Atlanta’s gay flag football league continued pounding the gridiron on Saturday, the second week of their spring season.
The action unfolded at Candler Park and came after their Opening Day, a festive margarita bust, some warm-ups and training for newbies. The National Flag Football League of Atlanta continues its spring season on Saturday with games beginning at 10 a.m.
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