Tournament NewsGood job in Cincy

May 12, 2022

  

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Here at the NGBA our mission is to provide a safe-haven for all, free of judgement so you can express your love for the game. The Queen City HoopFest in Cincinnati, OH is an example of the NGBA accomplishing our mission.  We at the NGBA want to express our gratitude to each captain, team, fan, city leader, and sponsor that played a part in making the Queen City HoopFest a success.We also applaud the splendid amount of sportsmanship displayed in Cincinnati, whether it was on or off the court. In addition, the referee assignor, trainers, and the Sports Plus staff  praised our event and the sportspersonship of the participants.

As we work to minimize division adjustments after Saturday play we ask that you honor your team’s ability during the registration process, if in doubt play up. Additions to the division policy will be updated to ensure fairness and consistency across the divisions.  If you have any questions or concerns about division adjustments please email info @ngba.org .

The NGBA continues to work on changes  in the best interest of the organization and our mission statement. We ask that you  contact a NGBA representative as soon as possible if you have any questions,  issues or concerns.

We look forward to seeing all of you in Fort Lauderdale October 8-9, 2022 for the 31st National Gay Basketball Championships (fka CRC)!
Registration dates will be announced soon, look out for the dates and early registration incentives.

Best wishes!

NGBA Staff

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