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 Post subject: Barbarians at the gate: Galatians win DBMM at ValleyCon!
PostPosted: Wed Jan 22, 2020 9:56 pm 
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Great big congratulations to Andrew Bennetts who won the DBMM competition at ValleyCon using Galatians. Eighteen people played.

Benny scored 86/100, with Gary Lewis (Post Mongol Japanese) second, 64 points, and Phil Gates (Mithridatic) third 58 points. Bruce Ferguson (Later Swiss) won the prize for killing most generals and I, using Later Polish, won the prize for looting most baggage.

Full results and lots more posts from ValleyCon including a short video are on the DBMM New Zealand Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/824840264342234/ and copied onto our blog https://dbmmnewzealand.blogspot.com/

There is also a preview of the teams competition coming up at Easter and 72nd scale figures for sale.

Thank you so much to the Hutt Valley Wargaming Club for organising the weekend and to Allen Yaxley for running the DBMM competition. There must have been about 120 people playing various periods.

A special thank you to Kapiti Hobbies for providing the prizes. Check out their store, it is at the Paraparaumu Beach Pharmacy (Scott Bowman has a side-line as the pharmacist), and website https://www.kapitihobbies.com/

Best regards
Vince


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