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Discussion: Statement on New Rules for 2009

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Feb. 10, 2009
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Statement on New Rules for 2009
The home run, pitcherÕs box and other rules adopted at the Senior Softball-USA Convention in Florida in December are designed to equalize competition in divisions and to help us build larger divisions of play.

We believe these moves will improve the sport and make it more competitive and enjoyable for teams.

We ask for the teamsÕ feedback as the rules are used this year so that we can determine:

1. Are they providing equal competition?
2. Do teams like the rules AFTER having played a season with them?
3. What suggestions do teams have to improve the rules?

We feel strongly that we need to see the rules in play for a season to determine whether or not they are working as hoped. Any changes to the new rules will be made at the SSUSA Annual Convention in December 2009.

We welcome your feedback and thank you for playing in SSUSA.

Terry Hennessy
Chief Executive Officer
Senior Softball-USA
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