Dynamix Win GPPL Event 1 In South Africa

Dynamix Win GPPL Event 1 In South Africa

Dynamix just competed in the first major tournament of 2012, GPPL1 (Gauteng Professional Paintball League), held at Blades and Triggers.  The field was looking great with lush green grass and perfect weather. There were a lot of new 3 man teams, which is a great sign that paintball is growing in South Africa! Dynamix helped run a Proto Rail Experience and let some of the new players try out the Proto Rail while coaching them through their games with tips and advice. The 3 man teams also had a great opportunity to play on SA’s very first Astro Turf field! Big thanks to Blades and Triggers for raising the bar and providing the world class venue once again.

Dynamix started Saturday full of smiles with all their new C12 Dye gear, parting ways with their NT11’s (which served us well last year), for the new powerful DM12! Testing all the paint at the event, DNX opted to use Dye’s new CG paint, which was great through out the whole day. It certainly gave us an edge, and helped us move on to Sunday.

After some solid wins on Sunday, Dynamix felt strong going into the finals against Xplicit. Xplicit definitely came out swinging, they were 2-0 up on us with 3 minutes left on the clock.  Dynamix boys showed a lot of heart and never gave up fighting. Chris England playing some of the best paintball of his life, alongside Vivian Riley cutting down the Doritto side, leaving Dane Carfoot and Yosh Naran to cause havoc down the snake, with Brendan Dennis not holding back and rushing down the Doritto side to take the final kills. Dynamix ended up beating Xplicit 3-2 with one minute left on the clock. It was a epic battle!!

Craig Marley (Dynamix Team Captain)

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    June 4th, 2014 at 9:20 pm

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