You fail dismally...
Finally, six or seven weeks after the event, I am finally posting some pics of the WMMS show held on 13th March at the Aldersley Leisure Centre near Wolverhampton, West Midlands, England, UK, Europe, The World, etc.
I can confidently remember the fact that I had a good day, spent too much and stood outside for a short while due to the obligatory fire alarm activation - three years on the bounce!!!
Enjoy the pics!
|Our "Battle of Canny, c.1476" game in full, troops all laid out ready to go.|
|The Burgundian right flank|
|The Drum tavern was strangely quiet...|
|Part of Sir John Middleton's command.|
|The Comte de Romont led the Burgundian right flank battle.|
|Troublesome Lorrainers, who danced back and forth failing command rolls most of the day whilst Daughter Eleanor thrashed her uncle to their right.|
|"Why are we wasting our time firing at skirmishers?" queried young Jean.|
|Nephew Nick's Italians actually stayed on the table this time.|
|"Erm, shouldn't we move the fence?" queried Willy the Walloon.|
|A rather ragged line of crossbowmen.|
|The clash in the village.|
|This game was put on by the Derby club. I think it is part of Blenheim.|
|A game set around the Russian destruction of the German allies around Stalingrad. I do not remember who staged this game.|
|I don't know who did this lovely WW1 game either...|
|Shrewsbury's game with boats, 18th Century again.|