[SCA-AE] ANNOUNCE: Court report of TRM’s Duncan and Ilish from Tournament of the White Hart
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Court report of TRM's Duncan and Ilish from Tournament of the White Hart on
February 23rd A.S. 42 held in the Shire of Port Oasis in the presence of Her
Excellency, Baroness Rowan, of the Barony of Blackstone Mountain as reported
by THL Matilda Bosvyle de Bela Acqua, Silver Buccle, with the assistance of
Lady Anlaith ingen Trena.
Baroness Rowan came before Their Majesties and swore her oath of fealty on
behalf of herself and Baron Tomas.
The Lord and Lady of the White Hart, Lord Bors of Rouen and Lady Amelia of
Shields, came forward with Don Corwyn Montgomery, Defender of the White Hart
to announce the Tournament winners. In the fencing list, Lord Clewin
Kupferhelbelinc, inspired by Lady Fredeberg von Katzenellenbogen, defeated
her in the final round and was named the new defender of the White Hart. In
the heavy weapons list, THLord Georg Eisenfaust was named Prowess Champion
for his winning score. THLord Alric of the Mists shielded only by the love
of his Lady, Catherine Vivian, impressed the gallery with his gallantry and
thus they were named the new Lord and Lady of the White Hart.
Members of House Prydeskeep delivered the 5th invitation to the Amethyst
Tournament (to be held in the Barony Marche of the Debatable Lands in
November) into the hand of THLord Aleric of the Mists.
Rignach inghean ui Conal was Awarded Arms for her dedication in helping her
Shire in many ways (scroll illum Anna Eisenkopf, callig Anlaith ingen
Tangwen verch Llewellyn was Awarded Arms for her service as Arts and
Sciences officer and general helpfulness.
Liliana McGregor received an Award of Arms for her enduring support of the
Shire and its fighters and fencers.
Lord Gunnarr the Smith was created a companion of the Order of the Keystone
for his long service, heavy labors and work as autocrat.
Lady Grace the Goode was awarded the Order of the Sycamore for her fine
skills at fiber arts, including spinning, felting and knitting.
Andrew the Goode was made a member of the Order of the Golden Alce for his
leadership, teaching and fencing skills in the lists.
Their Majesties thanked all those who assisted in making White Hart such an
enjoyable event and Her Majesty expressed a special gratitude to those who
stepped forward to serve as Their retainers during the day.
Court was closed.
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