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Sean Barker

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Sean Barker last won the day on August 22 2017

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About Sean Barker

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    IT guy and general dogs body
  • Birthday 10/07/1959

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    Male
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    In a world of my own imagination
  • Interests
    Cycling obviously, particularly all things Saracen related.
    I love to discuss theology with Chris Kent, half wheel Mick Hazlewood and talking the ears off Dave Mitchell. For everyone else I just like to hear them laugh.

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  1. Happy birthday Judy Hope you have a great day
  2. Happy birthday Ivor We both hit a milestone this month
  3. I am deeply saddened to hear of Eddie's passing. Having sat alongside him for a couple of years on the committee and witnessing his drive, enthusiasm and utter devotion to the club and how he led from the front in resurrecting the Saracen from its slumber was inspiring. We all owe him a debt of gratitude. A special man and truly irreplaceable. My thoughts like all of us go out to Mavis and family at this difficult time
  4. Happy birthday Eddie Hope you hsd a great day
  5. Wishing you a speedy recovery Leigh
  6. Leigh, now you know I'm a vegetarian
  7. Great to see that your sense of humour is intact
  8. Thanks guys Celebrating the big 60 with a holiday in Peru
  9. Belated birthday greetings Dave
  10. I'm a little late Kevin but happy belated birthday gteetings from Peru
  11. Happy birthday Hannah
  12. Happy Birthday Mike, you old dog Or should that be frog?
  13. Yesterday I enjoyed my first foray into the exciting and rewarding world of classic battle reenactment. My introduction into this fascinating pastime was the reenactment of the three Punic wars. I took the part of the fledgling Roman empire, while a nest of wasps who had taken up residence under a lavender plant housed in a large metal planter in the courtyard played the part of the established and all powerful carthaginian empire. It was during a particularly chaotic period of the Third Punic war that one of the carthaginian foot soldiers blindsided me and from the ranks dilivered a painful sting. I fought on bravely and wheras the Romans finally ended the Carthaginian empire by ploughing salt into their lands to render them unusable, I did similarly by ploughing Nippon wasp killer into the fertile soil within the planter. As in the conclusion of the Third Punic War total victory was achieved. I now find myself in A&E with a severally swollen arm (I do react badly to wasp stings) wondering what the Hell do I tell them when they ask how it happened
  14. Wasn't there a problem with a buzzard in this very same place three or four years back?
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