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Discussion: Senior Softball Staff questions
I had no problem with the fields or the tournament. The 60 Major division had only two teams, so we played the best two out of three. There is not much a director can do if he doesn't get teams. I do however, have an issue with the MBAC Complex. They will not let the director or his staff put water on the player's benches. They also would not allow the team to bring a water cooler for their own use. There are fountains in the concession stands, but I don't think the umpires could allow players to leave the game to get a drink of water when necessary. I feel that it is every SSUSA member's right to have access to water while playing. It is my opinion that SSUSA should not allow events to be held at a complex where the players(SSUSA members) do not have access to water.
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