Welcome to the new Baseball Tasmania website!

10th September 2014

Welcome to the Raine & Horne, Hobart Summer Baseball League

Over the last three to four seasons, we have been actively seeking sponsors for the league, in particularly, a sponsor which would take up a naming rights' option. I am thrilled to announce that Raine & Horne Hobart have today come on board as our first Platinum Sponsor which means that our league will now be known as the Raine & Horne, Hobart Summer Baseball League. Thank you very much to Ron, Paul and David Brooks. David (29/9/2016) http://www.raineandhorne.com.au/hobart

Baseball Tasmania Strategic Plan 2016-2021

Thank you to all those members who contributed to the compiling of this document.

Baseball Tasmania Strategic Plan 2016-2021

David Searle


Baseball Tasmania

0468 927 363

Jamie McIntyre Player of the Year 2016-17

With 17 votes, Andrew "Sully" Sullivan (Eastern Athletics) was the winner of the Jamie McIntyre Player of the Year for 2016-17 at Saturday's Baseball Tasmania Presentation Night. Sully had earlier won the batting champion title with an average of 0.630 but he was still shocked when he was announced as this season's winner. Sully won from Jimmy Clout (13 votes), Tim Holland (13) Fiona Don (12). James Jubb (12) and Ryan Oakley (12). Congratulations to Sully on a great season. David (2/4/2017)

Baseball Tasmania Presentation Night: 1st April; change of venue

Due to the fire at Hotel Soho, our Presentation Evening will now be held at the Duke of Wellington Hotel in Macquarie St. If you choose to have a meal, the cost will be $38.50 per person for three courses, further information on this has been sent to each team manager. We would ask people to start arriving at 7pm for a 7.30pm start. Josh Byrne will be our MC for the night and Joel Berry our DJ.

Thank you very much to Terese Millhouse, Chris Chalker, Zac Shutt, Louise Carr and Robert Devine (Soho) for all your hard work in seeking out an alternative venue. PS you can choose your own meals rather than having an "alternate drop".

Come celebrate the Raine & Horne HSBL 2016/17 season that was!



Dragons are premiers again!!!

In a thrilling game, played in front of a large vocal crowd, the Dragons claimed their second title by defeating the gallant Banjos Orioles Orange 6-3, in extra innings. Congratulations to Adam de Cotter and his team. Tim Holland was judged MVP of the final by the officiating umpires and was awarded the President's Medal.

Dragons 2016/17: Adam de Cotter; Dean Chamberlain; Chris Harris; Tim Holland; Brendan Adams; Patrick Miller; Fiona Don; Shane Davies; Michael Blake; Shannon Davies; Leigh Johns; Aaron Jarvis

Game summary:

In a surprise move, which ultimately proved to be a masterstroke, de Cotter chose to start the game with Patrick Miller. After a one-two-three top of the first by Harney Burgess, out trotted Miller to start the bottom of the first. The potential issue for the Dragons in the final had been finding a third pitcher to support Tim Holland and Brendan Adams in a nine innings game and if Miller could pitch a couple of innings without leaking runs, the Dragons would be hard to beat.

This innings proved crucial to the game as, with one out, the Orioles had the bases loaded only for Miller to get a strikeout and a flyout to centre to end the threat, against a team like the Dragons, you cannot afford to miss these opportunities.

Top of the second and Holland led off with a double, moved to third on a flyout by Adams but was stranded there as Burgess collected the next two outs. Harney Burgess led off the bottom of the second with a double of his own and also ended up at third but Miller continued to dumbfound the experts by getting two strikeouts and once again, the Orioles missed opportunities.

Top of the third and Burgess continued on his merry way and when Adams came on in the bottom of that innings for a one two three effort, we were all tied at 0-0.

Bottom of the fourth and a drive to left field by Andrew Dykes plated the first run of the game in Jimmy Clout then a fly to centrefield by Harney Burgess drove in Dykes, the Orioles had taken a 2-0 lead. Clout took over from Burgess in the top of the fifth but it was in the top of the sixth that things began to unravel for the Orioles. An error saw Fiona Don reach base and when Clout walked Shane Davies with no-one out, the Orioles were in serious trouble. Clout bounced back with two strikeouts and it looked like he would get out of the innings unscathed however, a drive to centrefield by Leigh Johns drove in Don and Davies in behind her on a wild throw. 

