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May 12, 2010
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The info for Reno seems to be a little slow. When are the fields and teams going to be available? Does anyone have a idea from Hgts?
May 12, 2010
Men's 50
888 posts
I think Dave is working on a couple of east coast tournaments. I'm sure we'll see something after this week.
May 13, 2010
2478 posts
THE CAT - Until the entry deadline (May 17th) passes, nothing will be forthcoming ... Shortly thereafter, we will post the preliminary Participating Teams List online ... Then we wait a couple of days to let the list "settle" ... Two things always happen affecting any number of teams ...

"Oh damn, we forgot to send in our entry! ... Can we still get in?" (Always a "Yes"); or
"We want to get out since there aren't enough teams in our group" (Rarely, if ever, a problem with Reno)

It's after these 'straggler teams' are accounted for that we do the age and division break-outs and start to draft the schedules ... That's when specific (final) field assignments become known ... Give it about another week for that process to play out ... We'll be drafting the schedeules in the order of play, by Session, so Men's 40-Masters, Men's 60's and Women's divisions will show first ...
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