Gay Atlanta’s football league crowns its new champs

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The Blake's Broncos dominated on Saturday, defeating the Jungle Jaguars to win the season championship of Atlanta's gay flag football league.

The National Flag Football League of Atlanta championship marked a rematch for the two teams. On April 30, the Broncos downed the Jaguars 32-14 during regular season play. In 2015, the Frogs won the season crown.

The title game in Grant Park brought to a close a season that started in January with a Super Bowl party and included training new recruits in February, taking the field in March, hosting a jam-packed Margarita Bust and powering through their spring season. And it ended on Saturday with a delicious drag mess.


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