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The War on Two Fronts

So the North Down Gamer’s Hub up in Northern Ireland has run a couple of ranking tournaments recently for both Warhammer 40,000 and WHFB. We decided to catch up with Tom O’Reilly from Unite All Action to see what makes the North Down Gamers tick. Below we’ve included a few shots from last weekend’s tournament as well where Chris Britton (Warheads) grabbed first place and David McHugh (Warheads) nabbed third with their Grey Knights and Orks respectively.

3rd Place David ‘Jiggy’ McHugh (on the right) with Team Northern Ireland Captain Jonny Fisher (left).



Tournament winner Chris’ Grey Knights dominated the day.

A.J., Y U SO SLEEPY?


We caught up with tournament organiser and NDGH member Tom O’Reilly for a few questions after the event and interspersed it with some pretty pictures:

War Altar: Hi Tom, hope you’re not too exhausted after the weekend?

Tom O’Reilly: No still plenty of energy 😉

WA: This is the 2nd ranking event you (The North Down Gamer’s Hub) have run this year, will we be seeing more in the future?


TO’R: I think for us we are still trying to find our feet, but yes we hope to do regular events on a monthly basis.

#David Attenborough voice: “The…wild Ork stalks a Rhino as its prey. A feast of this magnitude will surely get his Ork mistress off his back for at least an hour and a half.”


WA: This was a real club effort to get these events off the ground but some good advertising and smoothly run events seem to draw a returning crowd, what made your club want to get into running ranking events?

TO’R: Well that’s just that were not a gaming club as such, it’s mainly just a couple of guys that were inspired by other local events that we attended. And we thought we could do something very similar, and for me it was just an extension of my hobby.


The nibbles


WA: Once you start hitting numbers are the events going to become more than just one day or are one-day events what make running tournaments so plausible in quick succession?

TO’R: Ultimately you have to get the feeling on what gamers want, that’s first and foremost so 2 day tournaments is probably the way we will go at some stage, but like anything you can not take it for granted that you will be guaranteed to get people back.

North Down’s Michael Brough, a tough opponent with a great eye for painting. You may remember the name from his Sisters of Battle taking on my Imperial Guard way back during Round 1 of Q-Con last year.
 The trophies 

WA: Thanks for taking the time to talk with us Tom and congratulations on another well run event.
TO’R: That’s not a problem and we would like to take the opportunity to thank everyone that has made it so worthwhile to date, we certainly do the easy bit by organising the day to be as much fun as physically possible. But it’s the gamers out there locally that really do make it so worthwhile when you see them travelling as far as Dublin and Derry, to have a good day out, meeting new people and rolling some dice, after all that’s the number one rule; it’s all about having fun. So once again a big thank you to everyone.


“Hey can you guys tell me what way to the objective?”

 “Over there!”

Congratulations to Recent Warheads addition Pat came 5th with his Tyranids!



That’s all for this time folks thanks again to Tom for the brief interview and the photos and congratulations once again to everyone who attended especially tournament winner Chris (Warheads), 2nd place Jonny (NW) and 3rd place David (Warheads). Do take the time to visit the NDGH’s Facebook page and, if you haven’t already, the War Altar’s Facebook page =D

– Joey



All photos courtesy of NDGH, used with permission.

Dominicon 2011 (Final Update)

So, dear players, you left Maynooth just in time. Two hours after your departure, the Dominicon staff wandered off to celebrate. Whereupon an unprecendented power cut plunged all of Maynooth Village into darkness. Our convention ended, medieval style, as we all gathered in a darkened alehouse to drink and relax after a weekend of hard labour.

I’d like to thank Gamer’s World, Brian McKenzie, Richard Flood, Tristram Hills and Barra Mac Niochaill for the terrain. I’d alaso like to thank Barnard Kroon for his stellar work behind the podium. And all our players for making the trip to our neck of the woods.

And the final standings for both 40k and Fantasy. The bolded score is the player’s final score, it is preceded by battlepoints, painting and submission scores and followed by their victory point tally.

