London's longest-running amateur gay strip contest faces being banned as a result of Tower Hamlet council's sex establishment consultation.. Gay Softball World Series. Map Unavailable. Date/Time Date(s) - 09/03/ - 09/08/ All Day. Categories No Categories. Tampa, FL. SHARE THIS NEWS. Want to keep up with the latest NAGAAA and member city tournament information? Join The Conversation. 6. CoorsLight. Nissan2. NC2_Pru. NC_Pru. Welcome to the official site for the North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance ( NAGAAA). Formed in , NAGAAA is a c(3) international sports organization comprised of men and women dedicated to providing opportunity and access for the LGBT community to participate in organized softball competition in safe.
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Steven Apilado, et al. The course plays only 6, yards, but is known for its small, fast greens and tough pin placements. Want to know more? Augusta Country Club is hosting the tournament for the 17th time, but is doing so for the first time in 12 years. Gay amateur and grads and everyone else. Created inxxxparty asia North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance Open Division is a c 3 international sports organization comprised of men and women dedicated to promoting amateur athletics for the LGBT community. TAMPA BAY, FL, April 9 — For the first time in NAGAAA's year history, Tampa Bay will host the North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance's ( NAGAAA) Gay Softball World Series (GSWS) from Sept. 3rd-8th and will showcase our region in ways that will leave a lasting impression and create treasured. Tournament Dates. Sin City Classic, Las Vegas, NV, 01/7/19 - 01/20/ Past Tournaments. NAGAAA Cup, Columbus, OH, 05/06/17 - 05/07/ Vegas Up All Night, Las Vegas, NV, 05/27/17 - 05/28/ Sacramento Camelia Softball Classic, Sacramento, CA, 09/01/17 - 09/03/ NAGAAA Gay Softball World Series. LaRon Charles, Jon Russ and Steven Apilado had been playing softball together in the San Francisco Gay Softball League for years. Their team had competed in the Gay Softball World Series organized by the North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance (NAGAAA), but had never finished better than fourth place.