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    Coventry swells the ranks of university baseball teams

    Baseball is really starting to grow among Midlands universities, and Coventry University will be the latest addition when they start a baseball team this spring.

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    Farnham Park Baseball and Softball Club establishes clear vision for the future

    The newly-established Farnham Park Baseball and Softball Club (FPBSC), formerly Chalfont Softball Club, is looking forward to laying the foundations during the 2015 season to become the UK’s first “Super Club”, encompassing all three formats of baseball plus slowpitch and fastpitch softball.

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    Softball to kick off at York University in January

    The University of York is hosting its first-ever softball session at the end of January 2015, led by GB Junior Men’s Fastpitch Team player Matt Tomlin.  The aim is to enter a team in BSUK’s co-ed slowpitch National University Softball Championships in March 2015.

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    This Girl Can campaign starts with nationwide TV debut

    Sport England is launching a ground-breaking new campaign called This Girl Can to get women and girls more active in sport, and the kick-off will come with a 30-second TV spot to be aired during the advertising break in ITV’s Coronation Street on Monday 12 January.

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    First M1 baseball tournament series to be held at Loughborough

    Loughborough University Softball and Baseball Club, supported by BSUK, has agreed to host the inaugural edition of the baseball M1 Series Tournament, M1ST 2015, on the weekend of 21-22 February 2015.

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    BaseballSoftballUK to launch new Coach Licence Scheme in 2015

    From January 2015 a new coach licence scheme will be run and administered by BaseballSoftballUK with support from Sports Structures.

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    Loughborough Student Baseball Team ends 2014 with a win

    On a cold and windy Wednesday night on 10 December, the Loughborough Student Baseball Team (also known as Loughborough Thunder) carved out a 12-6 victory in their final game of 2014 against their local rivals, the Nottingham University Thieves.

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    BSUK proposes broader funding strategy to UK Sport Consultation

    UK Sport, the government agency that provides funding for elite Olympic and Paralympic sports and athletes, has been running a public consultation about its funding approach, which the agency has termed ‘No Compromise’, and BSUK has responded on behalf of baseball and softball.

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    BSUK Hit the Pitch programme to help club and league expansion

    BSUK has now gathered a number of key development initiatives under an umbrella called “Hit the Pitch”, and one element is a programme that can help existing baseball and softball teams, clubs and leagues to grow participants and reach new markets.

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    IOC clears the way for baseball and softball to regain Olympic status

    The International Olympic Committee (IOC), meeting in Monaco on Monday 8 December, has approved a new Olympic bidding process and adopted a more flexible sports programme concept that could lead to the inclusion of baseball and softball at the 2020 Tokyo Games.

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