I agree - even though (when we Lieutenants together) he always pinched my pipe tobacco. His Dad and mine were old chums in Canterbury, Kent a million years ago.Darkershadeofblu said:
To be fair Brigham mate,brigham600 said:Seeing as my original post was deleted coz I dared to question the award to a certain officer, I shall repost this.
Well done to Wayno who has done an awful lot for promoting Rugby League in the RN and a who lot more besides. Congrats mate.
I shall now have to bite my lip and not make a comment about one of the awards to an officer whom I know and is NOT deserving of such an award. The old school tie and back slapping wins again.
Congratulations Slim on getting the Bath. Don't let the water run too long :wink: :lol:slim said:Are you on it? Check to see if your B13 for Lord or Knight has been issued see:
Agreed. He has been seriously involved in setting up RN Rugby League (from nothing) in the past ten years. He also grafts like **** at Talybont. Well deserved, and congrats Wayne.Seadog said:
This Honours List reflects and pays tribute to outstanding achievement and service right across the community and the nation as a whole.Levers_Aligned said:Agreed. He has been seriously involved in setting up RN Rugby League (from nothing) in the past ten years. He also grafts like **** at Talybont. Well deserved, and congrats Wayne.Seadog said:
OPDEFs are a fact of life but I've yet to see a sport OPDEF. Maybe the awards to engineers were for innovative OPDEF resolutions that saved the day Scotty style. Is that not so, safewalrus?Actually with all the Opdef and other rubbish that they goes on about I'm suprised that ANY names have been mentioned,