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Carnivals & Supersquad


Carnival

TBAWA holds two carnivals every year. In addition, TBAWA has a Supersquad programme consisting of two teams of the best players nominated by our member clubs.

Umpires & Coaches


Umpiring

TBAWA runs Tee-Ball focused training courses and accreditation programmes for umpires and coaches to improve and reward those seeking to advance their knowledge within our sport.

Other Member Services


Coaching

Helping our member clubs in running and promoting Tee-Ball is core to our mission. In addition to training and accreditation of coaches and umpires, we also offer:

5 days ago

Surviving the Tee ball Season You might not have thought much about it, but as the season rolls around it hits you: tee ball is a big commitment, not just for your child but for the whole family. If this is your family’s first-time playing tee ball, you might not know what to expect or how to behave, but don’t worry. Most of the other parents will be first timers too, and the ones who aren’t will be happy to show you the ropes. Just to put your mind at ease, here are some tips to know about tee ball.1. Decide what you want to get out of the experience. Some tee ball parents have little athletes who have loved sports since they were in nappies, but many other kids never even thought about sports before a grownup popped a tee ball hat on them and sent them out to the field. For the youngest athletes, learning on the field isn’t just about the skills. Tee ball can be great practice at following rules, paying attention, being a good teammate to other kids, or even just being far away from mum and dad for a little while. Measure your child’s progress based on where they started before the season, not by comparing them to other children.2. Remember this is not the Major League!! Everybody knows that kind of sports parent. The one everyone dreads sitting next to. The one who yells, not encouragement, but to try and live vicariously through a child that, let's be honest, might just be sitting in the outfield picking and throwing grass. Remind yourself that it is just a game, nobody’s scouting for the Yankees, and the first item on the to-do list is to have fun.3. Cheer the little wins. Celebrate not just your child’s successes but every kid’s. A powerful swing that does not connect still shows a lot of effort. Remembering to run to first base instead of third means your child is learning the fundamentals well enough to remember them in exciting moments.4. Volunteer! Youth sports organisations always need parents to help by bringing end of game snacks for the team, loaning spare equipment if someone forgets theirs, volunteering in the canteen, helping to put out or pack away equipment, or pitching in at fundraisers. Volunteering is a great way to get to know the other parents and to stay on top of all the information you need to know about your child’s team. Don’t worry if you don’t have experience. Just like your child, having a great attitude and a willingness to listen go far.Remember, try, try again! ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

Due to unforeseen circumstances there will be a venue change for this Sunday's Super Squad selections.New Venue: RON JOSE OVAL MIDVALEPlease be there by 8.30am to sign in for a 9am start, this event is only for pre-registered players.Parents will be notified of the change by email on Thursday ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

Good luck to all, especially to our adorable little ones! ... See MoreSee Less
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Upcoming Events

Sun 24

Coaching Clinic – Wanneroo

October 24 @ 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
Sun 24

Umpiring L1 Clinic – Wanneroo

October 24 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Sun 24

Umpiring L1 Clinic – Willetton

October 24 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Willetton Reserve
Willetton