Noosa Softball season starts Saturday 14 September - sign-on now

The new season of softball in Noosa starts on Saturday 14 September with games for boys and girls from 4 years of age to Under 18s.

Games are played at the Noosa Softball grounds, 31 Butler St, Tewantin every Saturday. New and experienced players are welcome.

Mixed competition is played in Under 12s, U14s, U16s and U18s, while Little League teaches 4-7-year-olds the basics of the game. There’s also a seniors competition on Saturday afternoons.

Three clubs, Redsox, Dodgers and Slammers field mixed teams in the fun and friendly competition.

Training is available and equipment is provided if needed.

Game times:

8.30am - Under 14s

8.30am - Little League

10.15am - Under 12s

10.15am - Under 16s 

Sign-on is still open – Pre-register online through the registration form at right, and come to the softball grounds at Noosa District Sports Complex, Butler Street, Tewantin on Saturday morning at 8am or email

Noosa Softball season starts soon: Sign-on 24 August

Noosa Softball’s new season for boys and girls from 4 to 17 years of age starts in September, and new and experienced players are invited to sign-on this Saturday 24 August.

Three clubs, Redsox, Dodgers and Slammers will field mixed teams in the fun and friendly competition that is played every Saturday morning at the Noosa Softball grounds in Tewantin.

Noosa District Softball Association president Richard Wakeham said new and experienced players from the Noosa region and surrounding areas are invited to sign up. Mixed competition is played in Under 12s, U14s, U16s and U18s, while Little League teaches 4-10-year-olds the basics of the game.

“We also provide training during the week so new players can soon learn some new skills,” Richard said. “Every year we have a mix of beginner and experienced players and the teams work together well so everyone has some fun while getting out there and playing the great game of softball.

“We’re hoping to see a great turn-out from our local schools for this season.”

While club games are held every week, players also have the opportunity to try out for representative teams. Several Noosa players competed at State and National titles last year, with one Noosa player, Shinai Gibbins, taking part in the Under 19 World Cup in the USA this month where Australia finished in fourth place.

A senior competition for men and women is also played on Saturday afternoons in a social atmosphere.

Noosa Softball sign-on for new and returning players will be held this Saturday 24 August at the softball grounds, Noosa District Sports Complex, Butler Street, Tewantin, between 9am and 1pm. The season starts on Saturday 14 September. 

For information, or if you can't make it to the sign-on day, please email You can also pre-register using the form at right.


WHAT: Noosa Softball sign-on for 2019/20 season

WHEN: Saturday 24 August, 9am – 1pm

WHERE: Noosa Softball grounds, Noosa District Sports Complex, Butler St, Tewantin

WHO: New and returning players, boys and girls from 4 years to U18

CONTACT: Email noosasoftball@gmail.comor search for Noosa Softball on Facebook


Under 13s and Under 15s - are you ready for a big day for grand final day, Saturday 30 March??

The games will be extended to 1½ hours: Under 15s from 8.30am - 10am and Under 15s from 10.30am - noon.

The end-of-season break-up and trophy presentations will be held at the clubhouse from noon. Good luck to all players!


WHAT: Boys and girls from kindergarten to Year 6 learn basic throwing, catching and striking skills through fun activities, run by Noosa District Softball Association
WHEN: Starts Tuesday 5 March, held every Tuesday afternoon for 6 weeks, 3,30-5.30pm
WHERE: Noosa Softball grounds, Tewantin
COST: $60 per child, includes a free softball glove and ball
CONTACT: To register, email or search for Noosa Softball on Facebook.

Young boys and girls can learn the basics of softball in a fun, new Batter Up program that starts in Noosa on Tuesday 5 March.

Noosa Softball president Richard Wakeham said Noosa Softball will run the Softball Australia program for primary school children, teaching them basic throwing, catching and striking skills through fun activities.

“It’s a great introduction to softball which is a non-contact sport, where they can have fun outdoors, make new friends and learn great motor skills,” Richard said.

The cost for the 6-week program is $60 per child and all players will receive a free glove and ball. It will be held at the softball grounds in Tewantin on Tuesday afternoons after school.

