9th Annual Atlanta Invitational Tournament at Georgia Tech CRC, April 14 – 16

April 14 – April 16, 2017

Coaches, Players, and Parents:

We would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the 9th Annual Jr Atlanta Invitational. Here is some information that will help make your trip more enjoyable.

1. REGISTRATION: All teams must send a representative (NO PLAYERS) to pick up your tournament package at the gym of your first game. No coaches passes will be issued at any other gym.

Registration: Will be open from 6-10pm on Friday and 9am – 1pm on Saturday. AGAIN, TEAMS MUST PICK UP THERE PACKAGES AT THE GYM OF YOUR FIRST GAME. PLEASE DO NOT SHOW UP AT THE GYM WITH OUT YOUR CREDENTIALS. YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PLAY!!!

2. ROSTER: Roster will be based on your certified roster. We will issue pre-printed score sheets for your convenience. After the roster is turned in. No additions can be made to the roster.

3. GAME BALLS: Home Team will provide Game balls for game play only. You may bring your own balls to warm up with.

4. SCHEDULE – Schedule will be posted on the D1spects website – no later than 8 pm this evening. Please do not call about the schedule. We will email you once it is completed.

5. Championship Brackets: TBD

AWARDS: Trophies will be issued for Gold and Silver Bracket Champions and Runners up – T- Shirts will be given to players and coaches for Champions and Runners up in the Gold Division Only.

6. Coachs Attire: Coaches must were either a Coaches shirt with a collar or Team t-shirt with team name on it. Shorts are acceptable. NO FLIP FLOPS.

7. GAME TIME is GAME TIME … 15 min grace period will be given. The team that is late will be penalized a point for every minute late. Clock will be running clock should the game start 15 minutes late.

Location

Georgia Tech CRC
750 Ferst Street
Atlanta, GA 30308

Tournament Director:

Harold Thompson 404-454-2919, Email: d1spects@yahoo.com. Please direct any concerns or schedule issues to our director.

Website: http://d1spects.com/

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