Geelong Baseball Association offers a winter competition - for seniors and juniors - that runs from April to September.
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Expressions of interest are being sought by the East Belmont ‘Saints’ Baseball Club for a suitably qualified person to provide the coaching and leadership to the senior playing group and guiding the club for success in the 2014 GBA winter season.
Remuneration and conditions of appointment are negotiable for the suitably qualified persons who may be considered.
Fielding 5 senior, 4 junior teams and supporting the GBA development in Rally Cap in the 2013 GBA season ‘Saints’ has a strong and committed playing group with a proud and successful history. We are looking to build on those successes in the future.
Job function includes but not limited to:
-Game day preparation, game strategy and management for first nine and direction to the second nine team.
-Senior team selections
-Setting club senior training sessions
-Provide playing and training advice to all club team coaches, senior & juniors
-Advocating the club standards of on field player and coaches conduct
-Attending key club social functions
For more information contact Chris Rickard (0411 165205).
Applications by close of business on 23 December 2013. Interested parties are invited to send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Guild Baseball club affiliated with the Geelong Baseball Association is seeking to appoint a Club coach for season 2014.
We are situated at the prestigious Waurn Ponds Stadium .
We are looking for a Coach who can get the best out of the playing group and develop a culture of success.
Other responsibilities for the Club Coach would be:
- First grade team preparation, strategy and game-day management
- Coordination of all senior training
- Ensuring on-field conduct of senior coaching staff and players are in line with the BV Code of Conduct
- Liaising with Junior Team Managers to ensure senior players are available to umpire junior games
- Attending committee meetings
-Attending club social functions
- Submission of an end of season report to the to the Club Members summarising the Club’s performance over the season .
Please direct any enquiries to Ash Britton or Kyle Murrells
APPLICATIONS CLOSE FRIDAY 29 NOVEMBER 2013
Challenged late in the contest, Guild rode another superb starting stint by Brad Egan to post a hard-fought win over Lara Wildcats that delivered a third title on the trot in a fitting send-off for long-time Manager Michael Darcy.........
We have all too quickly come to the end of another winter season that produced more than its share of interest and produced hard-fought, competitive baseball through the senior grades.
Conditions could not have been better for Grand Final Day, with both the stadium and Pioneer Park in immaculate nick – a credit to the Guild and Saints clubs. While the haloes were not represented onfield for the deciding round of games, not so Guild – which fielded four teams for two premierships on the day.
Looking to again take the A Grade and A Reserve quinella, the Lions were successful in the main game but lowered their colours in A Reserve to perennial finalist Lara Wildcats. Guild Lions snagged the B Grade title with a last-gasp win over the Cubs, while Colac bludgeoned Corio to earn the B Reserve pennant.
Congratulation to the winners. Well done to all teams making the playoffs.
|A Grade Premier||GUILD LIONS|
|A Reserve Premier||LARA WILDCATS|
|B Grade Premier||GUILD LIONS|
|B Reserve Premier||COLAC BRAVES|
Geelong Baseball Association again extends its congratulations to senior awards winners announced at Presentation Evening at Lara Sport Club on Saturday 7 September.....READ MORE
Geelong Baseball Association again extends its congratulations to junior premier teams and awards winners announced after Grand Finals on Saturday 7 September.....READ MORE
With the recent changes to websites being endured as the ABF transfers to the new IMG platform, it might be useful to list what we appear to have in the way of existing summer club and winter association websites.
This list may not be complete, it includes summer clubs only and it will be subject to change as clubs transition to the new system or opt for stand-alone services.