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10th anniversary party/Move at the Palace Theater

National Lampoon’s Blackball is the the true story of a bocce player who earned the longest ban in English sports history. It’s an absolute MUST SEE  if you play Turbo Bocce, or even if you think joining a bocce league sounds fun.

The time is Tuesday May 6th, and the cost is only $3!

There will be food, drinks, prizes, and even bocce so you can watch the move and then play the game!

Doors open at 5:30pm for food, drinks, and games.  Movie starts at 7:00pm.

Location, Palace Theater 2384 James Street, Syracuse, NY 13206.

   

Important Information About TURBO BOCCE for those who are New and Interested in Playing

  • Turbo Bocce holds games every Tuesday during the summer.

  • The season starts Tuesday May 27th

  • There is a preseason/practice week on Tuesday May 20th that you can participate in without committing to anything to see if its right for you.

  • Your game will take about an hour, and can be played any time after 5pm. To keep our league convenient to play in and limit wait time there are no set schedules. You simply show up whenever is most convenient for you and play the next available team you have not already played against. There are always games available for everybody.

  • A team consists of two players so bring a friend, or contact Paul to be set up with a partner.

  • Our season lasts 10 weeks, plus a make up week and a playoff.

  • There are $5 all you can eat and drink deals at every game, for those interested.

  • All the bocce balls, score sheets, food, drinks, and everything else you need are provided by the league. You just need to show up and have a good time.

  • The league fee for the year is $50 per player. With this fee you get participation in the league, and an opportunity to win money every week, plus a payout in the playoffs.

  • Contact Paul at paul@turbobocce.com if you are interested in joining the league or have any questions.
   

Top 10 Turbo Bocce Memories

There has never been a more exciting time to play bocce in Syracuse! Turbo Bocce is heading into its tenth season, and we are bigger and better than ever.

Due to our humble beginnings, not too many people remember what the league was like when it first started in 2005, and that is a shame [...]

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New to Turbo Bocce? Watch this video to learn more about us.

   

One Shining Moment

Those of you that know me and my cheesy side know that I stay up every year to watch One Shining Moment after the college basketball national championship no matter how little sleep it results in.

That is why today feels like early Christmas to me . . . because Turbo Bocce finally has its own One Shining Moment video!

Thanks to Jackie Vidler of Enfoque Images for shooting it, and while you watch listen closely for our friends at Upon Further Review, ESPN radio 97.7 who do some commentary.

   

Enfoque Images

If you like our One Shining Moment video, keep Enfoque Images in mind.  Jackie Vidler owns the company and is as good a photographer and videographer as there is in Syracuse.

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Triple Crown of Bocce

You may have heard of horse racing’s triple crown or even baseball’s triple crown, but maybe you don’t know that Syracuse hosted a triple crown that’s way better than either of those. The triple crown of bocce!

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Turbo Bocce Wins 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place at Italian Fest

Every year the old Italian guys who play bocce on the courts at Onondaga Lake Park put on a bocce tournament at the Italian Festival, and every year (at least for the last six years) four guys from our league get together and win the thing.

Spoiler Alert. This year was no different.

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Championship Recap

Turbo Bocce’s championship tournament had more people playing better bocce than I can ever remember, so I am going to do my best to ensure it gets remembered in a fitting way.

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2013 Turbo Bocce Champions – Mark & Robb

   
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