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Re: Farnborough Shot 2014 - 25mm competition

Posted: Wed Apr 30, 2014 6:00 pm
by TomE
Marc,

Have you concluded on a theme? I would be happy with open and would be looking to choose between Italian wars and latter half of 17th century!

Tom

Re: Farnborough Shot 2014 - 25mm competition

Posted: Wed Apr 30, 2014 6:10 pm
by MarcP
I'm happy to make it open. I suspect that will mean lots of mid-late 17th armies, but an Earlier army would be welcome

Re: Farnborough Shot 2014 - 25mm competition

Posted: Wed Aug 27, 2014 9:43 pm
by MarcP
Can anyone who is interested in this (who has not already contacted me), e-mail m eat

marccpriest AT aol.com

Thanks - Marc

Re: Farnborough Shot 2014 - 25mm competition

Posted: Sat Sep 13, 2014 6:07 pm
by MarcP
List of people booked so far :-

Alan Brown (Franborough)
Oren Taylor (Farnborough)
Lance Flint (Farnborough)
Marc Priest (Farnborough)
Richard Jeffrey-Cook (Farnborough/Guildford)
Ben Jones (Hoping to triumph again)
Tom Elsworth
Michael Shepherd
David Allen
Mark Fry
Ray Boyles

So 11 so far. Still viable - though it may be certificates rather than a plaque :-)

If we get an odd number - I'll watch and heckle - I don't want to have any byes ...

If I've missed anyone please let me know ASAP

Start thinking about your lists :-)

Re: Farnborough Shot 2014 - 25mm competition

Posted: Sun Sep 14, 2014 5:45 pm
by MarcP
Also
Bob Lorton - so that makes five.

Re: Farnborough Shot 2014 - 25mm competition

Posted: Sat Sep 27, 2014 1:03 am
by MarcP
Update on whos coming :-

Alan Brown (Franborough)
Oren Taylor (Farnborough)
Lance Flint (Farnborough)
Marc Priest (Farnborough)
Richard Jeffrey-Cook (Farnborough/Guildford)
Ben Jones (Hoping to triumph again)
Tom Elsworth
Michael Shepherd
David Allen
Mark Fry
Ray Boyles
Bob Lorton
Colin Evans (1st list - good man)

Re: Farnborough Shot 2014 - 25mm competition

Posted: Mon Oct 06, 2014 8:09 pm
by MarcP
Reminder to all, please can I have your army list by the 12th February (Thanks for those I've received)

Re: Farnborough Shot 2014 - 25mm competition

Posted: Wed Oct 08, 2014 8:43 pm
by daveallen
MarcP wrote:Reminder to all, please can I have your army list by the 12th February (Thanks for those I've received)
If you insist :o

but, just in case, I'll try to get it to you in the next few days :wink:

Dave

Re: Farnborough Shot 2014 - 25mm competition

Posted: Thu Oct 09, 2014 6:09 pm
by MarcP
:D Whoops

Re: Farnborough Shot 2014 - 25mm competition

Posted: Fri Oct 10, 2014 8:30 pm
by MarcP
One more :-)

Alan Brown (Franborough)
Oren Taylor (Farnborough)
Lance Flint (Farnborough)
Marc Priest (Farnborough)
Richard Jeffrey-Cook (Farnborough/Guildford)
Neil Seagrave (Farnborough)
Ben Jones (Hoping to triumph again)
Tom Elsworth
Michael Shepherd
David Allen
Mark Fry
Ray Boyles
Bob Lorton
Colin Evans

Re: Farnborough Shot 2014 - 25mm competition

Posted: Tue Oct 14, 2014 7:18 pm
by MarcP
Just waiting for one last list. I'll publish what I have tomorrow anyway ..

Suggest arriving for 9 with a start at 9:15.

Re: Farnborough Shot 2014 - 25mm competition

Posted: Thu Oct 16, 2014 2:00 pm
by MarcP
Runners and Riders. Still missing one list, but I'll publish anyway. 1st round draw will avoid intra club clashes.

Alan Brown (Farnborough) -New Model Army
Oren Taylor (Farnborough) - New Model Army
Lance Flint (Farnborough) - ??????????????
Marc Priest (Farnborough) - Late Russian
Richard Jeffrey-Cook (Farnborough) - Tlaxcalan
Neil Seagrave (Farnborough) - TYW German
Ben Jones (Oxford) - TYW French
Tom Elsworth (Oxford) - Italian Wards French
Michael Shepherd (Berkeley) - TYW French
David Allen (Central London) - Japanese
Mark Fry (Malmesbury) - Late Danish
Ray Boyles (October) Anglo Dutch
Bob Lorton (October) TYW Dutch
Colin Evans TYW German

So 3 "Exotics", 2 Late, 8 TYW/ECW, 1 not declared.

Let me know if I have your list or club wrong.

I'll aim to have tables set up for 9.

