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Discussion: Co-ed tournaments

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Dec. 12, 2023
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Co-ed tournaments
Iím looking for opportunities for my co-ed team to play tournaments in 2024. Is anyone aware of any or other tournaments besides the Las Vegas tournament in September?
Dec. 12, 2023
942 posts
I plan to offer 1 or 2 in the mid-atlantic region this season. Probably just 1-day, 3gg format. Rules would mirror the coed world, with men (40+) using the corn dog bats and women (30+) using senior bats.
Jan. 11, 2024
Men's 70
1 posts
I would like to know more about this. Can you let me know so I can try to get a team together?
Jan. 12, 2024
5 posts
Our Palmer Veterans Senior league always has a co-ed tournament in the 2nd half of April every year. Usually a one day event. Located in Easton PA. email for more info.
Jan. 12, 2024
Women's 40
2 posts
I'm not sure where you are located or how far you are willing to travel. But NCS is introducing co-ed senior tournaments this season. I can't comment on what the participation will look like. But if everyone keeps spreading the word hopefully it will gain traction and get more teams signed up.

Check out the first tournament they're offering:
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