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Discussion: Physically challenged team-can you top this
|May 19, 2005|
|Physically challenged team-can you top this|
I play for the Chicago Classics 60+ white. We won the 60AA last year in Vegas. One of our guys has a reconstructed leg that was badly shattered in an accident and 3 of the guys have had a total of 13 by-passes. Since we are moving up to AAA this year, we did a little reloading of our roster. We added a guy who had a total hip replacement and another who had a 4 way by-pass. Our team now features a shattered leg, a metal hip and "17" by-passes. Can your team top this??
If we meet any of you in Phoenix or Plano, take it easy on us.
|May 20, 2005|
|60-Year old George Masters (Captain Marauder) from Vancouver, BC, Canada had a quintuple by-pass last year and is back playing. He should fit in well. LOL|
On a more serious note; congratulations guys for staying at it!
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