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Postby Graintfjall » Fri Mar 19, 2021 10:23 am

This thread serves three functions.

First, it will be the omnibus domestic newswire for all my puppets. My original domestic newswire was hastily made and reorganizing it will be a pain. Furthemore, I have quite a few puppets. And if I created a domestic thread for each one it would quickly become overwhelming spam. While a dedicated domestic thread isn’t needed, I prefer it for the convenience of organization and quick review. Therefore, I’ve created this thread, in which I will post the domestic results of all of my puppets, as well as any other relevant material. This thread is reserved for the posting of domestic results by me or my puppets. Please note that by posting with my puppets I am not necessarily implying any IC relationship between those nations.

Second, it serves as a repository for any small international tournaments I run. These tournaments will be things that are not worth having their own thread. Some may be run between my various puppets, some may be somewhat open to other contributors. These events will not normally have any RP bonus, may use test versions of scorinators, may be stacked full of my own entries, and may otherwise not conform to normal NS Sports standards. Or they may never even run in the first place. No apology is made for any of this. Please only post to such events if explicitly invited and otherwise send inquiries via TG to Graintfjall (regardless of which puppet nation is running said event).

Third, it is the roleplay arm of GS SuperSports+. GTV is the major television company in Græntfjall, SBC in Schutzenphalia and West Ruhntuhnkuhnland, and SuperSport in The Hannasean Federation, and the three have combined to launch an ambitious enhanced sports coverage service through GS SuperSports+, offering a variety of subscription options to suit fans of just about every sport. Notably, GS SuperSports+ is aiming for a multiversal presence and as such offers packages even in sports that are unpopular or unknown in one, two, or all three nations. Note that for nations are that are not my puppets, being carried by GS SuperSports+ is purely an IC gloss, so if you wish your national league or other event to be carried by GS SuperSports+, please do not post here but instead send a TG to Graintfjall.
Last edited by Graintfjall on Fri Mar 19, 2021 10:25 am, edited 1 time in total.
Solo: IBC30, WCoH42
Co-host: CR36, BoF74
Champions: BoF73
Runners-up: DBC49, EC10
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Postby Graintfjall » Fri Mar 19, 2021 10:24 am

Football
Tennis: Jabal Akhdar City Open

Volleyball: Græntfjall Women’s Volleyball League
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Solo: IBC30, WCoH42
Co-host: CR36, BoF74
Champions: BoF73
Runners-up: DBC49, EC10
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Postby Schutzenphalia and West Ruhntuhnkuhnland » Fri Mar 19, 2021 10:24 am

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Postby Graintfjall » Fri Mar 19, 2021 11:06 am

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Government A-lists international football amid rights shake-up

Minutes after Græntfjaller, Schutzenphalian and Hannasean officials announced a huge sports media deal that will see GTV, SBC, and SuperSports combine their broadcasting power into one blockbuster service, the Græntfjaller government swiftly moved to place international football on the reserved ‘A-list’ of sporting events which must retain free-to-air coverage. Along with other major sporting events such as the Summer Olympics, Winter Olympics, and Southeastern Regional Ten-Dimensional Mornington Crescent Championships (Women’s Over 65 Bracket), all international football played by Græntfjaller teams, including the Copa Rushmori in Eura, the next World Cup and Cup of Harmony, and the forthcoming Under-18 World Cup, will be broadcast free-to-air on GTV. The move should reassure those concerned about the increasing dominance of subscription cable in the sports television market.

The Græntfjaller-Schutzenphalian-Hannasean merger will form a new conglomerate, “GS SuperSports+”, amalgamating rights acquired by GTV, SBC and SuperSports. The headline of the deal is an eye-watering sum paid to acquire the rights for The Fußball Show with Jessika Jünkindietrünk, making the Schutzenphalian-born journalist who has made her home in Græntfjall in recent years the highest paid television personality in the country. From Hannasea, familiar faces such as Ashlee Hollis and Sabrina Jordan will also continue their roles, now broadcasting to a captive audience of a quarter of a billion people – and with aggressive aims to expand further. “This value represents good value for money while ensuring anyone can have access to the sport they want when they want,” said Culture Minister Þyri Dagbjartsdóttir. “But it was important we also retain ‘A-list’ rights for international football.”

