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June 21, 2009
Bermuda Punch
Topic: Associations
Discussion: LVSSA Website

Is the LVSSA (Las Vegas) website up and running? I have not been able to access it and want to obtain info and entry form for the September tournament.
Feb. 6, 2009
Bermuda Punch
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Bad idea by SSUSA

We have a team meeting scheduled soon and as manager I am going to recommend we boycott all SSUSA tournaments because of this money grabbing move. SSUSA needs us more than we need them. I have yet to see a hotel rate SSUSA offers that can't be beat. So they stick it to you on entry fee then gouge some more with their hotel rooms. And, while I'm venting, St. George has also priced itself out of the market as well. When it costs a team $1,200 to $1,500 plus travel, lodging and meals it's much to expensive for me.
Jan. 6, 2007
Bermuda Punch
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: TourInament Info

I'm looking for information on two tournaments usually played early in March in the Phoenix area. I believe one is held in Sun City and the other in Mesa.
Anyone know who the contacts are and how to reach them?
Dec. 7, 2006
Bermuda Punch
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: TOC INVITEE'S --- Who's "GOING" --- Who's "NOT"

Union Mortgage of California 65 AAA will not be there.
Oct. 20, 2006
Bermuda Punch
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Vote on Changing SSWC Format!!!!!!!!

It's obvious to me the 50, 55 and 60s prefer the 3-day tournament probably because in most cases they would only have to miss work one day since they usually play Friday, Saturday and Sunday. As a 65 soon to be 70 I would vote to play 4 days. Some of the reasons include at 65 and over recovery time is slower; usually hotel rates are lower (important because most are on fixed incomes); and the chances of playing under the lights is nil. Perhaps it would be best to have 65 and overs play 4-days and the 50, 55 and 60s 3-days.
Oct. 10, 2005
Bermuda Punch
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: 2006 Tournaments

I am looking ahead to 2006 (which may be a mistake) for tournaments in Colorado and Idaho. If anyone has possible contact information or can point me in the right direction please let me know. 65renegades@sbcglobal.net
March 1, 2005
Bermuda Punch
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Catalyst bat

I was told Monday by a dealer in Michigan that a ASA approved version of the Catalyst is due to hit the market in four to six weeks. Other than that he didn't know anything about the ASA approved bat and had no idea if it would be as hot as the U-trip version.
Dec. 25, 2004
Bermuda Punch
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: LOOKING FOR ANDY ??

I have been informed Andy's name is Anderson. But I am still looking for a email or address where I might contact him.
Dec. 24, 2004
Bermuda Punch
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: LOOKING FOR ANDY ??

I am looking for a player named Andy who plays for a team named Vestin in Las Vegas. Anyone who can offer any info on contacting Andy would be appreciated. He came to my aid when I was injured in a Vegas tournament in early November.
Nov. 28, 2004
Bermuda Punch
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Mesa, AZ Tournament

Does anyone have any info on the Mesa, AZ tournament usually played in March?
Sept. 22, 2004
Bermuda Punch
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Bullhead City Info

In early March there was a tournament held in Bullhead City, AZ. Does anyone have any information on this tournament? I would like to contact the tournament director regarding possible 2005 dates.
Feb. 19, 2004
Bermuda Punch
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Where to find shorts with loops

I just purchased 15 pair through Teamwork Apparel. www.teamworkathletic.com
Also, www.Sport2000.com out of Florida sell them.
Jan. 25, 2004
Bermuda Punch
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: SUN CITY TOURNAMENT

Looking for info and contact person for Sun City (Az)Tournament usually held first week of March.
Jan. 24, 2004
Bermuda Punch
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: player looking for team

What position(s) do you play?
Nov. 28, 2003
Bermuda Punch
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: RATINGS

You've touched a sore spot with me. The National Rankings are a joke at best. In the current rankings and of those I teams I know, there are numerous mistakes such as teams listed two and three times in different age brackets; teams that have disbanded; and teams in the wrong age group. When the World Championships in the AA division was held in Roseville, CA, several years ago, I printed the entire National Rankings pointed out the corrected changes such as those mentioned above, and handed it to a member of the Rankings committee. Then I watched him throw it in the trash can. One team listed in the 60 AA disbanded 3 years ago. I know because I was the manager and still have the uniforms. The National Ranking committee should be looking at player names on rosters as well as team names. The team I play for at the present time is ranked 65 major and has been for several years. In our case the current ranking is not deserved. However, for us to get our ranking lowered all we need to do is change the team name and list another player as manager and none of the Ranking committee members would know the difference.
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