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Discussion: Session 1 - World Series Recap

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Sept. 20
Men's 50
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Session 1 - World Series Recap
Just got back from the World Series in Vegas and here is my feedback

1. Tournament Directors did a great job at the two sites I was at (BLD & Sunset)
2. Umpires were the best I have seen there in years - they were all knowledgeable and worked hard on the fields
3. The ball was fine - held up throughout the weekend a lot better than some of the other Association's ball.

Here is what could use some help
1. Updating scores - know it is brought up every year but still don't understand - take a picture at the end of the day of the brackets and post - some Directors have done in past years - this year nothing except a partial update on the Saturday of some of the age groups.
2. No concession stands at Sunset or Dessert Breeze - how does a park have a large tournament and not want to staff to sell concessions. At Sunset we had a food truck in the parking lot, a ice cream cart in the park, and guy and his kids selling slices of pizza for $10. BLD of course had theirs going - $17.50 for a pitcher of beer - ouch.

Overall, we made it to Sunday and had a great time - thanks to all the hard work that Dave and his team put in to run it.

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