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Discussion: Section on the website where teams can post their schedules

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Aug. 7, 2006
Men's 60
1024 posts
Section on the website where teams can post their schedules
I have a quick comment for the Website administrator, why can't there be a spot on the website for teams to post their schedules. I would imagine most teams that travel make this up early in the year. It would seem to make sense and would let other teams know who was planning to be at the tournaments they had interest in. Seems that a number of teams travel and find out that there are only a few teams in their class only until they get there. Instead of relying on the TD's the managers of the teams can post their schedules and others can look at it.
Aug. 7, 2006
Men's 50
64 posts
I like this idea, not only would you know which teams are going to certain tournaments it would also give you a heads up on tournaments that you can add.
Roaddog Bob
Aug. 7, 2006
Men's 70
502 posts
Great idea!
Aug. 7, 2006
Men's 50
535 posts
Nice thought, but, this will never work. SENIORS are just to lazy. During the last 5 yrs, I have gone on line several times & told SENIORS to ask the following questionswhen their team is going to an event::
1) What brand of ball will be used? 2) What is the balls comp & cor? 3) What bats have been banned bats? 4) How many teams are in the division one is playing in? 5) What times are the Championship & IF, games scheduled.

How many times do team drop out @ the last minute?
GREAT THOUGHT, I hope managers & or coaches will start posting. Joe, u started the ball. Carry it.......

The STONEMAN.............OUT
Aug. 7, 2006
Men's 60
1024 posts
Stoneman where you been. I'll make it a point to ask if a section on the website can be dedicated to teams posting their schedules, they can only say no. A link on the side under tournaments and forms would make it easy.
Aug. 7, 2006
Men's 40
27 posts
Lecak, et. al.,

Thank you for your suggestions on how to make this website better. When feasable we, work to improve this site and add new features. Its always nice to add to the "wish list" so keep the ideas coming :-)

Thanks for using!

Scott Flodin web guy
Aug. 9, 2006
Men's 55
62 posts
Ok I didn't see how I could do it otherwise and still be able to keep the info easy to access so I took the liberty of starting to post the teams who SAID they are going to the tournaments at the following FSSA link:

If you goto the site and will add a reply under the tournament that you plan on attending and the division you plan on playing then I'll update the master list there so everyone can see who plans on going. I hope that works well for you and if not I'm sure I'll read about..... haha

Mike Walker
Aug. 9, 2006
Men's 60
1024 posts
Very nice piece of work.
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