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  1. Hi, I just moved back into the area after being down south for almost 10 years for work, and am looking to get in to guild ball. I saw the Rat Catchers and loved them so much that I had to find out more about the game. Seen loads of battle reports on YouTube and read about it too but yet to buy in and play a game. Was hoping to get a demo or something first so I can get a good idea which play style suits me before I buy my first team. Not seen any groups that play in my area other than the one at element games but have been trying to join their Facebook group for 2 weeks and request is still pending so think they must have stopped doing it or something. Anyway any advice for a new player would be great. Cheers
  2. Recently picked up the kick-off box, trying to create a Guild Ball community here in Porto (Portugal), so I think spending some time on minis I'll be doing demos with will be worth it!
  3. Episode 64 In this episode Andrew and Jason celebrate the 2nd Birthday of the podcast. They decide to do something unique and exciting, but then scrap that and answer questions given to them by people on Facebook. You would like to support the podcast? Well now you can! Find Singled Out on Patreon, and become a patron to access their bonus podcast, Singled Out: Bonus Time! https://www.patreon.com/singledoutGB Eternal thanks to Beardminis for the heartfelt Patreon commerical, find his channel at http://Www.youtube.com/c/BeardMinis
  4. WYLDHAMMER 2018

    The Battlehammer & Wyldstorm Games cordially invite you to the 3rd Annual Wyldhammer Charity Cup.Event entry £25 per player with all profits going to charity. Tickets are now available with an early bird offer price of £20 per ticket running until April 30th This event will be limited to 32 players. Should demand deem it worthy however we will look into expanding the event to a 2 day 64 player event.The most up to date version of the Regional Cup Organised Play Rules document will be used for this event and it will be organised using The Longshanks website at the following address http://www.longshanks.org/events/?event=727 All players are required to bring all cards, models and measuring instruments they will need for the day. We also ask you to bring your own chess clocks or appropriate apps for the use of timing rounds. Please note that this will be a 5 round event (barring changes to the OPD) so round times will be strictly upheld as laid out in the OPD to ensure the smooth running of the event. The pundit for this event will be Chris Norvall with Peter James Farrell O'Sullivan and (William Hough) acting as judges for the event Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 players, as well as for the best painted team and best constructed goal. All prizes will be announced at a later date. 1. Wil Longbottom 2. Alex Brooks 3. Edward Halliday 4. Gaz Mitchell 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32.
  5. Event entry £15 per player. Early Bird offer price of £10 per ticket and are available in store or online at https://wyldstormgames.com/products/deliverance-a-guild-ball-event This event will be limited to 32 players. The most up to date version of the Regional Cup Organised Play Rules document will be used for this event and it will be organised using The Longshanks websiteAll players are required to bring all cards, models and measuring instruments they will need for the day. We also ask you to bring your own chess clocks or appropriate apps for the use of timing rounds.Please note that this will be a 5 round event (barring changes to the OPD) so round times will be strictly upheld as laid out in the OPD to ensure the smooth running of the event. The pundit for this event will be Chris Norvall Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 players, as well as for the best painted team and best constructed goal.
  6. Event entry £15 per player. Early Bird offer price of £10 per ticket and are available in store or online at https://wyldstormgames.com/products/deliverance-a-guild-ball-event This event will be limited to 32 players. The most up to date version of the Regional Cup Organised Play Rules document will be used for this event and it will be organised using The Longshanks websiteAll players are required to bring all cards, models and measuring instruments they will need for the day. We also ask you to bring your own chess clocks or appropriate apps for the use of timing rounds.Please note that this will be a 5 round event (barring changes to the OPD) so round times will be strictly upheld as laid out in the OPD to ensure the smooth running of the event. The pundit for this event will be Chris Norvall Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 players, as well as for the best painted team and best constructed goal.
  7. Event entry £15 per player. Early Bird offer price of £10 per ticket and are available in store or online at https://wyldstormgames.com/products/crossroadsThis event will be limited to 32 players. The most up to date version of the Regional Cup Organised Play Rules document will be used for this event and it will be organised using The Longshanks website at the following address http://www.longshanks.org/events/?event=740&count=32All players are required to bring all cards, models and measuring instruments they will need for the day. We also ask you to bring your own chess clocks or appropriate apps for the use of timing rounds.Please note that this will be a minimum 4 round event going to possibly a 5th round (barring changes to the OPD) so round times will be strictly upheld as laid out in the OPD to ensure the smooth running of the event. The pundit for this event will be Chris Norvall Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 players, as well as for the best painted team and best constructed goal.
