Tournament in Chilliwack, B.C.

I received an email from Ryan Rostek, an advanced PB’er who many of you will remember from the Saanich tournament in June of this year. His post is about a one day tournament on Saturday November 21st, 2015 at the Yarrow Community School, 4595 Wilson Rd., Yarrow, B.C (near Chilliwack). I thought some of my readers may be interested in attending this event,..below is Ryan’s email.

Hello Pickleball fans,

Our next tournament registration is officially up and running. Please sign up as soon as possible as space is limited and the tournament his first come, first serve. www.chilli-paddle-wack.ca

Thank you for all your feedback from the previous tournament! (they had their first event in Oct 3rd) As a result, we’ve made a few changes that should make the next tournament even better.

In addition to the 5 Random Partner events from last time, we’ve added an additional Random 3.25 Event, for a total of 6 Random Events. We’ve also added some Fixed partner events later in the afternoon, and singles events in the evening. Please read the registration page for more details.

Please spread the word around so that we can get filled up and organized as soon as possible. As interest grows, we’ll aim to add more and more events.

We welcome players from anywhere who are interested in playing to sign up. To facilitate this, we’ve also added the option to request billeting for either Friday, and or, Saturday. We’d also like to encourage anyone who is willing to be a host to select that on the registration form as well.

Thank you for all your support and we look forward to seeing you all come out. Any questions may be addressed to:     info@chilli-paddle-wack.ca

Chilli-Paddle-Wack Organizing Committee   www.chilli-paddle-wack-ca

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The Chilliwackers sound like a fun group of players. If any of my readers go over there for their event, I would be interested in hearing from you about your experiences.

On another subject,… I’ll let everyone know if I hear anything about a tournament at Pearkes in December for the ‘home birds’ who don’t fly south for the winter.

Doug.

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