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Twenty Questions to a Usual Suspect - GuildfordLI

By BrianC
July 21 2003

Todays victim is GuildfordLI here pictured during the World Tour of Edinburgh together with MrsGuildfordLI. Unfortunately, even with the photo magnified by 400% I still can't work out what he looks like.

Meet the family

Twenty questions to a 'Usual Suspect'


Real Name Gary Ash
Location Surprise, Surprise - Guildford
Occupation National Security Manager

Movie(s) Zulu, Saving Private Ryan & Waterloo
TV Programme(s) All rugby related, the rest a waste of space.
Book(s) Just read London Irish by Zane Radcliffe (superb) and any book by Sir Ranulph Fiennes
Music Queen, Celine Dion and then depends if we won or lost.
Radio Station(s) BBC Radio London, Classic FM, Jazz FM.
Food(s) Greek, Indian, Italian.
Drinks(s) AG – AG – Bushmills – AG - & sometimes apple juice.
Place(s) to visit Cyprus, around the Akamas peninsula
How long supporting LI? Since 1977 when I moved into the Sunbury area.
Best ever LI game (Excluding 2002 cup final) Powergen semi win over Queens and the Bris home game at the end of last season.
Favourite LI experience off pitch (Excluding 2002 cup final) Edinburgh tour Jan 2003 and the Murrayfield Hotel on game night then Scruffy Murphy’s, Pats day game against Northampton, the mixture of supporters and atmosphere was superb
How did you start supporting LI? Worked in the Sunbury area when I came out of the Army, a friend whom I played in the army with took me along, never looked back.
What are your non-rugby pastimes? Walking, touring, sharing time with friends.
Any Irish connection? Grandfather comes from Kerry, 40 members of the clan still live there.
Most likely to say? The supporter’s club dinner dance, you must go this year, what a night.
Least likely to say? The Craic was so quiet today ...
Tell us something about you we don't know. Managed the Army youth England team at the 1994 Royal Tournament assault course competition (winners of course) and played for Army A second row in my youth.

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