Fantasy World Cup Draw

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Last night in the crowded Red Lion the draw was made to allocate teams to everyone who had entered the competition.

Draw 1

Adjudicators from tarvinonline.org made sure that the draw was fair and not influenced by alcohol! Picture shows Arnie Tarvinonline co-editor and his friend Ron

 

 

 

The picture on the right shows:

Draw2

Red Lion Landlady Gill who performed the difficult task of picking names and numbers, Phil co-editor Tarvinonline and responsible for creating the Fantasy World Cup, and Phil Lowndes as Master of Ceremonies!

 

 

Two teams were allocated to each number and the full draw is as follows:

1. Uruguay and Honduras 2. Spain and Japan
3. Belgium and Ivory Coast 4. Italy and Russia
5. Holland and Australia 6. Portugal and Mexico
7. Switzerland and Iran 8.Argentina and Costa Rica
9. Columbia and Croatia 10. USA and S Korea
11. Germany and Ecuador 12. England and France
13. Brazil and Cameroon 14. Bosnia/Herz and Algeria
15. Chile and Nigeria 16. Greece and Ghana

Many thanks for your support from everyone at Tarvinonline, and The Red Lion

Good Luck

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