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Scottish Guy, been lurking a while.

Discussion in 'Introduction' started by FlashGordy, Oct 10, 2007.

  1. FlashGordy

    FlashGordy Regular Member

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    Hi guys,
    Thought I should properly introduce myself.

    I'm Gordon and live and study in Edinburgh. Been lurking around these boards long enough and feel I should start being constructive.

    Been playing badders since I was 7 to varying levels. Still play bout 3 times a week with uni and mates.

    That's about it methinks.

    Feel free to say hi,
    Gordon
     
  2. wood_22_chuck

    wood_22_chuck Regular Member

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    Welcome to BadmintonCentral, FlashGordy.

    -dave
     
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    Wow, you've been playing since 7!! Did you keep on playing while growing up? You must be really good by now. Hope to see you around these boards!!
     
  4. FlashGordy

    FlashGordy Regular Member

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    hmmmm

    I played all the way through, except for about one year when I was in 6th year at school. I somehow still managed to get picked for the Schools area tournament, and win the mixed, and was runner up in the singles and doubles.

    I am not very good though. I lack the fitness and footwork. I think I should be better than I am though.

    Gordon
     

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