Field 2 – Mike’s Fence vs. Eugene Xplosion
Field 3 – G-Bombs vs. Pain Specialists
Field 4 – Fireballers vs. Melon Ballers
Field 5 – Grayback vs. Treasured Chests
Field 5 – Mad Scrambles vs. Oregon Reign
(teams only. fields and matchup to be determined)
Ambush – Capitol Combat/Pardo’s – Diamond Mafia/KPT – Lifts
Field 4 – Victorious Secret vs. Wonder Women
Field 5 – Busted vs. Busted Too
Please take a moment to help us prepare for our 15th Annual Play for a Cure tournament in 2016.
Share a memory from a past tournament.
Use the form HERE.
Nominate someone you would like to see as the 15th Annual Play for a Cure Oregon Survivor of Ceremonies.
Use the form HERE
You may turn in completed forms at this year’s tournament.
The Final Schedule in now available for download;
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE 2015 FINAL SCHEDULE
Please download the documents below, fill them out and bring them with you to the Tournament;
2015 – Waiver & Liability Release
2015 – Adult League Roster
Double wall, vacuum insulation, BPA-free materials, food grade 18/8 stainless steel.
Keeps cold liquids cold for 24 hours and hot liquids hot for six hours.
Available in 18oz, 21oz & 40oz sizes
Each bottle is laser engraved with Play for a Cure Oregon© logo.
You can add your team name or other text to also be engraved on the bottle.
Bottles ordered by 8/4/15 will be available for pick at Play for a Cure Tournament!
$10 from each bottle sale is donated to LLV Foundation.
Thank you Salem Laser Engraving!
Click Here to order
See the link to the right to download and register to be an Honorary Pitcher.
Play for a Cure Oregon© 2015 ~ Wallace Park in Salem, Oregon ~ August 14-16, 2015.
Teams that participated in the 2014 tournament and contributed to the fundraising efforts will receive an invitation for early registration for this year’s tournament beginning April 1, 2015. Thank you to all of those teams for your participation and the effort you put into fundraising.
General registration for any openings still available will begin on May 1. The registration form will be posted on this website at midnight on May 1, 2015. A total of 20 women’s teams and 20 co-ed teams will be accepted; then a waiting list will be started.
Our goal is to provide participating teams of all skill levels with good, fun and fair competition but please remember, Play for a Cure Oregon© is primarily a fundraising tournament for local and regional breast cancer services. If your team is considering participating in this event, please be sure you’re competing against breast cancer this weekend and not just competing for a trophy. If your team would like fundraising ideas please contact us, using the Comment box below, and we’ll help you get started