Kingman Team “Bad Company” goes Pro!

Yes, it’s true! Bad Company has infact purchased Dallas Elite’s NPPL Pro Spot, for a price of around $40,000.00 USD. Bad Company has played Semi-Pro the last 2 years, and is going to have to work their asses off if they want to stay pro next year. D

allas Elite will be continuing the year in the Semi-Pro division, as they didn’t do to well in Pro, causing them to be 17th place out of 18 teams, meaning that if they did not step up their game, they would be bumped down to Semi Pro (Bottom 3 Pro teams go to Semi-Pro, Top 3 Semi-Pro teams get bumped up to Pro) I expect big things from this team, as they added a bunch of old players after the Arsenal split. I guess we will just have to wait and see.

See ya at Boston!
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Yes, it’s true! Bad Company has infact purchased Dallas Elite’s NPPL Pro Spot, for a price of around $40,000.00 USD. Bad Company has played Semi-Pro the last 2 years, and is going to have to work their asses off if they want to stay pro next year. Dallas Elite will be continuing the year in the Semi-Pro division, as they didn’t do to well in Pro, causing them to be 17th place out of 18 teams, meaning that if they did not step up their game, they would be bumped down to Semi Pro (Bottom 3 Pro teams go to Semi-Pro, Top 3 Semi-Pro teams get bumped up to Pro) I expect big things from this team, as they added a bunch of old players after the Arsenal split. I guess we will just have to wait and see.
See ya at Boston!
Chris
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PSP presents the River City Open

The PSP has announced the dates and location for it’s 4th tournament.

It’ll be located at Council Bluffs Recreation Center near Omaha, Iowa on August 2nd – 5th. For more information about the Council Bluffs Rec Center, visit their home page at http://parksandrec.councilbluffs-ia.gov/complex.asp.

Registration begins June 28th. Visit the official PSP site for more information.

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