2016 Coed Tournaments

Our tournaments this year will take place over the course of two days. There are going to be two tournaments, a Competitive Tournament and a Toilet Bowl Tournament.  The top 6 teams in the regular season transfer to the Competitive Tournament and the bottom six to the Toilet Bowl. In the competitive championship, the winner moves on. In the Toilet Bowl championship, the winner is out because in the end, the losing team in the final game is awarded the toilet bowl “trophy” and the team gets their picture taken with the manager wearing it.  It’s quite an honor.

So, without further ado, here are the details.

Round one begins Sunday June 5th with the competitive tourney on Fields A and B at 10:30 am followed by the next games at 12:00 pm. The Toilet Bowl tourney picks up right after on Fields A and B at 1:30 pm followed by the second grouping at 3:00 pm. Then the final two games (competitive championship and Toilet Bowl final) happen the following Sunday, June 12th starting at noon. See details below.

June 12th will be a ton of fun. The competitive championship game is set to start at 12:00 pm. Bring your family, grill, pop-up tent, Frisbee and plan to stay the day.  After the championship game, there will be a Home Run Derby that you can sign up for. $5 donation gives you 10 balls. Winner gets 50% and the other 50% is donated to our local Warner Youth Sports Association. We have a lot of home run hitters so it should be a great show. After the Home Run Derby, the Toilet Bowl final game begins at 3:00 pm so stick around and cheer them on.







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