North Coast Ball Club tee-ballers to sport new jerseys this year

North Coast Ball Club players will be sporting a new look this season.
North Coast Ball Club players will be sporting a new look this season.

NORTH Coast Ball Club’s junior tee-ball players are sporting a new look this season as the club expands.

Club president Antony Carter said tee-ball was a great sport for young children and families.

“Tee-ball is fun and exciting game for boys and girls,” he said.

“It’s also entertaining for parents who come along to watch with many of them getting involved in coaching, umpiring and scoring.

“We currently have 400 local kids playing tee-ball, softball and baseball and some 600 supporting parents.

“We are working to increase that membership to 1200 players over the next three years and more than 2000 supporting parents.”

Mr Carter said the North Coast Ball Club was entering its 30th year of operation and was well placed to capitalise on the growth within the City of Wanneroo northern corridor and the expansion and establishment of many suburbs, including Yanchep Golf Estate.

“We are delighted to have the support of Yanchep Golf Estate and are very grateful for their assistance in producing our new team shirts for our junior players.”

The tee-ball players, all aged between five and 12, are wearing team shirts this season provided with the support of sponsors including Yanchep Golf Estate developers.

Peet Limited chief executive and managing director Brendan Gore welcomed the opportunity to partner with a long-standing sporting club in the Yanchep area.

“Through the Peet community support program we’ve assisted more than 17 groups in Yanchep and surrounding areas,” he said.

For more information, visit northcoastballclub.weebly.com .

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