Richard said children interested in continuing with softball after the Batter Up program has finished can join Little League at Noosa Softball's regular season which starts in Term 3 (after the September/October school holidays).

“Little League offers basic softball training for boys and girls up to 10 years of age - there is also softball competition for older age groups and adults,” he said.

To register for Softball Batter Up or to find out more, please email


At this stage all softball games are still going ahead on Saturday 23 February.

If the weather worsens, a final decision to change this will be made at 6am on Saturday. See the Noosa Softball Facebook page for updates.

See you all there!


This Saturday 15 December is the last week of softall before the Christmas break, and Softball Santa will come and help us celebrate!!

Santa will arrive at the Noosa Softball grounds after the junior games at 11.30am and will hand out lollies to the kids. Each child will also receive a free slushy and a yummy box filled with sweet treats.
There'll also be savoury party food including party pies, sausage rolls and chicken nuggets etc.

Make sure you hang around for the Christmas fun, but if any of the Under 15s or other players have to leave before Santa arrives, come along to the canteen after your game and collect your goody box, lollies and slushie.

The softball canteen will have a reduced menu this Saturday, with bacon and egg burgers, a sausage sizzle, dim sims and some sausage rolls available to buy.

We hope to see you all there on Saturday for the Christmas break-up after your games!

Softball resumes on saturday 2 February 2019.


The Under 14 boys and girls State Championships will be held in early April. The boys will be held in Noosa, with the girls at the Suncoast Hinterland grounds in Mooloolah. Teams from all over Queensland will take part, including Toowoomba, Gladstone, Bundaberg, Brisbane and Ipswich.

This is a great opportunity for your son/daughter to experience softball at a State Championship level and start their representative pathway. Representative softball gives the children many positives such as increased confidence, increased skills with the extra training, and friendships with others in their own team and players in other teams as they progress through the representative ranks.

While Noosa Softball is a small Association, representative softball is offered at State level for U14, U16 and U18 for juniors, and U23 and Open men’s and women’s. Also there is an opportunity to be selected at U18 and above for Australian teams.

Here at Noosa we have a large number of juniors and former juniors going on the pathway to represent both Queensland and Australia at every level.

To be eligible for the State Championships your son/daughter must be 11, 12 or 13 years of age by 31 December 2019.

If your son/daughter is interested in furthering their skills and wants to enjoy the sport at a different level, please put your child’s name down with a contact number on the notice at the clubhouse on Saturday or email


Noosa Softball will introduce a new Under 10 age group for boys and girls to help them build stronger skills as they move from beginner level through the age groups.

Children previously went from Little League, where they learn basic ball and batting skills, straight to match play in Under 13s.

The new Under 10 age group will give younger children more time to develop their skills on the field before joining the slightly older players.

The younger 9 and 10-year-old kids are sometimes a fair bit smaller than the 11 and 12-year-olds, and although Little League gives them great training to prepare for match play, this will even things up for everyone.

It will make the games more challenging for the older ones, while the young players can get on the field and have some fun putting their Little League skills into practice.

The new Under 10 age group will run from this Saturday 10 November at the same time as the Under 13s – every Saturday from 10.15am to 11.30am at the Noosa District Sports Complex, Butler St, Tewantin.

Players are still welcome to register for this season of softball, with age groups for boys and girls from 4 years in Little League to Under 10, Under 13, Under 15 and Under 17.

Senior softball is also played on Saturday afternoons for men and women of all skills from 15 years old. Beginner to experienced players are welcome, with matches for men’s, women’s and mixed social.

For information, register online (at right) or email


Come and try softball this Saturday 27 October - free for juniors of all ages from 4-16 years, boys and girls, new and experienced players welcome! If you've already signed up for the season, bring a friend along to try it out.

Also games for adults - mixed social and Men's B Grade (adults $10 per game).

We play at the Noosa District Sports Complex, 31 Butler St, Tewantin every Saturday (break over the Christmas holidays).

Games for Under 13s, Under 15s, Under 17s, adult men and women, a mixed social game, and ball and batting skills for 4-10-year-olds in Little League.

