Wow… it’s been over a month since we’ve posted here. Thankfully, SnowiE has granted access to the site and I can wreck havoc whenever I pretty much feel like it. I’m hoping part of that arrangement is regular updates on the state of the clan and such shit.
…is swearing allowed on the 9men website? I didn’t check the rules. Ah, to hell with it.
Wireplay 6v6 Season 4 has officially finished and we have been crowned Division 5c Champions! This means automatic promotion to Division 4 next season and a chance to compete on a higher stage. We’ve played a few games in the Wireplay 7v7 league and are somewhat comfortable in mid-table at present, having narrowly lost out in our most recent game to GoT — another veteran team of the 7v7 league.
ETF2L is coming to a close and we have one more game left to play (thanks to two teams dropping from our division) against GoT4. A double-win here will secure us 5th place after we drew our game against MRX earlier this week. We would have liked to have done better this season but a mid-table finish could be far worse in what turned out to be one of the harder Div5 divisions.
We have suspended all ETF2L ladder activity until we can re-establish a stable squad. Which leads nicely onto…
We have said goodbye to kirkeh unfortunately which leaves us without a dedicated medic. We are currently recruiting for a new one and anyone interested should contact either SnowiE or myself in IRC or on Steam. You can find us on ETF2L for our contact information. We have, however, managed to bag us a diamond — Krian becomes the newest member of 9men and will slot straight into a scout and sniper role.
I’d love to say that I’ve updated the results page with our latest matches but the truth is I haven’t. Really, go check. It’s as out-of-date as Zack Morris‘ mobile phone. I’ll endevour to get that shit sorted over the next week or so. I’ll no doubt be back soon with an end-of-season-type-review kind-of-thing. It’ll be awesome — that is for sure.
Better than SnowiE’s posts at least. *SAFETY WINK*