SOFTBALL - GENERAL INFORMATION

WBC Wildcats is one of the state’s largest softball clubs, last year fielding 11 teams including a team in WA’s State League competition. The club prides itself on providing a family friendly environment with a huge focus on development.

WBC Wildcats tries to ensure that all coaching staff attains accreditation through Softball Australia national accreditation scheme; this is to ensure that you or your child are coached under approved national processes and in the latest and correct techniques.  

WBC Wildcats train at Apsley reserve in Willetton and play in the “South East Metropolitan Softball Association” at Hossack Reserve in Parkwood on Saturdays.

We have varying divisions for players depending on your age, skill level and experience.

Juniors (Under 11s):

For girls aged between 7 and 10 – they must not have turned 11 by 31st Dec . Teams usually consist of 6 to 7 players and the emphasis is on having fun and learning the basic principles and positions of softball with games being played on Saturday mornings at Hossack Reserve in Parkwood. Training is held in the evening during the week at Willetton Park.

Juniors (Under 13s and Under 15s):

For girls aged between 9 and 14 – they must not have turned 15 by 31st Dec . Teams usually consist of 11 to 12 players and the emphasis is on having fun and learning the basic principles and positions of softball with games being played on Saturday mornings at Hossack Reserve in Parkwood. Training is held in the evening during the week at Willetton Park.

Juniors (Under 17s): CLOSED

For girls 13-16 (NB- can’t turn the age of 17 before 31st Dec). Teams usually consist of 11 to 12 players and are made up of similar skill levels and ability. Grading for juniors is conducted to ensure you are placed in a similar sill level team. Games are usually played mornings on a Saturday at Hossack Reserve in Parkwood. We are sure to have a team that meets your child’s skill and ability.

Seniors:

WBC Wildcats softball caters for Ladies of all ages and skills. WBC Wildcats has senior teams in nearly all grades competing at the South East Metropolitan Softball Association (SEMSA).  All seniors games are played on Saturday afternoons at Hossack Reserve in Parkwood.

State League:

The premiership league for Softball in WA, played at the Mirrabooka International Softball Stadium. This is where WA’s elite softballers battle it out every weekend. For more information please contact the committee.