JAPANESE TEAM WINS OZ RULES TOURNEY!
The all-Japanese team, the Samurais, have become the first Japanese-based team to win an international
Australian Rules Football tournament. In front of an awestruck international gathering, they showed silky smooth skills and
overcame a tough draw to remain undefeated in the face of competition from Indonesia, Australia, Ireland and even their local
rivals the Tokyo Goannas. Click here for more...
By Gareth Jones Vice President, Tokyo Goannas
The BFCMastersTSD football team bombed
at the Sapporo/Guinness 4X4 tournament recently, going out in the first round. However, the BFC team more than made up for
this by winning the title! Go to www.bfctokyo.com for the full report.
TSD was at the recent England v Japan
game in Manchester - photos and a report to follow...
On the more social side, on the 25th May the Meguro Tavern /TSD Yard of Ale Challenge was won by Jarmo Kauhanen of Finland. He downed the 3-pinter in 2mins. 39secs, 20 seconds faster
than Tavern barman Takeshi. See you there!
on Cricket from the Wombats - see the Directory.
Surfin' Mexico Way with John Buckley: see Archive & TSD Issue 5.
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TSD NEWS! A
new place to watch Sports in Shinjuku! The TAZ MAHAL Indian Restaurant has opened in Nishi Shinjku. As well as really great
food - the lunchtime buffet is as good as they come - The Taz shows live sport. Tel: 3343 1718. Also,
the manager used to play football for India! Check it out.
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