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Sept. 27, 2009
Men's 65
1936 posts
The current (6:15 AM) rains are forecast to diminish throughout the early to mid-morning, and we anticipate completing the tournament as scheduled ... All bracket game "play/no-play" decisions are made at the fields of play at game time ... Playing several Sunday games on Saturday afternoon and evening gives us some helpful flexibility ... Additional possible format changes, such as shortened games or using a 1-1 count will be considered as circumstances require ... Thank you ...
Sept. 27, 2009
Men's 65
1936 posts
UPDATE @ 8:30 AM ... Rain has stopped at the Goshen-Davies complex and is diminishing rapidly at Avalon ... Field preparation efforts will begin shortly ... We are still optimistic play will begin late morning ... NO games will commence prior to 10:30 AM ... Thank you ...
Sept. 27, 2009
Men's 65
1936 posts
UPDATE @ 9:15 AM - Field preparation has begun at Goshen-Davies, with Avalon to follow shortly ... Tentative first games of the day at 10:30 AM (optimistically) or 11:00 AM ... See Director for revised field assignments and start times ... Thank you ...
Sept. 27, 2009
Men's 60
544 posts
just letting everyone know how great a tournament dave and fran ran in cape may. i had the privilege to meet both of these fine people. they make you feel so comfortable when talking with them. ask them anything about whats going on in the tournament or rules and they have the answers. the ground crews were the best and the umpiring was very good also. they handled the PPR rule very well. i spent wednesday til sunday thereand enjoyed every minute.

thank you fran and dave. looking forward to seeing you both in phoenix and ft myers. ken l.
Sept. 28, 2009
Men's 50
16 posts
i would just like to thank Dave and Fran for their complete professional and personal attributes.They both are a tribute to ssusa.My team was a little upset about moving fields but i understood the reasoning behind the move.I was pleased with the cape may umpires and the grounds crew did a great job getting the fields back in playing condition.Thank you once again for a great time and we will see you in Fort Myers. But Dave no more Howie please.
Sept. 29, 2009
238 posts
Dave and Fran: once again you did a great job. Once agin it rained hard but the fields soaked it up well and you got the entire tourney in. Fields were spruce up between games and infield ball took true hops. Tourney remained on time - good allowance for schedules. Once again, it was a joy to play in Cape May again.
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