New Import Player - Judah Wollenburg

BREAKING NEWS

The Club has agreed to host USA player - Judah Wollenburg - to play with Wests for the 2019/2020 season.

The Club is seeking host families to accomodate Judah while he is in Australia - if you could host Judah for a little a just 4 weeks, that would be great. Please contact president - Rod Gaunt - 0413 228 555 if you can help.

Not only will Judah play but he will also coach a junior team.

Here is some more information on Judah

  • Name: Judah Wollenburg
  • Height: 6'0"
  • Weight: 185 lbs
  • DOB: 1994
  • Bats: R
  • Throws: R
  • Positions: SS
  • Positions (alt): 2B, 3B, C, SP, RP
  • College: Indiana Wesleyan University

 

New import player Judah Wollenburg

Batting Cage Grant

Our local MP for Mount Ommaney, the  lovely Jessica Pugh, has announced she has been successful in gaining a Grant of $177, 370 for Wests to build our batting cage.

The Club owes a great debt to Jess and Rachael and team for this success

It is hoped the batting cage which will also be able to be used a an undercover training facility will be operational through the first quarter 2020.

 

Batting Cage

Atthows Park Masterplan

Western Districts Baseball Club, together with our neighbours, Centenary Sstormers Soccer Club, have been awarded a Brisbane City Council Grant of $7500 each to appoint and work with a Consultant to develop a Masterplan for Atthows Park.

This Masterplan is an important planning tool which will provide much needed information to Council and our two Clubs with regard to what each Club wishes to do for our future infrastructure plans.

Our two Clubs are working with Consultant - CPR Group and BCC to finalise the Masterplan within the next couple of months.

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