Coasties on the roster to represent Australia
in the U15 2014 Baseball World Cup
Three boys from Central Coast Marlines have been selected to represent Australia in the
secondU15 Baseball World Cup which will be held this year in Mexico.
Nick Anderson-Vine, from Central Coast Wolves, Jake Amos from Central Coast Wildcats and fellow Central Coast Marlin Tom Holland (Toronto) were selected to join the Australian U15 team - a 20 strong squad.
The competition originally started with 12 national teams but has grown to 18 with the addition of teams from Australia and New Zealand who will represent Oceania.
Ranked 9th Australia will be playing against strong teams such as Japan, Cuba and the USA.
18 national teams will come together for the U15 Baseball World Cup, which will take shape in the form of a double round-robin over ten days, in the tourist city that sits on the Sea of Cortez, with the opening ceremonies and competitions beginning on 31 July 2014.
We wish our boys and Team Australia all the best in this competition.