Registration now open for Hammer it Home Softball Tournament

Teams can be formed from different builder and associate businesses

The first ever Hammer it Home Softball Tournament will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, June 7 at Pendergast Park in Bremerton.

Builder and Associate teams will compete for the crown of the 2019 Kitsap Building Association’s Hammer it Home champion.

“Teams are forming quickly, so now’s the time to get registered and ensure you have a spot in the tournament,” said a release from the Kitsap Building Association. “Teams can be formed from different builder and associate businesses, so start completing your rosters, come up with your team and order up your jerseys!”

Registration is limited to four builder and four associate teams. Team registration is $100, to help cover the rental cost for fields, game officials and game balls. Register your team today at

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