Fantasy Final Standings
1. Kevin Rothwell [VC] (77+20+10) 107 (6600)
2. James Fitzsimons [VC] (72+20+10) 102 (5218)
3. Ivan McGowan [LZD] (61+20+10) 91 (1962)
4. Malcolm Cooney [LZD] (58+20+10) 88 (1273)
5. Richard Morrison [DE] (56+20+10) 86 (346)
6. Barry Lynch [CD] (55+20+10) 85 (608)
7. Matt Hamill [DoC] (52+20+10) 82 (943)
8. Colin Power [LZD] 50+20+10) 80 (-17)
9. Mick Wendel [OGRE] (50+20+10) 80 (-386)
10. Fergus Finch [HE] (45+20+10) 75 (-641)
11. David Wade [WoC] (37+20+10) 67 (-2160)
12. Phil Connolly [WoC] (32+20+10) 62 (-5080)
13. Chris Mince [WoC] (29+20+10) 59 (-4189)
14. Brian Dolan [LZD] (26+15+10) 51 (-4477)

40K Final Standings
1. Richard Flood [GK] (79+20+10) 109 (2828)
2. Tristram Hills [IG] (67+20+10) 97 (2345)
3. Alec Cornelius [DA] (66+20+10) 96 (1624)
4. Paul Quigley [DE] (65+20+10) 95 (1898)
5. Brian McKenzie [GK] (62+20+10) 92 (510)
6. Mike Tangney [ELD] (69+20+0) 89 (2635)
7. Barra Mac Niochaill [ELD] (57+20+10) 87 (466)
8. Philip Johnston [SW] (56+20+10) 86 (-414)
9. Alan Marshall [DE] (55+20+10) 85 (1399)
10. Dan Ahern [IG] (62+20+0) 82 (2554)
11. Jonny Fisher [GK] (51+20+10) 81 (1466)
12. Cian O’Dowd [IG] (50+20+10) 80 (-1499)
13. Ulick O’Sullivan [SW] (49+20+10) 79 (641)
14. Pearce Condren [BA] (53+15+10) 78 (776)
15. Dale Fisher [[SW] (49+15+10) 74 (1706)
16. Chris Rooney [BA] (48+15+10) 73 (-948)
17. Ryan McMullen [SW] (42+20+10) 72 (-2213)
18. Patrick Finnegan [SM] (42+20+10) 72 (-2896)
19. Alan Condren [SM] (39+20+10) 69 (-2440)
20. Derek Bieniek [GK] (35+20+10) 65 (-1983)
21. Francis Mahon [ELD] (27+20+10) 57 (-3752)
22. Stephen McCarthy [IG] (26+20+10) 56 (-4161)
23. Sam Dowzard [IG] (29+20+0) 49 (-366)
24. Cormac Ó Tuairisg [SW] (22+20+0) 42 (-176)

Dominicon 2011 (Update 5)


Apologies for the collapse of the live blogging project. I was forced to jump in as a bye buster in the last round. The last two rounds below and the final standing will be following shortly.

Fantasy Round 4
Ivan McGowan:Kevin Rothwell
480:192
11:9
Malcolm Cooney:Mick Wendel
217:396
9:11
Matt Hamill:James Fitzsimons
646:2782
0:20
David Wade:Brian Dolan
2508:885
20:0
Richard Morrison:Fergus Finch
946:256
14:6
Phil Connolly:Chris Mince
2333:1969
12:8
Colin Power:Barry Lynch
452:2694
0:20
Fantasy Round 5
Kevin Rothwell:James Fitzsimons
731:1053
8:12
Ivan McGowan:Malcolm Cooney
1205:1200
10:10
Richard Morrison:David Wade
2086:413
20:0
Matt Hamill:Mick Wendel
1214:901
12:8
Fergus Finch:Barry Lynch
1027:1793
5:15
Phil Connolly:Colin Power
363:2724
0:20
Brian Dolan:Chris Mince
2400:0
20:0
40k Round 4
Richard Flood:Alan Marshall
1517:245
19:1
Tristram Hills:Paul Quigley
908:855
14:6
Alec Cornelius:Brian McKenzie
853:1037
8:12
Barra Mac Niochaill:Dan Ahern
400:729
10:10
Cian O’Dowd:Jonny Fisher
666:535
14:6
Alan Condren:Cormac O Tuairisg
0:0
20:0
Ryan McMullen:Mike Tangney
580:1620
1:19
Derek Bieniek:Sam Dowzard
765:983
16:4
Francis Mahon:Philip Johnston
0:1750
0:20
Patrick Finnegan:Pearce Condren
255:916
3:17
Chris Rooney:Ulick O’Sullivan
0:1750
0:20
Stephen McCarthy:Dale Fisher
234:1077
2:18
40K Round 5
Tristram Hills:Richard Flood
1069:623
8:12
Alec Cornelius:Ulick O’Sullivan
1750:575
20:0
Brian McKenzie:Mike Tangney
797:1020
8:12
Alan Marshall:Paul Quigley
830:1137
5:15
Jonny Fisher:Ryan McMullen
919:604
14:6
Cian O’Dowd:Barra Mac Niochaill
488:995
7:13
Pearce Condren:Philip Johnston
1321:871
8:12
Patrick Finnegan:Sam Dowzard
757:588
16:4
Alan Condren:Dan Ahern
180:1618
0:20
Derek Bieniek:Dale Fisher
260:1292
4:16
Francis Mahon:Chris Rooney
800:1750
0:20
Stephen McCarthy:Cormac O Tuairisg
0:0
20:0