  8. Alright Guildballers! Sharing this for a pal who's running a tournament at Common Ground Games in Stirling on the 4th March 2018. We will be following the Steamforged Regional Cup format – details below. Models will have to be fully painted and appropriately based for this event. If you need to borrow anything, just post up and I'm sure you'll get sorted out. Event details on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1751237655180660/?ti=as Timetable for the day will be as follows: 9.30am – Doors Open & registration 10.00am – Game 1 12.00pm – Game 2 - 1.40pm Lunch (50min) - 2.30pm Game 3 - 4.30pm Game 4 - 6.30pm – finish & awards The venue has fantastic (free!) parking and is conveniently located right outside the front door a 10min stroll from the train station. You’d struggle to find a better located venue in Scotland to travel to! Tickets can be purchased by sending £15 (via PayPal) to alan5liddle@btinternet.com or cash in advance. If you can email me or comment in the event after you PayPal just so I can check asap and I'll update the event page. I plan on getting not only the Pundit Pack but also some other really cool prizes! Please remember to include your name & your Guild as a note when you using PayPal. Any cancellations before Sun 25th Feb will receive a FULL refund. Any cancellations after Sun 25th Feb will be non-refundable unless you can find someone to take your place. Useful links: - Season 3 rules, player cards, & plot cards (https://static1.squarespace.com/static/56728f72a128e6b1e548ec55/t/5836b3986b8f5ba7a0d3a82a/1479979944479/GB-Season3-Rulebook.pdf) Regional Cup format (https://static1.squarespace.com/static/56728f72a128e6b1e548ec55/t/58e371582e69cf7b853a4296/1491300698537/Guild+Ball+Regional+Cup.pdf) Rules Clarifications thread (http://forums.steamforged.com/index.php?%2Fforum%2F12-guild-ball-rules-clarifications%2F) Any questions, please ask away. See you there! Paid Attendees: 1. Fraser McFetridge 2. David Reid 3. Iain Torrance 4. Colin McNeil 5. Richard McHale 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.
  9. Ladies and gentleboys, it gives me great pleasure to present to you the.. Scottish Team Championship What?This is a Guild Ball Team Tournament, which will follow the most up-to-date format in the OPD. The teams will consist of 3 players, each fielding a separate team. For further details on team formats, check out the OPD: Organised Play DocumentWhen & Where?The event will take place on Saturday 9th June - Sunday 10th June at Scotland's premier gaming venue - The Common Ground Games, Stirling (Venue Weblink).The draft timetable is:Sat 9th June9.00 - Registration10.00 - Round 1 12.30 - Lunch 13.30 - Round 2 16.00 - Round 3 18.30 - Round end - time for food & pub! Sun 10th June 10.00 - Round 4 12.30 - Lunch 13.30 - Round 5 16.30 - Awards 17.00 - End of event - home time (via the pub!) Where do I get tickets? Tickets are £90 per team of three players, these will grant you entry to the event as well as lunch on both days. Additionally, you will receive some tournament goodies and be eligible for prizes (which are to be confirmed). You can purchase a ticket for your team by sending the above amount to CABLEHYPE@HOTMAIL.COM via Paypal (Gift please!). Tickets will go on sale at 18.00 GMT on Friday 26th January. Any funds sent before that will be returned. There is a strict limit of 32 teams (96 players). Final words This event is designed as a relaxed but competitive team event. That means it will be cleanly run and well organised but with the idea that we are all here to have a great time. It will follow the up-to-date World Team Championship format as close as possible but with a Scottish twist. I sincerely hope to see you all at the event and make this the first of a BIG annual event! Feel free to ask any questions either via the Facebook event or Twitter (@kingpash). Longshanks World Team Championship 2017 details
  10. Scottish Team Championship

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    Scottish Team Championship That's right, it has finally arrived! The biggest UK Team event of the year, a perfect warm-up for the World Team Championship 2018. Find out more: Scottish Team Championship
  11. That's right, you thought that there aren't enough Scottish events on the calendar already this year? Well, here's one more and this one is going to be hard core METAL! Hub Ball 4; The Hearthwarming - Saturday 17th Feb, Games Hub Edinburgh This will be a 16-man tournament to celebrate the launch of the new Blacksmiths box. The tournament will follow the OPD structure, with the only amendment being that we require fully painted teams UNLESS you are using the brand new Blacksmiths. The painting standard in Scotland is without par and we are bringing out our best painters for this one. Expect some impressive paint jobs - follow more details on Twitter (@kingpash). Full up-to-date event details are on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1999486763657482/ The event is also live on Longshanks: http://longshanks.org/events/?event=754 Looking forward to seeing you guys there!
