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Discussion: Over 50 in CT
|July 15, 2007|
|Over 50 in CT|
Hi, I'm looking to find a team or league of over 50 or 55 to play in Connecticut. I played 33 years in the Bristol area.
I'm 55 and still in good shape. Not a star but a decent all around player.
This year is almost over but even for next year would be good.
Thanks, Dave R.
|July 15, 2007|
|Try Mario Silvestri at firstname.lastname@example.org. They have a 55 and over league in Vernon Ct.|
|July 17, 2007|
|Is this Davey Richardson?? I wish you lived in Jersey, you can play on my team anytime. I can't think of any other Dave R from the Riggers. Jeff Hitt|
|July 18, 2007|
How the heck are you. Remember that tourney in Danbury when the black guy asked you what we had to eat before the game?
Are you still playing ball. I played in Bristol up till 2 years ago when the team got too old and all the players were either hurt or too old to play.
Dick Tully still plays though.
e-mail me at..
If you want to chat.
Talk to you later, Dave R.
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