As comments have been so lovely and supportive and several have expressed a wish to know how the tournament ended, we will continue where we left off last week for this six. Though next week I fully intend to revert to my random scrolling method.
It seemed that Sir Anton had made an error and Lord Allemande was pressing his advantage to the full. Just at the last second, a shift of balance by
Sir Anton reversed the deficit and gave him the victory.
The crowd roared its approval for a match well fought and a triumph earned. Both men lowered their weapons wearily. Anton raised his arm in acknowledgement of the spectators’ admiration. Geoffrey exhaled in a
pungent mixture of misery and relief.
That is all for me this week. I'll be visiting off visiting the other Six Sentence Sunday authors throughout the day, and I hope you will be too.