  12. The Rookie

    So I've been somewhat loathed to post a link here for some reason, but I guess I really should I started The Rookie podcast towards the end of last year and have recently released my 3rd episode. At best this is a the ramblings of a "completely new" player trying to get to grips with the game of Guild Ball, around not having a lot of time, and a small child on hand to take up whatever moments I have spare. In either case, its about as open as I can be about what I think of this game, as well as a desperate plea for someone to help me "Get Good". From this I hope great epic stories will unfold and a new world will open before me... or otherwise I can make a few friends and get hopelessly drunk at weekend tournaments. Both potentially being the same thing. Anyway, I hope you listen, and either discard this to the out bin in your office. Or keep it on your app of choice, should you be so kind. http://www.buzzsprout.com/135717 It is on iTunes as well should that help.
  13. Hello guys, I'm new player and I would like to make my own Morticians goal. I have no idea where to start. It would be nice, if you can give me advice, about what materials/tools/paint should I use. I would like to make me a coffin (something like on the picture attached, sorry for stealing to whoever did that great goal). I've been googling, but I'm little bit confused. Thanks for any advice! PS.: (I couldn't find any thread like this, so hopefully it will not be deleted, thank you.)
  14. This week I managed to get an interview with Strictly the Worst Guild Ball Podcast's own Alex Botts. We discussed his Union, the team that he took to the Guild Ball World Team Championship. He's pretty good at Guild Ball and threw some light on the dark world that is, Rage led Union. http://www.halloflegends.co.uk/2017/10/legendary-plays-with-alex-botts-on.html let me know what you think! regards Mr Hall
  15. Melodice

    I have recently discovered a website specifically designed to play music for whatever board game you are interested in playing to set a theme. I host an ongoing board game night every other weekend and have used it a few times. Out of curiosity I typed in Guild Ball and found an interesting play list that I feel could use a few tweaks. Check it out if you are interested. https://melodice.org/playlist/guild-ball-2015/
  16. Our next Guild Ball tournament will be a 16-person tournament being held at The Chase Hotel & Flaming Grill The cost of the event is £15. All payments to theheroicplay@gmail.com – if you are buying multiple tickets, let us know who you are booking for please. At the break between round 1 and 2, we encourage people to order their lunch at the bar so it can be ready for when we finish round 2. You can have breakfast, along with food and drink bought through from the bar if needed during the event. Event conditions will be as per the Regional Cup Guidelines found in the latest Organised Play document that can be found on the Guild Ball website. Timings: Arrival: 09:00 Registration: 09:05 1st Round: 09:30 – 11:20 Break: 11:20 – 11:30 2nd Round: 11:30 – 13:20 Lunch: 13:20 – 14:00 3rd Round: 14:00 – 15:50 Break: 15:50 – 16:00 4th Round: 16:00 – 17:50 Results, Prizes & Thank you’s Things to bring with you: Rulebook Models & Stat Cards Chess Clock & Stop Watch – or smartphone/tablet with equivalent apps Tape Measure, Counters, Tokens etc that you may need Venue: The Chase Hotel & Flaming Grill Higham Lane Nuneaton Warwickshire CV11 6AG Player List: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Reserves: 1.
