Andy started the annual event in 2006 and, since then, has managed to persuade the English Sports Council to recognise four of the five main egg throwing disciplines as legitimate sports.
The one they don't recognise is Russian Egg Roulette, as I explained - or, as Andy might say, eggsplained - in my previous Huffington Post piece, and this year Andy promises a "better than ever event" with international teams already scrambling to gear up for the big day.
He says: "Last year's champs, the Dutch, return again to take on the World and their old rivals the Germans. The Dutch have just set a new World Record in the Dutch heats of 73.2m. The Germans - this year submitting two teams - have said that they see No problem as their teams are regularly making the catch at 55m in training despite strong cross winds and they say that Any chimp can throw that distance outside competition. They (the Dutch) won't be able to take the heat on the day".
Irish champion Paul Murphy has confirmed that he will also be attending on June 24th to defend his title in Russian Egg Roulette and Joel Hicks (World Gravy Wrestling Champion and Britain's Got Talent contestant) is likely to once again step up to the mark as target in the Throwing with Accuracy challenge.
The Latvians have confirmed they will attend with their trebuchet (a big siege engine catapult to you and me).
On hearing this my chum, mad inventor John Ward felt his patriotic hackles rise in this our glorious Jubilee year and decided to build his own British trebuchet for the event. He told me this morning:
"I am going to go for a hand crafted-looking device, with more than a hint of genuine hand-carved MDF and a lick of varnish. It will be mounted on road wheels and towed behind our car. I am now off to the shed to make a start on the base unit and the towing axle."
For me, the annual World Egg Throwing Championships will dwarf the Olympics in my calendar this summer. It epitomises international sport at its best.
So far there is no news of anyone poaching any other team's players.
All of the money which people shell out will go to charity and Andy Dunlop definitively says: "No chickens will be hurt during the championships".