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ETC 2013: Nerds to Novi Sad

Another year, another Nerd Olympics. We’re all off to the European Team Championship this weekend. The Irish 40K and Fantasy teams (best of luck, chaps) are flying out tomorrow for their three day event, we’ll be joining them on Friday for the two-day, Flames of War event. I can’t guarantee that we’ll be able to keep you updated but I’ll certainly grab as many pictures as I can of the armies, terrain and venue.

 After last year’s “triumph”, the Flames of War team will be looking to “refine” our performance. The 40K team had a strong finish last year and will be looking to break into the very top ranks. The Fantasy team are looking to get back to previous form and match their performance in 2011. There’s been wild talk of playing sober but I can safely assume that madness will pass once people notice that the venue has three bars. I also thought I’d give a brief overview of the preparation involved in attending the ETC. There’s two critical tasks to be completed before I leave. The first is making sure that every piece of the army is packed and every scrap of supporting materiel is accounted for.

Done.

The second task is researching the country itself to ensure a degree of cultural sensitivity and, at the very least, pack the right clothes. I found the “Behind Enemy Lines” documentary to be very informative. Based on my research, it seems to be a cold country and a mix of fatigues and tracksuits would be most appropriate. I assume weapons can be sourced at the customs desk.

Some of my less-enlightened teammates persist in claiming that the local temperature is 38 Celsius but they’ll be sorry when they’re freezing to death while I luxuriate in my fine winter coat.

ETC 2012 Final Results

Well another ETC has passed and as the dust settles, one thing is for sure: England put a very strong showing in this year, winning the 40K and are rumoured to have come 3rd in Fantasy.

More after the break. UPDATE- now with Fantasy results


Team Ireland have managed their first top ten finish in 40K ETC history. Well done to Mike and the boys for an impressive 3 wins, 1 draw and 2 losses. The final results are here, courtesy of the 40kETC wordpress page.

Congratulations to Team Northern Ireland for finally popping their ETC cherry by beating the Dutch and the Norwegians!

Warhammer 40,000 Results
WFB Final Results

Place – TEAM – VP Total – Actual BP – Modified BP – Penalty
1 POLAND 29978 631 564
2 AUSTRIA 5108 564 536
3 ENGLAND 13102 554 530
4 DENMARK 16917 551 526 -1
5 GERMANY 9381 547 523
6 FRANCE 7874 525 521 -2
7 GREECE 8301 531 518
8 SWEDEN 5835 511 514
9 ITALY 6561 520 506 -1
10 FINLAND 4772 511 504
11 SPAIN 9792 528 500
12 UNITED STATES 1415 490 494
13 MALTA -1746 460 488
14 SCOTLAND 6009 498 487
15 NORWAY 4604 492 485
16 SINGAPORE 1687 491 485
17 AUSTRALIA -81 482 484
18 RUSSIA -6631 481 484
19 BELARUS -1599 468 474
20 NEW ZEALAND -2009 465 474
21 UNITED NATION -7715 444 465
22 IRELAND 887 463 462
23 UKRAINE -7179 457 462
24 CZECH -6923 449 459
25 NETHERLANDS -5609 440 457
26 LATVIA -8494 436 448
27 SERBIA -4364 443 447
28 BULGARIA -3574 424 444
29 NORTHERN IRELAND -10165 429 442
30 WALES -16637 399 441
31 BELGIUM -7529 425 438
32 SWITZERLAND -16728 396 424
33 CANADA -11577 418 418
34 HUNGARY -12761 393 416

Team Ireland Fantasy and the ETC

Our first post looked at the 40K team, now let’s look at Team Ireland Fantasy. We’re operating at a slight disadvantage as none of us have played for Team Ireland Fantasy. Despite the lack of expertise, I’ve gathered some key information.

1) The history of Team Ireland Fantasy starts a year earlier, in 2009.
2) Do not get into a lift with a drunken Woody.
3) Team development has been a slow-burning process.

Four Nations Championship 2009

There almost no information out there on this event but I have the final standings (below) and an artist’s representation of some of the players (above). Majestic beasts from the time before. Not very good at the old Warhammer, though. I’m guessing it was a whitewash.
Nation Game Points
England 611
Scotland 420
Northern Ireland 374
Ireland 195

European Team Championship 2009

Ireland’s first ETC team have a rough first outing, consoling themselves with some points stolen from our Northern neighbours. Despite the relentless beatings, morale remains very high. Sport psychologists trace this mental resilience to the lethal doses of alcohol consumed by the players. Really, this team shouldn’t be alive.

