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Female Players - Lady Bushwacker Tryouts


 

The Lady Bushwackers are going to be the rookie team associated with the Professional Bushwacker Team.

Tryouts are going to be held Wednesday March 10th at Adrenaline Games at 6pm. This is going to be an all female team, that competes in either the PSP or NPPL rookie division (entire team will decide.) Practice dates will be announced. The team will be coached by the parent Bushwacker team. Tournament paint sponsorship is already secured, and other sponsorships will be sought.

The only requirement is that you are a woman that is ready to ball. You'll need your own gun and
your own tryout paint (paint needs to be white filled.) Field fees are $15 for entry and air. You can preorder white breaking primer for $35 a case (must be preordered by March 4th.)

This will be a Southern California based team, and will practice as much as possible. Please be
able to practice at least 2 or 3 times per month.

Contact Leslie at leslie@paintballchick.com for all details and questions you may have.

 


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