Baseball Associations for Kids - Churchill (4305)

the Ipswich Region, Queensland (QLD)

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The Western Districts Baseball club provides opportunity for playing baseball at any level from junior players right through to Masters players. No experience is necessary and new players are always welcome. Boys and girls can all play starting from age 6. The Club provides for social baseball games right through to players being selected to play for Queensland and Australia at both Junior and Senior levels. Western Districts Baseball Club has two newly refurbished baseball grounds at their home ...

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Administers softball in the Ipswich area. Summer competition Provides a competition for registered members that players and officials have a career pathway. - Club; Association; State and National teams available in both male and female divisions- juniors and seniors Affiliated Clubs based throughout the area

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Queensland Gaelic Football & Hurling Association
Our organisation is the home of the Irish Gaelic Football and Hurling in Queensland. Established in 1982, it originated as a monthly informal ‘kick-about’ for mostly Irish ex-pats, who were missing the camradrie and familiarity of their national sport. Today, the organisation is one of the largest Gaelic Football bodies in Australia, catering for over 600 people on an annual basis. The organisation provides a vital service to both the Irish, Australian and wider community, between providing ...
In May 1928 two local businessman, Tom Kerr and Alex Robinson showed tremendous vision when they called a public meeting in the Sherwood Parish Hall with the aim of building a golf course. This course was to service the needs of the residents of the Oxley, Sherwood & Graceville districts. Consequently, Oxley Golf Club was formed. Kerr and Robinson secured an option to purchase twenty five acres of land on the Ipswich Road side and then applied for a lease of One Hundred and twenty acres of Crown ...
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