Welcome to the Winner’s Circle Cornhole Club (WCCC)
The WCCC is a close knit family of passionate and skilled cornhole affectionados. We come together every Wednesday evening to throw bags at the legendary Winner’s Circle Sports Bar in Salisbury, Massachusetts. We play together (and against each other) in various local tournaments spread throughout the year. We are an ACL (American Cornhole League) sanctioned organization who runs, manages and facilitates ACL events.
We utilize the Scoreholio scoring software to run and facilitate our events.
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You’ll find us often running numerous charity cornhole tournaments all over New England throughout the year. We can do it all from helping you promote the event, to setting it up and running it, as well as handling all the extra money makers like airmail and 50/50 raffles.
Our club hosts a weekly tournament every Wednesday at 7:00pm at the Winner’s Circle Sports Bar in Salisbury, Massachusetts. Your $10.00 entry fee goes into the prize pool paid to the winning team and the runners up. Every player receives $5.00 in Circle Bucks that can be used for delicious food or drinks at the bar or food window. The public and all skill levels are welcome! We are an ACL sanctioned club, so ACL players earn points each and every Wednesday night! The cost to join the WCCC is only $30.00/year and you’ll receive a complimentary t-shirt with your name on it along with other benefits.
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The WCCC is generously sponsored by Jasmine’s Roast Beef, McFarland Ford, N.A. Nichols, Single Digits, and Rich Electric.
I met the love of my life here!
Lots of fun with great people!
Pretty much the most fun you can have on a Wednesday night. Great competition with an awesome group of guys and gals.
“I’ve met my best friends for life playing in the WCCC. These are the people I want at my wedding one day.”
“If you live on the North Shore, or if you are looking for a cornhole field trip, I’d encourage you to come visit the Circle. Edju runs some of the best round robin tournaments around. The competition level, and “bang for your buck” can’t be beat – except for maybe by the quality of people that come out and play.”