All Training and Games Suspended for 21 Days
As directed by our governing body, Baseball Queensland, all Sunshine Coast Baseball training and games will cease until further notice.
Please refer to the extract below from Baseball Queensland published at noon, Tuesday 17 March 2020.
Baseball Queensland, in this unprecedented and unique situation with the COVID-19 pandemic, is taking a lead from international and national sporting codes to postpone all Queensland Baseball activity from Wednesday, 18 March 2020 until Wednesday, 8 April 2020.
Decisions in relation to the health and safety of our baseball community have been given careful consideration. Following consultations with the federal and state government, Sport Australia and Baseball Australia and our state and territory baseball counterparts, we are postponing our non-essential static gatherings as a precautionary action to assist in stopping the spread of this virus to the most vulnerable members of our communities.
Baseball Queensland and all our member clubs and associations [including the Sunshine Coast Baseball Association] will cease, for 21 days, all training, club activities and team meetings, as well as events, tournaments and competitions.
The Sunshine Coast Baseball Association (SCBA) is in continuing discussions with Baseball Queensland as to available options for our members and 2020 Summer Season both pre and post 8 April.
SCBA will post updates on the COVID-19 situation as and when new information becomes available.
Members can send specific enquiries or immediate concerns pertaining to the suspension via email to Bret Buckland