SCA Under Armour Baseball & T-Ball Camps are on again
The camps are run in conjunction with Baseball NSW the camps are located all over Sydney.
Don’t miss an opportunity to work with our professional baseball coaches to refine your baseball skills covering hitting, fielding, throwing, base running, game play and much more! No matter your experience, learn more in a fun and encouraging environment.
For more information visit Sports Camp Website or phone 1800 753 127.
Click below links for more info or to register.
Baseball5™ or B5 is an urban version of the classic games of baseball and softball. It is a fast, young and dynamic discipline that follows the same founding principles of its parent disciplines - hitting, throwing, catching, and running.
B5 is the perfect school sport as it promotes inclusion for boys and girls, which will help boost overall participation and physical activity. Most importantly, it is fun and enjoyable at all levels. To get B5 into your school, click on the link below and complete the steps required.
How-to guide for schools
With several Baseball5 resources including videos, training manuals, and the WBSC rulebook readily available to download, head over to our B5 webpage
For all the latest B5 news, action around the world, and upcoming events in Sydney check out our B5 Facebook page
We caught up with the Head of Baseball5, Adrian Medina Scull, who gave us some insight into B5 and the benefits of playing the game in schools.
“The 4 corners (baseball5) is a form of street baseball that is played in most streets of Havana. The best way to develop the game is by playing and practicing constantly.
I started playing more frequently in the fourth grade. I used to play with my neighbours before school, during every school break, and after my track and field practice. At the National High-Performance school, I also used to play constantly. 4 corners (B5) was the most popular pastime for the athletes after/before training and the least expensive.
With the muscular and athletic body development of the high-performance school program, the game became much faster, more dynamic, and aggressive (charismatic). The players involved were those who are nowadays Olympic, World and Continental champions of various sports, including baseball players. The mischief/quick thinking/streetwise knowledge of 4 corners (B5) enhanced my adaptation to fielding and quick reactions in traditional baseball. Even batting and hitting the ball with the hands have remarkable similarities”.
Any queries relating to Baseball5, please contact Adrian Medina Scull via email by clicking here.
To Our Members,
In a letter from Dr Kerry Chant, Chief Health Officer, sporting organizations have been requested to implement measures to minimize the risk of COVID-19 transmission related to participation in community sports. Based on advice from the NSW Government’s Chief Health Officer, Baseball NSW have outlined what is not applicable as of August 19th for six weeks, ending September 30th. We have drafted separate announcements that are relevant to Senior, Junior, and Country baseball respectively.
Baseball NSW wishes to further remind it’s members to continue to adhere to the current Public Health Order and follow the prescribed procedures which include social distancing and practicing good personal hygiene.
Baseball NSW is offering clubs and associations a free resource to assist with their grant funding applications.
We have partnered with Red Tape Busters to support the clubs in their efforts to provide its members with the best resources and facilities possible.
Expressions of Interest are now open, and we encourage clubs and associations to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity by submitting their applications.
Submissions are to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on Red Tape Busters, visit their website using the button below:
Baseball NSW would like to congratulate the following members, who have been selected as finalists
for the 2020 NSW Community Sports Awards:
⚾Young Official of the Year - Boston Stead - Nth Sydney Bears Junior Baseball Club
⚾Community Club of the Year - Thornleigh Baseball Club
⚾Distinguished Long Service Award - John Mossop - Boomerangs Baseball Club - Mayfield
The winners of the 2020 Community Sports Awards and presentations of the Distinguished Long Service Awards will take place at an event later this year. Due to the ongoing impacts of coronavirus and the uncertainty of the continually changing health environment, the details of this event have not been confirmed.
For more information regarding the awards please click below link:
EducationUSA will be hosting a live Student Visa webinar on Wednesday the 12th of August at 5pm.
Students will be able to hear directly from U.S. Consulate General Sydney Visa Officers to gain an update on the current student visa situation.
Have your questions answered during a live Q&A as part of the webinar. To register, click here
Baseball NSW would like to announce the appointment of Jason Chabi and Beth McVickers-Murphy respectively to its Board of Directors.
Jason has been offered a position on the Board into the vacant independent appointed Board member position. Beth is filling a casual vacancy left by the resignation of Elected Director, Anthony Brasher, who has resigned his position with BNSW to take on a position on the Baseball Australia Board of Directors.
As per the NSW Baseball League Constitution, Jason and Beth’s appointment are effective as of June 10th, 2020 and is subject to membership approval. If any member has any objection to this appointment, it can be expressed to the President in writing or via email no later than August 31st, 2020 at 12.00 pm.
All correspondence can be addressed to the BNSW Board President,
Ross Morrison at email@example.com
Given the recent and ongoing COVID restrictions that have been enforced by the NSW Government, BNSW has drafted an Addendum to the Return to Activity Document (25 June). You can download this via the above buttons.
All further updates provided by the NSW Government will be included in the Addendum document. We request that members please review the Addendum in conjunction with the Return to Activity Document (25 June).
BNSW have also created QR Code template in Microsoft Word, which clubs are welcome to use. Attendees at your respective venues would be required to register their details to assist with contact tracing. Clubs/venues can create their unique QR Code by clicking on the link below.
Once you have registered your QR Code, insert the unique information into the template and proceed to position the QR Code Poster around your venue. It is advised that the venue’s nominated COVID Officer ensure that attendees register their details at the venue either through a hard copy sign in or via the QR Code.
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US College Pathway Interviews
Baseball NSW have put together a series of interviews with players that have taken the next step in their educational and professional careers by heading over to various colleges across the United States.
BNSW Coach Education