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Club meeting 27 December 2020
The club finished the year with a quiet meeting and we played three games. Our first meeting of 2021 is on 10 January and we'll be holding the Kings of Shore KOW tournament then. The club will also be open for regular games for anyone not playing in the tournament.
French Old Guard assaulting a Hanoverian strongpoint. The Guard will take the town and sweep away the supporting Brunswickers.
An impressive line of Soviet heavy metal, but what's that, StuGs on the flank?
Club meeting 13 December 2020
KOW - Alan and Philip had three Kings of War games using 1250 point armies getting in some practice for Kings of Shore.
FOG-N - Brett (Neapolitan 1815) played Kendall (Wurttembergers)
Corbon (Russians) played Mike (Turks)
Club meeting 29 November 2020
Songs of Drums and Shakos - Kendall and Philip played a 15mm Napoleonics skirmish game with Russians and Saxons
FOG-N - Brett (French 1800) played Mike (French 1808)
FOW - Ben (Germans) played Kit (Soviets)
Club meeting 22 November 2020
FOG-N - Mike (French 1808) played Philip (German Confederation 1814)
Andrew (Russian cavalry corps) played Corbon (early Russian infantry corps)
Flames of War - Kendall (DAK) played Kit (8th Army)
Kings of War - Two games between Brett (Empire of Dust) played Rob (Northern Alliance) with one win each.
Napoleonic Naval - Kendall and Kit finished the day trying out a new Napoleonic naval game.
And finally, a reminder that we have another meeting next week being the fifth Sunday of the month.
Club meeting 8 November 2020
FOG-N - Mike (Turks) played Rob (Turks), yes a Turkish civil war with a lot of figures on table!
DBMM 25mm - David (Early Imperial Romans) played Philip (Philistines)
Kings of War - Brett (Empire of Dust) played Grant (Kingdoms of Men). Brett's army was a classical Greek themed list, and Grant's army was barbarians with a friendly woolly mammoth.
Club meeting 25 October 2020
FOGN - Alan (1815 French) played Brett (1799 Austrians)
Mike (Saxons) played Stu (Mameluks)
Franco-Prussian War - Andrew played Bruce in a 15mm Franco-Prussian game.
Heavy Metal Con 24-25 October 2020
Congratulations to Al the Spartan for winning the bronze medal in this 25mm DBMM tournament. Several others of us from the club also attended, but with no medals to show off. Thanks to Ivan and the Pukekohe club for hosting the event.
Club meeting 11 October 2020
A rather quiet meeting today with our Flames of War players away at FlamesCon. We still had four games though:
FOG-N - Al (Peninsular British) played Mike H (French Army of the North 1808)
Brett (Austrians in Germany 1799) played Philip A (French Army of the Orient 1799)
Corbon (Russians) played Mike B (French 1815)
DBA 15mm - David (Anglo-Normans) played Phil B (Greeks)
Club meeting 27 September 2020
We had a regular club meeting alongside the second day of POP. There were a couple of Flames of War games between Ben's Germans and Kit's US forces. Al (British 1811) played Shaun (French Corps d'observation 1808) played a FOG-N game.
Push of Pike 26-27 September 2020
Congratulations to Rob for winning our annual renaissance tournament Push of Pike. Mike took second place using Koreans, and the Benny/Brown alliance were third using Persians. Attendance was a little less than we would usually expect, but there were still ten participants over the weekend.
Club meeting 13 September 2020
Today's meeting was held in two sessions to keep within attendance limits.
Kings of War - Alan (Brothermark) played Brett (Empire of Dust)
FOGN 500 - Corbon (Piedmontese) played Shaun (Austrian)
FOGN - Mike H (Spanish 1795) played Philip (French 1795)
Irregular Wars - Grant played Rob
FOGN - Andrew played Mike B
FOGN500 - Corbon played Stephen
Flames of War - Ben played Kit
Club meeting 9 August 2020
Irregular Wars - Grant and Philip had a couple of IW games in 25mm using Japanese and Tudor English armies. Two-nil to the Japanese.
FOGN - Corbon (Piedmontese) played Mike B (French)
Andrew (Russians) played Mike H (Turks)
FOGN 500 - Brett (1792 French) played twice against Shaun (Austrians)
Flames of War - Kit (Romanians) played Ray (DAK)
Ben (Germans) played Kit (Soviets)
Brent (British) played Lee (Soviets)
Call to Arms 8-9 August 2020
Call to Arms is an annual tournament held in Wellington. There were a couple of NSWC players there this year; Rob playing Saga using Vikings, and Al using Tudor English in DBMM. Congratulations to Al in winning the silver medal!
Club meeting 26 July 2020
Mike's newly painted French army of Blue Moon and AB figures
Kings of War - Alan (Brothermark) played Philip (Nightstalkers)
Brett (Empire of Dust) played Philip (Nightstalkers)
Vanguard - Greg (Northmen) played Simon (Elves)
Saga - Alan (Anglo-Danes) played Rob (Vikings)
FOGN - Andrew (Wallmoden's Corps) played Grant (French 1813)
Mike B (French) played Mike H (Saxons)
Brett (Austrians) played Corbon (Piedmontese)
Al (British) played Shaun (Austrians)
Club meeting 12 July 2020
Kings of War - Brett's new skeleton Greeks (Empire of Dust) played a couple of games against Alan (Brothermark) and Kit (Orcs).
Irregular Wars - We had several renaissance games using the second edition of Irregular Wars: Conflict at the World's End.
FOGN - Andrew (French 1815) played Kendall (Prussian Guard 1815)
Corbon (Piedmontese) played Mike (Saxons)
Al (British) played Mike (Saxons)
Crossfire - Bruce played Phil (Allies v Japanese)
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