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Coach Craig Fox of last years  13u elite gladiators team is hosting tryouts for a  13u elite team for the upcoming season.  Location of tryouts will be at the baseball fields behind the Market Basket on Major/Phelan.  Please contact Craig Fox at 409-782-2454 for further information. Please call and rsvp if your player will be attending tryouts.

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Tryouts for the 13 elite Gladiators will be  on Saturday August 16th at 9am . Tryouts will be held at the baseball field behind the Market Basket on Major and Phelan in Beaumont.  Please rsvp with Craig Fox 409-782-2454.

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