Big Mesnuk Game Tonight

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Hi Everyone,

We’re into an exciting time of year; “It’s the Rallies” and our Kinkorx Horned Hares are struggling.

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Mystical Creatures In The Enchanted Wet Lands Near Kvyutt

Tonight they’re facing the very powerful Kvyutt Traveler’s—from the wet lands. The Travelers have several Sesla Championships to their credit and are very strong right now, having won their last five games.

This will be a very tough game for the Horned Hares. The Hares lost the last two games and must turn things around quickly to remain in “It’s the Rallies”.

As we all know, a team’s winning percentage is irrelevant in “The Set of Game’s”—every team advances. If a team’s winning percentage falls below fifty percent they’re out of, “It’s the Rallies”.

Those athletes are in top physical strength and endurance to play professional mesnuk. The field is equivalent to 460 of your feet long and 380 of your feet wide. They must place the, 18 and ¼ pound, acute triangular, sludder, into the 36 inch diameter round by 48 inch high, kloxyn; sounds easy enough—right? In mesnuk there are no pads—never have been, never will be; the game is brutal.

The Mesnuk Stadium Downtown in Kinkorx

The Mesnuk Stadium Downtown in Kinkorx Home of the Kinkorx Horned Hares

I spoke with Jeqrix Grexenn, the owner of the Hares after a devastating loss about his team’s chances in “It’s the Rallies”. Here’s what he had to say. Mr. Grexenn, “I believe we are in better shape and more determined than our opponents. As you know J.A., it takes more than a huge payroll to be a championship team. It takes hard work and dedication. I believe we’ll continue to advance in the rallies this season. We’ll put this loss behind us and keep moving ahead.”

I asked, “Do you think the Guytic City Fighting Tobacco Farmers and their owner, Xuro Qashlet, will be the next Sesla champs?”

Mr. Grexenn chuckled. “Mr. Qashlet has bought a very good team with all his Myluxs—he’s a billionaire after all. The Tobaccos are doing very well in the Rallies—as always. We’ll have to see which team wins the title; It’s anyone’s guess right now. We’re in it to take the title as well. Nice to talk with you again J.A.; let’s have lunch at Grexenn Park and talk more .”

Grexenn Park Landscape View

Beautiful Grexenn Park Landscape View

J.A., “Let’s do that—soon. Thank you Mr. Grexenn.”

That was my brief interview with Jeqrix Grexenn, the owner of the Kinkorx Horned Hares. We crossed paths briefly in the locker room of the Hares in The Mesnuk Stadium Downtown days ago after a game that the Hares lost to the Wyluxx City Generals.

In that game, the Generals came from behind in a late game rally to defeat the Hares; the loss was a heart breaker.

Beautiful Sesla Desert Landscape at Grexenn Park

Beautiful Sesla Desert Landscape at Grexenn Park

Tonight’s game against the Kvyutt Traveler’s is here in The Mesnuk Stadium Downtown. I’m co-announcing it with Derrix Weyd, Kinkorx TV Sports Anchor. Derrix is the official voice of the Kinkorx Horned Hares.

It should be an exciting game and a must win for both teams. I’ll keep you informed as the rallies progress.

Thanks for tuning in. I’m J.A. Ireland.

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Kinkorx Horned Hares Chasing Another Mesnuk Championship

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Greetings from Sesla,

Cloudy sky Over Kinkorx

Cloudy Sky Over Kinkorx

I’m J.A. Ireland. I’m sitting at my desk in beautiful downtown Kinkorx while writing my column for the newspapers. It’s an unusually cloudy day. The Kinkorx TV Weather girl, May Willowman, called for rain later this morning. From the looks of the sky, maybe she’s right. It’s been a while since we’ve had rain in this part of the desert. Everything needs water; our reservoirs are a bit low as well.

My column today is about the Kinkorx Horned Hares. As you may know, I follow our local mesnuk team closely and co-announce  home games regularly. It’s always fun to work with Derrix Weyd, Kinkorx TV Sports Anchor. He’s the official voice of the Kinkorx Horned Hares and announces all their games. Stin Gismurr, Kinkorx TV program director, is always there to insure to the quality of the broadcast.

Now that “The Set of Games” has concluded and we’re in “It’s the Rallies” the Horned Hares are chasing another Sesla Mesnuk Championship.

The Mesnuk Stadium Downtown in Kinkorx

The Mesnuk Stadium Downtown in Kinkorx

Since Jeqrix Grexenn, the desert furniture giant, purchased the team several years ago, the hares are vastly improved. They’ve even won a Sesla Championship. What a moment that was? I was there and co-announced that game; it was thrilling. In a last minute victory, the hares defeated the Guytic City Fighting Tobacco Farmers. Billionaire owner of the tobaccos, Xuro Qashlet, looked none too happy. His enormous payroll athletes couldn’t overcome the determination of the new, and driven with will-power players for Mr. Grexenn’s team.

Kinkorx Horned Hares Sesla Mesnuk Champions

Kinkorx Horned Hares Sesla Mesnuk Champions

Moments after that game, lines began forming inside the gift ships within the stadium. The Horned Hares memorabilia sold out so fast. I was lucky a friend of mine there stashed a mesnuk cap for me. Now that we’re in “It’s the Rallies” and the hares are in I’m wearing mine everyday to support the team.

One of Hundreds of  Beautiful Wet Lands Waterfall

One of Hundreds of Beautiful Wet Lands Waterfalls

The Hares are traveling to the wet lands and playing the Guytic City Tobacco Farmers, the defending Sesla champs. That game will be brutal—as always. Xuro Qashlet, the billionaire owner, has the highest payroll of any professional mesnuk team on Sesla. His players are the best; they’re big, fast, and strong.

I spoke with Jeqrix Grexenn recently. He’s confident the hares will be triumphant. He admitted in our brief lunch chat, that he misses Zith Fleen. He feels Zith was the most aggressive player he’s ever had on the team. If you’d like to read that story, I’ve written a novel about it. The Kinkorx Horned Hares Slasher details the tragic story.

It’s time to get back to my column. May Willowman was right—it’s raining. The plants and our reservoirs sure need the water. Until we talk again.

May good fortune guide your path,

J.A. Ireland