Jake Plummer and family and the World Players of Handball are thrilled to host the seventh installment of the Plummer Family Helluva Handball Bash, October 2nd-4th in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. The Plummer Family Bash is widely considered to be one of the best events in handball, combining spectacular handball with incredible Plummer family hospitality. This year’s Bash will be no exception, as five of the top nine WPH Race 4 Eight pros have entered. R48 co-#3 Emmett Peixoto defeated Sean Lenning in the 2014 Plummer Final and will aim to defend his Plummer Bash title against R48 #2 Luis Moreno, R48 co-#3 Sean Lenning, R48 #5 Mando Ortiz and R48 #9 Stephen Cooney.
“I want to continue showcasing the exceptional handball skills of the game’s top players at our family tournament,” stated former NFL All-Pro turned handball promoter Jake Plummer. “The Plummer family is proud to host the best handball players out there each year.”
“This is not an official Race event but it is still a huge one,” declared WPH Executive Director, David Vincent. “The Race 4 Eight has become so popular that we have hosted two Pre- Race 4 events! I can assure you that all of the guys will be aiming to win one of the sport’s most highly regarded titles.”
The Plummer Family Helluva Handball Bash 7 will not be broadcasted live, but like the World Players of Handball on Facebook, log onto wphlive.tv or follow the WPH on Twitter @dfwph and @wphlive for all of the updates from the PFHHB7! To follow the draws and results from the PHHB7, click here.
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