July 25, 2010 by
San Antonio is hosting the first night time tournament on August 7th.
Below is the agenda for Inferno Bowl II, please let me know if you have any questions.
Inferno Bowl II
August 7th from 6pm to 10pm (Evening )
Hotel: Hampton Inn & Suites Airport
8902 Jones Maltsberger Rd, San Antonio, TX 78216 (210-558-3999) with a rate of $89 plus tax per room/night. The rooms include 2 Queen beds.
Field Location: Olmos Basin Park
800 Olmos Drive E, San Antonio, TX 78212 (Field #5 & #6). Same fields as last year.
Game Schedule ( 2 20 minute halfs with a 10 minute half-time)
1. SA vs Dallas @ 6pm (Field 5)
2. Tyler vs Houston @ 6pm (Field 6)
3. SA vs Tyler @ 7pm (Field 5)
4. Houston vs Dallas @ 7pm (Field 6)
5. SA vs Houston 8pm (Field 5)
6. Tyler vs Dallas 9pm (Field 5)
*We will be providing each team with a case of water and tents.
Cool Off: Meet at Tycoon Flats after the games for drinks and food.
2926 N St Marys
San Antonio, TX 78212
Thanks and see you on August 7th!!
San Antonio Diablos
July 16, 2010 by
The July NGFFL Board conference call was held on July 14. It was an open call with participants from various cities. Jared Garduno and Shawn Rhea of Phoenix gave updates on the latest from the host city of Gay Bowl X!
- Check the Web site. It is updated regularly.
Most future updates will be posted on NGFFL.com instead of emailed.
All cities have the ability to update the NGFFL blog. Email Cyd Zeigler to get log-in info: firstname.lastname@example.org Read the rest of this entry →
July 07, 2010 by
The next NGFFL open conference call will be Wednesday, July 14, at 8:30pmET. Various aspects of Gay Bowl X in Phoenix will be discussed. All NGFFL members are welcome to participate. The call-in information is:
Phone number: 218-936-4700
Access code: 159974
If there is anything in particular you would like to see on the agenda, you can contact Cyd at email@example.com.
July 02, 2010 by
The Phoenix Hellraisers won their second consecutive Gay Bowl, beating the Chicago United in the finals, 24-13. It was an all-Denver B-division final with the Denver Meeteaters topping the Denver Mountaintops, 27-20.
The tournament also had three teams make their tournament debuts. The Cleveland Rockers made the biggest splash, winning three games and taking third place in the B division. Seattle edged Jacksonville, 31-30, in a B-division consolation game.
You can see full results here.