My Social Sports is excited to announce the first Annual Fall Classic 14U Fastpitch tournament taking place at the West Junior Deb facility in Manchester NH on September 21st and 22nd. Each team will play 3 pool play games and at least one playoff game. This tournament is classified as open.
** USA Softball of NH Sanctioned ** ALL TEAMS MUST BE USA REGISTERED **
** All players must have been born after December 31st, 2003**
This tournament is 3 pool play games held on Saturday with all the teams making into a single elimination tournament on Sunday. The home team will be determined by a double coin flip during pool play prior to the start of each game. In pool play, no new inning shall start after one hour and twenty minutes and pool play games can end in a tie. Sunday playoff games will be no new inning after one hour and thirty minutes for bracket play. For the semi-finals and Championship game; there will be no time limit. The higher seed will have the choice on Sunday. Full ASA/USA rules apply (slashing is not allowed). Pool Play begins on Friday night and continues through Saturday evening. Weather issues at any time during the tournament, with the unanimous agreement of the Tournament Director and the UIC, abbreviated procedures may be initiated to allow the tournament to continue to completion. This includes reducing game times to one hour, reducing games to five innings, and/or reducing the number of pool play games.
Players must wear approved helmets and face guards with chin straps.
Players are only allowed to use 2013 stamped ASA/USA Certified fastpitch softball bats comprised of either metal or composite and must not be on the ASA/USA Softball Non Approved list.
No jewelry is allowed during this tournament. Jewelry cannot be taped over. Medical bracelets may be worn but must be taped to the body.
Concession Stand and Facilities
The West Junior Deb complex has a full concession stand with two porta potties located nearby The city of Manchester prohibited the use of outdoor grills by individuals at the fields without a permit from the Board of Health.