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Discussion: What 50 Major Plus Teams are going to the ASA in Burlington?

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Aug. 7, 2007
audieh
Men's 60
240 posts
What 50 Major Plus Teams are going to the ASA in Burlington?
Last year there were 5 teams there. We are planning on making it this year. The more the better! Hollis Appraisals.
Aug. 8, 2007
jah#4
Men's 55
551 posts
Audie
Hope there is a good turn out for the ASA. Tony Law puts on a very good tournry like Terry and Ridge he listens and works with the players and the teams. Might be the last year this tournament is on the east side of the US. All of the teams in this region should turn out for this one.
Hope your 50 team does well can not wait to see the team play you have some of the best players in the country. We will be playing in the 55 major division hope we get to talk a little maybe can go to Sonny for BBQ. ( don't tell Curt )
Don
Aug. 8, 2007
chollis
79 posts
Going to Sonny's, Don't tell Curt.......You just did!!! How is it going Don. I hear you have a great team assembled yourself. I would like to get to see them play. Maybe sometime soon! For the record, I've dropped 32 lbs. That is how much my swing weighed.
curt
Aug. 9, 2007
jah#4
Men's 55
551 posts
Curt
Glad to here that you lost tht wiegh. I hope you don't find it again, I eat so much BBQ at spring training I am now wanting it again. Hope to see your 50 team play. See you soon my friend
Don
Aug. 10, 2007
notretiredyet555
Men's 55
30 posts
Audieh, Curt and Don,
Ahhh, Spring BBQ Training in Jacksonville with some softball mixed in. Looking forward to next year!
I too would like to know who's going to ASA's. I will be there as a spectator.
NC just doesn't have many 50+ teams and I spent to much time in FL.
David (proud holder of the only trophy that made it off the interstate)
Aug. 10, 2007
chollis
79 posts
That is a fine trophy if I may say so myself. It was the toughest one out of the bunch because the rest of them disintegrated on contact with the pavement at 60 mph. LOL. I'm already looking forward to spring training 08. I hope I can talk Steve Manning into doing the BBQ again! Looks like we are not going to Burlington as there we not enough teams. Next tournament for us will be Vegas.
curt
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