Where: Grandview, WA (see www.mainstreampb.com
for more details)
When: May 2, 2009 (Registration and entry fee deadline is Apr 25, 2008) Captain's meeting at 830 am.
Divisions:Beginner (3 man), Intermediate (3 man) and Open (4 man)
Cost: $40/player (for intermediate and open), $20/player for beginner teams (this includes air. Note: This is a field paint only tourny).
Note: Compressed air only, if you need co2 you'll have to provide your own.
Beginner is 1st tourny ever, Intermediate is less then one year tourny experience (all players), and Open is everyone else. However, if you have played in our tournies before and haven't finished top 3 in your division then you can remain in that division regardless of previous tourny experience. If you or any of your teammates are found to be sandbagging you will be allowed to finish the tourny however you will be ineligible to receive prizes.
Ramping will be permitted in Int. and Open. (12 bps max rof)
Prizes to be announced. We will not be doing prizes for beginners although there will be trophies and a raffle for the beginner teams. (hence the cheaper entry fee).
This will be the first tournament of the season in Grandview. The following 2 will be at the end of July and Oct 2009.
Simply put we have the best playing surface around. If you have ever played here before you know I am not exagerrating. Beautiful grass, no ruts and excellent weather. The reffing is great and the tournament is well organized.
We will also run a mini 1 on 1 tournament between prelim's and finals. All entry fees for the 1 on 1 will be paid as cash prizes to the winners. You can register for this the day of the tournament ($5/player). This always fills up quickly so register first thing in the morning to secure a spot.
To register you can goto our website at www.mainstreampb.com
and click on tournaments...follow instructions...
Other options include paypal email@example.com
or mail to:
500 N. Elm St.
Please include your team name, players names, entry fee and division of play and contact #.
Hope to see you out there! It is worth the drive...biggest tourny in the NWest for the last 4 years!
See WA thread for more info