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Discussion: 1st State Spring Classic.

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April 23, 2012
Bank00
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1st State Spring Classic.
On behalf of The 1st National Bank of Wyoming, we would like to thank all of the teams that participated in our tournament. It was our first attempt at hosting a tournament. Any and all feed back would be appreciated. Please forward an e-mail with comments to harley42383@yahoo.com. Thanks again and we hope to see you all back next year.
April 23, 2012
$Bill
Men's 55
7 posts
unfortunately the weather prohibited play on Sunday. It would have been nice if we played more games on Saturday since it was obvious that a weather front was comming on Sunday. When will you post the results.
April 24, 2012
Delaware Diamonds
5 posts
The DE Diamonds went as a 75 AAA team. We thought the tournament was well run. The fields were great so compliments to the field crew. The field in the back is a hike for us older guys. Maybe next year consideration should be made to open the service road to those fields. There were just a few glitches. For instance there should have been two umpires for the championship game. We did not like the awarding procedure. Our team won our division . We received a nice placque and medals so no complaints . The runner up team though got a placque for their MVP. There were no MVP awards for our team so why a MVP award for the team that did not win?.
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