A fun, inclusive, engaging program for boys and girls aged 8-12 to start or continue their journey into softball.
The program will be adapted for all ages and abilities using the Game Sense and CHANGE IT approach. Activities align with the national health and physical education curriculum in schools, are written with the purpose of engaging children in physical activity and fostering a life-long love of sport.
An eight week program, with each session running for 1 hour consisting of skill development including striking and fielding skills followed by a Fully Loaded Softball game.
New registered participants will receive a Ball and Glove pack.
All equipment will be supplied.
Delivered by qualified and experienced coaches.
|HOST NAME||Eastern Raiders Softball Club|
|PROGRAM DATES||29 July 2021 to 16 September 2021|
|DAY OF THE WEEK||Thursday|
|PROGRAM TIMES||4.45pm - 5.45pm|
|VENUE||Waverley Softball Association - Jells Park|
|ADDRESS||2-30 Jells Road
VIC 3150, Australia
|CONTACT NAME||Rosemary Hawkins|
|COACH ID NUMBER||300318|
|COACHING ACCREDITATION LEVEL||Level 2, Softball Coach|
ABOUT THE HOST
Eastern Raiders Softball Club
The Eastern Raiders Softball Club plays in the Waverley Softball Association at Jells Park, Wheelers Hill in Melbourne. We are affiliated with the Victorian Softball Association and Softball Australia. The Eastern Raiders Softball Club was formed in 1990 following the amalgamation of Mount Waverley Softball Club and Blackburn North Softball Club. Eastern Raiders welcomes players of all ages and capabilities to join us. We field teams in all age groups from junior/T-ball through to senior A-grade. Opportunities exist for girls of all ages to advance through various grades of competition and to participate in teams for the Waverley Association, State and National Championships and even Masters! (over 35). We currently also have junior teams for boys at the u12 and u15 level. We encourage all family members to join in, and our main focus is fun and participation. We like to see our players and parents become involved in coaching, umpiring, scoring and any other facet of the club.