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Discussion: Winter Nationals update

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Nov. 11, 2007
SLUGGERS13
35 posts
Winter Nationals update
Here are some results from North Collier in Naples

50\'S MAJOR

1. Goodman\'s
2. Deerfield\'s
3. South Florida Blitz

55 Major Plus

1. Hollis Appraisals
2. Connecticut Sportsplex
3. Mission Softball

55 Major

1. The Titans
2. Master Collision
3. Georgia/Alabama Masters

60 Major Plus

1. Florida Raptors
2. Spicer\'s
3. New York Statesmen

60 Major When I left Joseph Chevrolet was playing Rochester Legends in the if game.
3. Naples Heat
Nov. 11, 2007
Dabigdawg3
67 posts
What about the 50AAA?
Nov. 11, 2007
SLUGGERS13
35 posts
I'm not sure they were at a differrnt complex
Nov. 11, 2007
bashbro1
Men's 60
266 posts
Nov. 11
Dabigdawg3
Division:
Posts: 26

Dabigdawg3: Thanks for the question! What I observed was the full gamut of bats from wood to aluminum to U-trip favorite composites and also some senior bats were being used. Our guys found that the harder the bat was to compress the better the big-ball rebounded off of it. The U2 and Senior Combats did no better that the wood bat or say the old C405 aluminum alloy. The old Green label Synergy + and Synergy 2 Red label were also favorites because they are harder bats than the U2.

Bashbro1 (Ruth 60ís Communications Officer/Webmaster/Player)
Nov. 11, 2007
bashbro1
Men's 60
266 posts
Nov. 11
Ken
Division:
Posts: 26

Dabigdawg3: Thanks for the question! What I observed was the full gamut of bats from wood to aluminum to U-trip favorite composites and also some senior bats were being used. Our guys found that the harder the bat was to compress the better the big-ball rebounded off of it. The U2 and Senior Combats did no better that the wood bat or say the old C405 aluminum alloy. The old Green label Synergy + and Synergy 2 Red label were also favorites because they are harder bats than the U2.

Bashbro1 (Ruth 60ís Communications Officer/Webmaster/Player)
Nov. 11, 2007
bashbro1
Men's 60
266 posts
Sorry DaBigDawg, the above reply was not suppose to be back to you and this post.

bashbbro1 now bashassbackwards1
Nov. 12, 2007
jc24
96 posts
Anyone have the 55AA or 55AAA final standings..

Thax
JC
#24
Nov. 12, 2007
jah#4
Men's 55
551 posts
Great tournament, Dave and Fran are the best to work with very smooth ran tourney. let you know if there where changes. The fields were good to play on outfield were great no bad hops the 325 ft fences will kill the outfield but it made true power hitter come to the surface and want to be HR hitters long fly outs. Our team hit several out and again a lot of 320 ft outs. The brkts were funny play Al Estes over and over again but when you lose you can't be picky. Had a great time alot better than sitting at home. a little softball is a lot better than none.
See everyone next year
Don Ward
Kayson55 & Kittrell 50's
Nov. 12, 2007
2awesom
Men's 50
296 posts
50+ AAA
1. Frederick Chevrolet /E & E METAL
2. South Florida Heat
3. Pat's Pizza/TNTSports

As for the 55+AA

Central PA Seniors won
second place was a team I believe from Kentucky

I agree, fantastic tournament very well run and organized
the tournament director at Lee County was The Best!

No problem with the Umpires either, nice job guys!
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