London Bruises Rocky Mountain, 205-132

London Bruises Rocky Mountain, 205-132 Photo: Paul Delooze,

GUILDFORD, UK–When these teams last met Rocky Mountain were WFTDA champions and their 228-49 win flattered the hosts courtesy of a huge final jam. It was unthinkable then that London might be considered favourites in their next meeting–but slight favourites they were. A first half of long, tight battles for lead jammer kept scoring low until the teams traded powerjams at the death was followed by a slightly freer second half–but London led from jam three and took an exceptionally physical win 205-132.

London Pulverizes Toronto, 477-41

London Pulverizes Toronto, 477-41 Photo: Moneyshot, Wicked Shamrock Photography

GUILDFORD, UK–It was a festival of pink as London’s London Brawling (current WFTDA #7) took on Toronto’s CN Power (WFTDA #13); even both teams’ coaches got in on the act with both Ballistic Whistle and Wade Wheelson sporting bright pink ties.

Preview: Anarchy in the UK 2014

LONDON, UK–This is the third Anarchy in the UK since London’s debut onto the WFTDA scene in Anarchy 1 back in 2011, and the first to feature multiple sanctioned games since that most memorable of events. As with the very first one, you can watch every bout from this weekend’s event live on DNN!

WFTDA Releases November 2013 Rankings

WFTDA Releases November 2013 Rankings London celebrates after taking out 3rd place at WFTDA Divisionals in Fort Wayne. Photo: Dave Wood.

UPDATE (11 Dec, 2pm): WFTDA has re-released the rankings after a data entry error saw a game between Gold Coast and Fort Myers recorded as Gold Coast vs Fort Wayne. The Gold Coast game made Fort Myers eligible to be ranked; they debut at 42, just behind Sac City. Gold Coast rises from 54 to 50; all teams under 42 drop at least one place. That means that the previously 100th placed team Assassination City drops out of Division 2 into Division 3.