This week’s Kubb Match Monday (#KubbMatchMonday) episode comes from Thüringen, a region which is very proud of their sausages in the heart of Germany. In the middle of the kubb season, Paradies Kubb Jena organizes a tournament with sweet green liquids, formerly known as Pfeffi (a pendant to Berliner Luft), and lots of sunshine. Today we’re looking at the semi-final match. Ein Thor kommt selten allein (A Thor (family name) rarely comes alone) a girls team with support of Hägar Schindhard plays against NDH or PKJ – Hauptsache Italien, a team which refers to a funny quote of the famous German soccer player, Andi Möller. Also, NDH is short for the Kubbfreunde Durstiges Holz Berlin e.V. and PKJ is Paradies Kubb Jena. #kubbunites

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Ein Thor kommt selten allein vs. NDH or PKJ – Hauptsache Italien

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