Blacktown International Sportspark will host the rescheduled 2021 23 & Under State Championships on February 27-28. Softball NSW welcomes participants and spectators to this event and reminds all attendees that they must follow the SNSW Return to Play Guidelines. All attendees will be required to check-in via the Service NSW App (available from the Apple App Store & Google Play).
The Championships will double as the key selection event for the Under 23 State teams with up to 30 spots available in each of the Men’s and Women’s squads. The 2021 Under 23 National Championships will be held in Ipswich, Queensland at the end of June.
The rescheduled 2021 Softball NSW 23 & Under State Championships sees 6 Men’s and 8 Women’s teams competing for the coveted gold medal.
Both Men’s and Women’s games will commence at 8:00am on Saturday 27 February. The Grand Finals are scheduled for Sunday 28 February at 5:00pm for the Men, and 7:00pm for the Women.
All games scheduled on Diamond 1 will be livestreamed on the Softball NSW Facebook page for the duration of the event.
Saturday 27 February
8:00am – Cumberland Nepean vs. Macarthur (Women’s)
10:00am – Newcastle vs. Manly Warringah (Women’s)
12:00pm – Manly Warringah vs. North Shore (Women’s)
2:00pm – Newcastle vs. Southern Districts (Women’s)
4:00pm – Sutherland vs. Hornsby (Women’s)
6:00pm – Newcastle vs. Orange (Men’s)
Sunday 28 February
9:00am – Sutherland vs. Macarthur (Women’s)
11:00am – Southern Districts vs. Georges River (Men’s)
1:00pm – Penrith City vs. Newcastle (Men’s)
3:00pm – Newcastle vs. Macarthur (Men’s)
5:00pm – 1st place vs. 2nd place (Men’s Grand Final)
7:00pm – 1st place vs. 2nd place (Women’s Grand Final)
Government Advice & Keeping the Community Safe
Softball NSW strongly advises all of our community to regularly review the government advice in relation to the latest COVID-19 venues across NSW: https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/latest-news-and-updates. A reminder that any person presenting the slightest symptoms is NOT to attend this event or any activities as per the Return to Play Guidelines.
Further to this we also urge our community to undertake testing if they have visited any of the above venues during the specified times: https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/how-to-protect-yourself-and-others/clinics.
Keep up to date with all the latest news and information from the State Championships:
Website – Softball NSW
Facebook – www.facebook.com/SoftballNSW1/
Twitter – www.twitter.com/softballnsw
Instagram – www.instagram.com/softball_nsw
For further information on this event please contact: Events and Facilities Coordinator – Aimee Sutton via email@example.com.