The 2016 NSA/Buffalo Wild Wings "CHASE FOR THE RINGS" 35 & Over World Series is adding a new venue this year, and the early interest indicates this will be successful addition. in addition to the Men's Upper and Lower divisions, we have added a 35 & Over division for the Women and YES we will award RINGS to the winning team. The event will be played at Northwest Park in Kokomo, Indiana September 23-25. The entry fee is $300.00.
The deadline to enter this event is Saturday September 17th which require teams to be registered with NSA, have your online roster submitted and entry fee paid to your respective State Director by Saturday 9/17/16. All teams should be prepared to play Friday evening. To be eligible to compete a player must turn 35 years of age by December 31, 2016.
If you are unsure of who your State Director is, or if you have questions in general please contact Jim Kimmel (firstname.lastname@example.org or 765-730-0891). We will post a list of host hotels on the playnsa.com web site under the 35+ World Series tournament info.
This is a do not miss tournament if you have a 35 & Older team or may plan to put together a team to play in this event. The "CHASE for the RINGS" should be on your schedule and we are very confident once you play this event, you will return in the future.
NEW in 2015 Player Classifications for 35 & Over
SECTION 10 CLASSIFICATION
a) Upper Division - No more than one (1) player from the restricted players list or a player with 10 points or higher
b) Upper Division - No more than five (5) players who last played Elite or carry 8 points or from Class B or higher classification from another Association
c) Lower Division - No players Classified Elite or Higher permitted.
e) Lower Division - No more than three (3) players who last played Gold or carry 6 points.
f) Lower Division - No Class C or higher players from another Association permitted.
NOTE: Players retain the last Classification Played.
SECTION 11 HOME RUN LIMITS
a) Upper Division - Three (3) home runs plus the one up home run rule
b) Lower Division - Two (2) home runs. Any subsequent HR's will result in an Inning Ending Out.
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