Festa Italia

Everything you need to know about the upcoming Syracuse Italian Fest bocce tournament!

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1) This bocce tournament is the 3rd leg of the Bocce Triple Crown along with our 1 on 1 tournament, and our championship.

2) This is a 4 on 4 double elimination tournament.

3) They play bocce in a court and the rule is you have to roll the ball.

4) It costs $60 per team to play ($15 per person).

5) Games start at 9am this Saturday the 17th.

6) No pre-registration just show up before 9 with the money and you get to play.

7) Turbo Bocce teams won the last 7 championships up until … Read More »

Playoff Info!

Tuesday League – The Finals will start at 11am this Saturday August 27.  The final 16 teams make the finals.

 

Wednesday League – The Finals will start at Noon this Saturday August 27.  The final 8 teams make the finals.

 

Both Leagues – With any luck our both tournaments will finish at about 6pm.  We will crown a champion and then enjoy an end of the year party at Sharkey’s where we will be giving out free food and drinks, and awards! Everybody in the league is encouraged to attend this party and have fun!  Not just the teams that made the finals.

Bocce Day! Do you need a team name?

Today’s another perfect weather day, and another chance to enjoy food, drinks, games, and good times in the sunshine.

If you don’t have a team name its time to think of something, and as usual Turbo Bocce is here to help with 133 suggestions to get your creative juices flowing (or that you can just steal).

Former Shot put champions

Bocce Horror Picture Show

Love is a Boccefield

Those are just 3 suggestions . . . read the whole list HERE.

Newbie’s Guide to Turbo Bocce

The season starts THIS WEEK!  So whether you are new to the league, or just need a refresher on how we play, here is your place for some quick info.

How to play in 5 easy steps (skip if you already know how to play):

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1) Flip a coin (or agree on another way to choose who shoots first)

2) The team who gets the first shot also gets to place the starting box (usually referred to as “the box” or sometimes “the mat”) and gets to throw the pallino.  The person who throws the pallino has to throw the first ball (must have one foot … Read More »