Reminder :-
40mm MUs. 6' by 5' tables, so 40/60cm deployment depth. Edge zones will be 1'/30 cm

Initiative player can either choose table edge and deploy first or give opponent choice and deploy second.

Re: Farnborough Shot 2014 - 25mm competition

Posted: Thu Oct 16, 2014 2:44 pm
by quackstheking
MarcP wrote:Runners and Riders. Still missing one list, but I'll publish anyway. 1st round draw will avoid intra club clashes.

Alan Brown (Farnborough) -New Model Army
Oren Taylor (Farnborough) - New Model Army
Lance Flint (Farnborough) - ??????????????
Marc Priest (Farnborough) - Late Russian
Richard Jeffrey-Cook (Farnborough) - Tlaxcalan
Neil Seagrave (Farnborough) - TYW German
Ben Jones (Oxford) - TYW French
Tom Elsworth (Oxford) - Italian Wards French
Michael Shepherd (Berkeley) - TYW French
David Allen (Central London) - Japanese
Mark Fry (Malmesbury) - Late Danish
Ray Boyles (October) Anglo Dutch
Bob Lorton (October) TYW Dutch
Colin Evans TYW German

So 3 "Exotics", 2 Late, 8 TYW/ECW, 1 not declared.

Let me know if I have your list or club wrong.

I'll aim to have tables set up for 9.

Reminder :-
40mm MUs. 6' by 5' tables, so 40/60cm deployment depth. Edge zones will be 1'/30 cm

Initiative player can either choose table edge and deploy first or give opponent choice and deploy second.
Has to the first time I've ever heard Dave Allen and Richard J-C described as "Exotic"! Dancing anyone? :)

Don

Re: Farnborough Shot 2014 - 25mm competition

Posted: Fri Oct 17, 2014 9:04 am
by RonanTheLibrarian
Are you the same Farnborough group that puts on "Valhalla" every June? I only ask as I can't find anything about this competition on the FWGS website, and I would be interested in entering next year, as I only live over in Haslemere (I'm not a prospective member unfortunately, as Friday evening and Sunday are non-starters for me).

Re: Farnborough Shot 2014 - 25mm competition

Posted: Fri Oct 17, 2014 7:35 pm
by MarcP
Yes that is us. . Problem is the Web Site moderator has gone AWOL..

If you're free you could always sign up this year (I'll sit out in that case)

Re: Farnborough Shot 2014 - 25mm competition

Posted: Fri Oct 17, 2014 7:53 pm
by MarcP
All lists in

Provisional Draw :-

Alan Brown (Farnborough) -New Model Army vs Bob Lorton (October) TYW Dutch
Oren Taylor (Farnborough) - New Model Army vs Mark Fry (Malmesbury) - Late Danish
Lance Flint (Farnborough) - Swiss vs Tom Elsworth (Oxford) - Italian Wars French
Marc Priest (Farnborough) - Late Russian vs Ray Boyles (October) Anglo Dutch
Richard Jeffrey-Cook (Farnborough) - Tlaxcalan vs David Allen (Central London) - Japanese
Neil Seagrave (Farnborough) - TYW German vs Michael Shepherd (Berkeley) - TYW French
Ben Jones (Oxford) - TYW French vs Colin Evans TYW German

Let me know if anyone has a major objection to this :-)

Re: Farnborough Shot 2014 - 25mm competition

Posted: Fri Oct 17, 2014 10:17 pm
by RonanTheLibrarian
Marc - That's very kind of you, but I'm afraid I have prior commitments this weekend. I notice your comp is 25/28mm, rather than the more commonplace 15mm, and tends towards the Wars of Religion/Duty & Glory lists - is that usual with your group? If so, I would be looking at something along the D&G line.

Re: Farnborough Shot 2014 - 25mm competition

Posted: Sat Oct 18, 2014 8:55 am
by MarcP
Ronan,
I've sent you a PM. We meet on Fridays at the Elles hall - we've got a few FOG players with a mix of 25mm and 15mm armies

Re: Farnborough Shot 2014 - 25mm competition

Posted: Sun Oct 19, 2014 7:17 pm
by MarcP
Results for the day

1st - Ben Cross - 72 points
2nd - Ray Boyles - 47 points
3rd - Alan Brown - 43 points
4th - Michael Shepherd - 38 points
5th - Lance Flint - 35 points
6th - Dave Allen - 34 points
7th - Neil Seagrave/Marc Priest 32 points
8th - Tom Ellsworth 31 points
9th - Colin Evans 27 points
10th - Mark Frey 25 points
11th - Bob Lorton 18 points
12th - Richard Jeffrey Cook 15 points

Congratulations to Ben for his second win :-)

Re: Farnborough Shot 2014 - 25mm competition

Posted: Mon Oct 20, 2014 7:07 am
by benjones1211
Thanks to Marc for a great day. Actually its Ben Jones, not Ben Cross, don't think I was cross all weekend. My apologies go to Lance who I fought in the last game. who met some of the best dice throwing I have ever done, and his Swiss just didn't know what hit them.