Details of the deal had leaked in recent weeks, leading to intense criticism from the Left-slate opposition, who have charged the government with being too close to those involved. (Dagbjartsdóttir herself is a former senior editor with GTV’s news service.) But the preservation of A-list rights for international football will blunt some of the attack that too much of the sports television market is disappearing behind expensive paywalls. There were criticisms in Græntfjall as the recent International Basketball Championship was available only on the GTV Sports+ package to viewers in the Queendom, meaning those who didn’t subscribe missed the Super Wolves’ run to 5th place. The IBC is not on the A-list and is likely to be one of the major jewels in the crown of GS SuperSports+ going forward, as interest in basketball booms in both Græntfjall and Hannasea.

Assorted foreign domestic leagues have also signed deals with the new channel, which is boasting ‘wall to wall football’ despite losing out on international coverage. Jabal Akhdar, Mlima Kijani, and Montaña Verde are among those whose hitherto little-heralded domestic leagues will now receive a major signal boost. But GS SuperSports+ clearly harbors bigger ambitions, as evidenced by its offering packages in numerous sports not popular in its home countries, such as signing a deal to broadcast the Uncertain Cricket Championship. Former Culture Minister and current Progressive Liberals leader Kaija Michaelsdóttir cautiously welcomed the announcement. Well known for her love of sport, Michaelsdóttir admitted “her cheque was already in the mail” to sign up, while emphasizing that in the Thing she would be carefully scrutinizing the specifics for value to “taxpayer, customer, and stakeholders”.

The channel will begin broadcasting at midnight tonight (GST), a time that means Græntfjallers tuning in will have to wait several hours for any action from the mainland, instead being treated to the Jabal Akhdar City Open tennis tournament and highlights of the Beach Soccer Blast in sunny Mont Vert. The first major event to be broadcast from Græntfjall itself will be the National Alpine Skiing Championships, sure to be a major draw as one of the main sporting and social events in the national calendar and with renewed interest following disappointing returns in the discipline at the recent Winter Olympics, while the channel’s first major coup will be a live broadcast of the draw for the forthcoming Campianato Esportiva, the Hannasean government having declined to reserve international football rights given the unpopularity of ‘hateball’ in the Federation.
Solo: IBC30, WCoH42
Co-host: CR36, BoF74
Champions: BoF73
Runners-up: DBC49, EC10
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Postby Golgothastan » Sat Mar 20, 2021 7:51 am

The Babbage Trophy

Gobbledigookball is the Golgothastani version of three-sided football (it involves significantly less philosophy and significantly more hooliganism, but otherwise the rules are the same). The game has proved popular because it allows for 50% more crowd violence. The Babbage Trophy, named in memoriam for The Babbage Islands, the nation that provided Golgothastan with the technical infrastructure to play three-sided football, is awarded to the champions on the seventh day of the tournament (the fifth and sixth days being set aside for recovery from brutal turnip vodka-induced hangovers).

Scores refer to goals conceded.