In the bottom of the sixth, the Orioles would reclaim the lead when Dykes drove in Clout but the Dragons levelled it up immediately in the top of the seventh when a two out error allowed Chris Harris to score.

The score remained tied at 3-3 as we went into the bottom of the ninth with the top of the Orioles order up to bat and a real chance to win the title. Tim Holland was on by this stage and he demonstrated the class act he is by striking out the first two batters then induced the dangerous Clout to fly out to first.

Off to extras we went and under league rules, if a Grand Final goes to extras, each team starts with the last batter out at second with one out recorded. 

With Miller at second, Don reached on a fielders choice and both scored on a drive to centrefield by Shane Davies. When Davies scored after a wild throw, the Dragons had one hand on the Hubble Edwards Shield as they led 6-3. Bottom of the tenth and with Clout having moved to third on a passed ball and Robins having walked after fouling off eight pitches, the Orioles were right in the game but Dykes flew out to centrefield and when Robins was caught off first base in the same play, the Dragons were champions for 2016/17. 

David (5/3/2017)

Banjos Orioles Orange Minor Premiers for season 2016/17

With their 14-5 victory over the Northern White Sox, Banjos Orioles Orange became the minor premiers for the Raine & Horne HSBL season 2016/17. By virtue of finishing top, they will have the first week of the finals off and play in the preliminary final to be held on Tuesday 28th February. 

Congratulations to Jimmy Clout and his team on being minor premiers for season 2016/17.,

David (21/2/2017)

2017 Quiz night results

The winners of the annual Baseball Tasmania Quiz, the Darth Raiders!! Congratulations all. Thank you to Terese Millhouse for organising the evening, to Robert Devine, Sarah and staff of Hotel Soho, to all those people who donated items for the auction and to everyone who attended. The numbers have been crunched and a staggering $1113.55 profit was made on the night. Congratulations to Terese Millhouse on organising a great night.

Baseball Tasmania Annual Quiz Night 18th February 2017

Get your spandex and hairspray ready as we return to the 80s for the Annual Baseball Tasmania Quiz Night! Saturday 18 February, 6.30pm for a 7pm start at Hotel Soho in Davey Street. $10 per head. Get your tables of 10 organised and your best 80s outfit on. Prizes for best dressed male and female, $5 penalty applies for anyone who chooses not to dress up! Lots of fun, games and prizes to be had in between each round as well as a silent auction. Dinner and drinks are available to purchase at the bar. All money raised goes towards the costs and maintenance of running Baseball Tasmania and the grounds. Our President Mr David Searle will be Quiz Master! Book your tables with Terese Millhouse on grahamterese@hotmail.com (20/1/2017)

Baseball Beyond Our Borders: Hobart baseball in print

Very pleased to announce that a chapter on baseball in Hobart is part of a book about about baseball around the world which has just been released in the USA. http://www.nebraskapress.unl.edu/product/Baseball-Beyond-Our-Borders,677378.aspx I would like to extend our thanks to Professor George Gmelch for writing the chapter and to Dave Edwards and Michael Scott for their original input to this article. David (27/1/2017)

Raiders' win!!!

A historic day, on Sunday 15th January 2017, the latest team in the Raine & Horne HSBL, the Raiders, won their first game by defeating the Northern White Sox, 11-8. Trailing 8-4 after four innings, the Raiders were looking down the barrel of a 12th straight loss but they rallied to score seven runs in the top of the fifth then Stuart Smith held the Sox off the board in the bottom of that innings. In a team effort, Smith with 3 for 4 and Michael Campbell with 2 for 3 headed the batting stats whilst Dave Curtis combined with Smith to contain the Sox' batting line-up. Congratulations to the Raiders!! (L to R back) Ryan Day; Mark Grant; Dave Curtis; Patrick Merrick Sr; Patrick Merrick Jr (L to R front) Stuart Smith; Shawn Batchelor; Josh Moon; Michael Campbell Absent: Amanda Barchard; Aaron Wale; Steve Galloway; Lachlan Fieldhouse; Max Evans David (16/1/2017)

Live Facebook feed #2: Top of the Table Clash Sunday 15th January

This Sunday sees the second clash of the season between the front runners for this season's title, the Banjos Orioles Orange and the Dragons. Weather permitting, I will be live streaming this game through our Facebook page.

