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Discussion: want to play senior softball

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Aug. 8, 2014
mean TC
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want to play senior softball
I'm a 65yr old man that can play softball, I live in Prescott AZ I would like to play in the A/I Division
Aug. 8, 2014
d45
136 posts
What is a1 division?
Aug. 10, 2014
Olden Slow
Men's 65
176 posts
MTC: I also live in Prescott and play on Monday and Thursday..I play in the A Division..My suggestion would be to go early tomorrow and talk to both divisions..They will figure out where you belong..Or go and sign up as an extra...
DuWayne...A is the highest...followed by the I division and lastly the B Division..But we have had several players jump from B to A recently...
Tom Townsen
Yavapai ( A Division )
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