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Discussion: Winter National Schedule

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Nov. 4, 2012
Pieman
Men's 50
84 posts
Winter National Schedule
Hey SSUSA staff. With the event of another storm hitting us in the East, maybe you could think about moving the preliminary games back, or at least changing the time slots to accomodate the North East teams that are scheduled to play at 8:00 AM.

Our flights might get cancelled on Thursday.

I personally do not care if we play another East team in prelims. Teams that may be effected are Bayada, Metro Hitmen, NY Streaks and Pace.

Thanks,

Mike Santo
Bayada Manager
Nov. 4, 2012
Pieman
Men's 50
84 posts
Bayada 60"s is going to have to pull out of the tournament.

We still have guys without power and they have to deal with storm damage at their homes. One of our players works for a Utility Company and has to work manditory 12 hour shifts for the next two weeks.

We are dealing with gas rationing here in New Jersey.

I really wanted to play.


Mike Santo
Nov. 4, 2012
birdie
Men's 60
680 posts
Mike, Hope all gets better for you guys in N.J. I was looking forward to playing against yunz in the 60s. Stay safe and healthy. See you soon. Thanks Harry # 20 NVFORCE
Nov. 4, 2012
Al33
Men's 55
183 posts
Mike, How can I get hold of you?

Al Drechsler #33
Pace
Nov. 4, 2012
Pieman
Men's 50
84 posts
Al, My cell phone is 908-303-7919, email mspieman@comcast.net
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