In 2018 the Softball Ulster League consisted of six teams, but the Softball Ulster Council would like to see more teams join the league in 2019. If you are considering setting up a new team in 2019, here are the ways in which Softball Ulster can help you.
The 2019 Co-ed European Slow Pitch Championship will be held in Budapest on the 15-20th of July. The Ireland Head Coach, Senan Dormer, has appointed Eoin Coonan and Jonathan Spielberg as his Assistant Coaches. Jay Slevin is going to take up the role of Logistics Manager and Karen Brady will come on board as the team’s Strength and Conditioning coach. Continue reading “2019 Co-ed Slow Pitch National Team Trials”
Well what a night we had celebrating the successes of the 2018 softball season. Quite a number of Softball Ulster members made the trip to the Parador Inn on Saturday evening to attend the AGM and see our 2018 winners crowned. Thank you to all who attended and to everyone who participated in the 2018, attended the AGM and voted for the MVP and Umpire of the Year awards. Read on below to find out who the winners were on the night. Continue reading “End of Season Awards 2018”
Following the 2018 AGM Softball Ulster has a few new faces on the Council from 2019. Congratulations to Phil Wallace (Brawlers) who will be moving from Media Officer to Chief Umpire, Andrew Craven (Sliders) who will be staying as Secretary, Rachel Bourgault (Angels) who is joining as Vice Chair, Glenn McKnight (Bucs) who is joining as Competitions Officer, and Kerry Gottschalk (Aces) who is joining as Media Officer. Continue reading “New Softball Ulster Council”