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March 18, 2010
Men's 60
1175 posts
I may have just missed it , but I have been checking the SPA website to see a schedule for this weekends tournamnet bracket. They sent one to my coach, but why do you suppose they don't post it on their website for all the players to see ?


Any clue ?
March 18, 2010
Men's 70
439 posts
# 6- i also have been checking since monday, i dont know where it's posted, " IF " it's posted. i believe a call was made to the managers, guess it will trickle down to the grunts eventually. i know we (dallas spurs are playing at 8am friday, this info i got from a player on the team we are playing, texas 60's . LAYLA has been running around trying to get this tournament going, and also working on the next week's tournament in irving. she needs help !!dont be too hard on her ! frank a.
March 18, 2010
Men's 60
1175 posts

It's not Layla's fault. She does a good job ! We play at 9:30 - 12:30 - 2:00 and I guess the bracket starts. It also looks like we will be playing a Major team, oh well at least were playing.
see you there,

BTW, she sent my coach the bracket.

8:00 - damn that's early for a Dallas team to play!

It looks like there two Dallas Spurs teams in this,

DALLAS SPURS 60'S PLAY AT 8:00-12:30-3:30


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