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2 months ago by Bob Gough

Games require either 9 or 10 players on the field per team with an even number of male and female players or a female majority

 

The Quincy Park District is now taking registrations for teams in their Co-ed Adult Softball league.

 

Games take place on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from August 26 to October 2 in Moorman Park.  Team registration is $395 for a maximum of 20 players.  Games require either 9 or 10 players on the field per team with an even number of male and female players or a female majority. 

 

Team registration fee is due by August 8 and team rosters are due by August 22.

 

You can request a team registration packet by calling the Park District office at 217-223-7703 or stopping by to pick one up at 1231 Bonansinga Drive, Mon-Fri, 8a-5p.

 

For more information on the Co-ed Adult Softball League, contact Mark Callaway at 217-223-7703 or visit www.quincyparkdistrict.com

 

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