Veröld ný óg óð GC: 6
Ágætis byrjun GC: 4
Fyrsta GC: 2

Takk GC: 4
Straumnes GC: 4
Rembihnútur GC: 4

Yfirborð GC: 2
Hafsól GC: 3
Inní mér syngur vitleysingur GC: 7

Veröld ný óg óð GC: 4
Takk GC: 6
Yfirborð GC: 2

Ágætis byrjun GC: 5
Straumnes GC: 4
Hafsól GC: 3

Fyrsta GC: 3
Rembihnútur GC: 3
Inní mér syngur vitleysingur GC: 6

Veröld ný óg óð GC: 8
Straumnes GC: 3
Inní mér syngur vitleysingur GC: 1

Ágætis byrjun GC: 4
Rembihnútur GC: 6
Yfirborð GC: 2

Fyrsta GC: 1
Takk GC: 3
Hafsól GC: 8

Veröld ný óg óð GC: 6
Rembihnútur GC: 3
Hafsól GC: 3

Ágætis byrjun GC: 3
Takk GC: 3
Inní mér syngur vitleysingur GC: 6

Fyrsta GC: 5
Straumnes GC: 2
Yfirborð GC: 5


                                   GP   CF   FT   EF   CS   ES   CT   TT   AS   GC   Pts
Yfirborð GC 4 3 1 11 23
Fyrsta GC 4 2 1 1 11 21
Straumnes GC 4 1 2 1 13 17
Hafsól GC 4 1 1 1 1 17 17
Ágætis byrjun GC 4 1 2 1 16 14
Rembihnútur GC 4 2 1 1 16 14
Takk GC 4 1 1 1 1 16 13
Inní mér syngur vitleysingur GC 4 1 1 2 20 8
Veröld ný óg óð GC 4 1 3 24 7


Note: irregularities in the standings were brought to the attention of the authorities by a Sajnurian auditor, whose service is thanked by everyone except Inní mér syngur vitleysingur GC, who lost 2 points. They didn't complain as having the auditor inspect their financial records would have been far, far worse.
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Postby Graintfjall » Sat Mar 20, 2021 4:44 pm

Græntfjall Women’s Volleyball League

                         Pld    W   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts 
1 Ostholm 18 14 4 49 22 +27 42
2 Kuodorf 18 14 4 48 24 +24 42
3 Notschach 18 13 5 45 31 +14 39
4 Akurgarten 18 10 8 38 32 +6 30
5 Gerstungal 18 10 8 37 38 −1 30
6 Wimhavn 18 9 9 38 34 +4 27
7 Væggerfried 18 8 10 34 38 −4 24
8 Lohrreith 18 6 12 23 40 −17 18

9 Laafjörður 18 4 14 28 46 −18 12
10 Ilsburg 18 2 16 16 51 −35 6


Playoffs

Ostholm 3−0 Lohrreith
Kuodorf 3−2 Væggerfried
Notschach 3−2 Wimhavn
Akurgarten 3−2 Gerstungal

Semi-finals

Ostholm 3−0 Akurgarten
Kuodorf 3−1 Notschach

Finals

Ostholm 3−1 Kuodorf
Solo: IBC30, WCoH42
Co-host: CR36, BoF74
Champions: BoF73
Runners-up: DBC49, EC10
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Postby Mont Vert » Mon Mar 22, 2021 4:19 am

Beach Soccer Blast

Græntfjall accepted an invitation to the tournament, but the plodding stodginess of a bunch of BFGs lumbering around under scorching tropical heat was never likely to prove a success. Former NT striker Love Nilsson, infamous for his inability to score, found an exciting new format of the game to not score in. Montaña Verde were unsurpising champions once again, with Paúl Barrueco earning MVP honors. More surprising was the relatively strong showing by the Hannaseans, who seem to hate football a little less when played on pristine sandy beaches under glorious sunshine. Demi Andrews scored 12 goals across the tournament to win the Golden Sandal.

MD1

The Hannasean Federation 8–9 Montaña Verde
Græntfjall 1–3 Mont Vert

MD2

Montaña Verde 5–2 Mont Vert
The Hannasean Federation 5–4 Græntfjall

MD3

Græntfjall 1–5 Montaña Verde
Mont Vert 6–11 The Hannasean Federation

                              Pld   W  L   GF  GA  GD  Pts 
1 Montaña Verde 3 3 0 19 11 +8 9
2 The Hannasean Federation 3 2 1 24 19 +5 6
3 Mont Vert 3 1 2 11 17 −6 3
4 Græntfjall 3 0 3 6 13 −7 0


Mont Vert will consider applications for the next edition of the Beach Soccer Blast, as the Græntfjallers, who spent the whole time complaining about the heat and trying to re-colonize the islands, were no fun.

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Postby Jabal Akhdar » Mon Mar 22, 2021 4:20 am

Jabal Akhdar City Open

Attracted by prizes in excess of 1 million rials, a variety of nationalities braved the heat of Jabal Akhdar to play on the fast hard court surfaces, although in the end Schutzenphalian men and Quodite women dominated the competition, winning both titles respectively.

