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Baseball NSW would like to congratulate the following players and staff on being..selected to represent the NSW Youth Womens Representative Team to compete in the 2020 Australian Womens Championships.
Youth Womens Representative Team
Ashleigh Ross – Manager
Dean Head – Assistant Coach
Phil Gruppelaar – Assistant Coach
NSW has recently faced unprecedented conditions concerning it’s air quality. The situation has not eased and is now at hazardous levels statewide.
There is guidance provided from NSW Department of Health which is consistent with advice from overseas, namely the US Department of Environment and the NCAA.
More information on our air quality is available from the NSW Department of Health website -
As a result, BNSW has adopted the Air Quality Index (AQI) measure to determine the risk to it’s members, which is updated hourly by the NSW Department of Health. The AQI measurement to be used is the Particles PM2.5 Index.
This data can be obtained at the following site –
Members should use the Regional AQI number reading for the local area as appropriate. Any Regional AQI Particles PM 2.5 Index reading beyond 200 is deemed too hazardous to your health.
Based on advice from the NSW Dept of Health -
Training and games should be postponed/cancelled when your regional AQI Particles PM 2.5 Index reading reaches 200 or higher.
It is possible that the correct data cannot be accessed. If this is the case, then the fitness of the air quality will be decided by the authorities controlling the ground, the team managers, or in the event of the managers disagreeing, by the Umpire in Chief, in that order. The safety of players, officials and spectators shall be the primary concern of the officials.
If games are called off in this situation, then they should be treated as a ‘wash out’.
Baseball NSW, Sports Camps Australia & Under Armour invite you to join us this school holidays for the Advance Baseball Skills Camp at Winston Hills from 15th to 17th January 2020.
The SCA Under Armour Advanced Baseball Camp is a 3 day camp for Division 1 players. It will cover all aspects of the game in the areas of fitness, strength and conditioning to hitting, pitching, base running and fielding.
The camp also includes:
– Swing analysis using Video and Blast Bat Sensor technology
– See how hard and far you hit the ball with our Rapsodo ball flight technology
– Have all of your athletic skills analysed with the latest testing techniques
Call 1800 753 127 or click here to find out more
Baseball New South Wales
81 Eastern Rd ROOTY HILL NSW 2766 AUSTRALIA
PO Box 63 MT DRUITT NSW 2770 AUSTRALIA
Phone: +61 2 9675 6872
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