GUILDFORD, UK–The final game at Anarchy might have been expected to be close just going by WFTDA rankings that had Rocky Moutain pegged at #9 and Toronto at #13–but the pattern of scores in the tournament to date meant that the odds were very heavily in Rocky Mountain’s favour. Toronto put in a performance that showed some of the strength that had earned them that ranking–but they still fell 357-100 and were consigned to last place as Rocky took second.
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.