Next meeting Thursday, Jan 26th at 8:30pm at Katie Jo’s!!
We’ll be discussing what sponsorships we’ve gotten, tournament registration process, the next Flicks for Tits movie, Tweed ride opportunities, polo beer brew, and other fundraising ideas. Email email@example.com if you need directions.
Registration for Ladies Army IV is set to open midnight central time Jan 30th, and registration for Coed is set to open midnight central time Feb 1st.
Be sure to create an account here (each player needs to create one in order to track stats) because LA and Coed registrations will be run through this web site: http://hardcourtbikepolo.org/polo/main
Also, please go here if you can volunteer any of the days as a ref, food guy, goal judges, random errand runner, etc. If you already did, thanks! But please go back and add your e-mail so Tiff knows how to contact you.
The first Flicks for Tits is scheduled! We will be showing The Jerk starring Steve Martin, Bernadette Peters, and Shithead.
Flicks for Tits is a film and trivia night benefiting Lexington Bike Polo in preparation for Ladies Army IV, the only all-female bike polo tournament in history. Each Flicks for Tits features a film with several trivia sessions throughout the night including questions about the featured film, the actors, or other relevant information. Winners receive gift certificates to Al’s Bar, and a free pitcher of beer is awarded for Best Team Name!
The movie is free to watch, but a donation of $3 (or more) is highly suggested if you would like to participate in the Trivia portion of the night.
Ladies Army IV and coed tournament is on April 27-29 at the Lexington Bike Polo Courts located at the corner of 6th and Jefferson in Coolavin Park!
The weekend will kick off with a coed tournament on Friday, April 27th in which both men and women will compete. The official Ladies Army tournament begins the following day with Swiss rounds on Saturday, April 28th, and Double Elimination games played on Sunday, April 29th. Prizes will be awarded to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd winning teams, as well as 2012’s Most Valuable Female Player.
Players from as far away as Japan are rumored to be competing in Ladies Army this year, so let’s make this year’s Ladies Army an epic one.
A bit of history
Ladies Army is an annual all-female bike polo tournament started in 2009 by the women of East Vancouver Bike Polo in an effort to highlight female bike polo talent. Every year, Ladies Army is an anticipated event, drawing female polo players from around the world to battle it out on a central court and to showcase new talent. Previous Ladies Army tournaments were hosted by New York City Bike Polo in 2010 and Austin Texas Polo Social Club in 2011.