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The future of Women’s Baseball, have your say.

The future of Women’s Baseball, have your say.

Author: Baseball Australia Media/Thursday, 24 December 2015/Categories: News, Women's , Emeralds

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In a move that will help shape the future of Women’s Baseball in this country, Baseball Australia has today announced the appointment of a new Women’s Baseball Advisory Panel, who’s main objective, is to identify area’s and opportunity for improvement and growth of the women’s game, from grass roots through to high performance.

The Advisory Panel, made up of a group of selected volunteers, who boast a vast range of knowledge, which spans all levels of baseball and more specifically Australian Women’s Baseball. 

Narelle Gosstray - Northern Territory
Simone Wearne - Victoria
Al Connors - Queensland
Shae Lillywhite - Victoria
David Nagy - New South Wales
Amanda Micro - Western Australia
John Gaynor - New South Wales
Dean White - Western Australia

Hitting the ground running the panel wishes to invite all those in the Australian Women’s Baseball community to come together and help create the future you want to see. A forum will be held in Canberra at the Women’s National Championships Monday 11 January 2016 from 7pm.

We encourage anyone who wants to contribute to the future of Australian Women’s Baseball to get on board and start the conversation now. The forum is open to all junior and senior players, coaches, officials, volunteers and parents and registrations to attend are essential.

To register your attendance or interest click here.

Further information on the forum will be available in the weeks to come. 

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