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Thread: Scottish Grappling Challenge II 20th March 2011 Results

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    Default Scottish Grappling Challenge II 20th March 2011 Results

    Beginner U57
    1st Ryan Dukes (Colosseum Gym)
    2nd Conor Hyslop (Griphouse/DNFT)
    3rd Calvin Mclevy (Gladatorial Combat)

    Advanced U62
    1st Brian Hyslop (Griphouse/DNFT)
    2nd Iain Postlethaite (BJJ Scotland/Lycans)
    3rd Asa Rodgers (Aliveness Gym)

    Beginner U67
    1st Allan King (Team Unity)
    2nd Gianluca Palambo (D- Unit)
    3rd Conor Borthwick (Team Unity)

    Advanced U67
    1st Ally Mcrae (D-Unit)
    2nd Andy Cairns (D-Unit)
    3rd Robert Mackay (Aliveness Gym)

    Beginner U73
    1st Craig Harrower (Team Unity)
    2nd Karl Mcrae (Rick Youngs BB Academy)
    3rd Kris Urquart (Aliveness gym)

    Advanced U73
    1st Dean Reilly (Griphouse/DNFT)
    2nd Andy Burns (DNFT)
    3rd Darren Clarke (Team Unity)

    Beginner U79
    1st Ryan Bennett (BJJ Scotland/Lycans)
    2nd Ryan Brown
    3rd Steven Stuart (BOA)

    Advanced U79
    1st Gary Ward (D-Unit/DNFT)
    2nd Martin Delaney (DNFT)
    3rd Amro Boray (Volcano)

    Beginner U85
    1st Sean Clancy (Griphouse)
    2nd Ross Campbell (BJJ Scotland/Lycans)
    3rd Stuart Riddle (SMAC)

    Advanced U85
    1st Alan Johnston (D-Unit)
    2nd Scott Ward (DNFT)
    3rd Neil Laird (BJJ Scotland/Lycans)

    Beginner U91
    1st Kyle Littlejohn
    2nd Stephen Tipping

    Beginner +97
    1st Shaun Murney
    2nd Jamie Keegan

    Advanced +97
    1st Thomas Watson (D-Unit)
    2nd Marcelo "Manga" Fraguas (Team Unity)
    3rd David Killen (IFT)

    Beginner Absolute
    1st Steven Stewart (BOA)
    2nd Stephen Tipping
    3rd Kyle Littlejohn (Alivness Gym)

    advanced absolute

    1st Gary Ward (d-untit)
    2nd Martin Delaney (lanark mma)
    3rd Andy Burns (griphouse/ cougars Lair)

    Any mistakes or if anybody has team names for those I don't have, please let me know.

    Thanks to everyone again for a great day.

    Rob
    Last edited by staffie; 27-03-2011 at 06:46 PM.
    Rob McCrum, Pro BW. www.bjjscotland.co.uk

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    might be wrong but did Delaney not get bronze in the advanced absolute?
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    Ryan Dukes was from Cougars gym I think as well
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    Is that what it's called??
    Rob McCrum, Pro BW. www.bjjscotland.co.uk

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    Nah, Colosseum Gym I think, I meant Cougar as in he's the instructor
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    Cougars gym sounds better, lol
    Rob McCrum, Pro BW. www.bjjscotland.co.uk

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    I actually think Cougar's Lair would be an even better name!
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    I think amro boray is ur missing link from the abs, I think gary ward beat delaney and then amro faced scott ward and scott put him out, but then the ward bros done rock paper a think but not to sure it was a long day. and there were alot of dnft it was hard to keep up??

    I have 1 question, why did some guys choose to rock paper and scissors but other guys choose to compete against 1 another. what are the views on this??

    MY views on the competition were it was a good competition but i think jamie has pointed out this before so im not going to bring it back up but consistency of referee desicion must be final and no one should be influencing them to make any desicions, they are in that position for a reason because clearly they are experienced and understand the rules. I had a guy in a very heavy kimura and a person from the side had to advice the ref to stop this at that point, the guy that lost wasnt very happy but in all it might have been the best thing to do. I suppose you can see it from 2 sides of the coin,

    Another thing I would like to see is maybe advantage points getting put to good use as the sudden death first point wins thing isnt very concrete, some guys were having to sustain a takedown and hold the position for 3seconds which is fair enough to get the point but other matches as soon as the guy hit the deck with even a sprawl it was over, just another grey spot am trying to point out.

    ALL in ALL good competition the level of grappling in scotland has progressed which is encouraging to see, but it would be good to see other teams competing seeing as there are so bloody many of them in scotland!!! But every1 to there own thats my piece.

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    advanced absolute

    gold- gary ward (d-untit)
    silver- martin delaney (lanark mma)
    bronze- Andy burns (griphouse/ cougars Lair)
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDoctor!! View Post
    I have 1 question, why did some guys choose to rock paper and scissors but other guys choose to compete against 1 another. what are the views on this??

    Why compete against a team mate when you train and roll with each other day in day out.
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