David (12/1/2017)


Ok....to coincide with the second Orioles derby of the season, weather permitting, I will be trying to live stream today's game through our FB page. I know supporters of the Banjos Orioles club range far and wide (overseas I believe as well!!) so hopefully I will be able to give you a snapshot of our game here in Hobart. As this is the first time I am trying this, I cannot guarantee what the quality of or the length of feed will be. See how we go. I hope to start a live feed around 5.40 pm, Hobart time. 

David (14/12/2016)

Daily News (updated 17/12)....2016/17 Presentation Night...fees' draw winner is........fees..FINALS

Just a friendly reminder that all fees for the 2016/17 season must be paid by COB tomorrow UNLESS an approved payment arrangement is in place. If paying per game, for seniors it is $20 per game played PLUS the upfront payment of $55. Payment arrangements for existing players will not be available after tomorrow. After tomorrow, those players who have not satisfied the above, will be required to pay their FULL fees before they can play in 2017. Do not risk your team having to forfeit a game in 2017 because your fees have not been paid. 

David (17/12/2016)


Some important reminders/notifications:

1) Each team manager has been sent an email in relation to outstanding fees and a sweep to be held this Sunday. 
2) Sale of tickets for our major fundraising raffle will commence on Sunday, prizes to be drawn at our Presentation Night on 1st April
3) FINALS: The executive committee has decided the finals will be played as follows with ONLY the Grand Final to be played over nine innings, the rest to be of two hours duration:

Sunday 26th February 10am: Team finishing 2nd v Team finishing 5th
12.30pm: 3rd v 4th

Tuesday 28th February 1st V lowest placed winner from semi's
Wednesday 1st March Other semi winner V highest placed semi loser

Sunday 5th March Grand Final: Highest placed prelim winner V other prelim winner

David (14/12/2016)


2016/17 Presentation Night

Baseball Tasmania's "Night of Nights" will be held on Saturday 1st April at 7pm at a venue to be advised.


Ryan Day from the Raiders! Congratulations to Ryan. 


HSBL Seven team roster for 2016/17

Click here to view roster

Points of note:

  • First named team is the home team, will be located in the third base dugout and bat second
  • First three rounds are played on Sundays to allow for each team to have access to a fundraising BBQ and to minimise the impact of fading light early in the daylight saving months
  • 21 rounds with each team playing 18 games
  • training nights will generally be on Monday but check roster for anomalies
  • Northern Pirates will visit on the weekend of the 22nd October. Further information on the format of this weekend will be provided soon.
  • one Monday evening game in the week of the Australia Day holiday
  • the finals format is tenative and will be determined at a later date
  • the roster has been constructed on the basis of the predicted seven teams BUT we are not restricted by it should we deem it necessary to add or subtract teams

In the beginning....

The Raiders began there Raine & Horne HSBL journey with a close loss 9-8 to the Banjos Orioles Black. Their opening day squad was: left to right standing: Michael Campbell, Ryan Day, Aaron Wale, Dave Curtis, Patrick Merrick, Steve Galloway; left to right crouching: Patrick Merrick Jr, Stuart Smith, Shawn Batchelor,

What a way to open the pre-season....

What a great turnout for our first "Come and Try" day with 50 players, old and new, taking to the field. Thank you very much to all those who attended, to Chris Chalker for organising activities and to all those coaches who helped. Later today I will contact new players with confirmation of the team to which they have been allocated for the pre-season which commences on Tuesday. There will be another "Come and Try" Day next Sunday, from 11am to 1pm.

