Juniors off to Taiwan

2017-07-25 06:01
The national u.12 team flew yesterday to take part in the u.12 Baseball World Cup from Thursday to 6 August.

The national u.12 team flew yesterday to take part in the u.12 Baseball World Cup from Thursday to 6 August.

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A full delegation of 12 players, a coach and the head of the delegation, from various communities in Cape Town, headed to Taiwan yesterday to form the South African Baseball Union (Sabu) u.12 team to participate in the World Baseball and Softball Congress (WBSC) u.12 Baseball World Cup.

The full contingent was in Cape Town this weekend where Sabu held a two-day training camp at the Athlone A’s baseball facility, ending with a capping ceremony at the Fountains Hotel in the Cape Town CBD.

Clubs from Cape Town are well represented in the team. Bothasig Knights have three players on the team: Aiden Carelse, Ethan Graham and Zack Moses.

Kian Beesley and David Botes of the Helderberg Pirates, Lyle Mckenzie and Bryce McClelland of the Bellville Tygers, Uzair Taliep and Jack Campbell of Athlone A’s and Jarred Riffle and Josh November of the VOB Macaws are in the squad. The Grassy Park Crusaders have one player, Keelan Erispe.

Quentin Amos of the Bothasig Knights is the assistant coach and Rae Ripepi is the head of the delegation.

The rest of the squad is made up of three players from Gauteng, two from the Cape Winelands and one from Eden District. Colin Barrett from Gauteng is the head coach, and Haydon van Rooyen from Eden District is the other assistant coach.

Senior national player Kyle Botha was present at the capping ceremony and offered the boys advice and motivation.

The team will participate in a 12-team tournament which is divided into two groups. South Africa is in a group with Japan, Mexico, Brazil, the Czech Republic and host Chinese Taipei.

The tournament starts on Thursday.

A full delegation of 12 players, a coach and the head of the delegation, from various communities in Cape Town, headed to Taiwan yesterday to form the South African Baseball Union (Sabu) u.12 team to participate in the World Baseball and Softball Congress (WBSC) u.12 Baseball World Cup.

The full contingent was in Cape Town this weekend where Sabu held a two-day training camp at the Athlone A’s baseball facility, ending with a capping ceremony at the Fountains Hotel in the Cape Town CBD.

Clubs from Cape Town are well represented in the team. Bothasig Knights have three players on the team: Aiden Carelse, Ethan Graham and Zack Moses.

Kian Beesley and David Botes of the Helderberg Pirates, Lyle Mckenzie and Bryce McClelland of the Bellville Tygers, Uzair Taliep and Jack Campbell of Athlone A’s and Jarred Riffle and Josh November of the VOB Macaws are in the squad. The Grassy Park Crusaders have one player, Keelan Erispe.

Quentin Amos of the Bothasig Knights is the assistant coach and Rae Ripepi is the head of the delegation.

The rest of the squad is made up of three players from Gauteng, two from the Cape Winelands and one from Eden District. Colin Barrett from Gauteng is the head coach, and Haydon van Rooyen from Eden District is the other assistant coach.

Senior national player Kyle Botha was present at the capping ceremony and offered the boys advice and motivation.

The team will participate in a 12-team tournament which is divided into two groups. South Africa is in a group with Japan, Mexico, Brazil, the Czech Republic and host Chinese Taipei.

The tournament starts on Thursday.

A full delegation of 12 players, a coach and the head of the delegation, from various communities in Cape Town, headed to Taiwan yesterday to form the South African Baseball Union (Sabu) u.12 team to participate in the World Baseball and Softball Congress (WBSC) u.12 Baseball World Cup.

The full contingent was in Cape Town this weekend where Sabu held a two-day training camp at the Athlone A’s baseball facility, ending with a capping ceremony at the Fountains Hotel in the Cape Town CBD.

Clubs from Cape Town are well represented in the team. Bothasig Knights have three players on the team: Aiden Carelse, Ethan Graham and Zack Moses.

Kian Beesley and David Botes of the Helderberg Pirates, Lyle Mckenzie and Bryce McClelland of the Bellville Tygers, Uzair Taliep and Jack Campbell of Athlone A’s and Jarred Riffle and Josh November of the VOB Macaws are in the squad. The Grassy Park Crusaders have one player, Keelan Erispe.

Quentin Amos of the Bothasig Knights is the assistant coach and Rae Ripepi is the head of the delegation.

The rest of the squad is made up of three players from Gauteng, two from the Cape Winelands and one from Eden District. Colin Barrett from Gauteng is the head coach, and Haydon van Rooyen from Eden District is the other assistant coach.

Senior national player Kyle Botha was present at the capping ceremony and offered the boys advice and motivation.

The team will participate in a 12-team tournament which is divided into two groups. South Africa is in a group with Japan, Mexico, Brazil, the Czech Republic and host Chinese Taipei.

The tournament starts on Thursday.

A full delegation of 12 players, a coach and the head of the delegation, from various communities in Cape Town, headed to Taiwan yesterday to form the South African Baseball Union (Sabu) u.12 team to participate in the World Baseball and Softball Congress (WBSC) u.12 Baseball World Cup.

The full contingent was in Cape Town this weekend where Sabu held a two-day training camp at the Athlone A’s baseball facility, ending with a capping ceremony at the Fountains Hotel in the Cape Town CBD.

Clubs from Cape Town are well represented in the team.

Bothasig Knights have three players on the team: Aiden Carelse, Ethan Graham and Zack Moses.

Kian Beesley and David Botes of the Helderberg Pirates, Lyle Mckenzie and Bryce McClelland of the Bellville Tygers, Uzair Taliep and Jack Campbell of Athlone A’s and Jarred Riffle and Josh November of the VOB Macaws are in the squad.

The Grassy Park Crusaders have one player, Keelan Erispe.

Quentin Amos of the Bothasig Knights is the assistant coach and Rae Ripepi is the head of the delegation.

The rest of the squad is made up of three players from Gauteng, two from the Cape Winelands and one from Eden District.

Colin Barrett from Gauteng is the head coach, and Haydon van Rooyen from Eden District is the other assistant coach.

Senior national player Kyle Botha was present at the capping ceremony and offered the boys advice and motivation.

The team will participate in a 12-team tournament which is divided into two groups.

South Africa is in a group with Japan, Mexico, Brazil, the Czech Republic and host Chinese Taipei.

The tournament starts on Thursday.

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