I took a trip to the City of Grevinster, in the Grevinster Province (thats the provincial flag, not the city's flag) above and wanted to show you how it was. Grevinster is a small metropolis of 150,000 along the southeast coast of Calma Domhain.
This afternoon I was in downtown and couldn't figure out what this really loud commotion was so I kept searching around and found out that the two local teams. North Grevinster and Grevinster County, were facing each other in the big game around here. It happens twice a year because of Premier League Scheduling. North put up a good fight but kept making deep defensive mistakes and lost out 3-0 to County.
Grevinster Stadium was built in 1967 and holds 18,000 people. It is owned by the Province but is operated by Grevinster County FC. North Grevinster used to play at a stadium north of town but they felt that it would be more economical to share Grevinster Stadium with County.
I decided to drive out of town and explore the mountains outside of town and came across an interesting site, known as Richmond Cliffs, lets just say I decided I wouldn't find out how far the drop is
On my way back I came across a few switchbacks I later found out are part of Rally Calma Domhain. Specificallly the "Richmond Special Stage."
But then I came across a gravel road, which I had yet to see, while heading back up the windy roads and drove onto something that I couldn't figure out what it was, but then there was a man who informed me that it was a rallycross track, a professional one which hosts professional racing And then flying around a corner came Riley Luke who i had a nice chat with over racing, his father and alot of other stuff which was good. Luke, of course, is the son of six time Calman Touring Car Champion Joel Luke, and Grandson of the owner of that team, John Luke. Rumor have the youngest Luke running part time in the CTCC along with his father next year at the age of 17, a rather typical age in Calman motorsports seeing as you can get your license at 14 if you meet all the regulations. Luke has been winning Calman Rallycross races since he was 13, mostly behind the wheel of a Challis Mion (a bit ironic since Luke Autosports races CAG models). As a comparison, CAG.v.Challis is like Ford.v.Holden in Australia.
Then I figured i'd head back into town and I came across alot of people standing around (1,000-1,500) a baseball field, so I got out and asked someone and they said that it was the Huntsferry Knights practice, who moved midseason from Davis Park. Now you may or may not know but the Knights are one of the top teams in the STSL, making the playoffs as the best team in the Erica Byrnes League with an 18-6 record (second best behind the Linktoria City Fire in the league) 3 whole games clear of the Davis Park Irish Ladies.
The Headquarters of Grocer giant Groseair.
Home of the CBL Southeast Ballers, CHA League 1 Grevinster Sharks and BBOC Premier Division East Coast Chargers, its Provincial Arena.
Heading back West on Richmond Ave., we pass the Knight's home Stadium, Ware's Stadium, sponsored by Ware's Corner Shops.
Then at Schools Street, we turn south and pass GCHS, Grevinster City High School, home of the Titans, who play at Titan Stadium... btw, free presidential/royal car for the first person that can tell me what street is photoshopped
Going back to Football... Training grounds of Grevinster County FC of the O'Briens Premier League.
And as usual, city/downtown/region shot