DORCHESTER SUMMER SLAM TOURNAMENT!!!! - June 25-27. 12U/13U Divisions., News, 2021 Summer Slam - 12U/13U (Peewee) (Dorchester Baseball)

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DORCHESTER SUMMER SLAM TOURNAMENT!!!! - June 25-27. 12U/13U Divisions.
Submitted By Rob Householder on Saturday, January 9, 2021
This tournament is open to all OBA teams B and below, Select teams are also welcome and must be registered in the 13U division. 16 teams per division, 3 games guaranteed with some potential scheduled night games under the lights.

Great way to start the summer off with a quality tournament on a beautiful set of very well-kept diamonds. Held between our Dorchester, Harrietsville and Thorndale parks that feature both onsite as well as local and franchise food locations in close proximity.  In addition to the excellent baseball facilities our parks offer close proximity to a public swimming pool (Dorchester), splash pads (Dorchester and Thorndale) and playgrounds for siblings and players. With the current unpredictability of the COVID pandemic we will be accepting registrations and will not cash all tournament fee cheques until the weekend prior to the tournament dates.  If the tournament should be cancelled anytime after the cheques are cashed we will issue a refund to each respective team.  When submitting cheques please include the full team name, specific division and post date your cheque to May 25, 2021. For more info and to register and pay online check us out at http://dorchesterbaseball.com/ - Tournaments tab.  Special Hotel rates are available for participants of this tournament please see our tournament website for the link. Tournament fee is $475.
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