Tournament Entry Form
Junior Events Free • Adult Entries $25 1st event, $35 for 2 events
Banquet Only $20 per person with reservations/payment made here.
Tournament entry must be submitted by Saturday, September 17th.
Payments must be made in advance of the tournament online - here. No exceptions.
AARA's 2022 season Kick Off Tournament will be held September 21 -24, 2022 at The Alaska Club East. Matches will begin the 21st with play in the afternoons & evenings weekdays. Saturday start time 8 am. Tournament will be followed by a Sept. 24th 6 pm Fajita Bar Banquet at Gallos Restaurant on Old Seward Highway to celebrate the racquetball community and thank the Keaveny family for their involvement and support over the years. Tournament entrants receive the banquet admission at no additional cost. Non-participants can reserve a place at the banquet for $20 per person by pre-paying here. NOTE: Square payments has auto-completion address issues so if you're having difficulty, please check the address section & try again.
To encourage more participation yet still cover the cost of balls and any prizes or gifts not covered by donations from the community, entry cost for every participant over 18 years old is: 1st event = $25 and covers 1 event entry + the $25 Annual AARA membership. 2 Events $35. Maximum of 2 events per person.
Tournament will use the Traditional USA Racquetball Scoring as per USAR Official Rules & Regulations of Racquetball.
By submitting a tournament form, you agree that both you and your representatives to assume all risks associated with entering, participating in and/or attending the tournament and hold harmless the AARA board and tournament facility of any liability. You also acknowledge the tournament will be Self Refereed until the finals. If requested, a referee may be assigned; subject to availability.
Your online entry submission request means you agree to abide by the AARA rules of conduct. You and your supporters acknowledge that the AARA Board is comprised of volunteers and will be respectful as well as follow the rules and regulations of the AARA Board and USA Racquetball.