Baseball WA is looking forward to the 2022 Senior Baseball Club Championship from 9-13 April at Baseball Park, Thornlie.
The open-age, end-of-season tournament is supported by a $5,000 grant from the Road Safety Commission, which raises awareness of safe driving, especially for those driving long distances from regional to metropolitan WA and vice versa.
The alcohol-free event will include Road Safety Commission signage, a player pledge, special umpire shirts, and a grand final livestream.
There is also a Road Safety Quiz to help participants be more aware of fatigue and how to stay safe on the road.
The quiz is available HERE, and everyone who drops a paper copy into the entry box at the ballpark during SBCC games will be in the running for one of three big prizes.
“We are excited for the upcoming Senior Baseball Club Championship as we welcome teams across regional WA, State League, and Provincial League,” BWA Participation Manager David Hayes said.
“We appreciate the Road Safety Commission’s support of his tournament and look forward to raising awareness of the warning signs of fatigue amongst our player base, which is typically young males aged up to 35 years plus regional members who travel long distances. We want everyone to stay safe on and off the diamond while also enjoying a fun, action-packed week of baseball.”
Road Safety Event Grants aim to engage the community and promote important road safety messages.
Learn more about the Road Safety Commission HERE and follow Baseball WA on Facebook for all the latest on the 2022 Senior Baseball Club Championship.
Baseball Western Australia
Empire Ballpark, a Smoke-Free venue
Corner Nicholson and Wilfred Roads, Thornlie WA 6108
PO Box 1489, Canning Vale DC WA 6970
Phone: 1300 557 353