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Memories, 2000

Submitted by Richard Hayward on Wednesday, December 17, 2008, 12:52 am
I was on the committe in 1999/2000 and have great memories of Nomads. I am presently a member of the British Club Bangkok. i am living in Kuala lumpur. BSC bangkok has a good atmosphere but nothing like the onsite facilities of Nomads. It certainly would be great to have a blog from old friends from the bar but also from old players from bowls , football and rugby. To name a few would be: alan, matt, chris, from the bar from the bowls ection of 2000 winners from cricket chris and from the rugby section and football to play a very slow game agin guys.

we could of course just blog.

anyway email is if you remember...drop by Kl and give me a ring.

June i still owe you a few coupons i think!


c'mon guys keep up the articles..hey Alan whit of your what about a bit from the bar?


Jena Fetalino Wednesday, December 17, 2008, 12:03 pm
Hi Richard,
We have two football tournaments slated in February and April. The first one is the Veteran's International Football Tournament and Andy Yates is organizing it. I will send you the flyer as you might be able to organize a team?
Alan Atkins Sunday, February 8, 2009, 10:32 am
Goodaye Richard,
Good to hear that you are still in the land of the living. It is a shame you left us, because at least you speak proper. Real treat to listen to you it was, like listening to the BBC on the bowling green. Thinking about it though, only you could live in Kuala Lumpar and find that the only club that would accept you as a member is in Bangkok. A bit far to go just for a beer, isn't it? Well, you know best, I suppose. I would be the last to ask as to why you fly to Bangkok on week-ends.


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