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Old 07 November 2017, 23:37   #1
Graham Humphrey
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EAB/Lemon Super League 2018: Out with the old, in with the new...

...and by 'old', I mean me.

Yes folks, after an entire decade of overseeing and helping to run the competition from the blank canvas of setting up a joint league between two separate websites, to the unstoppable juggernaut it is today (ahem), I've decided now is the right time for me to take a step away from being so heavily involved in proceedings and use some of that time and energy to actually enjoy taking part as a proper competitor and everything.

But don't fret! Oh, you weren't. Well at least pretend...

The 'new', however, is 2017 champion and supreme Amiga games overlord... john4p! Yes, we decided that with his obvious gamesplaying skill, knowledge and sharp attention to detail, John was a great fit for taking over my role in keeping the competition running (more) smoothly (than I was managing).

This officially kicks in for the 2018 season as I'm taking care of the end of this year (including the Knockout), but we're already getting him well involved in the private mods discussions, although we haven't yet got round to telling him about the initiation ceremony where he has to sit tied to a creaky old chair, with one foot a bowl of custard playing Dangerous Streets on the CD32, whilst singing It's Raining Men backwards in Swahili. I trust he won't reconsider.

So please welcome him aboard the Super League Moderation Train whilst I wake up just in time to check I have my belongings and hop off at my stop. I'm sure he'll do a top job in keeping things ticking over.

Before I sign off, though, I'd just like to thank my fellow mods Dan and Mike (and founder Lemon moderator Biscuit) for their hard work and enthusiasm through the years to keep things going, as well as, of course, all of you lot for playing, voting, giving us your ideas, pushing games to limits surely not imagined by anybody and basically giving us a competition to run. You've all been wonderful. (Well, almost all, anyway.)
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