Austrailan Champion crowned
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 Play is now complete in the 5th annual 2009 'Australian Open Rock Paper Scissors Championships' (ARPSC).  

After months of gruelling & mind numbing competition only one player would concur this war of attrition and inturn claim the prestigious title & take home the major prize of a trip to Canada to attend & compete in 8th annual 2009 World RPS Championships (WRPSC) in Toronto, 14th November.

Michael Stewart aka 'Senior Mick' a 40 year old motor vehicle salesman from Brisbane, QLD took out the Grand Final on Saturday 1st of August on the Gold Coast, QLD. Second place went to Cassie Freriechs aka 'Kickass Cassie' from NSW with Kat Hitchings aka Kat Power from New Zealand taking out third place. The tension in the main arena the players battled for the title was extremely intense and was only matched by the very vocal & appreciative crowd.  

Preparation is already underway for the 2010 'ARPSC'.  Players, coaches and trainers are now encouraged to hone their skills in the off season in order to put their best hand forward for the 2010 series.

For further 'ARPSC' & World Champs details & other essential RPS info,
please visit: www.rpsaustralia.com
 
Psst! World Championship Whispers

 Lot's of email has been coming to the World RPS offices asking/begging/demanding information about the 2009 World RPS Championship event. Now, we can't completely confirm things at the moment as we have some details to take care of, but all we can say is don't make any plans for November 14 2009, unless they are about getting you on a plane to Toronto...if you know what we mean.

Things are coming together and we will make thing offical just as soon as we can. 

 
Australia Championship Update
Aussie

Play in the 5th Annual 2009 ‘Australian Rock Paper Scissors Championships’ (ARPSC) is coming to a close with only the 2009 Australian Qualifying Round remaining.

AUSTRALIAN Qualifying Round & Australian Open Grand Final.  Sat 01/8/2009.  ‘Fisherman’s Wharf Tavern’, Main Beach, Gold Coast.  PH: 07 5571 0566.
 
Australian Qualifying Round: Player (18 years+ & AUST citizen) registration onsite at venue from 6.00pm - play begins at 7.00pm. Competition and venue entry is free.
 
Limited entries available - first in best dressed.  Players are encouraged to enter a team, themed if desired, or just fly solo
 
Top placegetters from qualifying round join State/Territory/NZ champions in the Main Event / Australian Open Grand Final (9.30pm approx) to decide the overall champion for 2009.

Aussie

 
Please visit web site for full details and to view 2009 State/Territory/NZ champ’s player profiles;
 
www.rpsaustralia.com   OR www.airguitaraustralia.com
 
Along with the wealth of fame & admiration from RPS peers that comes from taking the prestigious title, some great prizes are up for grabs as well including trips to the National Final for State/Territory Champs, &, the major prize of an overseas Trip for one to Toronto, Canada for the Champion to attend and compete in the 8th annual 2009 World RPS Championships & vie for the title & the CA$H prize pool.

 
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