on the links to view videos)
the last 16 years, the Middle-aged Football League (MFL) of
the Capital area has played Sunday touch football games from
September through January. Comprised of DC area professionals,
aged 25-50, these games have served as a weekly convivial gathering
of colleagues who share business and personal interests while
engaging in a sport they love and can't (but probably should)
give up. Over the years, the league has attracted a wide variety
of participants ranging from venture capitalists, attorneys,
hill staffers and brokers to engineers, business owners, doctors
and Internet entrepreneurs who play each week in mud bowls,
ice bowls, snow bowls and even a yearly Turkey Bowl at Thanksgiving.
(Click here to see video highlights
of past MFL game archives). Last year this group raised
over $6,000 for charity in the 2002 2nd annual Capital Cyber
Bowl, webcasted to the world from Herndon, Virginia, pitting
the Internet "Web Warriors" against the Old Economy "Brick and
Mortars". In a surprise rout during a snow and sleet storm,
the Brick and Mortars upset the Web Warriors, 28-14. (Click
on link for last year's 2002 Capital Cyber Bowl video highlights).
year's webcast will also features an interactive chat and e-mail.
The event again will raise money for several charities through
event sponsorship packages (detailed in the link below.) Your
are invited to join us for this unique, entertaining and worthwhile
event, live here at this site on February 10, 2002 at 11:30
AM EST as aging war-horses clash once again in the 2002 3nd
annual Capital Cyber Bowl.