Sunday July 7th saw the first inaugural UWL event take place at Adrenaline Paintball in Melbourne Ontario. Four teams appeared which were an amalgamation of several people from many area teams from both the world of speedball and scenario paintball. All come together to enter into an all out war … paintball combat!
Its pretty incredible to reflect back at one’s own journey, especially if that journey has gone places and done things that would have never even been considered before. It was this same article last year reflecting on 2011 where it was considered how difficult it would be to top that season …. well folks, we did it!
Saturday July 28th, 2012 marked another fantastic paintball engagement at Adrenaline Paintball with their annual Rednecks vs The World big game.Conditions could not have been better as over 150 paintballers took up arms for either William Veens of Veens Irregulars for the Rednecks facing off against Miss Canada 2012 Jaclyn Miles and her XO Wizzard of The Northern Gunmen for the World side.
The annual Redneck Festival at Adrenaline Paintball in Melbourne ON was another caliber event the Catshack Reports can easily add to our top ten listing of events for 2011. The Redneck theme saw players pitted against each other as either the “Rednecks” led by General Sarge Morin of Team Weazel vs “The World” led by Adam Nelson of Team OpFor. Other area teams in attendance through the weekend included Aces Wild, Veens Irregulars and The Northern Gunmen
This event is going to be a full blown festival and has the makings for one of the coolest paintball events of the year and better yet it’s gonna last for two whole days. The Catshack Reports attended one of the Adrenaline Red Neck events a few years ago … simply put, great food, great people and lots of fun activities throughout the day made it a very worthwhile journey to attend.
For those following the Catshack Reports for the past year, last year if you might recall our attendance at the second annual Kyus Caines Memorial Event at Adrenaline Paintball. The event was held in memory of a little boy that didn’t get the chance to live life on account of a freak lightning strike that took his young life. Personally I love seeing paintball help those in need and the less fortunate and anything for a good cause is fine by me.
For me the 2010 paintball season was easily the wildest ride in all my years of paintball. Throughout the year I made my way clear across the heart of paintball for Canada right here in Ontario and also had a chance to cross the border for my very first forays into the United States to experience paintball such as it is there.
As previously reported on not altogether long ago, 5 year old boy, Kyus Caines, was struck and killed by a freak lightning strike while on a soccer field. Kyus spent a week in Intensive Care before passing away. A child without opportunity to live life is something The Catshack Reports felt was very worthy to attend with respect to a paintball event held in his memory.