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California Natty Bongos beat Florida West Palm, Palm Nics in the 6th annual Nicaribbean open modified softball tournament that was organized in Hayward, California May 24, 25 2014. For team Natty Bongos, this is their 5th title in the Memorial Day weekend annual tournament. The contest showcased 10 very competitive teams originating from Fontana, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Jose, Menlo Park California, and one team from Palm Beach, Florida.
2013 champions New York, Moscos was a no show for 2014 Nicaribbean Hayward tournament. “We were looking forward to a rematch”, said Monty Wells, team captain and manager of Cali Natty Bongos.” I think we deserve a rematch” said Wells.
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California Natty Bongos is hosting the 7th annual Nicaribbean softball tournament in 2015. Tournament is going to be likely officiated at Little Lake park in Santa Fe Springs. Tournament organizers are preparing for a 12 to 14 team tournament.
Led by star pitcher Mark McCloud, New York, Moscos had the capacity to defeat Cali Natty Bongo in a 5-4 match in a twilight game before a considerable audience; shattering Natty Bongo’s 4 consecutive championships, however neglected to return in 2014 for a considerable demanded rematch.
Caribbean – NICARIBBEAN SOFTBALL-California Natty Bongos 2014
California Natty Bongos beat Florida West Palm, Palm Nics in the 6th annual Nicaribbean open modified softball tournament that was held in Hayward, California May 24, 25 2014.
Caribbean – NICARIBBEAN SOFTBALL-California Natty Bongos 2013
Fontana California 2013 (5w-2L)SECOND PLACE
Following earning four straight championships in the Nicaragua, Nicaribbean Annual Tournament, California Natty Bongos drop to New York Moscos 5-4. “We congratulate New York Moscos on their championship”, said general manager Carlos Downs.
Natty Bongo team players, nevertheless, are certainly enthusiastic and remaining healthy hoping redeeming the number one seat as champions. Veteran Aisa Delgadillo really feels good about the upcoming 2014 tournament in Hayward, California.
Caribbean – NICARIBBEAN-San Jose California 2012 (7w-0L)CHAMPIONS
NICARAGUAN SOFTBALL – Natty Bongo wins 4th straight championship in the Annual Nicaribbean Softball Tournament defeating Los Angeles The Real Deal Bilwi in a brutal 12-2 game. Team victory sparks a new beginning as Natty Bongo acquired new players to take on their former teammates in a final showdown. Rebuilding team chemistry is the focus for Team Natty Bongo’s upcoming years. Team captain and catcher/pitcher Monty Wells led team, along with 2009, 2010, 2012 MVP Ace pitcher Gilbert Joiner.
Teams: California Natty Bongos – Los Angeles, CA Bilwi The Real Deal – Rancho Cucamonga, CA Grass Lice – West Palm Beach, FL Palm Nics – San Francisco, CA Dantos – San Jose, CA Nicoyas – Fontana, CA Caribbeans – Fontana, CA Dantos – Menlo Park, CA. Caribbean Coast
California Natty Bongos in 4rth Annual Nicaribbean Softball Tournament in San Jose, California, May, 2012
Caribbean – NICARIBBEAN-Fontana, California 2011 (7w-0L)CHAMPIONS
Cali Natty Bongos in 3rd Annual Nicaribbean Softball Tournament in Fontana, California- May, 2011
Caribbean – NICARIBBEAN Hayward California 2010 (7w-0L) CHAMPIONS
Natty Bongo wins second championship in the Nicaragua Nicaribbean Tournament in Hayward California. Team Captain Valentine Douglas, along with Manager Kim Alen Perilla, led these talented ball players with 10 years of tournament experience. Tournament MVP was a difficult decision, as pitcher Gilbert Joiner pitched a no hitter and won 4 games, Franklin Joiner hit three game changing homeruns and was indeed consistently, Mr. Clutch. Franklin went deep over center field wall two times in the championship game leading the team to our second title.
Teams: California Natty Bongos – Rancho Cucamonga, CA Grass Lice – San Francisco, CA Dantos – San Jose, CA Nicoyas – Fontana, CA Caribbeans – Fontana, CA Dantos – Menlo Park, CA. Coast Team, San Francisco, CA Managua, Los Angeles Esteli
Softball is a version of baseball played with a bigger ball on a smaller field. The World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) governs rules of play in more than 110 countries, including the United States and Canada; before the WBSC was formed in 2013, the International Softball Federation filled this role. Elite women’s fast-pitch softball became a Summer Olympic sport in 1996, but it (and baseball) were dumped in 2005 from the 2012 games.