Games We Play: Draw pits Big Blue vs Jump Gym

Big Blue, the division winner, will face bitter rival Jump Gym this weekend and second-place Uncle Bob's Boys' opponent will be Pallorium.

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January 23, 2006 04:21
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Late Saturday night at Kraft Family Stadium in Jerusalem, Heritage Affinity AFI league players and officials eagerly waited for the final whistle to be blown so a draw for the first round of the Holyland Bowl playoffs could be held. Big Blue routed D & D Sugar 59-6 late Saturday night, while Uncle Bob's Boys had a slightly more difficult 20-6 victory over Yesodei.org to grab second place in the division. Big Blue, the division winner, will face bitter rival Jump Gym this weekend and second-place Uncle Bob's Boys' opponent will be Pallorium. Cleveland Friends, who capped an undefeated second round with a 35-20 victory over Holy Bagel on Friday, was drawn to face Klein Management, a 33-26 winner over Fairmont Funding. Klein and Seidemann & Mermelstein both finished the second round with two wins and a tie in their game against each other. Seidemann, which beat Olive 40-12 Saturday night, won the division on point differential, and was drawn to face Holy Bagel in the first round of the Holyland Bowl playoffs. Tov Pizza, which finished the second round undefeated after a 32-18 victory over Pizzeria Efrat, is looking at a matchup against World Class Travel. World Class Travel crushed Oma's 32-0 on Friday to clinch second place in their division. With first place in the division at stake, CardiaCare Rehab defeated D & D Marketing 26-20. CardiaCare will face Lobos in the first playoff round. Friday teams The Out-of-Towners and Misha'an Plumbers, which had already wrapped up their divisions and had byes in Week 13, were drawn against Croton Watches and D & D Marketing, respectively. Croton defeated Ziontours/Internet Cafe 44-13 on Saturday to clinch second place in its division. The third- and fourth-place teams in each upper-tier division were drawn into a playoff bracket that leads to the Terem Bowl in memory of Dr. David Applebaum.



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