Football Dads.. Fantasy Sons

Football Dads.. Fantasy Sons

Post by Terry Canno » Sat, 14 Mar 1998 04:00:00


The successful Youth Fantasy Leagues  are returning for the 1998 season,
a nd now accepting enrollment. It's the near perfect spot for the FFL
youths to gather and share a hobby interest that can be long enjoyed.

- All memberships are no cost. Youth age 10 to 16 (as of 09/01/98) are
welcomed.

- League are broken into six leagues of two age groups; 10 to 12 and 14
to 16. (The 13 year olds fill in as needed.).

- All leagues have 8 total teams, so only active productive players are
starters.

- *** assistance is of course encouraged. However, we stess this is a
YOUTH league, and prefer that the assistance be no more than assistance.
(You should have seen me when my son drafted McNair, then told me the
next evening what "Slash" will be a good QB for him.)

- Other features include an online bulletin board for each league, the
option to publish an online  youth generated newsletter for the league,
player trading (draft picks may not be traded), a shared issue of a
profession FFL newsletter, and all the thrill and tears of *** fantasy
team owners.

If you, your child, or a friend is interested in a fun paced fantasy
league, please visit the site and contact me for additional information.

TC
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FanEx Football League             http://SportToday.org/
Youth Fantasy Leagues     http://SportToday.org/
The Winning Drive                   http://SportToday.org/

 
 
 

Football Dads.. Fantasy Sons

Post by Dr. Jeffrey L. Johns » Sat, 14 Mar 1998 04:00:00

Terry, make that fantasy daughters too:) My 8 month old will be ready to go in
just 9 short years. Jeff Johnson

 
 
 

Football Dads.. Fantasy Sons

Post by Terry Canno » Sat, 14 Mar 1998 04:00:00


Quote:
> Terry, make that fantasy daughters too:) My 8 month old will be ready to go in
> just 9 short years. Jeff Johnson

 Hehehehhe.. pardon me.

There were welcomed 3 female owners in 1997. Two of them made the playoffs, and
Sarah Krzewinski's Minnesota Mop Tops won a 12 year old championship!

Hehehehe..

Ohhh.. Make that 10 years, Jeff. Kids must be 10 prior to 09/01 for a team. That
and e-mail access are the promary requirements.

TC
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FanEx Football League             http://www.fanexfootball.com
Youth Fantasy Leagues     http://www.telepath.com/goldstar/yfl
The Winning Drive                   http://thewinningdrive.com

 
 
 

Football Dads.. Fantasy Sons

Post by Joe Bryan » Tue, 17 Mar 1998 04:00:00

For any you new folks who don't yet know TC, lemme
vouch, he's one heck of a
class guy and someone you can trust.  This kids
thing is excellent.
Especially from a FF perspective with all the
stats.

Some kids who couldn't give 2 cents for math
homework learn more math
figuring ypc averages or scoring projections than
the do in school.

TC's as solid as they get.

Best of luck to all,

--Joe Bryant
--Sam & Alexandras Dad
--Bryant Boats, Inc.  http://SportToday.org/
--Strategy Columnist Fantasy Pro Forecast
http://SportToday.org/
--Co-founder Fan Ex League
http://SportToday.org/
--TFL Report  http://SportToday.org/

Quote:

> The successful Youth Fantasy Leagues  are returning for the 1998 season,
> a nd now accepting enrollment. It's the near perfect spot for the FFL
> youths to gather and share a hobby interest that can be long enjoyed.

> - All memberships are no cost. Youth age 10 to 16 (as of 09/01/98) are
> welcomed.

> - League are broken into six leagues of two age groups; 10 to 12 and 14
> to 16. (The 13 year olds fill in as needed.).

> - All leagues have 8 total teams, so only active productive players are
> starters.

> - *** assistance is of course encouraged. However, we stess this is a
> YOUTH league, and prefer that the assistance be no more than assistance.
> (You should have seen me when my son drafted McNair, then told me the
> next evening what "Slash" will be a good QB for him.)

> - Other features include an online bulletin board for each league, the
> option to publish an online  youth generated newsletter for the league,
> player trading (draft picks may not be traded), a shared issue of a
> profession FFL newsletter, and all the thrill and tears of *** fantasy
> team owners.

> If you, your child, or a friend is interested in a fun paced fantasy
> league, please visit the site and contact me for additional information.

> TC
> ______________________________________________________________

> FanEx Football League             http://SportToday.org/
> Youth Fantasy Leagues     http://SportToday.org/
> The Winning Drive                   http://SportToday.org/

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