15th Annual Slow-Pitch Wood Bat Softball Tournament

June 1, 2009

15th Annual Slow-Pitch

Wood Bat Softball Tournament

 

Sponsored by

THE NICOLET RECREATION DEPARTMENT

 

When: SUNDAY, JUNE 14th

Time: 9AM to Approximately 6:00PM

 

Where: Glen Hills Middle School & Good Hope School Softball Fields

 

 

Open 8 Team Double Elimination Tournament

(open to the first 8 teams to register)

 

Entry Fee $75

 

Tournament Champion will receive:

• $200 Check

• tournament champion t-shirts

• $100 credit towards the 2010 Nicolet Recreation Adult Softball League Registration.

 

Returning Teams Have Until Friday, June 5th to Pay their Entry Fee and Secure Their Spot. (Make Checks Payable to Nicolet Recreation Dept.)

 

Only Wood Softball Bats Will be Allowed in Tournament. At Least

2 Wood Softball Bats will be provided at the diamond for Teams to Share.

If your team does not own a Wood Softball bat and needs to purchase one, they are available online or at Milwaukee Sporting Goods for between $15 and $25.

 

For More Information, or To Enter a Team

Contact Kirk Krychowiak Nicolet Recreation Director 414-351-7567

Email: Kirk_Krychowiak@nicolet.k12.wi.us

 

Send entry fee to:

Nicolet Recreation Department 6701 N. Jean Nicolet Rd. Glendale, WI 53217

 

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