David (25/9/2016)

Smoking policy

As we near the start of the 2016/17, I would just like to remind members and spectators about the law regarding smoking around sporting events.

"Tasmanian legislation (Public Health Act 1997) bans smoking within 20 metres of competition, seating or marshalling areas at outdoor sportsgrounds while a sporting event is being conducted. This includes the period 30 minutes before and after the sporting event. It does not include informal or impromptu sporting activities.
Coaches, players, officials and volunteers will refrain from smoking while involved in an official capacity for the Association and affiliated club, on and off the field. No images of Association volunteers, members, officials, coaches and players smoking at Association-related activities are to be placed on social media."

It is the responsibility of managers and administrators to ensure these rules are adhered to. (The full document is located under New Member Information "Health & Safety"

David (13/9/2016)

Season 2016/17 news (updated 26/8/2016)

Come and try day:

When: Sunday 25th September 2016

Where: Prince of Wales Bay Recreation Ground, Gepp Parade, Derwent Park

Time: 10.30am to 12.30pm

Who: All genders 14 and above. Whilst we currently run a senior competition for generally 17 and over, we are looking to create competitions for 17 and under and 15 and under. 13 year olds will be invited to participate in the top level hybrid game of the Batter Up T-ball League.

David (26/8/2016)


With just over a month to go to the start of the HSBL 2016/17 season, we have some exciting news in that we will be fielding seven teams. A second Orioles team is to be joined by the Raiders and we welcome both teams to the league. New members are welcome and no previous experience is necessary. As with last season, there will be a "come and try" day along with a short pre-season competition to help allocate players to teams and to allow new players to experience baseball before the season proper commences. The 2016/17 roster has been sent to team managers and will be available on our website soon.

David (25/8/2016)

Scorers, base umpires and umpiring co-ordinator requested...

Our committee works tirelessly to help our season progress and the enthusiasm for our upcoming season and our future is amazing. In the last couple of seasons, we have seen the benefits of having scorers and plate umpires (as opposed to catchers umpiring). As the league continues to expand, it is a no-brainer that we need to improve the integrity of our game by including base umpires. In the absence of any alternatives, the base umpires will be sourced from the teams. Members of the Masters' teams have plate umpired the bulk of our games for a number of years but it is important that we have an umpiring roster so that both umpires and teams know where they stand. I support Chris Chalker's post on Facebook calling for someone (other than a committee member) to help organise an umpiring roster. Whilst I believe the Master's players would once again be willing to plate umpire, it is unfair to both them and the teams not to have some idea (in advance) as to when they will be umpiring. The alternative is to have me umpiring each game....hmmm...could be interesting!!

David (24/9/2016)


One of the success stories of the 2014/15 season was the Presentation Night held in March. This night, and the awards presented thereon, would not have happened without the statistics obtained from the scoring of our games by Jared Rush and Norm Johns. There is a strong chance Norm will not be scoring in the 2015/16 season so I am inviting expressions of interest from not only members but also supporters to learn how to score and thus spread the load of scoring our games. Peter Hubble has volunteered his services to teach people how to score.

David 22/6/2015

Launceston Baseball League Facebook Page Online: Going north....(updated 30/8/2016)

The Facebook page for the Launceston Baseball League is now up and running. Thank you very much to Nicole Perry for setting up and advertising the page. David (30/8/2016)

Launceston Baseball League Facebook page


Huge thanks to Nicole and Andrew Perry for catching up this evening to discuss starting up a baseball competition in Launceston. Andrew has kindly agreed to be the contact for anyone (male or female) interested in playing baseball in Launceston and he can be contacted by email at perry.andrew83@yahoo.com.au. 

David (6/6/2016)


The Australian Masters Games have been awarded to north west Tasmania and a baseball competition will be held at the Spreyton ground in October 2017. I shall be meeting with members of the Devonport City Council next week and will take the opportunity to meet with people who have shown interest in playing baseball in Launceston. For further information on this trip, either email me at baseballtasmania@yahoo.com or call me on 0468 927 363.

