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Nov. 22, 2010
Whos Your Daddy
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Las Vegas

50 AAA
Metro Construction- WA
Bad Seed-CA
Sports Line Bulls, TX

This is my first and possibly last tourney with Senior Softball USA. I have been playing softball tournaments for some time and had heard good things about playing in the seniors. So I was excited about playing and attending. What I experienced this past weekend at the supposedly "Winter Worlds" was very disappointing! The park we played at didn't have any concession's. The rest rooms were so far away from the playing fields and thrashed that they were unusable. Not once were the infields dragged during the day. Not even for the championship game. Are all senior tourneys "WINNER TAKE ALL"? We took second and received a hat. I don't think the third place team received anything. It cost a lot of money to play in this tourney. Flights and hotels and not to mention that this is the most expensive tourney I have ever entered. I have played and placed 2nd and 3rd at other tournaments, some in Vegas, and even those didn't cost near as much. They had better prize structuring and you could take a piss and get something to eat and drink. I could understand the lame awards if we only had 4 or so teams in our bracket but we had 14. I will say the umps and crew who worked the park and table as well as the all of the players were nice people and enjoyable to be around. I think next year they should call it the "Winter Winner take all lame Vegas Rip Off"
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