The Appleton Tourney was held at Appleton after a failed smallfolk uprising. The tourney grounds were set up around the nearby town of Macetown.
Ser Horas the Brute defeated Ser Victor Ball after four tilts
Ser Garse defeated Ser Elwood Fossoway by unhorsing
Domeric Inchfield defeated Ser Arryk of Inchham after three tilts
Ser Hugh of the Trident defeated Ser Andros of Inchham by unhorsing
Ser Andrik of Inchham defeated Ser Lothor Hill by decision of Edmund Appleton after eight tilts
Ser Jonothor the Short defeated Ser Mark of Rosewyck by unhorsing
Ser Martyn Flowers defeated Harys Inchfield by unhorsing
Ser Calon of Starpyke defeated Ser Vickon of Oldtown by unhorsing
Ser Horas the Brute defeated Ser Andrik of Inchham after four tilts
Ser Calon of Starpyke defeated Ser Martyn Flowers by concession
Domeric Inchfield defeated Ser Hugh of the Trident by concession
Ser Garse defeated Ser Jonothor the Short after five tilts
Ser Martyn Flowers defeated Ser Horas the Brute by unhorsing
Domeric Inchfield defeated Ser Garse by unhorsing
Domeric Inchfield defeated Ser Martyn Flowers after six tilts in the final joust
Ser Domeric Inchfield named Ceryse Fossoway as the Queen of Love and Beauty, using the time to announce their betrothal to the attendees after the agreement was made in private between Lord Theomore Inchfield and Lord Raymun Fossoway.
Tanton Flowers, bastardized former heir of House Graves, sought assistance in reclaiming his position as heir to House Graves. At the end of the tourney, representatives of House Graves arrived in Macetown, forcing Tanton to flee in secret before he was discovered.