  17. Forum Challenge - Making the Cut

    Just do it. Slit his throat. He's lying there, waiting. "No" she said. The man in the barber chair opened his eyes looking up at her, her thick black fringe sticking to her forehead, she was profusely sweating. "I-is everything alright?" He stuttered. Valerie just smiled, before sliding her straight edge back across his supple throat, then back down again, taking away the soap with it. She wiped the blade on the flannel over his shoulder, "DONE" she exclaimed; an odd tone of relief rang through her voice. What a waste of time. She left him in the chair, getting some cold water to drink in the back of shop- "cool and calm" she said to herself quietly, staring straight at the water settling down after her swig. "Cool and calm". "Valerie." Edge interrupted her thoughts, "its time, get your kit, we're about to kick off." Valerie nodded at Edge, "I'll be there shortly." The Barbers Guild team captain, nodded and replied, "good, don't want to lose our star so soon." He winked and left, laughing. What was so funny, she thought to herself- probably at what you did to that baker boy last week. She shook the voice from her head and walked back into the barber shop. The Barbers Guild were relatively new to the game of Guild Ball, but each district the guild was in, were trying players out for the main team. Valerie was the newest of this team, having only played one game, which she was reluctant to play in. She said she wouldn't play again after the incident but Edge had insisted she had to play one more game. One more game to impress the Longshanks. Edge had big plans for his team, really get the Barbers on the map, or as he would say "get a slice of the pie." Edge was the one who took her in when she had nowhere to go, he hadn't said he'd figured out where she'd come from, but Valerie thought he probably had guessed. Edge was different, the only person she'd met that she didn't have to stop her self from harming, she hadn't worked out why yet. There were quite a few people int he crowd, all Local to their region, but none Valerie knew, the rest of her team were waving and shouting to their friends and family. The opposing team were doing the same, members drawn in from the local Gardeners Guild. Gardening was a trade only the wealthy could afford, so it was obvious how they had special kits made up embroidered and clean. Valerie's kit wouldn't come clean. The stain of the baker boys blood still splattered up her sleeves. The Gardeners were all glaring at her, the Baker whose blood she was sporting was the cousin of the Gardeners team captain, so she thought he wouldn't be the most easy going in this game. The gardener captain was a tall man, white, styled hair, clean shaven with a little knick just below his chin. Clearly the sign he's started shaving his own face after last weeks game. Let's open that cut up "Stop it." She said to herself, "it's just a game, no one needs to get hurt." But someone will, either us, or them. Valerie hated to admit it, but she was right. The two captains shook hands and the Gardener whispered in Edges ear. Edge, a stocky man, bald head and a thick beard, turned round, his face white and ghost like. What he heard must have chilled him deeply. The score was in favour of the Gardeners and they were outnumbering the Barbers with 6 to 4, it was just Edge, Valerie, Soap, and old barber, a veteran of the century war and Tyson, Edge's pet chihuahua. A very small animal with a styled Mohawk between his ears. As He looked ridiculous, had little impact on the game, but he was very distracting and the crowd loved him. Whilst she was looking at the miniature dog, she saw him barking at Edge, who had two Gardeners laying into him. They stepped back as he collapsed, a pile of black cloth, beard and tattoos. She saw them laughing as time seemed to slow, and squaring up to Tyson, ready to attack the mascot. Tyson! "Don't worry Valerie, we've got this" she said reassuring the voice in her head. Valerie charged the two Gardeners before they could get too close to the dog, she slit the throats of the young one in one quick flurry with her straight edge. At the same time she grabbed the ponytail of the other and dragged him to the floor then started kicking his head, turning it to a bloody mush, glistening on the grounds. The crowd went silent, clearly in shock of this display of violence. She let out a deep breath, then slowly turned to the Gardener captain, his face whiter than Edge's was at the start of the match. Valerie wasn't in control now. She flicked her straight edge, cleaning it in an instant, she'd clearly done this before the Garner worried... "Her", Longshanks said to his hooded associate. "We want her in the Barbers Guild." "But, but she's uncontrollable, unhinged, unhealthy!" "She's perfect. She's fury, rage and beauty." The associate looked across the pitch at Valerie. Her thick black hair, messy and stuck to her face in a mix of blood, saliva and sweat. "Beauty?" He questioned, "are, are we looking at the same woman?" "Just picture it, the revenue. She'll draw them in for her beauty before the match, then keep them there with her displays of violence. Perfect to elevate this start up Guild to the big leagues." Longshanks started to laugh, the only sound in the crowd of people watching Valerie sat in the middle of the pitch, stroking Tyson, both of them covered in the Gardeners teams blood. "Calm and Cool. Calm and Cool." Valerie repeated over and over to herself and the little dog.
