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Let The Commonwealth Games Commence!

by Nicholas Yankovec, Second Edition Brand Manager

18th November 2014

Saturday 22nd November and Sunday 23rd November, three Commonwealth countries; the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia; will have their First Edition and Second Edition National Championships!

To celebrate the beginning of the Commonwealth Games, a hopefully annual affair, we are announcing a fantasy contest open to everyone, with a great prize available for the winner.

It's easy to play - just select one player from each of the six tournaments, and at the end of the weekend their total scores will be combined, and the player with the highest score will be crowned Commonwealth King or Queen.

However, there are a few rules:

1) You may not pick the same player twice; so you couldn't pick me for both the UK 1E and 2E Nationals.

2) Each player has a cost, as laid out below. You only have 100 points to spend, so use them wisely. You do not need to spend all your points, but you cannot exceed them.

3) Any player that has not pre-registered, and is therefore not listed below, is cost 17.

4) All entries must be posted by Friday 21st November at 6 PM GMT. Any post later than that will not be counted.

So, pick your team, head to the Nationals Forum and post your entries, and good luck!

Australian First Edition Championship:

The above are estimates of which players will be in attendance.

The United Kingdom First Edition Championship:

Canadian First Edition Championship:

Australian Second Edition Championship:

The above are estimates of which players will be in attendance.

The United Kingdon Second Edition Championship

Canadian Second Edition Championship



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