Men’s Singles
Steve Roberts (HAN)               7   7
Kylychbek Egemberdiev (KKA) 5 6

Uxi Finngeirsson (GRÆ) 7 6
Nathan Macdonald (HAN) 6 4

Morgan Kolgrímsson (GRÆ) 3 6 6
Lorenz Albert (SWR) 6 3 2

Hakam el-Bahri (EJA) 4 6 6
Bekzhan Ruslanev (KKA) 6 1 4

John Ward (QOD) 3 6
Freymundur Rútsson (QOD) 6 7

Blake Robbinson (HAN) 4 1
Christoph Laar (SWR) 6 6

Sture Andberg (QOD) 3 6 3
Kurt Persson (QOD) 6 4 6

Edward Gillespie (QOD) 3 2
Mats Bergren (QOD) 6 6

Jorge Sánchez Alvarado (MVE) 2 3
Jules Jones (HAN) 6 6

Rayko Gerstner (SWR) 0 1
Jörn Heine (SWR) 6 6

Willi Danneberg (SWR) 7 4 3
Oliver McLean (QOD) 5 6 6

Felix von Graschütt (SWR) 2 1
Leo Marshall (QOD) 6 6

Ollie Noble (QOD) 7 6
Michel Gaumont (QOD) 5 2

Thibaud Allais (QOD) 6 3 2
Emilio Meusburger (SWR) 4 6 6

Liam Burke (HAN) 2 6 3
Auðbergur Sigurlaugsson (GRÆ) 6 2 6

Jack Fry (HAN) 6 6
Toby Scott (HAN) 3 1

Steve Roberts (HAN)               6   6
Uxi Finngeirsson (GRÆ) 3 4

Morgan Kolgrímsson (GRÆ) 4 1
Hakam el-Bahri (EJA) 6 6

Freymundur Rútsson (QOD) 2 2
Christoph Laar (SWR) 6 6

Kurt Persson (QOD) 6 6
Mats Bergren (QOD) 3 4

Jules Jones (HAN) 6 1 7
Jörn Heine (SWR) 2 6 5

Oliver McLean (QOD) 7 1 6
Leo Marshall (QOD) 5 6 3

Ollie Noble (QOD) 1 6 4
Emilio Meusburger (SWR) 6 1 6

Auðbergur Sigurlaugsson (GRÆ) 3 4
Jack Fry (HAN) 6 6

Steve Roberts (HAN)          6   6
Morgan Kolgrímsson (GRÆ) 3 2

Christoph Laar (SWR) 6 6 6
Kurt Persson (QOD) 7 1 4

Jules Jones (HAN) 6 4 6
Oliver McLean (QOD) 3 6 0

Emilio Meusburger (SWR) 6 1 3
Jack Fry (HAN) 4 6 6

Steve Roberts (HAN)      4   6
Christoph Laar (SWR) 6 7

Jules Jones (HAN) 6 3
Jack Fry (HAN) 7 6

Final

Christoph Laar (SWR)     6   6
Jack Fry (HAN) 4 4


Women’s Singles
Nazenin Khan (KKA)                    4   4
Natalie Pichler (QOD) 6 6