Dominicon 2011 (Update 4)

It’s Sunday morning and all is well. The Dominicon charity auction went well, with lots of 2nd edition Citadel lots, Space Crusade units, pre-2nd ed items, OOP Gorkamorka stuff, things that no-one could identify and the Mystery Brick of Magic Cards.

And now the latest from the front.

Fantasy Round 3
Kevin Rothwell:James Fitzsimons
2410:375
20:0
Matt Hamill:Barry Lynch
2470:492
20:0
Ivan McGowan:Malcolm Cooney
384:315
10:10
Fergus Finch:Colin Power
1292:883
12:8
Richard Morrison:David Wade
1055:590
13:7
Phil Connolly:Mick Wendel
1060:2699
0:20
Brian Dolan:Chris Mince
1204:1939
6:14

1. Kevin Rothwell 60 (7210)
2. Matt Hamill 40 (2766)
3. James Fitzsimons 40 (2760)
4. Ivan McGowan 40 (1669)
5. Malcolm Cooney 39 (1457)
6. Fergus Finch 34 (815)
7. Mick Wendel 31 (-252)
8. Colin Power 30 (-136)
9. Richard Morrison 22 (-2017)
10. Chris Mince 21 (-1425)
11. Barry Lynch 20 (-2400)
12. Phil Connolly 20 (-3083)
13. David Wade 17 (-2110)
14. Brian Dolan 6 (-5254)

40k Round 3 
Richard Flood:Dan Ahern
1555:678
18:2
Tristram Hills:Jonny Fisher
1188:682
17:3
Brian McKenzie:Mike Tangney
559:438
12:8
Alec Cornelius:Alan Marshall
681:1555
6:14
Ryan McMullen:Cormac O Tuairisg
1125:625
17:3
Cian O’Dowd:Alan Condren
1157:910
14:6
Chris Rooney:Barra Mac Niochaill
833:1138
8:12
Pearce Condren:Francis Mahon
837:561
12:8
Philip Johnston:Paul Quigley
306:1534
0:20
Patrick Finnegan:Dale Fisher
518:520
16:4
Stephen McCarthy:Sam Dowzard
725:1039
4:16
Derek Bieniek:Ulick O’Sullivan
463:1220
3:17

1. Alan Marshall 49 (2978)
2. Richard Flood 48 (2002)
3. Tristram Hills 45 (1846)
4. Paul Quigley 44 (1644)
5. Brian McKenzie 42 549
6. Mike Tangney 38 (1372)
7. Alec Cornelius 38 (633)
8. Ryan McMullen 35 (-858)
9. Barra Mac Niochaill 34 (288)
10. Dan Ahern 32 (787)
11. Jonny Fisher 31 (1282)
12. Ulick O’Sullivan 29 (66)
13. Cian O’Dowd 29 (-1123)
14. Chris Rooney 28 (-148)
15. Pearce Condren 28 (-335)
16. Francis Mahon 27 (-1052)
17. Philip Johnston 24 (-1714)
18. Patrick Finnegan 23 (-2404)
19. Cormac O Tuairisg 22 (-176)
20. Sam Dowzard 21 (-415)
21. Alan Condren 19 (-1002)
22. Dale Fisher 15 (-169)
23. Derek Bieniek 15 (-733)
24. Stephen McCarthy 4 (-3318)

Dominicon 2011 (Update 3)

Bizarre news from the Iron Kingdoms. Cygnar actually win something. Kinda.
Plus Fantasy and 40k results from round 2.