Round 1: Czech Republic 100-60 Ireland
Round 2: Northern Ireland 95-65 Ireland
Round 3: Portugal 100-60 Ireland
Round 4: Scotland 100-60 Ireland
Round 5: Netherlands 100-60 Ireland
Round 6: Croatia 115- 45 Ireland

Team Points
1. Italy 571
2. Poland 550
3. Denmark 529
4. Germany 511
5. Austria 507
6. Slovenia 504
7. Sweden 503
8. Switzerland 494
9. Finland 490
10. Czech 490
11. Australia 486
12. Greece 485
13. Norway 478
14. England 474
15. Russia 469
16. Belgium 466
17. Portugal 464
18. France 461
19. Northern Ireland 455
20. Hungary 448
21. Croatia 447
22. Scotland 437
23. Netherlands 428
24. Ireland 350
 

Home Nations Championship 2010

There’s plenty of photos out there but very little detail on the round by round results. By looking at the final table, it does not appear to have gone well for the Irish. On a positive note, it can’t be denied that they are closing the gap on the opposition. The Northern Irish and Welsh look nervously over their shoulders.

Because they don’t want surprise hugs from naked, drunken Irishmen.


Nation Game Points
England 471
United Nations 453
Scotland 414
Wales 364
Northern Ireland 361
Ireland 311
 

European Team Championship 2010

A glorious tournament for Team Ireland. They are awarded the Most Sporting award and score their first win, paddling a probably surprised Welsh team. Their remaining opponents are less gracious but the defeats are not total. Note that they have played the Scots in every tournament thus far. The steady, if slow, improvement continues as they stumble off the bottom of the leader board into 25th place.

Round 1: Switzerland 100-60  Ireland
Round 2: Scotland 93-67 Ireland
Round 3: Latvia 95-65 Ireland
Round 4: Canada 89-71 Ireland
Round 5: Ireland 99-61 Wales

Round 6: Northern Ireland 97-63 Ireland
1 Denmark 568 (240)
2 Italy 565 (282)
3 Germany 527 (94)
4 Australia 511 (116)
5 Norway 511 (66)
6 Russia 509 (54)
7 Greece 505 (76)
8 Poland 505 (50)
9 Sweden 503 (68)
10 United States 498 (76)
11 Spain 495 (16)
12 Slovenia 494 (82)
13 Austria 493 (64)
14 New Zealand 493 (30)
15 Finland 487 (56)
16 England 485 (48)
17 Scotland 484 (12)
18 Belgium 484 (-10)
19 Northern Ireland 480 (-36)
20 Croatia 476 (-22)
21 France 473 (-10)
22 Switzerland 472 (-26)
23 Czech Republic 463 (12)
24 Malta 452 (-48)
25 Ireland (Most Sporting) 445 (-122)
26 Portugal 436 (-76)
27 Canada 434 (-126)
28 Hungary 433 (-178)
29 Latvia 427 (-134)
30 Netherlands 427 (-182)
31 Serbia 416 (-172)
32 Wales 382 (-300)
 

Six Nations Championship 2011

No photos of the Edinburgh tournament can be found but I think I’ve got the essence of it. The French replace the United Nations team to make it a true Six Nations contest. The Irish may lose most of their games but the results are better than in previous years as they hold close to the French.

Some make wild claims that they might make it out of the bottom quarter at the ETC proper.

Round 1: Wales 86-74 Ireland
Round 2: Scotland 100-60 Ireland
Round 3: Northern Ireland 94-66 Ireland
Round 4: France 81-79 Ireland

Round 5: England 100-60 Ireland
Nation Game Points Victory Points
England 483 48008
Scotland 440 47332
Northern Ireland 404 41153
France 397 38031
Ireland 339 38286
Wales 337 30371

European Team Championship 2011

We’re not sure how it happened but the Fantasy boys become the first Irish team to make it into the top ten. Showboating pricks.

Drinking slightly less than normal, the Irish score three wins, including a heavy defeat of Scotland. Three years of brutal oppression are avenged. Their heaviest defeat comes at the hands of the champions, Poland. It’s all a massive shock and they actually get more cheers for their performance than the actual winning teams. Totally not jealous though.