David (31/5/2016)

2017 Victorian Masters Carnival

Confirmation has come through that the 2017 Victorian Masters Carnival will once again be hosted by the Ballarat City Brewers. The carnival will be held from Friday 17th March to Sunday March 19th inclusive. Mark these dates in your diary as we would once again hope to have a team in the over 35yrs and the over 50's. The total number of teams for the carnival is capped at 24 so the sooner we can confirm our participation, the better. David (23/8/2016)

New executive committee for 2016/17...Quiz evening

The executive committee for the coming year is:

Patron: Scott Bacon MP

President: David Searle

Vice presidents: Chris Chalker; Zac Shutt

Treasurer: Peter Hubble

Secretary: Terese Millhouse

The general committee will include a representative from each of the competing teams.

Once again there will be a match committee, the members of which will be announced soon. 


On behalf of Baseball Tasmania, I would like to thank Andrew Smith (quiz master), Markus (chef), the Polish Club staff and Terese Millhouse for all her hard work and time getting donations, setting up etc for last night's inaugural Quiz Night.

We would also like to thank the following for their generous donations for the evening: 
Blackwoods Tools; Bunnings Rosny; Currency Cafe; Hair Gallery; Harbour Lights Cafe; Hotel Soho; K & D; Michael Hegarty; Network Gaming; Parr's Air-conditioning; Red Square Cafe; Scott Bacon MP; Shamali Cafe; Sinclair's Health & Fitness; Steve's Liquor Lindisfarne; Tasmania Paint Shop; Tasmanian Trophy House; The Good Guys; Woolworths Eastlands. 
Please support these businesses. 

Congratulations to team Isotopes (Nikki Morrison; Chris Morrison; Sam Morrison; Chopper Wightman & Dean Chamberlain for winning the Quiz Evening from the Wasps....on a tie breaker no less!!!

David (15/5/16)


Cricket Tasmania go to bat

Thanks to John Hayes and Rhett Lockyer from Cricket Tasmania for catching up this morning to discuss future collaborations between Cricket Tasmania and Baseball Tasmania. Discussions included baseball sessions with Brad Harman from the Melbourne Aces and a baseball game between members of the Tassie Tigers' cricket squad and the HSBL. Stay tuned for further updates as they become available. David

David (25/5/2016)

Thank you

As we begin our finals' series, it is important to remember our sponsors, not only the league but also team, and those organisations which have donated money. On behalf of Baseball Tasmania, I thank you all for your kind support throughout the season. David


Gold Sponsor: Raine & Horne Hobart Real Estate
Silver sponsor: Fish Focus Consulting
Bronze sponsor: Vantage Hotels t/a 9/11 Bottleshops


Banjos Orioles:

Banjos; Techquity, Kennedy Bros Painting; Claremont Hotel, KFC

Hotel Soho Hobart Blue Jays: Hotel Soho

Northern White Sox: Tas Keno

Tassy Tigers Masters:

Haymes Paints Ballarat; Kennedy Bros Painting; Bennetto Finance; Park Hotel Bistro Ballarat.

HSBL status, fees and registration form for 2016/17

Our season and membership access is now listed on the Baseball Australia database so I can now update registration and payment details. Those members who have already paid and provided me with their registration details have been added to the database so are covered for insurance purposes.

David (12/9/2016)


The registration form for HSBL 2016/17 is now available on the home page of our website. Click on the link to obtain copy. Things to note:
1) The registration form and the initial payment of $55 will be collected by your team manager prior to your first game of baseball. 
2) In addition to photos we will also have access to a video camera this season so it is important that you indicate on the form in section 2 if you DO NOT WISH to have your photo/film taken and/or published
3) please indicate on the form your preferred method of payment
4) Once I have the initial payment AND the registration form, I can update the Baseball Australia database to ensure you are covered for insurance payments.

