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Four Stealers softball players selected to the U11 reps

By |2018-07-27T17:53:06+00:00Sunday, October 23, 2016|Reps, Softball|

Four of the stealers softball players were selected into the U11 north shore rep side, that means 1/3 of the team is made up of stealers players. They will play in the state cup in April 2017. Well done to them, what an excellent result for them and the club. The girls who were selected [...]

Baseball vs. Soccer!

By |2018-07-26T16:22:30+00:00Tuesday, July 26, 2016|Baseball, Juniors|

Ku-Ring-Gai Stealers, in conjunction with West Pymble Football Club and Wahroonga Football Club, is holding a special preseason Come’n’Try event for players from those clubs to have a go at baseball. The event will be held at Golden Jubilee on Friday 29th July from 4:30 to 6:30 PM, starting with an introductory training session [...]

Summer 2015/16 Season Launch

By |2018-07-27T17:18:37+00:00Monday, July 27, 2015|Baseball, Juniors, Seniors|

Time to brush off the winter Cobwebs and prepare for the Summer 2015/16 baseball season @ Stealers. What a winter it has been for Stealers with the commencement of our batting tunnel upgrades and purchases of new equipment. The summer 2015/16 season is certainly panning out to be a cracker for Stealers. As in [...]

Lizzie Hogg – Stealers Softballer in U15 State Softball Championship

By |2018-07-27T19:07:14+00:00Thursday, November 20, 2014|Reps, Softball|

Another great effort from Lizzie Hogg, a member and player of both Stealers Softball and Stealers Baseball. At the recent U15 State Softball Championships held in Orange, Lizzie, playing with the Manly Warringah team went through undefeated after round 8 and then had a very tough final beating Hornsby 3 to 2. Congratulations to Lizzie [...]

Ex Stealer Andrew Graham Makes the Grade in the USA

By |2018-07-27T17:01:17+00:00Monday, August 25, 2014|Baseball, Club News, Seniors|

It doesn't matter whether the setting of goals came during in his playing days when the farthest he could advance up the minor league ladder was 36 games at Triple-A in 2007. A second goal as a player was trying to help Team Australia to the second round of the first two World Baseball [...]