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Discussion: Houston Fire EarlyBird

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Dec. 19, 2013
59 posts
Houston Fire EarlyBird
Merry Christmas to all. Jim Tharp and I will be having our annual EarlyBird tournament on Feb. 22, in Baytown,Tx. If your ready for some good softball, please join us. For info, contact Jim at 832 444 1350 or me(Greg Thomas) 281 468 7545 or One day tournament, 4 game round robin. Hope to hear from many of you. Happy Holidays.
Dec. 19, 2013
70 posts
Is this going to be an SSUSA sactioned Rec tourney or one you just put on? Also, congratulations on becoming a Major Team.
Dec. 19, 2013
59 posts
Definitely not a sanctioned tournament. Been doing this one and others for. 13 or 14 years. normally 20 to 28 teams. All ages. just a lot of fun and get teams started up for the year. As for moving up I am not playing any more but Tharp still runs the Fire team and I would hope he appeals that move up.If they were really a major team they would gladly move up. Time will tell. Thanks for the congrats.
Jan. 12, 2014
59 posts
Reminder of the EarlyBird tournament to be held in baytown, just east of Houston, on Feb. 22nd. One day, 4 game guarantee. Contact Jim Tharp or me(Greg Thomas) and enjoy a day of some good softball. Good luck to all in 2014.
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