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Discussion: Tampa world 55\'s teams

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Oct. 22, 2006
jah#4
Men's 55
551 posts
Tampa world 55's teams
Just received an email here is the teams in the 55 division
Angle Inn
Connecticut Sportplex
Carolina allstars
Kaysons Grill
All State
Varsity Ct./ LL roofing
Delaware Legends
Team Florida
Florida Storm
Look like a very strong tournament
Oct. 22, 2006
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2617 posts
I'm familiar with most of the teams.

Who are Carolina allstars, Delaware Legends and Team Florida Gulfshore? What teams did these guys formerly play with?

It looks like alot of great competition.

I'm trying to leave Wednesday evening so I can hit at the Woodlawn Hitting Club in St. Pete at 8:00am on Thursday.
Oct. 22, 2006
jah#4
Men's 55
551 posts
Bruce
The Delware Team is a AA team. the Carolina team is a New team that we played against some of them in Hendersonville couple years ago I believe.They are a AA or AAA at best if it the same ones.
Don
Oct. 22, 2006
razer
11 posts
Hey Bruce, let me know if you get down on wed. would like to go to woodlawn with you.
Razer-Ray Brwon
Oct. 22, 2006
rabbit
Men's 65
295 posts
Hi Don, I have also recieved a email naming 6 of the teams that are playing the 50 Division, there is suppose to be 10 teams, but these are the only ones they know right now, C & D transport, Lemay Contracting, Moose, Pensacola Merchants , Estes Bail Bond, and my team Indiana Classics, I know who the Merchants are, and I think Estes is a Major plus team, but i do not no of the other three teams, have you ever heard of any of these teams, Rabbit
Oct. 22, 2006
cpope
Men's 60
160 posts
Boy, with that bunch I am glad I am playing 60 ball. You guys make sure you stop buy and say "HI"

Suncoast Sunrays 60 Major
9am Friday Radis Pk.

Charlie
Oct. 23, 2006
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2617 posts
Razer, here is a link to Pops44's website:
http://p086.ezboard.com/fwoodlawnhittingclubfrm2

There are directions in one of the threads.

We will be leaving Marietta after work on Wednesday, driving to Lake City, Fl and spending the night there. I need to leave Lake City Thursday morning early enought to get to St. Pete by 8:00am.
Pops44 was kind enough to post his phone number just in case we get lost.
I hope to see you Thursday morning.
Bruce

Rabbit, I am thinking that Lemay Contracting is a north east Fl. team that picked up a couple of our players this year. They don't play many tournaments outside of Florida Half Century. They have a great sponsor and look impressive on the field, each with matiching unifiorms, something I'm not used to. I watched them play in the Springnationals and would say they are a major team.
Oct. 23, 2006
rabbit
Men's 65
295 posts
Thanks Bruce and Charlie, well that means we will probably be the weakest team there, but will still give it all we got,you only get better playing good teams, Rabbit
Oct. 23, 2006
jah#4
Men's 55
551 posts
Rabbit
the Lemay tam is a major tea a very good hitting club. the Pensacola is rated AAA We wached them a couple of weekend ago Depends on what rules are played if they have everyone they can beat a lot of Major teams a great group of guys. You are right estes is major +
See you in Fla.
Don
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