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PG Super25 10U Florida State Regional
2013-2014 season

May 30, 2014- June 02 , 2014

Lee County Sports Complex (Twins) - Ft. Myers, FL
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The PG Super25 10U Florida State Regional will be held in Ft. Myers, FL, May 30-Jun 2, 2014. This tournament is for teams eligible to play in the 10u age division for the 2013-2014 National Championship season and players must meet the age limit criteria.

Regional tournaments provide a unique opportunity for teams to advance directly to the PG Super25 National Championship. Only teams from the designated region or the bordering regions are eligible to participate.
PG Super25 Mission


Age Eligibility: All players must have been born after April 30, 2003.

Bat Type: Metal bats only.
In age bracket 9u to 13u, there will be bat restrictions to BPF 1.15.
In the 14u to 17u age brackets, metal bats need to be BBCOR.

Coolers: Not Allowed

Entry Fee: $500    

Game Guarantee:

Format: Pool play followed by single elimination

Advancement: Teams that win a regional will advance to the PG Super25 10u National Championship. Teams who do not advance to the PG Super25 10u National Championship are eligible to play in any of the five 10u Super Regionals.

See all 10u PG Super25 Super Regionals

For more tournament information contact:
Justin Amidon
PG Super25 10U Florida State Regional Director
jamidon@perfectgame.org


PG Super25 Florida State Regional Director

For more information about Perfect Game please contact:
Drake Browne
PG Super25 National Director
drake@perfectgame.org



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