It's not too late to try softball or sign up - coaching and gear provided.

Game times are:
LITTLE LEAGUE (4-10 years): 8.15am – 9.30am
UNDER 15: 8.30am – 9.45am
UNDER 13: 10.15am – 11.45am
UNDER 17: 10.15am – 11.45am

You can also sign up for the entire spring-summer season - see registration info at right.


Noosa has been chosen to trial a new softball program, Rock Up Softball, aimed at getting new adult players and former players back on the field.

Noosa Softball will work with Softball Australia to run the trial during the summer season for male and female players from 15 years of age. Three divisions for Mixed Social, Women’s and Men’s aim to suit players of all levels.

Rock Up Softball’s Noosa coordinator Warren King said the program invites people to play on a casual basis so they do not have to commit to a full season or an individual team.

“Our Mixed Social Game is a great opportunity to play a sport with family and friends,” Warren said. “It’s one of the rare sports where mum, dad and teenage kids can play on the same team.

“Players of all skill levels are welcome – our current players range from absolute beginners to state and national level players, and our oldest to date is 73 years.

“The experienced players embrace the social focus and adjust their game to accommodate less experienced players, and are always happy to give a few tips when asked.”

He said a major difference between the new Rock Up Softball and other mixed softball games is that the ball can be pitched at varying speeds in the new format, depending on the batter’s preference.

“Most mixed games are played with a slow pitch being lobbed to the batter.” Warren said. “In Rock Up Softball, if you want to be challenged, the pitcher will throw a traditional fast pitch to you, or if you just want something easy to hit, the pitcher will slow it down.

“Anyone who has played softball knows that the balls aren't exactly ‘soft’ so we use a softer ball and have some slight rule modifications to reduce the chance of injury.

“Our idea of a perfect game is everyone hitting the ball, with no strike-outs and no walks – it's all about being social.”

Teams are generally made up on the day, based on who is available.

“If enough players are interested in forming mixed teams, we will look into playing scheduled mixed team games,” Warren said. “When you are ready to test yourself out a bit, our Women's and Men's games offer traditional softball games which are more competitive but still very social.”

Games are all played on Saturday afternoons at the Noosa Softball grounds in Tewantin. The cost is $10 per game or $160 for the 19-week season which started on 13 October.

To join Rock Up Softball or for more information, go to and register your name, your preferred division and when you would like to play, or call/text 0481 350 799.

“The online registration system allows us to know who is going to ‘Rock Up’ on the day so we can organise teams,” Warren said. “We'll find a team for you and we'll even find a softball glove if needed.”


The Noosa Softball season will start on Saturday 20 October after rain delayed last week's play. Come along to the softball grounds at the Noosa District Sports Complex to sign on, play softball or just come and try it out.

There are teams for boys and girls in Under 13, IUnder 15, Under 17, adult men and women, as well as ball and batting skills for 4-10-year-olds in LIttle League.

It's not too late to try softball or sign up. New and experienced players welcome - coaching and gear provided. Click here to register online  or email

Game times are:
LITTLE LEAGUE (4-10 years): 8.15am – 9.30am
UNDER 15: 8.30am – 9.45am
UNDER U13: 10.15am – 11.45am
UNDER 17: 10.15am – 11.45am
SENIORS: (15 years and over): 1pm

Please arrive 20-30 mins before the start time.


Due to the wet weather, our first day of softball for the new 2018/2019 season (13 October) has been cancelled, unfortunately.

The first day of softball is now scheduled for Saturday 20 October.

Thank-you to everyone who’s registered to play softball this season – it’s not too late to register if you missed our sign-on days and would still like to play, or have a friend who would be interested.

Hopefully we’ll see you there on Saturday 20 October when there will be casual games and “come and try” for new players – bring a friend along!! Competition will start the week after that (27 October), to give players a chance to settle into their teams.

• Please arrive 20-30 minutes before the times listed below.
• If you haven’t yet registered, you can register online or arrive a little earlier on 20 October and sign-on before playing:
• If you’ve registered online but haven’t yet paid or received your team shirt, please arrive a little earlier on 20 October and see one of your club officals.

