Inner City Baseball5 Champs delivers another growth opportunity for South African Baseball

This past weekend saw several teams take part in the Gauteng Inner City Baseball5 Championships in East Lynne, Pretoria with great success and enthusiasm.

The event saw more than seventy children from various clubs and schools playing in the u12 and U15 age groups with some hands on Baseball5 coaching, whilst playing competitive and fun matches.

In addition to local coaches and administrators under the guidance of international Baseball5 umpire Jason Bell and head of South African Baseball5 Americo Juma the event saw a local NPO engage with the children on following a safe and healthy lifestyle.

The event which follows on from the recent Baseball5 clinics held in South West Gauteng and Cape Town in the Western Cape delivered yet another opportunity for boys and girls to get involved in Baseball5 and is one more steppingstone towards participation in South African Baseball.

Baseball5 is a mix gender sport that can be played everywhere with only a soft ball and no bat and sees teams of five against five in matches which last typically last between twenty and sixty minutes.

Baseball5 is probably South Africa’s fastest-growing sport and now sees registrations open for clubs, schools, and private structures to register with South African Baseball5 and join this Olympic-recognised sport code.

To sign up for Baseball5, or to register your club or school with South African Baseball click here

Gauteng Inner City Baseball Championship Teams
Baseball5 Coaches demonstration
Tshwane Youth Baseball5 Team
Pirates Baseball5 Team

Inner City Baseball5 Champs delivers another growth opportunity for South African Baseball

This past weekend saw several teams take part in the Gauteng Inner City Baseball5 Championships in East Lynne, Pretoria with great success and enthusiasm.

The event saw more than seventy children from various clubs and schools playing in the u12 and U15 age groups with some hands on Baseball5 coaching, whilst playing competitive and fun matches.

In addition to local coaches and administrators under the guidance of international Baseball5 umpire Jason Bell and head of South African Baseball5 Americo Juma the event saw a local NPO engage with the children on following a safe and healthy lifestyle.

The event which follows on from the recent Baseball5 clinics held in South West Gauteng and Cape Town in the Western Cape delivered yet another opportunity for boys and girls to get involved in Baseball5 and is one more steppingstone towards participation in South African Baseball.

Baseball5 is a mix gender sport that can be played everywhere with only a soft ball and no bat and sees teams of five against five in matches which last typically last between twenty and sixty minutes.

Baseball5 is probably South Africa’s fastest-growing sport and now sees registrations open for clubs, schools, and private structures to register with South African Baseball5 and join this Olympic-recognised sport code.

To sign up for Baseball5, or to register your club or school with South African Baseball click here

Gauteng Inner City Baseball Championship Teams
Baseball5 Coaches demonstration
Tshwane Youth Baseball5 Team
Pirates Baseball5 Team