This belt favour was earned by the participants of the winning team of the Bellhollow Brawl, held for the first time at the barony's 2016 Spring midreign. The objective of the game was to compete as a park versus other parks in a large-scale mutual annihilation. The winners for that year were the players representing Lichwood Grove in Kitchener, Ontario.
This orange macramé belt was converted from an archer sash. Attached is the traditional apprentice belt favour featuring the class colour trimmed in silver. A personal touch includes three needle-felted images at the end of the belt. The first is a bow and arrow that represents the path of the apprentice. The second is Sir Admiral Anne Cash's personal heraldry. The third represents the apprentice's goal.