4110Re: [ccth] Re: PETERBOROUGH CHALLENGE - A TOURNEY of FIRSTS
- Oct 6, 2008Wow, you scared me for a minute a few weeks back Side when you said you only had 4 and were making references to the tourney that got cancelled. Now all of a sudden 31!!!!!!!!!Great stuff, have a blast guys and looking forward to the results.PS: Don't forget to mention at that event and for yourselves as well that Sherbrooke is on the 15th. Its very much a great Table Hockey atmospher there were it is more relaxed and intimate there so I hope to see some of the Ontario crew there again this year.Have a blast boys and good luck to all.iao
--- On Mon, 10/6/08, flyindutchman45 <sidkloosterman@...> wrote:
From: flyindutchman45 <sidkloosterman@...>
Subject: [ccth] Re: PETERBOROUGH CHALLENGE - A TOURNEY of FIRSTS
Received: Monday, October 6, 2008, 11:51 PMThirty-one players now confirmed for Peterborough Challenge IV! Come
test your skills against some of the best PP2 players anywhere - Greg
Peden, Dave Kraehling, Dennis Doherty, Mark Sokolski, Bill Holdcroft,
Jim Maker, Justin Hawthorne plus many up-and-comers.
The loveable PP2 game is Ontario's most popular and is viewed by many
as the "Boston Garden" of table hockey. The action is fast, intense
and loads of fun! Pucks drop at 10 am. Saturday October,18. Don't
miss this one!
--- In ccth@yahoogroups. com, "flyindutchman45" <sidkloosterman@ ...>
> Peterborough Challenge IV, played on Irwin Powerplay2 and set for
> Oct. 18, promises all the thrills and excitement that our first
> events did. And here are a few points of interest. The Peterborough
> Challenge tourney was the first in Ontario to offer:
> - A buffet lunch that's served twice - once at noon then again at 4
> pm! And it's a home-cooked buffet lunch that offers your choice of
> roast beef, ham or turkey plus a whole lot more!
> - Bottled water, coffee and tea at no extra cost!
> - A double round robin format that matches players of similar
> for the second round robin!
> - All tabletop games mounted and secured on 4-inch-high mini-tables
> equipped with levelling screws!
> - Scoreboards visible from a distance that display the score from
> both sides of the game!
> All this and more ensures a lot of bang for your buck. Entry fees
> remain at a low rate of $30 for adults and $15 for students.
> The following is a general layout for Peterborough Challenge IV:
> - Each player will play eight games before lunch then seven games
> after lunch against their closest rivals according to first round
> - A wildcard playoff round will take place.
> -All playoff series will be best 3 of 5 series. Players who lose a
> playoff series will be eliminated from further play. Championship
> Series in all divisions will be best 4 of 7 series.
> This tourney is the only classic flat players tourney scheduled for
> the month of October in Eastern Canada. We cordially invite you to
> peaceful, small-town Peterborough, Ontario, to get your tourney-fix
> playing this non-stop-action, rock 'em, sock 'em PP2 game. And you
> are sure to make new friends and add many great memories!
> Cheers, Sid.
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