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Back to basics

Hey guys Sam here, apologies if the post is short, new job taking most of my time this week.

So last weekend Six Up Save hosted their second tournament with the help of Andy from Worcester Wargames. The day was a lot of fun and thank you all for attending. We enjoy running these events and hope to do a lot more in the future. Everyone who attended was friendly and brought with them a real sporting attitude towards the day which made it a pleasure to run.

So onto the scores, on the day I announced first second and third places, here is the results table.

Big congratulations to Scott, Pete and Jack for winning the tournament. Eldar, tyranids and orks in the top three :)
Commiserations to Paul for winning the spoon. (He wanted it really)

The painting competition is also a big highlight for any event that we run, it is always impressive what some people can do with this hobby and people really brought their A game.

Here are some of the pictures of the entries.





























Some famtastic effort into each and every entry! It makes an event so much better to see every army so lovingly painted. 

Here are the winners of the painting competitions.


Winner of individual model Dave
Winner of vehicle Richard from the Celestial Forge
Winner of squad Bruce from Six Up Save

I did manage to get some pictures of the games, here are the ones that my camera did not ruin :).













The spoon off



The battle for first place took part over three tables.

Nids vs necrons

Dark eldar vs orks for a nailbiting draw


Eldar vs grey knights


I hope that you all enjoyed the day as much as I did and I look forward to see you at our next tournament, this time I am luckily taking part. :) Keep an eye on the blog and facebook for updates about when and what we are running in the summer. Bring your friends and hopefully next time we can have even more people attend. 

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