New table year off to a flying start (Literally), We were joined by Caversham Table and tried to get around the course in a hovercraft.
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This year’s cycle excursion was to Bruges (or Brugge if you’re Belgian). 14 of us attended and enjoyed a weekend of Beer, good food and some excellent cycling (that part of Belgium is extremely flat, if a little windy).
We also visited Ypres (Ieper) on the way back to the ferry to continue the war theme which many of these cycle trips seem to have.
One of the most important parts of tonight’s AGM ceremonies.
The details for this years Bonfire & Fireworks are now available, please click on the Bonfire link towards the top of the web page.
Six of our number (actually three Tablers and three 41 club members) Â took part in (and finished!) a Triathlon on the 20th of June. Looking at the photographs below, my suggestion is that they might want to ride, instead of pushing, the bikes next year. Well done to them all for an admirable achievement.
Post Match report from Adam S.:
“Results are posted. Really, well done to all especially Mr. Bate with a sparkling finish of just over 1 hour 5 minutes, good for 91st place out of 364 entrants (75th percentile if my pre-prep maths lessons remain true). In individual timings just among our august group, Mr. Bate wins the swim and bike timings, with myself leaning in first in the run total. Mr. Rudman was second in both the swim and bike, and Mr. Bate with a strong silver placement in the run (though Mr. Winterburn could have improved his pool time if he hadn’t paused for the apres-swim jacuzzi and liniment rub-down). Most importantly, no one got the dreaded DNF, or the even more dreaded COIADTCA (carted off in ambulance due to coronary arrest). I also believe Mr. Hampton is to be deducted one minute from his total time for each Stella provided so a superb finish.”
IPC Richard Winterburn and ex-community officer Rick Sinfield attend the opening of the Memorial Garden at St Mary’s Church. Table are donating the book of remembrance, thanks to the chairman’s gift.
Short clip of some of tablers taking a game of Tennis very seriously at our recent Wii games night.