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  • 15
    Mar

    BSUK Tournament to take a sabbatical in 2011

    BSUK Events Manager Jason Greenberg explains why the organisation has decided not to run the BSUK Tournament in 2011, but will look to bring it back in 2012 with a stronger development focus. Meanwhile, BSUK is still running and supporting a host of other events.

  • 14
    Mar

    Eleven new coaches earn Level 1 qualification in the North West

    Eleven coaches from baseball clubs, softball clubs and schools in the North West of England have earned their Level 1 qualification during a course held in February. This group of newly-qualified coaches will add significantly to the region’s voluntary coaching workforce.

  • 14
    Mar

    Facility development plans for baseball and softball to go ahead

    BSUK has announced that plans to build new baseball and softball facilities over the next two years will go ahead following confirmation that BSUK’s capital funding from Sport England has largely survived government cuts.

  • 14
    Mar

    Baseball and softball recruiting materials available from BSUK

    Posters, flyers and postcards designed as recruiting materials for baseball and slowpitch softball, ranging in size from A3 to A6, are available to clubs and leagues free of charge from BaseballSoftballUK.

  • 13
    Mar

    Asda can help promote baseball and softball during school holidays

    Asda Sporting Chance, launched in 2008, provides free sporting activities for children throughout the UK during every school holiday from February to October, and baseball and softball can be among the sports that the scheme helps to deliver.

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