French night

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French night

Postby Al » Wed Jul 28, 2010 9:57 am

I think all that went would agree that the French night was pretty good- nice and relaxed, got everyone mixing more. But did you realise that we were at the bleeding edge of fashion?
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Postby barnsie » Wed Jul 28, 2010 11:20 am

Very interesting. An enjoyable and relaxing evening. Shame we were so late off the water as it would have great to have started earlier. Alas we were beaten in the quarter finals and headed home at midnight.

Well doen to teh French contingent for organising.

Bye for now

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Postby leaky » Wed Jul 28, 2010 11:37 am

Let us not forget the fantastic efforts of the "One-arm Bandit Bruvvers" who did a great job of tossing the balls.......

Having some French Champion pents' did rather show how amazingly average the rest of us Brits were.

Perhaps next time, we'll all have to wear lucky Bowler Hats and re-dress the balance? Even if we have to cheat en pert? :shock:
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Postby KathynotB14 » Wed Jul 28, 2010 4:19 pm

well if you all very good, we may have a rematch at eth national, several sets are now in the uk thats to the french fleets generosity
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