DOYLE IRISH STICK FIGHTING
WHISKEY STICK FACTION
Doyle Irish Stick Fighting (nicknamed Rince an Bata Uisce Bheatha, or "Dance of the Whiskey Stick") is a devastatingly effective two-handed combative system developed well over 200 years ago by the Doyle family in Ireland. This system was brought to Canada in the early 1800s via a Doyle who settled in the rough and tumble landscape of the Atlantic's Newfoundland coast.
The Whiskey Stick Faction is named out of respect for the history of the Doyle system.
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Glen Doyle is trained in the art of bataireacht, or Irish stick-fighting. Knowledge of this particular set of skills was, for generations, the exclusive domain of those in the Doyle clan.
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