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Fatal Swoop Team Patch from William Kapes

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William Kapes sent me a photo of his Fatal Swoop patch. 

Fatal Swoop was a major competitor in the Great Western Series and also played NPPL throughout the 90s.

William worked for Carter Machine and although he didn’t play for Fatal Swoop he knew them from working at Fields of Fury. 

Here is a good 1990s site with a lot of information on Fatal Swoop. 

http://www.reocities.com/Hollywood/Boulevard/1289/

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