Warmahordes Final Standings

Name/Faction/Strength of Schedule/Control Points/Points Cost Destroyed

1. Gerry Nolan (Legion) 3-4-4-113
2. Noel Flynn (Cygnar) 2-6-0-99
3. Stuart Gorman (Circle) 2-5-0-75
4. Anthony O’Reilly (Trolls) 2-4-1-65
5. Owen Conlon (Legion) 1-5-0-32
6. Tony O’Hare (Cygnar) 1-5-0-15
7. Siskey (Menoth) 1-4-1-14

Round 1
Neol puts down Siskey.
Owen breezes past Ghost, the invisible bye player.
Stuart slaps Anthony around.
Gerry beats on Tony.

Round 2
Siskey avenges himself on Ghost.
Anthony beats his near namesake, Tony.
Noel storms past Stuart.
Gerry slaps Owen back down.

Round 3
Tony sees off the plucky Ghost.
Anthony compounds Owen’s day of defeat.
Stuart does likewise, beating Siskey.
And Gerry takes on his latest challenger, Noel. And wins. Again.

40k Round 2 
Richard Flood:Paul Quigley
1300:740
13:7
Brian McKenzie:Cormac O Tuairisg
745:313
16:4
Tristram Hills:Alec Cornelius
1360:1265
8:12
Philip Johnston:Jonny Fisher
660:1486
8:12
Barra Mac Niochaill:Alan Marshall
364:1300
4:16
Francis Mahon:Derek Bieniek
429:449
14:6
Ryan McMullen:Sam Dowzard
600:1039
16:4
Pearce Condron:Ulick O’Sullivan
832:1103
12:8
Cian O’Dowd:Dale Fisher
731:1125
12:8
Alan Condren:Dan Ahern
343:1750
0:20
Patrick Finnegan:Mike Tangney
0:1750
0:20
Stephen McCarthy:Chris Rooney
348:1750
0:20
Fantasy Round 2
 Ivan McGowan:Chris Mince
2322:724
20:0
Fergus Finch:David Wade
2600:957
20:0
Colin Power:Malcolm Cooney
692:981
9:11
Matt Hamill:Kevin Rothwell
428:2615
0:20
Barry Lynch:James Fitzsimons
175:2650
0:20
Phil Connolly:Brian Dolan
2313:782
20:0
Richard Morrison:Mick Wendel
1590:1752
9:11

Dominicon 2011 (Update 2)

Round 1 Matches
Here are the quick and dirty results for round 1. It’s not pretty but the info is there.

Fantasy
Kevin Rothwell:Brian Dolan
3028:40
20:0
Barry Lynch:Mick Wendel
2425:372
20:0
Colin Power:Chris Mince
1665:1103
13:7
Ivan McGowan:David Wade
1173:1171
10:10
Fergus Finch:Malcolm Cooney
726:1963
2:18
Richard Morrison:James Fitzsimons
425:2745
0:20
Phil Connolly:Matt Hamill
524:3499
0:20
40k
Tristram Hills:Chris Rooney
1750:505
20:0
Alan Marshall:Sam Dowzard
1476:308
19:1
Barra Mac Niochaill:Ryan McMullen
1240:321
18:2
Richard Flood:Dale Fisher
761:196
17:3
Jonny Fisher:Ulick O’Sullivan
1247:285
16:4
Dan Ahern:Mike Tangney
861:604
10:10
Patrick Finnegan:Alan Condren
470:1122
7:13
Derek Bieniek:Brian McKenzie
540:536
6:14
Francis Mahon:Cormac O Tuairisg
40:796
5:15
Pearce Condron:Philip Johnston
888:1228
4:16
Cian O’Dowd:Paul Quigley
642:1618
3:17
Stephen McCarthy:Alec Cornelius
148:1750
0:20

Dominicon 2011 (Update 1)

Right, let’s see if we can do this. The plan is round by round updates of the various tournaments running in Maynooth over the weekend.