Kaminaga Hanae (QOD) 1 2
Amanda Albertsdóttir (GRÆ) 6 6

Isabella Maier (SWR) 1 3
Samantha Patel (HAN) 6 6

Lara Steiner (SWR) 4 6 6
Aurora Frazer (HAN) 6 4 3

Jana Schlager (SWR) 6 4 6
Mila Flacher (SWR) 2 6 4

Keira Lynes (HAN) 3 6 6
Angeline Blanc (QOD) 6 4 3

Elizabet Cecilsdóttir (MLK) 5 0
Adélie Abadie (QOD) 7 6

Zoey Manninger (SWR) 5 6 6
Maddison Pearson (HAN) 7 4 3

Zaituna Tarkani (KKA) 2 6 8
Kristin Brugmann (SWR) 6 4 10

Annika Wallin (QOD) 4 2
Lily Arneth (SWR) 6 6

Pia Wimmer (SWR) 7 4 6
Elisabeth Hermann (SWR) 5 6 8

Debora Lo Castro (QOD) 6 6
Georgina Cunningham (QOD) 3 4

Du Hanying (QOD)                      2   6   4
Natalie Pichler (QOD) 6 3 6

Amanda Albertsdóttir (GRÆ) 6 4 6
Samantha Patel (HAN) 4 6 3

Eugénie Leavitt (QOD) 3 3
Lara Steiner (SWR) 6 6

Jana Schlager (SWR) 6 6
Keira Lynes (HAN) 1 2

Adélie Abadie (QOD) 6 2 6
Zoey Manninger (SWR) 3 6 4

Kristin Brugmann (SWR) 4 6 4
Isabella Fernandino Navarro (MVE) 6 1 6

Lily Arneth (SWR) 2 3
Elisabeth Hermann (SWR) 6 6

Debora Lo Castro (QOD) 7 6
Bella Kennedy (HAN) 5 0

Natalie Pichler (QOD)                 7   6
Amanda Albertsdóttir (GRÆ) 6 3

Lara Steiner (SWR) 4 6 6
Jana Schlager (SWR) 6 2 8

Adélie Abadie (QOD) 7 6 6
Isabella Fernandino Navarro (MVE) 5 7 2

Elisabeth Hermann (SWR) 6 4
Debora Lo Castro (QOD) 7 6

Natalie Pichler (QOD)      6   6
Jana Schlager (SWR) 4 3

Adélie Abadie (QOD) 1 4
Debora Lo Castro (QOD) 6 6

Final

Natalie Pichler (QOD)      6   6
Debora Lo Castro (QOD) 2 3


Men’s Doubles
Angelo Einhorn/Christian von Arnburg (SWR)            6   5   2
Sigursteinn Björgmundsson/Hugo Benjamínsson (MLK) 4 7 6

Alex Whitford/Aaron Black (HAN) 2 6 3
Marvin Schwarz/Marcel Rottmayr (SWR) 6 4 6

Lucas Waltz/Noel Galishoff (SWR) 7 5 6
David Alfredsson/Dagur Iivosson (GRÆ) 6 7 4

Husan Hilolov/Farzad Gouzardov (KKA) 3 7 6
Reinhart Freymundsson/Pálmar Bilsson (GRÆ) 6 6 8

Hersten Westermarck/Adam Reinhardt (QOD) 5 6 6
Niklas Vogl/Jonathan Cella (SWR) 7 1 4

Marcel Poullain/Nakanishi Senichi (QOD) 6 6 6
Charles Daniel/Jude Price (HAN) 3 7 3

Jonathan Eaton/Nicholas Ryan (HAN) 4 3
Hanno Diederich/Michael Escherich (SWR) 6 6

Kilian Hausle/Mathias Nalder (SWR) 4 7 0
Ryan Terrell/Seb Evison (HAN) 6 6 6

Sigursteinn Björgmundsson/Hugo Benjamínsson (MLK)     3   5
Marvin Schwarz/Marcel Rottmayr (SWR) 6 7

Lucas Waltz/Noel Galishoff (SWR) 6 6
Reinhart Freymundsson/Pálmar Bilsson (GRÆ) 1 3

Hersten Westermarck/Adam Reinhardt (QOD) 3 6 5
Marcel Poullain/Nakanishi Senichi (QOD) 6 4 7

Hanno Diederich/Michael Escherich (SWR) 2 6 10
Ryan Terrell/Seb Evison (HAN) 6 4 8

Marvin Schwarz/Marcel Rottmayr (SWR)        1   6   6
Lucas Waltz/Noel Galishoff (SWR) 6 3 4

Marcel Poullain/Nakanishi Senichi (QOD) 5 3
Hanno Diederich/Michael Escherich (SWR) 7 6

Final

Marvin Schwarz/Marcel Rottmayr (SWR)        4   3
Hanno Diederich/Michael Escherich (SWR) 6 6


