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Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Warriors in the Woods V: Operation Rhino

originally published in the August 2007 issue of Paintball Sports Magazine

Tippinators help defend Strudleburg at the much anticipated Warriors in the Woods V: Operation Rhino presented by Banshee Paintball was held at Mersey Road Paintball in East River Nova Scotia on May 6th 2007. Every year players expect bigger and better Warriors in the Woods event than the year before. Constantly striving to exceed player expectations, Eric Fisher and Jennifer Washtock from Banshee Paintball, put on an extensively planning and meticulously prepared event that lives up to players' expectations. In only a few short years, Warriors in the Woods has become the premier scenario even in Eastern Canada drawing players and teams from throughout the Maritime Provinces.

2007 Golden Triangle: Halifax Event

originally published in the August 2007 issue of Paintball Sports Magazine

The Halifax GT, considered the unofficial start of the outdoor tournament supair season in Atlantic Canada was played on May 26th. Twenty teams from throughout Nova Scotia and New Brunswick who merged on Overkill Sportz in Mount Uniacke Nova Scotia for the first event in the Golden Triangle paintball series for 2007.

Thursday, July 19, 2007

Tippinators on Newsstands in Two Magazines

Tippinators Team Captain Bruce 'Charon' Johnston and Reserve Member Dawn 'Editor' Allcot both have bylines in two prestigious paintball magazines this month.

The August 2007 issue of Paintball Sports Magazine features a game write-up by Johnston detailing the Tippinators’ adventures at Mersey Road paintball for the Warriors in the Woods V scenario. Meanwhile, the U.S.-based Allcot writes about the Long Island Big Game, which took place in New York in mid-May.

Sunday, July 1, 2007

Recon Magazine: A Case for the Defense

originally published in issue 3:2 of RECON Magazine 

There is nothing quite like the adrenaline rush of grabbing the flag and running it back to your base for the win. The sound of paintballs whizzing past your head like angry bees as you make the dash for glory or the ear to ear grin as your teammates' congratulate you in the staging area are feelings that are hard to replace. In paintball, as with many other sports, glory goes to the offense and barely a mention is made of the defense. Yet the defense can, and often does, determine the outcome of the game.