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Discussion: Schedules for Reno

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May 17, 2013
LS
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Schedules for Reno
Does any of the older teams 75 and above feel left out when they are not scheduled to play at Golden Eagle complex in Sparks. The last time I checked, we all pay the same fees. We have not played there is at least 5 years. We go to Carson City to play and never complained. I have heard the story about a survey taken of the older teams not wanting to play there but cannot find any player or manager who ever took that survey. All we ask is that we be treated fairly or tell us that that the younger teams are the priority.
May 17, 2013
taits
Men's 65
4357 posts
While I did not & usually do not watch for Carson teams I have read that teams by age brackets I believe, are 'supposed' to be rotated to play there. That was posted by them a few years ago.
May 18, 2013
Jawood
Men's 50
794 posts
Maybe it's time to extend this huge tournament to yet another weekend (Dave would love that) and just play at Golden Eagle. No other complex compares to GE and everyone would like to play there. They just made it too nice!
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