GOLDEN GROVE CENTRAL DISTRICTS BASEBALL CLUB e-NEWS
5 JANUARY 2021 – NEW YEARS EDITION
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Happy New Year!
We hope you all had a joyous and fun holiday.
RESUMING THE SEASON.
Our DIV 1s resume their season with a Twilight Game at Sturt tomorrow, WEDNESDAY, 6 JANUARY 2021.
With the longer days, Div 1 Twilights will be played nearly every week from here on with a few Twilight byes thrown in.
THURSDAY, 7 JANUARY – CLUB NIGHT RESUMES – Meals and the 50 CLUB fundraiser continues. Get in quick to get your lucky number at the Bar!
This weekend –
The SATURDAY Seniors –
Resume this Saturday, 9 January. At Home, Matt’s Div 4 team v Goodwood (3pm) and Steve’s Div 6 team v Southern Districts (12:30pm) start us off with the Bar and Canteen’s first opening in 2021.
The SUNDAY Seniors –
All start together this Sunday, 10 January at Kensington. (The Div 1s follow this weekend with another Twilight Game on Tuesday, 12/1 at Glenelg)
The following weekend –
Our WBL teams –
Resume on FRIDAY, 15 January. We will have two WBL games at Home on that date!
Ethan’s WBL Div 2 Dodgers will play Glenelg on the Main Diamond and Dip’s WBL Div 2 GGCD will play Gawler on the top ground from 6pm.
Rob’s Div 3s will play away at Henley & Grange.
All JUNIORS games will start on SUNDAY, 31 January. (Another Div 1 double header weekend.)
THIS SATURDAY, 9 JANUARY IS ‘BINGO NIGHT’
7PM START in the Clubrooms. A fun night for the entire family!
$4 a book, 5 games per book – Prizes for winners
All welcome, bar will be open! – BYO nibbles as the canteen will not be open.
Come along for good time in the Summertime.
SAMMY D FOUNDATION WORKSHOP
Our Club will be hosting a Sammy D Foundation workshop for all junior players aged 12 and up plus their parents/caregivers next Tuesday, 12 January from 10:30am.
This is an invaluable education program from qualified consultants that is at no cost to our club or our members. Baseball SA has organised this for all 14 metropolitan clubs free of charge!
The outcomes are significant in improving culture, behaviour and gaining knowledge in bullying and violence prevention and positive role modelling.
The ‘Monkey See – Monkey Do’ program will feature attitudes toward bullying / violence and educating parents / club members about the impacts of inappropriate sideline behaviours.
The 90 minute workshop will have player and parent break-out sessions. It will be held at our Club on Tuesday morning, January 12 from 10:30am to 12Noon.
We encourage ALL juniors aged 12 and up to attend with their parents/caregivers.
TIP OF THE WEEK.Be ALERT AT ALL TIMES
Have a good week!
GGCD e-News Editor