  18. We've got some nice new products for Guild Ball over at Art of War Studios - Upgrade token sets for Grace and Benediction, and individual Union player sets - for those of you who use Union in your line-ups. Come check it out! https://art-of-war-studios-ltd.myshopify.com/collections/guildballcompatible
  19. A few of us were talking and we're going to need to get some clarity on this situation as we're making our Summer Con plans. http://steamforged.com/sfg-news-blog/regional-qualifiers-gotta-catch-em-all Steamforged.com states that Texas Games Con is June 3-4, but then it calls it 'The Texas Games Con' (also known as TheGameCon) which happens in Galveston. https://thegamecon.com/ https://www.facebook.com/thegamecon/ However; Texas Games Con is also a name used by WargamesCon and that happens in Austin in August. Texas Games Con is actually WargamesCon. Also formerly, BoLS Con. The owner changed the name for 1 of the years to Texas Games Con because the Austin media outlets, i.e. News and Newspapers wouldn't print the event with the word "War" in it. He's since changed it to its original name, WargamesCon. http://www.wargamescon.com/ General Information Contact: wargamescon@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/pg/warGamesCon Neither CON's website lists the event at all, thus further muddying the waters. Please help clarify this Steamforged and community. Thank you! Lastly, we need to know if there is a last chance qualifier at the con
  20. After our brilliant 32-player and 8-team event on the weekend just passed, The Heroic Play are going to be back with another Guild Ball tournament for all you lucky folks. Another new venue this time, Grange Live Gaming (Bravo One) is a new and flourishing entertainment and activity site in Birmingham City Centre approximately 10 mins walk from Birmingham New Street station! Tickets are available here Player Pack is available here The event will be a 32-player Regional Cup Event, following the latest organised play document. Timings: Arrival: 09:00 Registration: 09:15 1st Round: 09:30 - 11:20 Break: 11:20 - 11:30 2nd Round: 11:30 - 13:20 Lunch: 13:20 - 14:00 3rd Round: 14:00 - 15:50 Break: 15:50 - 16:00 4th Round: 16:00 - 17:50 Break 17:50 - 18:00 5th Round: 18:00 - 19:50 Results, Prizes & Thank you's Venue: Bravo One Grange Live Gaming 93 - 99 Holloway Head Birmingham B1 1QP Facilities: There are toilets on site, and Bravo One should hopefully have its own on site café up and running ready for the event. Parking: The site doesn’t have any parking attached to it, however there are plenty of car parks nearby and the site is approximately a 10 minute walk from Birmingham New Street Station if training it is a more preferable way of getting there for you. Player List: Russell McElroy Michael Rees Andrew Jones Martin Walters Martin Thirlwell Graeme Nicholls William Inglis Paul Horton Matt Cook David Wildey Jonathan Leigh Peter Burgess Rich Green Russel McCann David Albiston Andy Thomas Myk Myers Rob Bell Paul Sutton Stephen Easton Anna Morley Owen Carmichael Jason Mountain David Mustin Mike Smith John Lee Pellett Daniel Harwood Pat Vance Pete Coyle Andy Brown Simon Adams Jonny Cannon Reserves: 1)
  21. Hello, everyone! Making the transition from lurker to contributor. I'm new to the GB scene, having recently picked up the Fish. As the post suggests, I am in the DC area. Am looking forward to lowering the quality of discourse on the boards!
  22. Hi, My name is Mikael and I'm from Quebec Canada (near Montreal). I just started playing Guild ball 2days ago using the kick off box. I played 2 vassal games before and decided to jump in the game. I played the union and the Brewers. Thought I like unions but finally I'm sticking with the Brewers and looking for way to score between two bashing sessions. Glad to meet you guys! Can't wait to hear your stories and find new tactics.
