Flag football opens fall season

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imageThe National Flag Football League of Atlanta returned to the field — and Piedmont Park — for its fall season on Sept. 11.

Games continue on Thursdays at 6 p.m. into November. The league, pushed from Piedmont Park during its spring season earlier this year, returned to the park’s athletic fields for its fall season. The park provides a boost in visibility for the league.

The league’s travel team is also practicing in preparation of Gay Bowl VIII, set for mid October in Salt Lake City. Last year, the Atlanta Storm placed ninth in the 16-team tournament.

View the Project Q Atlanta photo album from the fall season opener.


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