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|, June 13, 2010|
Discussion: 60 Major Division
Master Collision won Rockin' Reno in the 60 Major Division, but that's partly because three of the KC Kids had to fly home before the "if" game. Regardless, KC Kids and Master Collision are obviously Major Plus teams ... not Major. It's ridiculous these two teams can compete in the Major division. Wake up, SSUSA! Many Kansas City and Denver teams have been playing senior softball successfully for more than a decade, and these cities are plenty strong to have at least one team in Major Plus. The K.C. Kids and Master Collision are the best teams in those two cities, so what are they doing playing in Major!! Get a clue, SSUSA, and get these two teams up in the Major Plus division where they so obviously belong. Both of these teams have been Major Plus in the past, and they were clearly FAR STRONGER than the other teams in the Major division. FYI, my team came in fourth (not third). The third place team was strong, but not equal to Kansas City and Denver, which were obviously unfairly playing down. SSUSA, if you didn't notice this, you aren't doing your job. And if you did, I give you kudos.
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