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    Alan Macdonald

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    BCA Residential Course

    Post by Alan Macdonald on Sun Nov 30, 2008 8:44 pm

    Having arrived back fresh?!! from the BCA course this weekend, felt compelled to post a quick pre-emptive comment on the quality, variety and expertise that was on show over the four days. The volume of experience patiently imparted by these top guys, Geoff and Peter, Rick Young, Mo Teague, John Skillen, Kevin O'Hagen, Mike Liptrot, assisted by Al Peaseland and Iain Abernethy was inspiring and the family atmosphere uniquely inherent to the BCA was in evidence throughout. A big thank you to all involved. Going to relax in a Radox bath for an hour or two.......!
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    Davey

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    Re: BCA Residential Course

    Post by Davey on Sun Nov 30, 2008 9:39 pm

    hehe

    Well said, got back about 3pm today myself and yes it was absolutly fan F****n tastic I loved every minute of it, everyone was great and nice to chat to, even the top guys you spoke about above made time to chat to you and have a pic taken, Cant stress enough what a great time I had, I'd like to say my fave bit was Rick Young but everything was on a par, everything was top knotch, I supose I should say a bit that inspired me the most was Rick Young, hes skills will stick with me for a long time. oh and Kevin Ohagan, brilliant.

    I could go on and on and on about the course but I'm nackerd Smile

    Great Course and Great bunch of people attended it... Nice one everyone.
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    jimmyfatwing

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    Re: BCA Residential Course

    Post by jimmyfatwing on Mon Dec 01, 2008 11:40 am

    It was an excellent w/e of training, story telling and socialising. I met some great people and came away with some new buddies (and the odd bruise). And of course the training was ace!

    Managed to have a 2min chat with Al as I was on my way out Sunday after Kevin's session...and Im looking forward to training with Al in Feb. Such a nice guy to chat with and that earned my respect there and then.

    Great w/e!
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    Mick Tully
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    Re: BCA Residential Course

    Post by Mick Tully on Mon Dec 01, 2008 1:18 pm

    I had a great day
    shame i only got the saturday though
    great to meet up with you all
    mick x
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    Mick Tully
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    Re: BCA Residential Course

    Post by Mick Tully on Mon Dec 01, 2008 1:20 pm

    I had a great day
    shame i only got the saturday though
    great to meet up with you all
    sid stretched my back bjj style....where was al when i needed him? ;-(
    mick x
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    Alan Macdonald

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    Re: BCA Residential Course

    Post by Alan Macdonald on Mon Dec 01, 2008 9:59 pm

    It was a shame that you only got Saturday in mate. Would've liked to have trained a bit with you. Oh, and that drink we talked about!!!
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    Mick Tully
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    Re: BCA Residential Course

    Post by Mick Tully on Tue Dec 02, 2008 12:36 am

    The drink is still on offer Alan
    great to see all the FFMA guys
    Mr.Fatwing i'm sorry i did not get a chance to talk to you.....see you next time
    mick x

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