What is a Dink and Dine Event?
It is a tournament open to all levels of play and the players come from all around the area to enter. Each month the format might vary. Sign up to enjoy the fun! Each player also brings a dish to share.... so you can play a little, eat a little, play a little..... you get the idea. The top three teams or individuals in each level are recognized with the top team or person receiving a traveling trophy.
Fun is always had by all!! A special thank you goes out to Jill Perry, who is the amazing organizer for the events. What a success they have been!
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2023 Pickleball Dink and Dine Events
- The beginner level will always be Switch Doubles round robin format. This means you don't have to come with a partner. You will play with a different partner each game.
- The intermediate level will sometimes be switch doubles, and sometimes will be partner doubles, where you will need to find a partner to play with the entire time. Some partner play will be mixed and some will be any sex partner; notification of which type will be in the individual fliers that go out each month.
- The Advanced level will always be partner play. Some partner play will be mixed and some will be any sex partner; notification of which type will be in the individual fliers that go out each month.
The Saturday, May 13th event was canceled due to rain. A make-up session was added on 5-20-23.
Results of Sunday's Advanced session:
GOLD Roger and Steven Hershberger
SILVER Hope Mramor and Nick Wittendorf
BRONZE Justin Johnson and Chase Allard
Congratulations to the winners and all who played! It turned out to be a beautiful day with lots of great pickleball play!
On Saturday May 20th we held a makeup session for the rained out Intermediate and beginner/novice levels. We had 21 intermediate players and 2 beginner/novice players. Dan Lind and Doug Perry were kind enough to play with the beginners so there would be enough to play. They played 5 games to 11, win by 2. There were 3 pools of 7 in the intermediate level and they played first to 15, win by 2.
GOLD - Pam Gropp
SILVER - Kerry McCain
GOLD - Nik Booth
SILVER - Phil Rush
BRONZE - Shaun Patrick
4th Place - Nathan Burton
Congratulations to all winners and players! It turned out to be a nice day for the tourney, a little windy and slightly chilly, but nice!