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  1. Hi guys, it's me again, your friendly/frozen solid northern (proper North, not that just above London north) henchman here! I cordially invite you to try A Scottish Som'er. As it's such a rare event places are limited to 16, so please be quick. Som'er is in ABZ Games in Aberdeen Market on Saturday 20th May at 1000 (truly a one-day event as it is every year). It is a fixed faction event with a twist: Game 1 is 40ss, Game 2 is 45ss and Game 3 is 50ss. We will have prizes, fun and goodie bags, with a £10 entry fee. I will post up the Schemes and Strategies nearer the time and whip Kit into making me tickets, but PM me here or on Facebook if interested. 1. Ben Cairns 2. Sean Watts 3. Joe Taylor 4. Jonny West 5. Victoria West 6. Gareth Henry 7. Paul Campbell 8. Ian Lacey 9. Michael Arnott 10. Ross McGinnes 11. Collomn Pollon 12. Stew Allen 13. Martyn Nicol 14. Justin Matters 15. 16.
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