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We're all heard of a bridge too far.
Now comes this — a team too good:
Girls basketball team in Minnesota is kicked out of league after other teams complained they were TOO GOOD.
A girls' basketball team has claimed they have been told they can no longer play in their local league because they are 'too talented'.Read the rest HERE.
The Rogers Area Youth Basketball Association (RAYBA) girls' high school team in Minnesota say they were told by the North West Suburban Basketball League that they would be no longer welcome to play matches due to their 'skill level'.
They say that the news came in a letter just the day before they were due to play in a showcase tournament and while the girls were on a three game winning streak....
The logical result of the everyone-deserves-a-trophy philosophy.
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