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Welcome to the First Hartland Covered Bridge Pickleball Tournament
Sponsored by Covered Bridge Committee
Saturday, October 19 and Sunday October 20, 2019
Two gyms will be utilized: one for “competitive” play and one for a “fun mixer”
Place: Hartland Community School
Saturday – Competitive Doubles in the large gym (5 courts)
Advanced/Competitive play generally 3.5 and above.
Play will start at 09:00. Please register no later then 08:30.
- Men’s Doubles up to age 59
- Men’s Doubles age 60 and up
- Women’s Doubles up to age 59
- Women’s Doubles age 60 and up
Sunday – Competitive Mixed Doubles in the large gym (5 courts)
Advanced/Competitive play generally 3.5 and above
Divisions of competitive mixed play:
- Mix team up to age 59
- Mix team age 60 and above
Round robin in the morning followed by double elimination in the afternoon. Players are able to play in one category per day. Onyx orange indoor ball will be use.
Cost $30.00 per person for one category.
Cost per person to add second category is $10.
Fun Mixer Non-competitive Play
Saturday Only– Fun Mixer in small gym (3 courts)
Play starts at 9am please register by 8:30
Fun mixer $10 for the day
Registration deadline October 8, 2019
Register via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your category (doubles, mixed or fun mixer) with names, e-mail addresses, and for competitive play include ages of both partners as of Dec. 2019
Pay via e-transfer to email@example.com or pay upon arrival.
For more information, contact Doris Kennedy at 506-325-8089
A canteen sponsored by high school students will be available on site during the day.
A meal will be available for minimal purchase Saturday, October 19 after the final play at the school’s cafetorium. Great opportunity to meet and mingle with Pickelball Comrades.
Accommodations in Hartland
- Covered Bridge B&B 506-245-4278
- Ja-Sa-Le Motel 800-565-6433
- Bird’s Hill Farm AirBnB Google
Several accommodations in Woodstock (15min drive) and in Florenceville (also 15 minute drive)
Code of Conduct
Through its scheduling of activities, Pickleball NB strives to meet the following key goals:
- Provide a safe environment for a health-related activity that provides a physical workout through an activity that promotes cardio exercises.
- Provides a fun-related activity that can be enjoyed by all skill levels.
- Provides a social-related activity to build friendships, camaraderie and fellowship.
- Provide developmental-related activity for those who wish to learn and improve.
- Provides a challenging activity for individuals who wish to compete at the highest level.
To achieve these key goals, it is imperative that the members, guest and tournament participants abide by a Code of Conduct during play. As such, the following guidelines shall be put in practice at all times during routine and tournament activities.
- Good sportsmanship shall always be on display.
- Be respectful of the skill levels of all players through positive reinforcement.
- Be respectful of others play by waiting for break to move across a court, not distracting your opponents during play, and warning when unsafe situations arise such as ball on court or player safety issues.
- Good-natured ribbing and taunts shall be limited in nature, with no ill-natured remarks.
- Ensure your guest is well informed of Club rules of play and Code of Conduct.
- Profanity, or any form of abuse, towards others is not permitted.
- Club and venue equipment is not to be abused, as well as handling of personal equipment (e.g. paddles) shall be used to ensure the safety of others at all times.
- Safe and proper attire including proper footwear and personal equipment shall be used at all times. This includes non-offensive logos, designs and phrases on attire and proper sneakers design for the court being used at the time.
- Impairment due to alcohol or other substances shall not be tolerated.
Failure to follow the full intent of this Conduct of Conduct will result in disciplinary action taken by the any NB Pickleball Club Executive. This disciplinary action can range from a simple discussion of the matter at hand, to a warning, suspension or revocation of a Pickleball New Brunswick membership.