Ancients Competition 2004

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Ancients Competition 2004

The first semi-final game was won by Brett, using an Alexandrian Imperial army, against Philip with New Kingdom Egyptians. Paul won the other semi-final using a Lysimachid army, beating Andrew's Palmyrans.
In the finals, Brett used an Early Samurai army with Emishi allies to beat Paul's Lysimachids.


Brett Alexandrian Macedonian 10 0 Paul New Kingdom Egyptian
Andrew Han Chinese 10 0 Brett Medieval German
Paul New Kingdom Egyptian 9 1 Philip Mithridatic
Paul Bactrian Greek 7 3 Brett Medieval German
Philip Mithridatic 9 1 Paul New Kingdom Egyptian
Kendall Early Samurai 10 0 Philip Mithridatic
Andrew Han Chinese 10 0 Brett Medieval German
Brett Medieval German 10 0 Kelly French Ordinance
Philip Kushite Egyptian 9 1 Brett Medieval German
Andrew Han Chinese 10 0 Al Spartans
Brett Carthaginians 10 0 Jono Later Achaemenid Persians
Andrew Han Chinese 10 0 John Later Samurai
Philip Kushite Egyptians 10 0 Al Spartans
Philip Mithridatic 9 1 Jono Lydian
Andrew Han Chinese 9 1 Paul Burgundian
Paul Burgundian 10 0 Andrew Han Chinese
Brett Alexandrian Macedonian 10 0 Lee Han Chinese

Average scores (divided by a minimum of 4 games):

No. of
Andrew 49 5 7.80
Philip 38 6 6.33




Paul 28 6 4.67
Kendall 10 1 2.50
Jono 1 2 0.25
Al 0 2 0.00
Lee 0 1 0.00
Kelly 0 1 0.00

Competition rules:
1. All games must be between club members, but need not be played at the club hall.
2. Results must be reported by the end of the last club meeting in December.
3. A maximum of two games against the same opponent is allowed.
4. Players with the four highest average scores will play in the semi-finals; 1st v 4th, 2nd v 3rd.
5. The winners of the semi-finals will then play in the finals, to be completed before the 2005 AGM.
6. Average scores for qualifying in the semi-finals will be calculated by dividing the total points scored by either the number of games played or four, whichever is greater, i.e. total points are still divided by four even if fewer games have been played.

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