LITTLE LEAGUE (4-10 years): 8.15am – 9.30am
UNDER 15: 8.30am – 9.45am
UNDER U13: 10.15am – 11.45am
UNDER 17: 10.15am – 11.45am
SENIORS: (15 years and over): 1pm



Dylan Todd, William Todd and Riley Murrihy will go into camp with the squad at the end of October where the Queensland team will be chosen to compete at national titles in Blacktown, NSW in January.

Noosa hosted the State titles from 5-7 October, with 8 Queensland teams competing. Logan City who were undefeated throughout the titles won the grand final, defeating Caboolture 4-2.

Noosa District Softball Association president Richard Wakeham said the young Noosa team played well.

“Several of our players were competing in the Under 19 age group for the first time and will be back better than ever next year,” Richard said. “It’s been a great experience for them.”

Highlights included five home runs from Riley Murrihy, two from Callum Thiess and one from Dylan Todd, while Charles Schefe did well as catcher.

“We’re really proud of the entire Noosa team,” Richard said.

Queensland’s best under 19 men’s softballers competed at the championships, including members of the Australian team who recently won the World Championship in Canada, along with players from the NZ team.

Noosa’s summer softball season starts on Saturday 13 October with competition for boys and girls in under 13, under 15 and under 17 age groups, along with a senior men’s competition and social softball for men and women. Little League for boys and girls from 4-10 years of age teaches basic ball and batting skills.

Sign-on at the Noosa District Softball Association grounds at 31 Butler Street, Tewantin (off Cooroy-Noosa Rd) this Wednesday 10 October from 3.30-5pm or search for ‘Noosa softball’ online.


See some of Queensland’s best softballers in action in Noosa at the Under 19 Men’s State Softball Championships from Friday 5 to Sunday 7 October at the Noosa District Sports Complex in Tewantin.

Teams from Noosa, Caboolture, Ipswich/Gladstone, Logan, Redlands, Rockhampton, Toowoomba and Redcliffe/Hervey Bay will compete at the titles.

Players will include some of the Australian team who recently won the World Championship in Canada, along with players from the NZ team.

Noosa’s team includes William Todd, Dylan Todd Charles Schefe, Lewis Schefe, Ethan Lewis and Callum Thiess who have previously represented Queensland for softball.

Noosa District Softball Association president Richard Wakeham said the Noosa grounds were looking in top shape for the championships.

“These guys will play some good hard games over the three days and there’ll be some great action for spectators,” Richard said.

“The grounds are looking great and we have brand new facilities opening this week including new change rooms and bathrooms, all-weather cover and improved access for people with disabilities.

“Anyone who wants to see some great softball action should come along and watch over the three days in Noosa.”

Softball action starts at 8am each day. The preliminary finals start on Sunday 7 October at 10.30 and the grand finals from 3pm.

Entry to the grounds at 31 Butler Street, Tewantin (off Cooroy-Noosa Rd) is free, and canteen and bar facilities will be available.

Noosa Softball thanked Noosa Council for providing funding towards the event.


New and experienced softball players from 4 years to adults are invited to sign on for the coming Noosa softball season.

The summer season starts on 13 October, with softball played at the Noosa fields every Saturday for beginner to advanced male and female players.

New and returning players of all playing abilities are welcome to join in.

Little League for boys and girls aged from 4 to 10 years is a fun and safe place for them to learn basic ball and batting skills, or improve the skills they already have.

There’s mixed boys and girls competition for Under 13s, 15s and 17s, and a men's competition. There are also mixed social games for men and women.

Noosa’s three softball clubs, Dodgers, Slammers and Redsox provide mid-week training for beginners to advanced players. Team shirts and paying equipment are provided.

New facilities open at the grounds this season, thanks to a State Government grant which will provide improved access for people with a disability.



  • Saturday 13 October. 

    Little League: 8.15am - 9.30am
    U15: 8.30am
    U13: 10.15am
    U17: 10.15am
    Seniors: 1pm

Noosa District Sports Complex, 31 Butler Street, Tewantin (behind Drysdales Funerals)

Season starts:
Saturday 13 October 2018


Click here to register online or see


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