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Hobbiton Gardeners

The Moot Master Bakers were a moderately successful team in the Moot Free League (MFL). By moderately successful, we mean they finished a season with enough players to field a full team for the next season, and they still had some sticky buns left.

However, this fame got too much for their owners, who were forced into administration after blowing all their cash reserves on celebratory pie. Out of the ashes of the Master Bakers rose a new team, the Hobbiton Gardeners; most of the MMB players had taken odd-jobs in the meantime and with little to actually do in halfling lands they mostly just tended gardens, so the name seemed appropriate. Fingers crossed the Gardeners can have a similar level of success as the Master Bakers, without the excess…

Career Statistics for Hobbiton Gardeners

Team P W L D TF TA CF CA COMP INT %
League Record 4 1 2 1 5 6 11 6 0 0 25

Key

  • P: Number of games Played
  • TF: Number of Touchdowns scored by the team
  • TA: Number of Touchdowns scored against the team
  • CF: Number of casulties caused by the team
  • CA: Number of casulties the team has suffered
  • %: Teams win percentage (including Draws)

Performance by Season

Season P W L D TF TA CF CA COMP INT %
2519/20 Season 4 1 2 1 5 6 11 6 0 0 25

Performance by Competition

Competition P W L D TF TA CF CA COMP INT %
Chanelf Challenge Cup 2519 4 1 2 1 5 6 11 6 0 0 25

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Awards from Competitions

Award Competition Value
Most CAS Chanelf Challenge Cup 2519 11

HDWSBBL - Did You Know

WE NEVER TOUCHED THE MANHUNTER’S BALLS!!

During a critical semi-final of the Anklebiter competition between the Innsmouth Shadows and the Middenheim Manhunters, a draw had led to extra time play.
The Shadows were in unseen form, and half of the Manhunters team were unconscious or otherwise in the dugout. Victory and a final against the Beaumont Blitzers seemed to be looming, when the Manhunters ball carrier was shoved into the crowd.

The resulting crowd throw-in however, flew majestically over the Shadows players before accurately landing directly into their endzone, whereupon it was relative childs play for Sam Vimes to skirt past the clumsy hands of the Shadow’s Zombies and Flesh Golems and get the golden goal.

The controversy came when it transpired that the entire front row of the stands where that outrageous throw had come from happened to have been bought up by the entire Loren Rangers.

Understandably, the Innsmouth Shadow’s coach: Joseph “I see pointy eared people” Curwen was less than amused at this.

Though spokespersons for the Loren Rangers have often denied all allegations of ball handling, this incident did nothing to improve Curwens growing hatred and paranoia concerning Elves of all kind.

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