Ayton 3rd-5th May, 2024

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Duplicated something...nothing to see here.
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Sold my race place today so will be there Sat/Sun. Friday isnt a bank holiday so I'll be stuck at work Im afraid. I'll be running at Wykeham on Sat morn but will be at the hall for 10 anyway I imagine.
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Just checking that everyone has games sorted out ok for the weekend. The page 1 table doesn't seem to fully match the attendees
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I think Marshallney is Shield Bashing on Saturday PM as well?
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Unfortunately I now have to take Caroline for a hospital appointment on Thursday afternoon so I won't get to Ayton until Friday pm sometime. Tim, Iain, I'm afraid I'll have to duck out of you Shiny Napoleonics game 😥😥 although I will endeavour to get there in time to witness the denouement.
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garyp wrote: Wed Apr 24, 2024 8:54 am Unfortunately I now have to take Caroline for a hospital appointment on Thursday afternoon so I won't get to Ayton until Friday pm sometime. Tim, Iain, I'm afraid I'll have to duck out of you Shiny Napoleonics game 😥😥 although I will endeavour to get there in time to witness the denouement.
Not to worry old chap, family matters always come first. Hope everything is all right.
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Hope all goes well Gary
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All the best with that Gary.

By 'denouement' presumably you mean the final, dismal rout of EB's few remaining troops?
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World2dave wrote: Mon Apr 29, 2024 12:05 pm By 'denouement' presumably you mean the final, dismal rout of EB's few remaining troops?
Stands to reason.

Hope all goes well Gary
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This is all very rude.
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