The Sentinel Shield

Similar in spirit to the Kittyhawk Cup, the Sentinel Shield is a special ScaleACT competition where all entrants must build the same AFV kit. The kit must be build 'Out of the Box', but modellers can choose different paint schemes and decals.


  • 2021: (Held in Feb 22): Tony Allocca, Tamiya 1/48 T-55

  • 2020: Covid!!

  • 2019: Peter Davis – Tamiya Tiger 1 (Sturmtiger)

  • 2018: Peter Davis – Tamiya 1/48 Type 10

  • 2017: Clayton Ockerby. Matilda Mk. IV

  • 2016: Peter Davis. Tamiya 1/48 Daimler Dingo.

  • 2015: Chris Leeman. Tamiya 1/48 SdKfz 232.

  • 2014: Peter Davis. Airfix 1/48 BAE Warrior.

  • 2013: Shane Davis. Hobby Boss 1/48 Staghound.

  • 2012: Ian Lucas. Tamiya 1/48 Hetzer.

  • 2011: Shane Davis. Tamiya 1/48 Crusader.

  • 2010: Peter Farrugia. Hobby Boss 1/48 KV Heavy.

  • 2009: Chris Leeman. Dragon 1/72 Sdkz-thingy.

  • 2008: Chris Leeman. Dragon 1/72 Sherman

  • 2007: Chris Leeman. Dragon 1/72 T34/76

  • 2006: Chris Leeman. Revel 1/72 King Tiger

  • 2005: Chris Leeman. Dragon 1/72 M1A1

  • 2004: Rob Melvin. Emhar 1/72 A7V

  • 2003: Jerry Cashman. Revel 1/72 Cromwell

The name ‘Sentinel Shield’ is in homage to the AC1 Sentinel, the Australian-designed and manufactured tank produced during WWII.