SABU Presidents roadshow gets underway with positive spirit in Western Cape

This weekend marked the commencement of the South African Baseball Presidential Roadshow, with the initial round taking place in the Western Cape.

 

The roadshow’s primary objective is to foster continued connectivity among all participants in South African baseball. It also aims to maintain the implementation of the South African Baseball strategic plan while highlighting new opportunities within the sport. A crucial aspect of the roadshow is to facilitate the smooth flow of information among clubs, districts, and provinces.

 

During the Western Cape leg of the roadshow, President Marc Moreau, along with Vice Presidents Patrick van Niekerk and Denis Philander, hosted a two-day workshop that brought together various baseball leaders and commission members from the province, along with representatives from districts and multiple clubs. This platform offered an invaluable opportunity for members to engage openly, gain insights into SABU (South African Baseball Union) initiatives, pose questions, and comprehend the various channels of governance.

 

The roadshow once again emphasized the positive prospects for baseball in South Africa, including the newly established relationship with the Dominican Republic Baseball Federation, developments in school sports, and the promotion of Baseball5.

 

President Moreau elaborated on and reminded the various leadership structures about the resources provided by South African Baseball to ensure the growth and sustainability of the sport in the country. One such resource is the South African Baseball membership portal, which streamlines membership input and tracking, offering various outputs such as transformation statistics and high-performance conversions, starting with club membership registration.

 

The events also created an opportunity for new members to get involved, and it welcomed the addition of the newly formed Khayelitsha Giants Baseball Club, extending a warm welcome and calling for support to embrace and bolster the new member.

 

The President’s roadshow will continue to roll out across the remaining provinces in South Africa, with the additional intention of ensuring that former players are aware of the evolution South African Baseball has undergone in recent years. The roadshow aims to convey that opportunities for growth and investment in the sport are possible as the various appointed commissions roll out their respective projects.

 

President Moreau stated, “To ensure that the platforms and tools provided are utilized to their full extent, SABU is committed to several practical educational programs aimed at administrative empowerment and with a view to delivering on the multiple aspects of the national sports transformation charter.”

South African Baseball Clubs leadership
South African Baseball Media Presentation
Western Cape Regions and clubs attend presidents roadshow

SABU Presidents roadshow gets underway with positive spirit in Western Cape

This weekend marked the commencement of the South African Baseball Presidential Roadshow, with the initial round taking place in the Western Cape.

 

The roadshow’s primary objective is to foster continued connectivity among all participants in South African baseball. It also aims to maintain the implementation of the South African Baseball strategic plan while highlighting new opportunities within the sport. A crucial aspect of the roadshow is to facilitate the smooth flow of information among clubs, districts, and provinces.

 

During the Western Cape leg of the roadshow, President Marc Moreau, along with Vice Presidents Patrick van Niekerk and Denis Philander, hosted a two-day workshop that brought together various baseball leaders and commission members from the province, along with representatives from districts and multiple clubs. This platform offered an invaluable opportunity for members to engage openly, gain insights into SABU (South African Baseball Union) initiatives, pose questions, and comprehend the various channels of governance.

 

The roadshow once again emphasized the positive prospects for baseball in South Africa, including the newly established relationship with the Dominican Republic Baseball Federation, developments in school sports, and the promotion of Baseball5.

 

President Moreau elaborated on and reminded the various leadership structures about the resources provided by South African Baseball to ensure the growth and sustainability of the sport in the country. One such resource is the South African Baseball membership portal, which streamlines membership input and tracking, offering various outputs such as transformation statistics and high-performance conversions, starting with club membership registration.

 

The events also created an opportunity for new members to get involved, and it welcomed the addition of the newly formed Khayelitsha Giants Baseball Club, extending a warm welcome and calling for support to embrace and bolster the new member.

 

The President’s roadshow will continue to roll out across the remaining provinces in South Africa, with the additional intention of ensuring that former players are aware of the evolution South African Baseball has undergone in recent years. The roadshow aims to convey that opportunities for growth and investment in the sport are possible as the various appointed commissions roll out their respective projects.

 

President Moreau stated, “To ensure that the platforms and tools provided are utilized to their full extent, SABU is committed to several practical educational programs aimed at administrative empowerment and with a view to delivering on the multiple aspects of the national sports transformation charter.”

South African Baseball Clubs leadership
South African Baseball Media Presentation
Western Cape Regions and clubs attend presidents roadshow