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Discussion: North East Championships
|Sept. 18, 2009|
|North East Championships|
From a Cape May native.
The Davies sports complex is multi purpose as many communitiy recreation complexes are.
Some of the fields are designed for little league baseball, little league softball, adult softball, youth soccer, and youth football. So permanent fences are out on some of the fields.
There are two softball fields with dugouts and two without. The complex also contains a fenced little league field, a fenced adult baseball field, a skateboard /bicycle park, a street hockey rink, a snack stand, and the community recreation center. The complex is located about two miles from town where you will find shopping centers, fast food and other restaurants and a tavern. Located about a mile away is the free Cape May County Park and Zoo the gem of NJ zoos and you are only a few miles from some of the finest beaches anywhere. The infields might not be the best but the complex and area is definitely different than the Lower Allen/ Harrisburg area.
The 60 teams will be playing in Avalon NJ. Avalon NJ is one of the finest seashore towns along the entire NJ coast. If the wind is blowing off the ocean( out to left field) bombers are going to love it. It is a two field multi purpose complex with portable fences and dugouts built about 10 years ago. Resturants and taverns are nearby.
SSUSA staff has a list of motels. Not all motels are open as the season is winding down but it is still busy as it is a beautiful time of the year at the Jersey Shore with many events still going on. North Wildwood has their unbelievable Irish week end 9-24-thru 9-27.
Good luck to all and prey for no rain.
|Sept. 18, 2009|
|mtm, thanks for your input. do you work for the chamber of commerce?(LOL)|
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