David (12/9/2016)


Following on from the huge success of the HSBL over the last couple of seasons, the future of baseball in Hobart looks very bright. A strategic plan for the next 5-10 years is currently being finalised and the Glenorchy City Council have been so enthused by our progress that they are keen to upgrade the baseball facilities. 2016/17 promises to be an action packed season with each team playing 18 games, the continuation of a designated training night, a return visit by the Northern Pirates from Wollongong and a two week pre-season. With all this excitement, it is important that we do not lose sight of the fact that we need to not only plan financially for the future but also ensure that we cover our costs for each season. Over the next week, each member will be contacted by their manager and advised of our 2016/17 fees with an explanation as to why they have increased.

David (2/9/2016)

HSBL sponsors (Updated 7/12/2015)


Gold Sponsor: Raine & Horne Real Estate Hobart

Silver sponsor: A & K Sullivan Pty Ltd t/a Fish Focus Consulting

Bronze sponsor: Vantage Hotels


Hobart Blue Jays:      Hotel Soho

Northern White Sox:  Tas Keno

Orioles:                    Banjos Bakery


                               Kennedy Bros Painting

                               Claremont Hotel

                               Kentucky Fried Chicken


Haymes Paints Ballarat

Kennedy Bros Painting

Bennetto Finance

Park Hotel Bistro Ballarat

Congratulations Dragons

Congratulations to the Dragons who secured the 2015/16 minor premiership with their 10-5 victory over the Banjos Orioles today. Rhys Watts hit a solo home run and Tim Holland pitched four solid innings to lead their team to victory. 

In the afternoon game, thè Eastern Athletics halted their 8 game losing streak in emphatic fashion by defeating the Hotel Soho Hobart Blue Jays 13-4. Richard Benoit and ?rant Stump starred for the victors with three hits each and scoring seven runs between them. With their victory, the Athletics now lead the Northern White Sox on percentage for the final spot in the finals. How important is the Sox' final roster game next week against the Orioles?!!!!!

David (14/2/2016)

Upfront payment

Players are reminded that it is a requirement, and has been for many seasons, that a non refundable amount of $50 be paid BEFORE playing your first game of baseball. This $50 pays for your registration with Australian Baseball Federation (ABF) and your insurance. I will be at the pre-season games to take payments and registrations.

David (28/10/2015)

TV & YouTube

Tonight on Southern Cross News there will be film from last night's game between the Hotel Soho Hobart Blue Jays and the Eastern Athletics as part of a report on baseball.

The same film can be found on YouTube at:  https://youtu.be/44F1FY8aEpU

Hotel Soho Hobart Blue Jays V Eastern Athletics 

David (4/12/2015)

New Tassie Masters' Teams sponsor

More big news from the weekend, Chris Chalker has secured sponsorship for the 2016 Tassie Masters' teams with Park Hotel Bistro in Ballarat. On Thursday 17th March 2016, those members of the two teams will be attending the bistro for a feed, drinks and the presentation of caps sponsored by the hotel. Thanks again to Chris for all his hard work.

David (7/12/2015)

Player availability

Just a reminder to players; it helps your team immensely if you can advise your manager of your availability to play....well in advance of the game. I appreciate there are unavoidable last minute reasons to be unavailable but all players have access to a roster and in the majority of cases, would know of their availability in advance. It should not be left to the manager to constantly run after players to check on their availability.

Early notification means your manager can reach out to the manager of the team which has the bye in that week to see if anyone from his or her team is interested in filling in.


Fill-ins should initially be sourced from the team which has the bye for that week. If no-one is available then alternatives can be looked at.

Rules regarding fill-ins: (from previous seasons)

  • Fill-ins must be placed last in the batting order to ensure that regular team members have the best game opportunities
  • Fill-ins cannot pitch or catch unless with prior arrangement between the competing team managers

David (9/12/2015)

2015/16 Finals series

After discussion with committee members it has been decided that the 2015/16 finals will be fought out between the top four sides. In the first week of the finals the games will be 1 v 4 and 2 v 3 with the winners of each game to play off in the Grand Final on Sunday 6th March. As in past seasons, to be eligible to play in the finals, players must have all their appropriate fees paid AND have played at least five (5) games.

David (26/1/2016)

Breaking news

Following on from tonight's general committee meeting, I am happy to announce some exciting news about the upcoming 2015/16 HSBL season. 

