Flag football snaps into Week 7 action

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Updated | May 11 | 3:18 p.m. The National Flag Football League of Atlanta hit the fields again on Saturday after a week off due to rain.

The four regularly-scheduled games at Central Park in Midtown included the Pirates (1-3) beating the Raiders (0-4) by a score of 12-6, the Broncos (4-1) defeating the Clippers (1-3) 27-7 and the Rams (3-1) dropping the Wildcats (3-2) 6-0. The Wildcats lost to the Broncos 21-0 in a make-up game. When the dust settled, the Wildcats lost their status as the league’s only undefeated team.

The season stretches into next month and concludes June 28 with its championship game.

Read recent posts about the league here.



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