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|, Nov. 16, 2014|
Discussion: First place plaques for 65's and 70's
All First place plaques were Fast pitch girls they had the helmets with face guards and the shirt buttoned like a females and you could see her breasts as well. Talked to the Canadian team and they agreed. What we to do we are proud old men and should receive the correct plaques.
|, Oct. 22, 2014|
Discussion: Tournament fields in Ft. Myers
We have been coming to Ft. Myers for several years and the last 3 years playing at Lee County in 2011 the in Cape Coral Complex 2012 and Northwest Cape Coral in 2013, We were told we would be back at Lee County in Nov.2014. Well it looks like we will have to travel 45 minutes again to get to the games at the Northwest Cape Coral complex. What gives. I know we should be happy that we are in Florida, but what is wrong with the continued rotation.
|, July 24, 2014|
|Topic: Rules of the game|
Discussion: snowbird rules
Can u explain if a player in on a team from May thru Nov and then heads to California and plays on a team there in Dec Jan Feb and March, what team can he then play on the rest of 2015? Does he need to be released from his orginal team to play on the California team or does he need to get released from the California team to play on his orginial team? I think I am confused. No, I know I am. HELP me George.
|, April 23, 2013|
|Topic: Players looking to join a team|
Discussion: 70+ Player looking for tournament team
Elmer, Silver Sneakers 70 AAA contact Lenny 618-791-1380 Illinois and Missouri players
|, Jan. 29, 2012|
|Topic: Teams looking for players|
Discussion: 70 players
Looking for a player with a nickname of clutch1, believe he is in the St. Louis, MO area. contact me. firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (916) 326-5303
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Sacramento, CA 95827
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