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Hi,

Just starting out into competitive umpiring after some time covering rec leagues. First game was today with a 15-14 walk off win for a 10 year old tournament. Appreciate the wealth of knowledge from everyone. Cheers!

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Howdy from "next door" in Kansas.

I did the same thing (a few years in rec before moving to competitive ball) - it only gets better from there.

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