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Discussion: Las Vegas Tuneup tournament May 15th and 16th
|March 4, 2010|
|Las Vegas Tuneup tournament May 15th and 16th|
On May 15th and 16th there will be a senior tournament in Las Vegas designed as a tuneup prior to Reno. The tournament most likely will be limited to somewhere around 12-15 teams. The format after talking to the tournament director will most likely consist of an upper and lower bracket. While in Phoenix commitments were received from the three Phoenix 50 major teams, along with the two 50 major teams out of Las Vegas. He is expecting to have one of the 55 teams out of Utah, a 55 major plus team out of CA, a 55 team out of Las Vegas, and possibly a high quality 60 team out of Vegas. This should be a good tournament for getting some good softball against quality teams. Go to the tournament section at the top of the page and click on the tournament named Las Vegas Tuneup. After talking to the tournament director I would expect player friendly rules for those teams and players who like to hit the ball.
|March 5, 2010|
This is a SSUSA/SSWC Qualifier, right?
|March 5, 2010|
|John yes it is. Talking to Rick exhibition type teams will be welcomed with open arms also. Rick made this a fun tournament last year.|
|March 11, 2010|
|An update on this tournament another team out of Las Vegas made up of some the 60 upper players will be entering. |
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