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3rd annual US to UK Tour Patch for May Mayhem Games in 1991

This patch was produced for the 3rd US to UK trip for the May 1991 Mayhem Games. RJ pointed this patch out because of it’s relevance to the Kevin Donaldson/Jim Anderson interview I’ll be posting shortly as well as some of the the Muff’s photos that were shared recently.

3rd US to UK trip for the May 1991 Mayhem Games Patch. I'm not sure who the original owner of this patch was, it came from mcb.
3rd US to UK trip for the May 1991 Mayhem Games Patch. I’m not sure who the original owner of this patch was, it came from mcb.

RJ thinks that 1991 was the first year that the Americans were allowed to compete in the Mayhem Masters.  He ads on facebook:
“Can’t say sure want year that Americans could play in British Mayhem games, were we’re only allowed to Marshall in 89/90, as I quit the sport in 90 and did not keep up.”

And Kevin Donaldson of the Master Blasters Paintball Team describes he and Jim Anderson’s team, “Bo Peep and his Flock of Sheep” as one of the first teams to compete from the US in the UK so I would imagine Bo Peep played the Mayhem masters in 1991 along with the Muffs.

Anyone who might know, please correctly me if I’m wrong about 1991 being the first year that Americans were allowed to compete and whether Bo Peep and the Sheep participating in 1991.

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