  • On the weekend commencing 31st October, a team from the Wollongong Pirates (NSW) will play a series of games against teams representing the HSBL. Other activities will be planned for the weekend so stay tuned for further details. Thanks to Chris Chalker for organising this. 
  • The 2015/16 season will be played over 15 rounds with a preseason lightning competition to allow new players to find their feet and to determine final teams for the season proper. This preseason competition will be held in conjunction with open days which will be scheduled for earlier in October, further details to be provided shortly.

David 29/7/2015

HSBL invite to women participants

During my wanders around Hobart, several women have expressed interest about playing baseball. Our league is open to both men and women and I would encourage any women who may wish to pursue that interest, to attend the "Come and Try" days to be held ove the next four Sundays. All sessions will be held at Prince of Wales Bay Recreation Ground, Gepp Parade Goodwood, commencing at 10.30 am

David (10/10/2015)

News headlines

Statistically speaking


Last advertised stats prior to Presentation Night on April 1st

Raine & Horne HSBL season 2016/17: Grand Final: Banjos Orioles Orange V Dragons


Line ups for the 2016-17 Grand Final

Happy New Year....AND save these dates!!


Important 2017 dates

Raine & Horne HSBL season 2016/17: results round twenty


Results of games up to and including round twenty

2016 Fees entrants


Those players eligible for the 2016 fees draw:


Northern Pirates' visit 2016: cancelled


Northern Pirates visited cancelled

TCA Net bookings


How to book the TCA nets for practice

Raine & Horne HSBL season 2016/17: round two


Details & match reports

Opening Day Raine & Horne HSBL season 2016/17


What an opening round to the 2016/17 season...

Tim Holland (Dragons) wins Jamie McIntyre Player of the Year for season 2015/16


First year player, Tim Holland, takes home highest award...

Baseball Tasmania executive committee 2015/16

Thank you very much to those members who attended this evening's AGM and to Hotel Soho for the use of their facilities. 
The following members will form the executive committee for the 2015/16 season:

President: David Searle
Snr vice president: Chris Chalker
Vice president: Zac Shutt
Treasurer: Peter Hubble
Secretary: Steve Lovegrove

Congratulations to all those elected.

David 28/4/2015

Registration form for HSBL 2016/17

Click here for registration form

Baseball Tasmania EFT details

Account: Baseball Tasmania

BSB: 037-001

Account number: 481722


Raine & Horne HSBL Standings after round 14 of 2016/17 season

Thanks to Zac Shutt for compiling these David 16/1/2017

Upcoming games

Tasmanian Masters Baseball banking details

Tasmanian Masters Baseball Association

BSB: 633 108

A/C: 1301 92453

Details: name of player or sponsor

David 5/2/2015

Facebook (updated 25/11/2016)

500 "likes" on our Facebook page!!! Thank you very much to all those supporting baseball in Hobart.

David (25/11/2016)


I am pleased to announce that today we reached 400 likes on our Facebook page. On behalf of Baseball Tasmania, I would like to thank all those people who have "liked" our page because it is through your interest that we are able to spread the word, not only about baseball but also softball and the new t-ball league.

David 26/8/2016


Launceston Baseball League Facebook page

Dragons 2015/16 Champions

MVP of the Grand Final, Tim Holland is presented with the President's Medal by Baseball Tasmania President, David Searle; Adam de Cotter and Brendan Adams with the Hubble Edwards Shield, the winning Dragons' team (back: L to R, Ross Peters; Adam de Cotter, Dean Chamberlain; Paul Johns; Aaron Jarvis; Tim Holland; Rhys Watts. front: L to R: Brendan Adams; Kay Hong; Shane Davies; Leigh Johns; Riley Schmidt. Seated: Hong; Bree de Cotter; Molly Carpenter.

Hot off the breakfast grill at Hotel Soho


Statistically minded

Socially Speaking

This section is for the promotion of social events being conducted round Hobart. Anyone wishing to promote an event, please contact us. David.



Back to where we belong!

Opening Day Hobart Summer Baseball League 2014/15

The Home of Baseball: Prince of Wales Bay Recreation Ground