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Push of Pike 2004

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Push of Pike 2004
Renaissance Wargaming Tournament

The first annual Push of Pike tournament was held at the North Shore Wargames Club on the weekend of 4-5 September 2004. Here are some pictures of the event, and the details of all the games.

French vs Austrians
French v Austrians

Venetians vs Danes
Venetians v Danes

Final Results

1. Danny Wrigley (Eastern Imperial German Catholic 1632-1635)  439 points
2. Brett Preston-Thomas (Muslim Indian 1499)   227 points
3. Stuart Todd (Royal French 1659)   225 points
4. Philip Abela (Knights of St John 1565)   225 points
5. Richard Foster (Early Danish 1587)   223 points
6. Kelly Gay (Ottoman Turk 1494-1594)   223 points
7. John Way (Austrian Imperial 1556-1609)   217 points
8. Jono Wrait (Parliamentarian 1643)  111 points
9. Kendall Blue (Japanese 1542-1614)   109 points
10. Dave Billinghurst (Venetian Italian 1606-1617)   1 points

Round One
Stu (French)   110 - 0   John (Austrians) 
Danny (Germans)    110 - 0   Dave (Venetians)
Richard (Danes)   109 - 1   Jono (Parliamentarian)
Philip (Knights)    110 - 0   Kelly (Turks)
Brett  (Indians)  110 - 0   Kendall (Japanese)

Round Two
Danny (Germans)   110 - 0   Stu (French) 
Philip (Knights)   109 - 1   Brett (Indians)
Richard (Danes)   110 - 0   Dave (Venetians)
John (Austrians)   110 - 0   Jono (Parliamentarian)
Kelly (Turks)   110 - 0   Kendall (Japanese) 

Round Three
Danny (Germans)   109 - 1   Philip (Knights)
Brett (Indians)   6 - 4   Richard (Danes)
John (Austrians)   107 - 3   Kelly (Turks) 
Stu (French)   110 - 0   Jono (Parliamentarians)
Kendall (Japanese)   109 - 1   Dave (Venetians)

Round Four
Danny (Germans)   110 - 0   Richard (Danes)
Philip (Knights)   5 - 5   Stu (French) 
Brett (Indians)   110 - 0   John (Austrians)
Kelly (Turks)   110 - 0   Dave (Venetians)
Jono (Parliamentarians)   110 - 0   Kendall (Japanese)

Date: 4-5 September 2004
Venue: North Shore Wargames Club, Castor Bay Scout Hall, Richards Avenue, Forrest Hill, North Shore, Auckland.
Competition Rules - DBR rules, version 2. 15mm scale.
Table size 6 x 4 feet.
The tournament has two four-hour rounds per day, beginning at 9:00am.
The draw uses the Swiss chess system.
Victory points as per page 24 of the rules, plus 100 points for breaking the opponent's army without being broken yourself.
Army Lists: Armies of 400AP, any lists from Books 1, 2, or 3.
Alternative army lists - You can bring alternative army lists, even other armies, to the competition. With your opponent's agreement you can use one of your alternatives, otherwise just use your standard competition army. I won't be checking any of the alternative lists, so as a courtesy to your opponent you should show him the list after the game.

Austrian Imperial Grenzer, sniping from cover
Austrian Imperial Grenzer

Knights of St John
Knights of St John

Parliamentarians vs French
Parliamentarians vs French

Turkish Janissaries and artillery
Turkish Janissaries and artillery

Turkish cavalry and Japanese musketeers
Turkish cavalry and Japanese musketeers


Pictures and results of other PoPs
2004 Open list competition
2005 ECW and TYW
2006 Early Wars
2007 Armies of Africa and Asia
2008 The Wars of Religion
2009 The Turkish Wars
2010 Open list competition
2011 ECW and TYW
2012 Armies 1650-1700
2013 European armies 1540-1600
2014 Non-European armies 1494-1700
2015 Armies and Enemies of Charles V 1516-1556
2016 ECW and TYW


This page last updated 30 December 2015

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