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Discussion: Looking for co-ed Over 50 - Tri-Valley

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Feb. 7, 2013
Women's 50
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Looking for co-ed Over 50 - Tri-Valley
Any over 50 co-ed teams in the Tri-Valley, No Cal, looking for players?
Feb. 7, 2013
Men's 65
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Primarily younger crowd teams. Some play at the regional complex in fresno and Not sure about lately but thir used to be a Sunday league in Clovis. Might want to check out both rec depts for info.
Also might post on Craig's List for the areas wanted. I see them all the time are are usually up for about 45 days before they are inactive or are dropped by poster unless they renew an ad.
Good luck but I doubt you will find big ball, little ball anywhere, if that is what you had in mind. (What I loved to play as well)
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