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Discussion: 2005 Oxnard gold Coast Challenge Results - April 2nd & 3rd

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April 3, 2005
RDA
Men's 55
66 posts
2005 Oxnard gold Coast Challenge Results - April 2nd & 3rd
Gold Coast Challenge Results:
Men 60+
Upper Division -
1. McCarty & Sons Pirates (1-0, 4-1)
2. California Riders (0-1, 3-2)

Lower Division -
1. Sixty Bucs (2-1, 2-3)
2. Jimmy Dukes (2-1, 3-2)
3. 3-Score (1-2, 1-4)
4. Fantastic Burger (1-2, 2-3)

Men's 50+

Upper Division -
1. Base Hawgs (2-0, 3-2)
2. Full Count (1-1, 3-2)
3. Topa Topa (0-2, 0-5)

Lower Division -
1. R&R Puming Unit Strokers (3-0, 4-1)
2. So. California Knights (2-1, 3-2)
3. SLO 50's (1-2, 3-2)
4. R&R Pumping Unit / the Other Team (0-3, 2-4)
April 4, 2005
dannydan
43 posts
I have a question for the T.D. of Oxnard's touney this past weedend, i belive his name is richard, can you explain why your team played in the lower division when you are rated aaa by ssusa?
April 4, 2005
RDA
Men's 55
66 posts
dannydan ; I'm richard Arias, I play with R&R Pumping Unit/ The Other Team (TOT) we placed 4th in the lower division (0-3, 2-4). Richard Garcia is the manager of R&R Strokers, the original R&R Pumping Unit team which was in the AAA. They've changed their roster - losing players to the Tequila All Star 55 team. We lost to So Cal Knights 13-6 & SLO 50's 14-2 and to the R&R Strokers 16-8.
April 4, 2005
dannydan
43 posts
I just wonder if you knew the Topa-Topa team before, if they should have been in the lower divison and the strokers in the upper division, just a thought
April 4, 2005
brustar
Men's 50
5 posts
Dannydan - Topa Topa placed 2nd in last years AA World Championship, Las Vegas. They played as Ojai 50/Topa Topa. This team also placed 2nd in the Winter World of 2003.
April 4, 2005
brustar
Men's 50
5 posts
Dannydan - Topa Topa placed 2nd in last years AA World Championship, Las Vegas. They played as Ojai 50/Topa Topa. This team also placed 2nd in the Winter World of 2003.
April 5, 2005
RAG
12 posts
Hi I'm Rick Garcia I can't say really anything more than what has been said except that we did loose 4 players as RDA said and with those guys it made us some what competive in AAA. Also those that left were some of are better hitters.
We did have a good weekend but we have had a lot of bad ones.
Win or lose it is still good to play some ball! :)
Also this year we have 5 players 55+ and 1 player turning 60.
I think we are where we are suppose to be. We are a good AA team.
April 5, 2005
dannydan
43 posts
Rick, hats off to your team, you did have a good weekend, i play for the knights and we lost to you and Full Count, so we didn't do to bad, hope to see you somewhere down the road, good luck the rest of the year
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