All entries for October 2005

October 31, 2005

Glassball, Leicester–Style

The Big Three may have relinquished their iron grip on the world of Glassball, but in other parts of the nation, the Brave and Noble Game continues still. Over at De Montfort Uni (which, as we all know, is in Leicester), Glassball has been pioneered by Mr. James Scott, former attendee at Prince Henry's High School, the school that spawned myself. Not only this, but James is in fact the nephew of a lecturer here at Warwick University. Apparently, Although he has no pictures of the momentous sporting occasion of which I write, he has assured me that the bottles, glasses etc etc were regulation (or as near as makes no difference)... It remains to be seen whether Glassball will take off in Leicester (home town, let us not forget, of Anthony. Nearly) as much as it has here at Warwick, but congratulations James, nonetheless.

October 11, 2005

Look! It's Becky!

Obsessive readers of this site will already know the name 'Becky Gillies'. People who have visited every UK website except this one will not be. Because the Glassball blog is proud to be the only page in the UK that has mention of Becky… if you don't believe us, try this.
Of course, it may all have changed by the time you check it out, and if so, then we can only apologise… also, clicking on the link brough up will actually ake you to a picture of Rob in a dressing gown, so you might want to go to the Cached version instead.

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