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Biggar 6's

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  1. Interview With Rikki Duncan

    Alan thank you, hopefully by next year we may resemble a football team lol
  2. Interview With Tony Cherry

    Well done, wishing you well in the future, hope you get back to a clean bill of health
  3. Well done wishing you every success for the future
  4. Walking Football General Knowledge 1

    I just completed this quiz. My Score 40/100 My Time 120 seconds  
  5. Well that’s me just returned from Peebles, my trusty guide Frgus left me there to go to Edinburgh, I stayed and joined in the Football, they play indoors, the same system as I’m hoping to arrange in our sessions, it is good but very quick 5a-side, I sweated buckets. We were made very welcome by the group, we sat and chatted had a hot beverage and chocolate biscuit with them before we got started with the football, Fergus stayed to watch for a while then left, I stayed and played a few games they had three teams of five and rotated these. They talked about possibly arranging a friendly with Biggar Walking Football after the new year. There are good opportunities for our group BWF, to join in with the border teams in league or competitions, this might include other groups from South Lanarkshire, everthing is still in early stages of organisation. A seed was sown yesterday now we feed it into fruition. Big thank you to Peebles Walking Football for their warm welcome and hospitality.
  6. Interview With Bernard Roddy

    Good on you Bernard. I'm 68 and I started the Walking Football in Biggar South Lanarkshire Scotland, as like you I had itchy feet longing to kick a ball again but nowhere to go, so like '' a field of dreams'' build it and folk will come, we have been going 20 weeks now, and have a group of 24 including 5 females. fortunately the group don't all turn up at once, we've had 9 aside, which works out ok as there is always space, due to people walking not running. Folk are getting fitter and the old skills are coming back, like you we all love it. I hope you get your goal soon if not i'll send you a few of mine lol. keep walking keep shooting.
  7. I just completed this quiz. My Score 55/100 My Time 96 seconds  
  8. Play Walking Football in Marbella, Costa Del Sol

    I've started walking football in Biggar South Lanarkshire Scotland, now into having played our 3rd session, it's taking off, I have mixed group females over 40 male over 45, the most difficult part is the concentration in not running, natural instinct is run after the ball, as you said it is pass to feet plus first touch. I'm 68 now but i played ordinary 7's till I was 57, but missed having a kick about, thus started this up. congrats on setting this up wishing you every success, Rikki Duncan.
  9. Tonight we kick off at 7pm Biggar Sports Centre, the first ever game of walking football to be played in Biggar, history in the making, we have also had donations of 4 footballs and two sets of bibs. So here's hoping it all takes off and more people show an interest. And we'll be up and walking.
  10. Biggar 6's

    This is a cross post from a topic: Biggar 6's Tonight we kick off at 7pm Biggar Sports Centre, the first ever game of walking football to be played in Biggar, history in the making, we have also had donations of 4 footballs and two sets of bibs. So here's hoping it all takes off and more people show an interest. And we'll be up and walking.
  11. until

    Hi, I would just like firstly to say thank you for accepting the Biggar 6's into this Walking Football group, it has been a long 5 months in getting here, working over the internet to try to get support, posting in local groups looking for interested parties to forward names, until I had accumulated enough for two 6 a-side teams of mixed sexes, We had our first meeting on Wednesday 21/6/17, this was just a basic walking football discussion re how the game works, I got access to the pitches and a ball, then took the group out and talked some more, passed the ball about, the more kicks the easier it became to get the buzz about the game installed, then they suggested we go for Wednesday 28/6/17 7pm as the kick off time and birth of our Walking Football 6's, this will be a historical date, the first ever Walking Football game played in Biggar. To see my dream coming to reality was amazing, to see strangers become friends, to feel the energy of my hopes being worthwhile, yup it sure is worth it all, the vision was getting older people, lonely people, out of the house onto the football pitch, kicking a ball, meeting people chasing depression away, a group who would be supportive of each other. Remembering a stranger is just a friend you've yet to meet. The road is there before us to journey down, now that the team is up and Walking.

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