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|April 24, 2008|
i just finished up playing in the spring natl. it was probaly the worst run tourney that i have ever played in. for a natl. tourney.how do you win the tourney and they have no award for you. they tell you that they are on there way they will be there in an hour. if you want to wait on them you can. they have since dec. or so when this tourney was schedule and they have no award for the winners. the time schedule was terrible. they had empty diamonds and teams had to wait 2or three games to play. you start at 9:00 and your last game was at 3:00 one umpire. no offical score keeper. the price you have to pay to get in these tourney is ridiculess for these kind of run tourney.would like to hear some kind of ans on this. one team was going to have to move up in class after the tourney was half over.
|April 24, 2008|
I honestly feel for you on that.
I know a team where I am (CA) that won a tournament over a year ago and has yet to get their awards. Wonder how long it takes for a shirt tourney.
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