Flag football hits the field

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Updated | 8:54 p.m. The National Flag Football League of Atlanta resumed its spring season on Saturday with its six teams competing over three games. Rain and soggy fields had sidelined the league for the last two weeks.

The Wildcats beat the Pirates 20-18 to go 2-0 on the season, while the Pirates fell to 1-1. In other games, the Clippers (1-1) blanked the Raiders (0-2) 20-0 and the Rams (1-1) defeated the Broncos (1-1) 15-13.

The league plays on Saturdays at Central Park in Midtown. Games begin at 11 a.m. The season opened March 29 and continues through June.

Read recent posts about NFFLA here.



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