Nominations for Open Age State Titles

Baseball Queensland is introducing new tournaments for members. The first of the new tournaments will be the Open Age Division I and Division II State Titles.

  • Open Division 1 State Titles will be hosted by Redland Rays Baseball Club. The dates for the Div 1 State Titles are 15th – 17th of November 2019.
  • Open Division 2 State Titles will be hosted by Wests Bulldogs Baseball Club. The dates for the Div 2 State titles are also 15th – 17th of November 2019.

You are invited to nominate to be part of these competitions.

Brisbane Metro will be nominating a team in both the Division 1 and Division 2 competition. If you are interested in playing for Metro please complete the Expression of Interest form before 29 August 2019.

(Where we have significant numbers for either division, we will hold trials. Trial details will be published after the EOI process has ended (29 August).)

2019 Open Age State Titles at a glance

  Div I Div II
Location Redlands Rays Baseball Club – Duncan Road Sheldon Western Districts Bulldogs Baseball Club – Atthows Park, Darra.
Date: 15-17 November 2019 (some night games on 15th). 16-17 November 2019
Roster Sizes: 16 players (must provide own Umpire and Scorer) 16 players (must provide own Umpire and Scorer)
Game Duration: 7 Innings 7 Innings
Games per day: Up to three games per day Up to three games per day
Team nominations due: 30 August 2019 30 August 2019
Rules: GBL Senior playing rules – Rules of Baseball GBL Senior playing rules – Rules of Baseball
Prize Money 1st place – $2000

2nd place – $1000

3rd place – $500

(reduced if fewer than seven teams nominate)

1st place – $2000

2nd place – $1000

3rd place – $500

(reduced if fewer than seven teams nominate)

Team Eligiblity Regional Teams (can enter more than one team) Regional Teams (can enter more than one team)
Player Eligiblity The lowest division that a player can participate in a State Titles is the division in which the player has played the majority of their most recent, local league, regular season games by percentage of games played by that team. Where a player has played an equal percentage, they qualify for the higher of the two divisions. The lowest division that a player can participate in a State Titles is the division in which the player has played the majority of their most recent, local league, Regular Season games by percentage of games played by that team. Where a player has played an equal percentage, they qualify for the higher of the two divisions.

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