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Only 12 Spots Remaining in the National Games!

After conducting six rounds of the National Games Lottery Draw and extending close to 600 invitations, there are still 12 playing spots available for the National Games 2016 in Palm Beach County, Fla. The spots are available in the following divisions: one in U-14 girls, seven in U-16 boys, two in U-16 girls, one in U-19 boys and one in U-19 girls. 

Did a team in your Region not get selected in the National Games Lottery, but are still interested in going? If so, don’t miss out on the 12 playing spots we have remaining. The spots are filling up fast!
 
To take a spot, RCs must fill out and mail the complete registration package, which includes the Region Acceptance Form and the Governing Rules Acknowledgement Form with the registration fee to the National Office. But hurry, this process is first come, first served. 

The registration fee must be submitted in the form of a Region check. Regions will secure their playing spot when the National Office receives the registration package. The National Office will not hold spots by request in any form. In the event that there is a surplus of registrations, Regions will be put on a waiting list in the order that the registrations were received. If teams drop out during the time leading up to the games, the RC on the waiting list will be contacted.

To view the last round of pending invitations and the potential number of playing spots available, visit the lottery results here. 

RCs will receive a confirmation email if the Region has been accepted to participate or if they've been put on the waiting list. Registration checks will be mailed to the RC if the Region isn’t accepted. If you have any questions, email us!

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