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Re: SG-7 Hull

Postby admin » 16 Jul 2010 14:58

Thanks for all your dedication to SG1 and SG7, Neil! 8)
I hope everything with the house and job continue to go well.
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Re: SG-7 Hull

Postby Matt T » 16 Jul 2010 16:13

Thanks for everything Neil, it was a joy, if a little bit painful on the odd occasion :wink:

I will definitely be carrying out some drills in the back garden to try and not let what I have learnt go to waste. And I am sure I will be along for a couple of informal sparring sessions.

Enjoy your new house and the training.

I look forward to the point in the future when SG7 reopens.

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Re: SG-7 Hull

Postby The Guardsman » 17 Jul 2010 10:09

I will definetely try to hold at least two informal sessions a month even if they are just an hours sparring practice.
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Re: SG-7 Hull

Postby Andy O » 17 Jul 2010 17:24

Just to Echo what Matt said, Cheers Neil.

My leg was hurting like hell on friday. Seems okay now. also picked up a waffle print on my head at some point!
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Re: SG-7 Hull

Postby stu » 17 Aug 2010 13:06

I don't know if you're interested, but I have a couple of weeks when I'm not fencing (translation, I'm bored), and I know we discussed the possibility of my bringing some sabre gear down and comparing sabre technique to things like stick work. If anyone might be interested on doing an informal session on that sort of thing, let me know.
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Re: SG-7 Hull

Postby Rob. N » 11 Jan 2011 12:50

hello there.

have classes resumed here? i haven't heard much from any one?

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Re: SG-7 Hull

Postby admin » 11 Jan 2011 17:53

There are no formal SG7 classes running at the moment, but I believe Neil may be occasionally having training sessions with a person or two.
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Re: SG-7 Hull

Postby The Guardsman » 12 Jan 2011 13:39

There are no formal sessions for SG-7

I will not be holding any informal classes until after May 2011
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Re: SG-7 Hull

Postby Rob. N » 13 Jan 2011 12:09

Ok then. i will get practicing until then :D
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