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Guildford Tchoukball Club (formally FAST Tchoukball Club) are a tchoukball club based in the South East of England. It was formed in 2009 by ex Liphook Tchoukball Club, ex university and other local players from the surrounding area.

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Guildford Tchoukball Club (formally FAST Tchoukball Club) are a tchoukball club based in the South East of England. It was formed in 2009 by ex Liphook Tchoukball Club, ex university and other local players from the surrounding area.

Since 2010, they rebranded as Guildford Tchoukball Club and called their team Guildford Inferno. They used 'fire' as their influence for the team name following the same pattern set by the Guildford Flames ice hockey team and the Guildford Heat basketball team.

In 2013, Guildford took a hard hit by being knocked out of the top three for the Tchoukball UK National League, the first time since the club was founded back in 2009.

2014 was equally as challenging with other teams around the UK improving their game. Although not making the National League finals, Guildford put everything in to the Andrews Cup and walked away the winners, putting gold back onto the Guildford mantelpiece!

Mack Hofberg, Guildford's youngest player commented: "The final, for Guildford, marked some of the most mature and confident tchoukball we've played in a few seasons. Often we're victims to our own heads as was apparent in our semi final. To have played some of our top tchoukball in the final, and win comfortably over a team who'd given very difficult times earlier in the season was a great moment."

With the taste of gold once again, Guildford are now looking forward to the 2014/2015 season with the goal of getting more silverware, and above all, their place back in the Tchoukball UK National League final!