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The Adelaide Angels Baseball Club, established in 1908, is one of the oldest Baseball clubs in Adelaide and has a wealth of history and tradition. Our home base is Weigall Oval in Plympton.

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"ANGELS" OPENING SEASON LAUNCH

7thOctoberOpeningSeasonLaunch

Friday 7th October 2016


Pre-Season Training

All New Members Welcome
Please see Team Age Group for pre-season training dates..


COACHING APPOINTMENTS

2016-2017

SEASON

The Club has been working really hard over the past couple of months preparing for next season.
I am pleased to announce the 2016 - 2017 season will be in good hands as we have secured our coaches to the Club and the following have been appointed:

Div 1

Ben Frick

Div 2

Zac Stokes

Div 2 Asst Coach

Anthony Edwards

Div 3

Alex Ditrich

Div 4

Chris Frick

Div 5

Dion Thiele

Div 6

TBA

Div 7

Paul Tucker

U17's

Davey Watkins & Kieran Cassidy

U15's

Pierre Avcarich & Alejandro Perez

U13's

Matt Pace

U11's

Stuart Batchelor

Coach Pitch

TBA

T-Ball

TBA


Congratulations and good luck to all the Coaches for the upcoming season. Information on pre-season training will be announced shortly.
We are still looking for coaches to assist with the following teams:
Div 6, Coach Pitch and T-Ball
If you are interested in coaching please contact Stuart Batchelor gm@tqcsi.com or 0428 868 172.


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2016/17 Senior Club Night

Every Thursday Night

At the Club House from 6pm.
Our Bar and kitchen/BBQ will be open with beverages and meals available.
Come on down support the Cluband join in the fun!

Presentations and summary of the previous Saturday and Sunday games.

2016/17 Junior Club Night

Every Friday Night

At the Club House from 6pm.
Our Bar and kitchen/BBQ will be open with beverages and meals available.
Come on down support the Cluband join in the fun!

Presentations and summary of the previous Wednesday and Sunday games.


Are your contact details up to date ?

adelaidebaseballclub@gmail.com



THE WEIGALL OVAL MASTER PLAN -
OPEN FOR PUBLIC COMMENT

Dear Members,

The results from the public comment were very favorable for the Club. We should have more information on the progression of the Master Plan at the start of the upcoming 2015/16 season.

The Master Plan will enable the both Clubs (Baseball & Soccer) to co-exist during winter and summer with each Club being provided with a full size Baseball Diamond and Soccer Pitch all year round. There is a shared facility for the junior diamond and pitches. The Club House will be a dual facility with both Clubs having access all year round.

Further information is available regarding the plan via this link -Weigall_Oval_draft_master_plan.pdf pdf (6030.37 KB).

If you require further information please do not hesitate to contact Stuart Batchelor 0428 868 172 or gm@tqcsi.com


Introduction to Baseball
with the "ANGELS"

SEASON 2016/17

Do you want to learn how to throw like a pro?
Then the Angels want to help you.
Would you like to hit a home run?
Then the Angels want to show you how.
If you want to learn, then the Angels want to teach you!

For more information please click on the following link:

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or contact Stuart Batchelor Tel. No. 0428 868 172, email: gm@tqcsi.com


Game Day Behaviour

Please consider the following when attending games:

  • Accept decisions of all umpires as being fair and called to the best of their ability. They are there to enforce the rules of play but they cannot always be right. Accept bad calls graciously. Abuse of umpires is unacceptable behaviour. If you disagree with a decision, accept it graciously as you cannot change it.

  • Always be positive in your support for players. Never ridicule or shout at a player, particularly a young player for making a mistake during competition.

  • Support all efforts to remove verbal and physical abuse from sporting activities.

  • Respect your team’s opponents, officials and spectators. Encourage players to obey the rules and to accept decisions of umpires. Often players can get carried away when spectators become enthusiastic or heated over an issue. Always encourage players to obey the rules and do not dispute umpires decisions.

  • Demonstrate appropriate social behaviour by not using foul language or harassing players, coaches or officials. Anti social behaviour such as foul or abusive language has no place in baseball.

  • Respect the rights, dignity and worth of every person, regardless of their gender, ability, cultural background or religion. Avoid any remarks that could be construed as offensive or discriminatory.

  • The consumption of alcohol and smoking is inappropriate on the playing surface, or in proximity of the dugouts at all matches and training sessions.


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