Michelle WallerRead more
Fine but hot weather greeted us on week 3. A few missing faces due to State commitments but a good day none-the-less.
Just a reminder that more games are being scheduled on the outer diamonds this season in order to give some of the inner diamonds a well earned break. That means teams that may not have played on diamonds 15 to 18 historically will find this on the draw. Ask the women who play there every week, the diamonds are in great condition and there is good shade and a cool breeze. We thank you for your cooperation.
Nominations for all rep teams are now open but in particular, the Under 15 nominations are a priority - please note the fliers on one of the tabs above.
We've had a few questions about the draw and thought it would be good to let everyone know that the Fixtures and Grading Committee are only as good as the information given to them. As always at the start of any season, there are some things that change and, rather than put out a season draw and have to change it all, we simply put out a weekly draw until such times as the teams situation is settled.
Unfortunately at the moment, a few things are still up in the air as regrading, feeder situations and other issues get in the way.
Rest assured that the Committee is very good at what they do and will have a longer term draw out very soon. We thank you for your understanding and patience.
This season we have a few unusual situations that have caused some problems for some clubs that, if not resolved, could lead to teams having to forfeit and/or the competition being less competitive.We at the BSA want neither of those things to occur and I'm sure you don't either. So there will be a few changes to the Ground Rules for probably this season only. We go to great lengths to make your softball experience as good as it can be both on and off the diamond and any changes have this foremost in our minds. Your constructive feedback, of course, is always welcome so if you have a suggestion please send it to [email protected] - no well meaning idea is a bad idea!
Just because the season has started doesn't mean that new players aren't needed and welcome. Spread the word. There is nothing soft about softball!
Search by postcode, association An Association is an organisation that runs competitions and other programs and activities, and whose members generally consist of a number of Clubs, rather than individuals. Most Associations run or, in some cases, own Softball venues. Associations are direct members of their State Associations. and club A Club runs programs and activities and organises teams to play in Club or Association competitions. Club members are individuals and Clubs are members of an Association
Web Development, System Design & Communications Marketing © 1996-2011 Interfuse. All Rights Reserved.
Unless otherwise stated content is © 2014 Softball Australia. All matters to do with content should be directed to Softball Australia.