We have updated the date on this game for November 28th. We have also lowered the registration price to 35.00 for Pre-registration and 45.00 for late registration. It is still a field paint only event and the paint starts at 60.00 per case. It will be a tournament quality paint that has yet to be determined. I hope you all can come out and have some fun playing and learn some local history in the process.
On March 18th 1778 the British, led by Colonel Sir Charles Mawhood, crossed the Delaware River to forage for food. The American forces were also foraging the same area to feed their armies. The battle took place over the Alloway Creek at a place called “Quintons Bridge”. The Americans removed planks from the bridge after crossing as to not be followed by the British. This would prove to be a fatal error as another British detachment moved in on their side of the bridge. During the fighting some of the Americans tried to cross the river to escape. More than 30 American militia died in the river that day, only one in battle. The surviving American force was rescued by local militia from complete annihilation. It was far from a British victory as they could forage no farther and abandoned Salem County. How will it end this time around? You will have to build a bridge while foraging for food and fighting the opposing force to find out