As announced in November 2019, Baseball WA will be sending a team on the pathway of the Palomino World Series to the Palomino Asia Pacific tournament.
This is a pathway for athletes league aged 17 and 18 years old. This team will be selected out of the Big League competition. Players must fulfil the 50% games played in that division as required under the rules. (* players from clubs without a Big League team encouraged to nominate *)
LEAGUE AGE - age as at 31 August 2020
This is an opportunity for players that are too old for the Little League age divisions to experience a charter-like tournament event.
Our team will play in the Asia Pacific tournament to take place in Seoul, Korea from June 29 to July 2 with the team leaving 3-4 days early to play scratch matches in Korea and experience local tourist opportunities.
Should the team win the tournament it will progress to the World Series in Laredo, Texas from July 31 to August 3.
The trip is self-funded and expected cost around $3,500 pp.
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE - tournament organisers are monitoring the situation and will provide updates which will be uploaded here for you to view. The tournament may be moved re location and/or time. If cancelled BWA will look for alternate tournaments for our team to compete in. 16/3/20 - Palomino tournament has been relocated to Manila, Philippines from 2 to 6 July. 3/4/20 - Pony have announced that the 2020 tournament has been cancelled. We will revisit in 2021.
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