Year in review 2006 Bill who ?
For me , a year of spending each Saturday working and each Sunday at church . New out of town friends for me include Stephen Klump and Gino Bossio . Dave , you'll walk the Coleco event . Practice Stiga and shock them there ! Happy holidays to all > Bill Garrett
--- In email@example.com, Dave Kraehling <superdave3n2@...> wrote:
> Here, here Carlo and Sid. I think this year was one of the best tourament seasons. Alot of games were played and alot of friendships were rekindled. It was great to meet two gentlemen of fine talent in Kenny Dubois and Dr. Lou Marinof. As always, I do enjoy the challenges of competition. And danm it I'm going to get Carlo one of these tournaments now that I have solved my Martin delema. As you all know Mr Greg Peden and I live very close to each other and we spend alot of time honing our tablehockey skills, eventually we will be victorious in our quest to be Tablehockey giants. All that aside, I personnally want to say to each and everyone of you fine table hockey players, I look forward to next years competitions and I wish everyone much success on the board. I will be the first to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
> P.S. Santa is bringing me a Stiga game for Christmas...
> At the end of January, I will be visiting Las Vegas to support AJ Sarma's tournament, for those of you who are not going I hope you will cheer me on...
> bossiocarlo bossiocarlo@... wrote:
> Well here is my year in review. I had a few objectives for 2006,
> here they are:
> 1- I wanted to have fun. I had a great time.
> 2- I wanted to meet lots of new people. Did just that.
> 3- I wanted to run a succesful tournament. From people's comments
> like that went well.
> 4- I wanted to not just finish at top Coleco standings like 2005,
> but at top
> of the CCTHF standings all together. Did That!!!!
> As a bonus my brother finished 2nd at the Coleco standins and 3rd in
> CCTHF standings.
> You can view the final standings Coleco only here:
> Year in review, lets hear from others. Thanks and happy holidays.
> King Carlo
> The best gets better. See why everyone is raving about the All-new Yahoo! Mail.
- The year for me was all for the fun, no time in the sun....
I had a great time, tried to mellow out and be less competitive and less
The time for practice was out the window this year, so I did my best in
entering most events pretty cold this year. It really wasn't about my
performance anywats... it was all about Hawthorne this year! Next year I
will do my best to be kicking HIS ass, as that whole student beating the
teacher sydrome is almost in full swing! He is WAY good! We all have
something to be afraid of in that young gun!
Goals for 2007... back to top 3 in ccthf, seeing over 200 active members,
and seeing a new ccthf event emerge (maybe a munro, or at least another
T'was a great year boys! Time to lace 'em up for '07....
>From: "flyindutchman45" <sidkloosterman@...>_________________________________________________________________
>Subject: [ccth] Re: Year in review 2006
>Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2006 00:47:07 -0000
>Carlo, do you and I think about the same things at the same time all
>the time? Today at work, I thought I might write something about
>the '06 CCTHF season in review and, voila, here it is. You beat me
>to it. So, thanks for the supplying the specifics because I hadn't
>thought that far ahead yet.
>For those who don't know, Carlo and I hosted our first tourneys on
>the same weekend in '05 (oops, my fault), the Montreal league began
>on Nov.6 last year, the same day as our Peterborough league and
>Montreal's playoff day was also played on the same day as ours on
>Now, Carlo, if only I could think the same way as you do while
>playing table hockey then I would be ranked first. Oh well. I am the
>best 14th-ranked player I know. If someone can show me another one,
>well then I'll just...I'll tie him. That's what I'll do.
>Friendship and fun. Taking rivalries to new heights (Mark S), and
>creating new ones (Dave K, Justin) were the highlights of my year.
>My first objective was to land a spot in the final-4 at Mike's
>Hamilton tourney. Mr.Dave Kraehling ousted me in the round of 16.
>My next objective was win the Toronto Classic. Mr.Dave Kraehling
>again ousted me in the round of 16.
>Then, in the midst of an extremely busy time, my only hope for
>hosting the Peterborough Challenge was just to pull off. It barely
>crossed my mind that I would actually play the games. I came within
>one win of winning the damn thing. Go figure.
>And in Montreal I would make an "A" division appearance. Ya right.
>There are just too many great Coleco players in Quebec for that to
>happen. Doesn't mean I won't be back to play, though.
>For next year, the only objectives I have are for friendship and
>fun. And oh yeah, rivalries!
>--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "bossiocarlo" <bossiocarlo@...> wrote:
> > Well here is my year in review. I had a few objectives for 2006,
> > here they are:
> > 1- I wanted to have fun. I had a great time.
> > 2- I wanted to meet lots of new people. Did just that.
> > 3- I wanted to run a succesful tournament. From people's comments
> > looks
> > like that went well.
> > 4- I wanted to not just finish at top Coleco standings like 2005,
> > but at top
> > of the CCTHF standings all together. Did That!!!!
> > As a bonus my brother finished 2nd at the Coleco standins and 3rd
> > the
> > CCTHF standings.
> > You can view the final standings Coleco only here:
> > http://www.ccthf.com/mtlcoleco/ranking.htm
> > Year in review, lets hear from others. Thanks and happy holidays.
> > _________________
> > King Carlo
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