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Discussion: TOP GUN NATIONAL QUALIFIER - MAY 2nd & 3rd

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April 3, 2009
Men's 60
106 posts
The dates for the men's division of Top Gun National Qualifier have been combined to May 2nd and 3rd for "ALL" age groups. The tournament will be limited to the first 24 teams that register. The tournament site will remain the same, Kit Carson Park in Escondido, Califiornia. For more information, call Nate Hines at (760) 743-3144. Check the senior softball website for more information. See you on the ballfield.
April 4, 2009
Men's 65
123 posts
Can you have Nate talk to Escondido
about the condition of the infields at
KC? They were terrible last month.
April 4, 2009
Men's 60
106 posts
Hey OTE24

Nate has been talking with the City of Escondido and will emphasize the need for good playing fields. Unfortunately at the last tournament, the City dragged the fields right after the rain while the fields were still wet. Hope you guys come down and play again in May. With good weather, the fields should be in good condition. Unfortunately we can't do much with the outfields.

Kevin - Top Gun III
April 5, 2009
Men's 65
123 posts
Thanks,we always like playing your
tourneys. I do miss the Lionheads.
Congrats to the TG55 on their win
in St. George. They beat a great
group of guys with the Mustangs.
See you on the field.
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