Baseball WA is accepting applications for a full-time Development Officer, commencing in October 2021.
Please click HERE to read the position description and application requirements.
Applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 8 October 2021. Applicants should include their resume and a cover letter explaining their experience and why they meet the criteria.
Baseball WA is pleased to confirm the schedule for the 2021 Schools Baseball Competition, which will take place across four days in November.
The tournament calendar includes:
After the success of the 2020 Schools Baseball Competition pilot program, we are excited to welcome six primary and six secondary schools to this year’s extended tournament format.
Schools have been placed into divisions based on school size, student experience and past tournament performance.
Click HERE to view the full schedule.
West Australian Liam Hendriks created a slice of Chicago White Sox history on Friday morning, becoming the first pitcher in franchise history to record 30-plus saves and 100-plus strikeouts in a season.
The two-time MLB All-Star entered in a non-save situation in the eighth having not pitched since Sunday morning and struck out the side on 16 pitches as the White Sox went down to the Los Angeles Angels 9-3 at Guaranteed Rate Field.
Hendriks hit the 100 strikeout milestone for the second time in his career with his second punchout of the day.
The former Perth Heat pitcher recorded 124 in 2019 with the Oakland Athletics.
Hendriks became the first White Sox reliever since Keith Foulke fanned 123 in 1999 to hit the milestone.
He became the fifth reliever in franchise history to achieve the feat.
Hendriks leads all Major League relievers with 101 strikeouts this season. He has issued just seven walks in 64 innings.
The White Sox lead the American League Central by 11 games over the Cleveland Indians.
WA Country Little League is seeking expressions of interest from people interested in serving as head coach or executive officer for any of the teams competing in this year's championship tournament pathway.
WA Country hopes to field teams in all four age divisions in 2022 and now needs to fill key positions in time to conduct tryouts scheduled for January.
These age divisions are as follows (note that ages are as at 31 August 2022):
The hope is there is sufficient interest across regional WA to fill the four squads that will compete in the state championship tournaments in April 2022.
To be eligible, team personnel must be:
Expressions of interest will be taken up until 31 October 2021 HERE.
All players are advised that two tryouts have been scheduled, one at Empire Ballpark, Thornlie on 15-16 January 2022 and the other at Marie Marland Reserve, South Hedland 28-30 January 2022. A registration portal for these will be advised closer to the event.
Women’s Super League (WSL) coaches will conduct pre-season training for any female players wishing to take part in the upcoming season.
This will be a high level coaching experience that female players of all ages and abilities should take advantage of.
Players can register their interest in the pre-season training HERE.
There are four Saturday sessions planned, including:
The sessions on 18 and 25 September will double up as WSL tryouts.
As a reminder, WSL registrations close Wednesday 15 September 2021.
Click HERE to read more about this performance/participation competition for female baseball players and register today.
Baseball Western Australia
Corner Nicholson and Wilfred Roads, Thornlie WA 6108
PO Box 1489, Canning Vale DC WA 6970
Phone: 1300 557 353