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2017 Sherman Celtic Festival and Highland Games
You are cordially invited to compete at The Sherman Celtic Festival and Highland Games hosted by TCAA. We will host Amateur A, B, C, Light Weights, Masters, Novice, Women and Women Masters classes. The athletic competitions will all be held on Saturday, March 25, 2017 at: Field to be announced.
Entry fee is $35. Entries are a first come, first serve basis and class sizes will be limited to maximum 12. Deadline for entry is March 10, 2017. Game day registrations are accepted at the AD's discretion
Get your entries in early.
NASGA/TCAA rules apply;
All classes will begin promptly at 9AM. All competitors must check-in at judge’s table to sign in no later than 8AM. Assistance with set up begins at 7:30AM. It is at the AD’s discretion to allow late shows to compete. All competitors must sign in and complete a waiver before the competition begins. At the AD’s discretion, competitors may be moved between classes to fill open slots or to make competition more competitive. All athletes will be provided drinks and snacks. It will be a full day of competition so be sure to bring along extra food and electrolytes to get you through the day.
1. All classes MUST wear a kilt and tall socks. Kilts must be traditional length and have no external pockets.
2. All Decisions of the Judges and Athletic Director are final. NASGA/RMSA rules will be used for judging.
3. Athletes will be expected to conduct themselves in a professional and courteous manner, maintaining a friendly and respectful attitude toward the public, officials and other competitors.
Reminder: There are kids in the audience, cursing will be kept to a level the audience cannot hear.
4. Scoring for the competition will be 1 point for 1st place, 2 points for 2nd and so on through number of competitors. Athlete with the lowest score wins the event.
If you have any questions, please email the Athletic Director, Mark Cannon at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Texas Celtic Athletic Association
The Texas Celtic Athletic Association is a Texas-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Visit our website at www.txceltics.com
To foster amateur sports competition, support and develop amateur athletes, and take an active role in enhancing our communities through our guiding principles of dedication, fairness, achievement and compassion.
To create a model for athletic competition standards, charitable works, and community engagement that will be replicated and improved upon by like-minded individuals and organizations.
TCAA values strength. Strength of mind, spirit, resolve, as well as body. TCAA and its members will have the strength of mind to dedicate themselves to their causes, the strength of spirit to lift up those in need, the strength of resolve to never abandon what we help to build, and the strength in our bodies to honor the Celtic athletic tradition.