The LGBTQ and allied players of the National Flag Football League of Atlanta capped off a record-breaking spring season with a couple of high-energy championship games.
Felix’s Blind Dragon took the Falcons Division Championship while Blake’s Bulge came out on top in the United Division Championship. The NFFLA teams battled it out on a sunny Saturday at Silverbacks Park.
The long haul to the championship started in March, and they threw in a couple of margarita busts along the way for fun.
Players headed over to Felix’s for an End-of-the-Season Beer Bust after the games. Congrats on another great season!
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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