Women’s Doubles
Grace Bradley/Dolorès Trudeau (QOD)                                   7   4   6
Scarlett Lewis/Elsa Moore (HAN) 6 6 4

Emelie Lang/Katharina Rottmayr (SWR) 6 6
Luna Abellán Gutiérrez/Alexa Carballo Velázquez (MVE) 2 4

Harmonie Fouquet/Lola Lucroy (QOD) 5 1
Claire Richards/Eloise Horne (HAN) 7 6

Sabira Malikova/Akkenje Iskanderova (KKA) 6 6
Christiane Windischmann/Sofie Radnitz (SWR) 3 2

Brita Gaustad/Maya Lee (QOD) 3 6 6
Hannah Lichtwark/Rosa Lindner (SWR) 6 3 3

Sofia Öberg/Inger Hamar (QOD) 2 6
Leah Murray/Emma Cooper (HAN) 6 7

Florentina Steyer/Kiara Hahnel (SWR) 7 1 2
Geirlöð Finnlaugsdóttir/Folda Annarsdóttir (MLK) 5 6 6

Lisbeth Justine West Gatchalian/Elsa Lauryn Quingco Eusebio (BER) 4 4
Angelina Amstutz/Rosalie Fuchs (SWR) 6 6

Grace Bradley/Dolorès Trudeau (QOD)                  3   6   3
Emelie Lang/Katharina Rottmayr (SWR) 6 4 6

Claire Richards/Eloise Horne (HAN) 7 7
Sabira Malikova/Akkenje Iskanderova (KKA) 6 5

Brita Gaustad/Maya Lee (QOD) 6 4 6
Leah Murray/Emma Cooper (HAN) 4 6 4

Geirlöð Finnlaugsdóttir/Folda Annarsdóttir (MLK) 1 5
Angelina Amstutz/Rosalie Fuchs (SWR) 6 7

Emelie Lang/Katharina Rottmayr (SWR)     2   7   6
Claire Richards/Eloise Horne (HAN) 6 6 2

Brita Gaustad/Maya Lee (QOD) 6 6 6
Angelina Amstutz/Rosalie Fuchs (SWR) 2 7 3

Final

Emelie Lang/Katharina Rottmayr (SWR)     4   5
Brita Gaustad/Maya Lee (QOD) 6 7


The next event on the GS SuperTour is the Neubach Open (grass) in Schutzenphalia and West Ruhntuhnkuhnland. You can submit an entry or two if you like. There's no RP bonus and no promises about regularity of scorination, but you're welcome to use any results as RP backstory fodder for Olympic delegations or other tournaments.

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Postby Gruenberg » Wed Apr 28, 2021 8:22 am

Gruenberger Premier League: Supplementary Auction


The Gruenberger T20 cricket league is conducting a supplementary auction to add players. Those interested should fill out the form below and return by TG or DM to Gruenberg/Graintfjall by 05/05/21 1700 UTC; please do not post in this thread.

This failed last time; what guarantees do I have this time?

None. I make no promises beyond I will try to be better. Enter at your own risk, or, don't.

I don't want to transfer my players

This isn't a transfer situation. The GPL is a franchise T20 league that conducts all its games in a narrow ~month-ish block that, thanks to the magic of fluid time, does not overlap with any other domestic leagues. Therefore your players can play for GPL franchises and stay with their home/current clubs.

That will mean a clash with the Champions League

That will helpfully be avoided by the GPL not submitting teams to the Champions League.

How does it work?

Assign your player a role (batsman, bowler, all-rounder, wicket-keeper). Additional details such as preferred batting position or bowling style are helpful.
Assign your player a grade A-E. A is a top international player, one of the leading players on your international T20 team or similar. B might be a good player on the national team, C a fringe national team selection, D a step below, E a scrub. Try to be honest/fair in your assessment.

How many players can I submit?

Up to 4 players per nation and up to 8 players per user (spread across however many nations). No guarantees any players will be signed; absolute guarantee anyone posting in this thread will not have their players signed.

Code: Select all
Player name:
Role:
Grade:
Any other pertinent information:
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