Eight hardy souls, but more importantly, three new competition players, contested the May 26th WASPA at Chatswood’s Good Games store.
Neil Brenner, his son Jonty, and Fabrizio’s mate Tony Testa played with good spirit and learned tremendously during the evening.
Fabrizio opened the night with a 3-1 win against Johnny Ball, now committed to using his Tcha Snakes.
Interestingly, he found that not polishing the figures allowed him to get more curl from them, especially on the Extremeworks pitch. Two 1-0 wins against Simon Cole and Jonty weren’t enough to overcome Fabrizio’s total, after his emphatic 2-0 wins against the same players.
In the other group, Hermann benefitted from a head start courtesy of Steve’s 1-0 win against Mat Barrie, taking over the slot in Group A and then building on it with a solid performance in a 0-0 draw with Neil, before scoring his first competitive goals in more than 10 years in a 3-0 win against Tony.
In the final, Fabrizio hit the post several times, but put away one to seal a 1-0 victory.
The new Extremeworks pitches were well liked, and the new figures went down a treat with the new players.
Another big thank you to the Good Games team for hosting the night.