagues have already finished! Amazing how fast time flies. In the Men’s Premier League, Sheffield 1s completed their undefeated run with seven wins across seven matches. Their captain, James Bateman, had thisContinue reading “Happy Belated Ballentines Day”

Meet the Club – London Knights

(published on House of Dodge, 25/01/2022) From launching at the same time as the coronavirus, to fighting for the top spot in the South Eastern regional league, London Knights have certainly had a colourful first few years as a dodgeball club.  It’s easy to forget among the plethora of London clubs now – Saints, Knights,Continue reading “Meet the Club – London Knights”

Get Stuck in the Middle of League

(published on British Dodgeball, 18/01/2022) On Saturday 15th of January, we officially hit the halfway mark for national leagues! Meaning that every team within a league has played each other at least once, and the schedule now repeats, giving teams a chance to show their progress. Anything can change between now and the end ofContinue reading “Get Stuck in the Middle of League”

New Year, News Letter

[published on British Dodgeball, 04/01/2022] What’s happening in 2022? In short, a whole lot. We’ve got over 100 events on the calendar for the rest of the season, varying from school events to super leagues, from Euros to Uni champs. There are still plenty of spaces left in opens across 2022, so make sure toContinue reading “New Year, News Letter”

BUCS Report – League Meet 2

[published on House of Dodge, 09/12/21] Since the last BUCS report, two teams have held onto their leads; three have been usurped; three leagues simply didn’t meet; and two were cancelled due to hall booking problems, because, well, of course they were. It’s comforting to know that even with the relative glitz and glamour ofContinue reading “BUCS Report – League Meet 2”

Review: “Zorrie” by Laird Hunt

[published on Bandit Fiction, 24/10/2021] Finishing Zorrie and finding out, through his acknowledgements section, that Laird Hunt kept a copy of Virginia Woolf’s The Waves on hand throughout the writing process is the least surprising part of a novel that, generally, does not try very hard to surprise you. Zorrie is a gentle book, or at least is trying to be.Continue reading “Review: “Zorrie” by Laird Hunt”