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Dunny's Stonetown Classic Tournament
Submitted By astanley on Sun 05 10, 15
Games are as follows:

1. 12:00pm Vs. Vision - Stratford Rotary Complex
2. 7:15pm Vs. Pitbulls - St. Mary's

3. 12:15pm Vs. Dunny's - St. Mary's
4. 5:00pm Vs. Competes - Stratford Rotary Complex

We are gauranteed a 5th game on Sunday.  Possible gametimes are 9:15am, 10am or 10:15am on Sunday depending on seeding from preliminary round.
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