Warmachine/Hordes (After 2 rounds)
1. Noel Flynn 2
2. Gerry Nolan 2
3. Stuart Gorman 1
4. Owen Conlon 1
5. Siskey 1
6. Anthony O’Reilly 1
7. Tony O’Hare 0

Fantasy (After 1 round)
1. Kevin Rothwell 20 (2988)
2. Matt Hamill 20 (2975)
3. James Fitzsimons 20 (2320)
4. Barry Lynch 20 (2053)
5. Malcolm Cooney 18 (1237)
6. Colin Power 13 (562)
7. Ivan McGowan 10 (2)
8. David Wade 10 (-2)
9. Chris Mince 7 (-562)
10. Fergus Finch 2 (-1237)
11. Mick Wendel 0 (-2053)
12. Richard Morrison 0 (-2320)
13. Phil Connolly 0 (-2975)
14. Brian Dolan 0 (-2988)

40k (After 1 round)
1. Alec Cornelius 20 (1602)
2. Tristram Hills 20 (1245)
3. Alan Marshall 19 (1168)
4. Barra Mac Niochaill 18 (919)
5. Paul Quigley 17 (976)
6. Richard Flood 17 (565)
7. Jonny Fisher 16 (962)
8. Philip Johnston 16 (340)
9. Cormac Ó Tuairisg 15 (-756)
10. Brian McKenzie 14 (-4)
11. Alan Condren 13 (652)
12. Dan Ahern 10 (257)
13. Mike Tangney 10 (-257)
14. Patrick Finnegan 7 (-652)
15. Derek Bieniek 6 (4)
16. Francis Mahon 5 (756)
17. Pearce Condron 4 (-340)
18. Ulick O’Sullivan 4 (-962)
19. Dale Fisher 3 (-565)
20. Cian O’Dowd 3 (-976)
21. Ryan McMullen 2 (-919)
22. Sam Dowzard 1 (-1168)
23. Chris Rooney 0 (-1245)
24. Stephen McCarthy 0(-1602)

The Root of All Evil Special (Part 2 of 2)

The 2011 40k Masters

In honour of the previous author, we introduce the bonus round. Here, I shall penalise the organisers for every tiny piddling error, strip them of their hard earned points before sending them on their way, hopefully in tears. Unlike the previous authors, I will provide inrefutable proof of all my wild assertions.


Projector not on. (-10 points)


Score cards not water/beer proofed. (-10 points)


Overly attractive delete everything button. (-10 points)


Presence of counter-revolutionary swine. (-10 points)


Organiser exposed himself to children. (-10 points)


Criminals shipped in to play, replacing Irish talent. (-10 points)


Judges appeared under-skilled. (-10 points)


Organisers attacked my cameraman. (-10 points)


Some treats were wrapped, difficult to open. (-10 points)

So, when all factors have been taken into consideration, that leaves the total at 5/100 points. However, as the projector is clearly off (again) in the final shot, I feel duty-bound to dock the tournament an additional 10 points. Translated into the old scoring system, that leaves the Irish Masters on a disreputable -1/20.

[Ed: Part 1 can be found here]

The Root of All Evil Special (Part 1 of 2)

I

The 2011 40k Masters

Like all tyrannical and unjust regimes, Root’s day has passed and we have come to the end of his reign of terror. Having spent the past year torturing his betters, he now finds himself under the microscope. However, we are his betters and shall prove this through our kindness. I will be marking him out of 100 points rather than the niggardly 20 points he usually handed out. I also throw aside his despicable pretensions to speak for the common man and provide only my own opinion. Which is clearly the actual voice of the masses. Obviously.
Rulespack
The only identifiable flaws were the extremely early deadline for list submission and the mis-scheduling of Game 3. The random mission/deployment selection was wildly popular (with me) at Dominion Day III/IV and its migration south is greatly welcomed. The scorecards were that rare beast, an improvement on the much lauded Fisher approach. With army list, score card and scoring system all combined into one package, we can declare that item to have been perfect. All hail the Stowe score card. I suppose I should check the pack for spelling and grammatical errors but I’m rather lazy. I assume there is one present and dock you a point for it. 18/20 points.
Players
I would prefer a shift away from the abundance of stunted, gnarled pale man-beasts towards top-heavy, slender brunettes but I’m informed that the budget won’t stretch to it. The players were moderately attentive, some were actually in the top 16 and some appeared to have washed recently. Bearing in mind that we are dealing with hardened nerds, that’s probably a 19/20 mark.
Terrain
An interesting approach, rather than attempt to spread all available terrain over all tables equally, there appeared to be a design philosophy at work. Some tables were open in nature, others lent themselves to close quarter engagements. Frankly, it made for more variety in gaming than any bizarre custom mission would have. To ensure this continues, I award whoever was responsible a 20/20 mark. If it was accidental, then we should pause to consider the importance of catering to my whims by implementing this policy immediately at all cons.
Organisers
With a ratio of one ref to eight players, rules decisions came quickly and erratically. Kidding. I must credit John and Shane for their willingness to take a few moments to double-check their rulings rather than operate by fiat. Admittedly, tensions were running rather low all weekend but the light-handed approach to disputes always plays well with the common players (i.e. me). The Twitter feed was wasted on me but remains a nice touch. 20/20.
Extras
There were cakes, buns, tea and coffee. The survivors were reinforced on Sunday morning but by tournament’s end, all was desolated. The only reason that full marks are not given is that we have been spoiled by Fisher’s breakfast farls. I award you 18/20 marks.
So, they enter the “justice” round with 95/100 points.

