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NCAA basketball action returns to Grand Bahama with Junkanoo Jam 2011
Nov 25, 2011 - 10:38:13 AM

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Freeport, Bahamas - NCAA Basketball action gets underway in Freeport from November 23rd to 29th with the annual Junkanoo Jam.

St. George's Gymnasium will once again be the host site with games set for November 26th and 27th. The YMCA gym will be a training location for the eight visiting teams. Locals can view top NCAA basketball action for only $5 per game, so do come out and enjoy!

This year there are three divisions, Lucaya and Freeport.  Visiting teams are Duke, Gardner-Webb, Notre Dame, USC, Iowa, Temple, Texas A&M, and St. John’s.

Learn more at their official website: BasketballTravelers.com

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