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Not much of a spectator but still love sports? Get bored watching live but would rather be out there instead? New Castle County has got your back with plenty of local adult sports tournaments for those who love to play but spectating just isn’t their thing. New Castle County has a wide variety of different sports to choose from so you can find exactly what you’re looking for.
Just want to have some competitive fun with friends? No need to worry because local bowling tournaments are widely accessible and available. Like to play a little rougher and enjoy sports with a little more intensity? There are leagues for basketball, soccer, softball, and flag football among others. No matter what you’re looking for, New Castle has got a spot for you.
Want to have some physical fun but are looking for something a little more relaxed, or something to play with friends?
For adults 50+, the local 9-hole Golf Leagues could be something that’ll suit you, with Golf Tournaments every year by the name of Ground Hog Golf Tournaments. If you don’t find yourself mingling much anymore then there are plenty of friends and good times to be had, so this simple tournament may also be a chance to meet some new friends and connect with others once more.
Plenty of fun between friends or family can be had at the several different tournaments that almost everyone is eligible to sign up for.
At Bowlerama, you are able to sign up for family doubles and more with great food, snacks, and a wide array of different tasty drinks. Even children under 13 are able to join, and birthday parties can be reserved for one fun special day. Bowlerama also offers Trios and Doubles leagues for adults with prizes and a rate of $20 a night per bowler with 3 games each night.
For people looking for a challenge, there are also different field sports for the more intense competitors.
New Castle County also offers Men’s Basketball leagues for different team sizes. Both leagues are run in the winter and the County currently offers 5v5 as well as 3v3 leagues.
All players must be familiar with and conform to the NCC league rules and regulations, but can be ejected/suspended for majorly violating them. If a player is late, then that does give your team a penalty and give the other team points depending on their level of tardiness. The cost of paying for a single team is $30.00 and the official’s fee is $60, and the official must be paid their full fees in cash before the start of the game.