[Ed: Part 2 can be found here]

Army Showcase: Peter Zuidgeest’s Death Company

I grabbed Peter after seeing his awesome Death Company blog over on the Northern Wasters site and took the opportunity to ask him some questions and show off his wonderfully painted Blood Angels Death Company.

Question 1.) So what made you go for Death Company for your current project?

Well since I like to do themed armies and the new release of warhammer fantasy came out I noticed that I needed to get away from fantasy ASAP! I really like fantasy but the game changed so drastically (for me) that it was time for something new! Back to 40k!

Looking at the armies at that point I didn’t realy know what to do until they released Blood Angels, I was like “Oh my God those Death Company marines are so nice!!!” Then I bought the codex and read it a bit and saw it was possible to make a full Death Company army! SOLD! haha!

Competitive-wise it’s not really great I know but I don’t care! :D

I love to play themed armies, it looks cool and not many people play it since it’s either really good or it sucks majorly!



Question 2.) What other themed armies have you done?

My full khorne mortals (fantasy) won best painted army reward at the Dutch GT in 2009.

Question 3.) Apart from objective based missions how do the Death Company do on your local scene?

Until now I did pretty good; played 6 battles and 4 of them were objective based… I can’t claim anything so a draw is the best i can do or wipe them all from the table but that’s not always easy since the objectives are way too spread and rage makes me go where I don’t want to! For the kill point mission well what can i say? MASSACRE! To give you an idea; 1 Death Company dread charged a unit of 5 mega armoured nobz with Ghazghkull in it… 1st round, 11 power weapon wounds haha you should have seen the look on the guys face! ;)

Question 4.) Can you give me a 1700 point list of your Death Company Army? [1700 is the standard in Holland]

HQ

  • Astorath

TROOPS

  • 6x death company with jump packs
  • Power Fist
  • Power weapon
  • Lemartes

  • 8x death company bolter
  • Power weapon
  • Rhino
  • Extra armour

  • 8x death company w/ bolters
  • Power fist
  • Rhino
  • Extra armour

  • 8x death company w/ bolters
  • Power weapon
  • Rhino
  • Extra armour

  • Death company Dread
  • Magna grapple
  • Drop pod

  • Death company Dread
  • Magna grapple
  • Drop pod

1700

Question 5.) What’s the next project?

I’ve got several project laying around…

As for fantasy my lizardmen project witch is on hold atm.

And I have an Ork army but that’s still 30% in my head finished some minis but mostly without paint just the conversions.

The idea for the ork army is animosity animosity and animosity flying goblins orks fighting inside ranks etc etc.

And I want to re-do my Vampire Counts because I know I can paint them way better then I have right now.

As for 40k…

Got an Ultramarine army which is kind of old, playing warhammer 40k/fantasy for 15 years now and had a little break in between after the break I made that army and I must say my painting skills were not that good back then ;)

And a new army… Hmm well the new Dark Eldar look nice might make an army of them but not sure yet ;)

I’d like to thank Peter for his time showing us his army and letting us get to know him, hopefully we’ll meet at a Northern Wasters event or perhaps an event like the ETC!

Peter Zuidgeest lives in the Netherlands, in a village close to Eindhoven. If you’d like to contact Peter you can reach him by email:

pa.zuidgeest@telfort.nl

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