Round 1: Poland 94-66 Ireland
Round 2: Ireland 89-71 Czech Republic
Round 3: USA 86-74 Ireland
Round 4: Latvia 88-72 Ireland
Round 5: Ireland 94-66 Scotland

Round 6: Ireland 100-60 Belgium
1 Poland 573 (242)
2 Denmark 541 (230)
3 Russia 518 (136)
4 Italy 517 (144)
5 Sweden 516 (144)
6 United States 506 (22)
7 Austria 505 (128)
8 Norway 504 (58)
9 France 497 (48)
10 Ireland 495 (30)
11 Spain 494 (58)
12 England 493 (54)
13 Finland 478 (28)
14 Germany 476 (38)
15 Switzerland 476 (-56)
16 Greece 474 (50)
17 Croatia 473 (-12)
18 Netherlands 470 (-36)
19 Latvia 464 (-14)
20 Scotland 461 (-8)
21 Czech Republic 460 (-40)
22 Belgium 460 (-88)
23 Northern Ireland 450 (-84)
24 New Zealand 450 (-94)
25 Australia 438 (-154)
26 Hungary 417 (-276)
27 Wales 401 (-210)
28 Serbia 364 (-338)

Six Nations Championship 2012

We watched with interest as they marched off to somewhere up North. The unasked question was whether the ETC was a lucky fluke. It was not. Their ETC form continues as the Irish win three out of five games to achieve their best result at the championship to date. Like the 40K team, they win by large margins, reflecting a clear skill advantage.

Only a very strong French team can deny them the top spot but our hopes are raised…

Round 1: Ireland 100-60 Northern Ireland
Round 2: Ireland 94-66 Wales
Round 3: Ireland 88-72 Scotland
Round 4: England 83-77 Ireland

Round 5: France 95-65 Ireland
Nation Game Points VP Difference
France 452 10086
Ireland 419 2028
Wales 417 4969
England 410 4826
Scotland 392 -2788
Barbarians 300 -24121

 European Team Championship 2012

From humble beginnings, Team Ireland Fantasy have built on their experience and gradually improved. I hope that the steady development will translate into steady progress in the ETC. Judging by their form at the Six Nations, I see Team Ireland holding their position in the top ten but I’m not sure if I see them pushing into contention for the medals this year. Happy to be proved wrong, though.

ArmyMan – Army Lists Made Easy

ArmyMan LogoThe biggest delay after playing a game of Warhammer 40,000 is usually figuring out your Victory Points and Kill Points. This most frequently happens at Tournaments, and to a lesser extent at friendly games. Players sometimes forget units or their costs, and this slows things down.

ArmyMan is an Android App that was written specifically to solve this problem, by serving as an easy reference for the armylist and speeding up scoring at the end of the game. Join us after the jump for more.

ArmyMan keeps track of lists, units and results.  This means you can store multiple lists in the app, and can also save results from your games as a record of how you do.

The sample list.
New Unit Prompt
Units in an Army List

Within each list it keeps track of each unit in that list, as well as its points cost and even a quick description of that unit. Additionally you can also add temporary units, such as those spawned by a Tervigon, that don’t contribute to the overall list value, and liability units, which is Lone Wolves in a Space Wolves list.

 Using this display you also easily keep track of how much damage your units are taking in a game. Simply set the skulls across the top of the list to indicate how much damage the unit has taken. The number of ticks across the skulls show which percentage of the unit is still alive, and allows you to easily keep track of multiple Combat Squads in a Marine list. Going from full squad to wiped out in 25% increments, with each tick essentially representing a quarter of the unit.

Unit #1 is at half strength.
Unit #2 is at full strength.
You can also see the Score
button on the bottom.

So a unit below half strength would have half it’s ticks left, and a Combat Squad-ed Marine unit that has lost half a combat squad would still have 3/4 of its ticks left.

Everything you need
about the score.

When you’ve finished a game, you can also easily save the result right from inside the list. Kill Points and Victory Points are automatically calculated, you just need your opponent’s results and you are good to go. Additionally you can also add modifiers to both your opponents Victory Point and Kill Point tallies. Currently this is for things like multiple Combat Squads which shouldn’t be worth a single Kill Point, or losing a Banner in a game of Warhammer Fantasy.

ArmyMan was built to be as generic as possible, so you should also be able to easily store Flames of War lists, or any other system with a similar unit costing mechanics. It is also actively being developed, and the next release, hopefully in a couple of weeks, will add support to import and export lists easily.

ArmyMan can be found in the Google Play store, and is currently on sale for €1 until midnight Sunday the 3rd June when it will revert to it’s usual price of €2. And remember, all proceeds from sales go towards maintaining the On The Step community. Any questions, feedback or suggestions can be answered through the support forum, found at On The Step.

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)
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18. Ulick O’Sullivan 4 (-962)
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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)

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