Adelaide ANGELS Baseball Club

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About

The Adelaide Angels Baseball Club (AABC), established in 1908, is one of the oldest baseball clubs in the Baseball SA League and has a wealth of history and tradition. Our home base is Weigall Oval in Plympton.

AABC participates in the South Australian Baseball League, last season fielding 7 teams in the senior grades and 6 teams in the junior grades. We are also very active in developing baseball with our Friday night t-ball sessions involving 35 players.

The Club over the years has had a number of State and National representatives including Australian Baseball League Hall of Fame Norm “Chalky” White (Australian, State and Olympic representative), Darren White (Australian, State and Olympic representative, Past Head Coach), Michael Dunn (Australian and State representative) and Daniel Phelan (6 times State representative and U16 & U18 Australian representative), just to name a few.

We have been fortunate in having strong, organised and conscientious committee over the years. In conjunction with the West Torrens Council, we have made major improvements to the oval, surrounds and the club room facilities over the years to provide us with one of the best facilities in the State. Together with our Coaches and players, the AABC is looking forward to the future with confidence, knowing that baseball is a growing force in South Australia as one of the fastest growing sports. We look forward to providing a service and family atmosphere that continues to attached young players to our Club to ensure its future and growth in the sport.

OTHER PROJECTS THAT NEED SUPPORT

Adelaide ANGELS Baseball Club

Adelaide ANGELS Come and Try Sessions

Raising funds to encourage new players to try Baseball and join the club.

Sports community partners

  • Keith Prowse Travel
  • Clearinghouse for Sport
  • SportsTG
  • Good 2 give
  • AIS
  • Australian Sports Commission
  • Play by the Rules
  • Spartan Sports

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