  23. First of all, thanks for booking for The Heroic Throw Down Team Tournament. We’re looking forward to having you all at the event and hope that you have a great day playing Guild Ball; or a second day if you plan to be with us for the Regional Cup event on the Saturday as well. You will need a team of 3 players - each player can play a different guild, or all can play the same there are no restrictions on what Guilds can be played. Once you have booked a ticket via TieBreak if you can email a Team Name and the names of all the players in your team to: theheroicplay@gmail.com I can update the event details. Amongst your team, you will need to nominate a player to fulfil each of the three roles: Striker, Midfielder and Defender. These roles will be fixed throughout the event and will determine who you play each round. Details of the format in more depth can be found in Regional Cup Document (starting on page 6) found here: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/56728f72a128e6b1e548ec55/t/5847f98ce6f2e130d8614e35/1481111950755/Guild+Ball+Regional+Cup.pdf Timings: Arrival: 10:00 Registration: 10:15 1st Round: 10:30 – 12:20 Break: 12:20 – 13:00 2nd Round: 13:00 – 14:50 Break: 14:50 - 15:00 3rd Round: 15:00 – 16:50 Results, Prizes & Thank you's You can download the rulebook here: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/56728f72a128e6b1e548ec55/t/5836b3986b8f5ba7a0d3a82a/1479979944479/GB-Season3-Rulebook.pdf The current errata can be downloaded here: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/56728f72a128e6b1e548ec55/t/571f457f1bbee028fade6d80/1461667201032/GB-S2-Errata-Apr21.pdf Things to bring with you: Rulebook Models & Stat Cards Chess Clock & Stop Watch – or smartphone/tablet with equivalent apps Tape Measure, Counters, Tokens etc that you may need Venue: Griff & Coton Cricket Club Heath End Road Nuneaton Warwickshire CV10 7JQ Booked Teams 1) Monkey Hanger's Guild 2) Fluff 'n' Stuff 3) Crutchy McBrickfish
  24. Hey all, we've been think about it for a while and decided to bite the bullet and go big or go home, and by go big we are going to run a 32-man Guild Ball regional cup style tournament! So we decided to bite the bullet and go big or go home, and by go big we are going to run a 32-man Guild Ball regional cup style tournament! We’re looking forward to having you all at the event and hope that you have a great day playing Guild Ball. This event will have a raffle with the proceeds going to WAAC, and the prize for that is a pro-painted complete Engineers Team! Lunch is included in the ticket price and will be a buffet style affair, the venue is a cricket club, so you can have a pint or two to wash it down with, NICE. The event conditions will be as per the Regional Cup Guidelines found in the latest Organised Play Document here: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/56728f72a128e6b1e548ec55/t/5847f98ce6f2e130d8614e35/1481111950755/Guild+Ball+Regional+Cup.pdf Timings: Saturday Arrival: 10:00 Registration: 10:05 1st Round: 10:30 - 12:20 Break: 12:20 - 12:30 2nd Round: 12:30 - 14:20 Lunch: 14:20 - 15:00 3rd Round: 15:00 - 16:50 Break: 16:50 - 17:00 4th Round: 17:00 - 18:50 Break: 18:50 – 19:00 5th Round: 19:00 – 20:50 Results, Prizes and Thank You’s We have the room until 22:00 on Saturday and last orders at the bar are called at 21:45 so people can sit around chat and play casual games until around that time and then depart to where you’re staying for the evening. Sanctioning will be applied for once we reach the relevant number of players. You can download the rulebook here: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/56728f72a128e6b1e548ec55/t/5836b3986b8f5ba7a0d3a82a/1479979944479/GB-Season3-Rulebook.pdf The current errata can be downloaded here: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/56728f72a128e6b1e548ec55/t/571f457f1bbee028fade6d80/1461667201032/GB-S2-Errata-Apr21.pdf Things to bring with you: Rulebook Models & Stat Cards Chess Clock & Stop Watch – or smartphone/tablet with equivalent apps Tape Measure, Counters, Tokens etc that you may need Venue: Griff & Coton Sports & Miners Welfare Club (Shows as Griff & Coton Cricket Club on google maps) Heath End Road Nuneaton CV10 7JQ Player List 1) Andrew Jones 2) Daniel Harwood 3) Thomas Simms 4) David Mustin 5) Rich Padget 6) Adam Holmwood 7) Chris Smith 8) David Wildey 9) Jonathan Leigh 10) Kevin Horseman 11) Dominic Lee 12) Sherwin Matthews 13) Luke Smith 14) Tom Jewell 15) Dominic Reeves 16) John Lee Pellet 17) Aaron Wilson 18) Dan Bailey 19) Martin Thirlwell 20) Peter O'Sullivan 21) Rick Morson 22) Rich Green 23) Pat Vance 24) Philip Earles 25) Russell George 26) Pash Korniyenko 27) Billy Fitzmaurice 28) Pete Coyle 29) Russell McElroy 30) Dave Aston 31) Rob Smith 32) Aaron Boyhan Reserves 1) Rhys Philips (paid)
  25. Good morning (to some!), Can anyone recommend a painting service for Guild Ball in the USA? I realize now, that I don't have the time to paint all of the models I've bought and I'd love to send them to a painting service to finish them. Thanks for your time! -Quuids
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