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Pierwszy mecz klanu "holsyhot"



Dnia 24.02.2011 odbył się pierwszy mecz sparingowy klanu "holyshot" z drużyną "THC"

Mecz rozgrywany był w formacji 3vs3.

Holyshot wspaniale reprezentowali:

Poland Patryk "pATEN." Wojciechowski

Poland Oliwier "Industrial" Wojciechowski

Poland Piotr "Cybula" Cybulski


Skład klanu "THC"

Poland Pazdzioch

Poland Benus

Poland Siwek


Gracze "holyshot" pokazali klasę i zmiażdżyli THC 24 :4



Miejmy nadzieję, że "holyshot" pokaże się również z dobrej strony w innych meczach

POWODZENIA !




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