Army Group South

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Army Group South - ASL Club of Melbourne, Australia

Website link: Army Group South - ASL Club of Melbourne, Australia (is down since 2007). New website link: Army Group South - ASL Club of Melbourne, Australia.


On their website they wrote:

Army Group South (AGS) has a broad cross-section of players ranging from wily veterans and world class tournament champions to novices and casual players.  The overriding aim is to 
have fun and to enhance our knowledge of this most detailed and challenging World War II tactical combat board game.

If you're based in or around the Melbourne area and are remotely interested in or intrigued by ASL we recommend you pop on in to our next meeting to see the game played and meet the  
team.  Indeed there is no better way to enjoy the game than to have regular 'face to face' play with a variety of opponents of various skill levels. 

AGS has scheduled monthly meetings.  These meetings are normally on a Friday evening held at the Ashburton Public Library.

AGS also hosts one of Australia's annual ASL tournaments.  ANZACON is staged on or near the ANZAC Day weekend.


Newsletter

The newsletters of the club are found here.
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  • Volume 1, Number 3 November 2002
  • Volume 1, Number 2 July 2002
  • Volume 1, Number 1 March 2002
  • Special Edition 2001
  • August 1996
  • July 1996
  • June 1996
  • April 1996


Tournaments

As said AGS hosts one of Australia's annual ASL tournaments. ANZACON is staged on or near the ANZAC Day weekend. For more information of these, search the Tournaments pages.