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1999 International Senior Softball World Championships Final Results

55+ Majors Preliminary Play

42nd Street 14 Red Door 12  
Akron Silver Masters 9 Tidewater Relics 0  
J's A's 27 Richmond Gold 19  
Jersey Jaguars 33 Charlotte 55 19  
Sawtre 23 42nd Street 8  
Florida Crush 16 Akron Silver 1  
Montgomery Auto 22 J's A's 21  
Charlotte 55 17 Tidewater Relics 13 Loser to AAA
42nd Street 19 Richmond Gold 7 Loser to AAA
Akron Silver 18 Red Door 6 Loser to AAA
Sawtre 15 Jersey Jaguars 12  
Florida Crush 15 Montgomery Auto 13  
42nd Street 29 Charlotte 55 5 Loser to AAA
Akron Silver 13 J's A's 11 Loser to AAA
42nd Street 26 Akron Silver 6 Loser to AAA

Scores of Championship Games 55+ Majors

42nd Street 15 Montgomery Auto 11  
Florida Crush 8 Jersey Jaguars 5  
Sawtre 16 42nd Street 4  
Montgomery Auto 9 Jersey Jaguars 8 Loser Eliminated
42nd Street 18 Montgomery Auto 16 Loser Eliminated
Sawtre 25 Florida Crush 24  
Florida Crush 18 42nd Street 17 Loser Eliminated
Florida Crush 18 Sawtre 17  
Sawtre 18 Florida Crush 14 Loser Eliminated

55+ Majors Final Standings

Team Won Lost Scored Allowed
1. Sawtre 5 1 114 80
2. Florida Crush 5 2 113 96
3. 42nd Street 6 3 150 114
4. Montgomery Auto 2 3 71 77
5. Jersey Jaguars 1 3 58 51

55+ Major All World Team

Player Team
Jack Robinson 42nd Street
Bob Brown 42nd Street
Harry Mutter 42nd Street
Chico Decesare 42nd Street
David Luke Florida Crush
Tommy Douberly Florida Crush
Everette Moncure Florida Crush
Tommy Giles Florida Crush
Gary Tryhorn Florida Crush
Don Presley Sawtre
Bud O'Cayce Sawtre
Freddie Simpson Sawtre
Jim Stovall Sawtre
Jim Cary Sawtre
Gerald McAnally Sawtre
Most Outstanding Offensive Player:
Most Outstanding Defensive Player:
Most Valuable Player:
Most Home Runs:
Manager of the year:
 
Joe Jackson
Chipper Jones
Terry Perryman
Everette Moncure
Art Whitacre
Sawtre
Florida Crush
Sawtre
Florida Crush
Sawtre
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Bill Lowery thanks his team-mates at the National Senior Softball Hall of Fame Induction
99image5.jpg (157038 bytes)Tommy Giles had an All-World Team performance.