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Reports and news from the BML

Preliminary Rogue report

TAIPEI TIMES (AP) – A seven-year-old boy was at the centre of a Taipei courtroom drama yesterday when he challenged a court ruling over who should have custody of him. The boy has a history of being beaten by his … Continue reading

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Lions Christmas Cracker – with a good stuffing of the cheating Mitsukoshi

With a respite in the seemingly endless torrential downpour, albeit temporary, that has seen Taiwan become sodden and drenched over the last few weeks, BML action returned to the Bai Ling B pitch, despite a mail the previous evening saying … Continue reading

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DISGRACE

Bai Ling was not the most fun place to be in the world on Saturday afternoon. Well, pitch B anyway. While pitch A was handed to the much more attractive Taipei Women’s League, the Red Lions were treated to some … Continue reading

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Lions 0 P Cocksuckers 3

It was a beautiful sunny day as the Lions assembled at Da Jia, and indeed at Bai Ling, for the game against the P Cocksuckers. With the BML finally making a welcome return, the Lions finally decided on one single … Continue reading

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Threadbare Lions Stun Sanchong

With a huge amount of Lions away for various reasons, the weekend arrived with the Lions looking as though they may have trouble fielding a full team. Fred was due back, arriving in Taoyuan shortly after kick off, Paddy the … Continue reading

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Lions leave it late as Lewis leaps in to the limelight

Having had a couple of weeks break from BML action, the Lions found themselves – all too literally – in a bit of an unlikely dog fight against the team with the gayest name in the league – the Peacocks. … Continue reading

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Big news day overshadows Big Lions victory

Your humble scribe was getting ready to leave for the football when 2 messages came in almost simultaneously. One was from Clovis, proclaiming sickness. The other was from Kim “Not black enough” Sun Il, proclaiming sickness. Mao is no believer … Continue reading

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