The mission of this Club is to promote and encourage increased participation in sport and the improved performance by athletes in baseball and softball. The Club aims to promote equality of access to and participation in sport as well as to promote a culture of participation in sport among people, especially children and individuals of an older age. The Club strives to promote not only a culture of excellence in the sport of baseball and softball, but also the idea of the sport as a recreational activity suitable for the entire family.
The Ghajnsielem Redcoats was established as a softball club in September 2012 with the primary objective to provide opportunities for girls to play a sport. The club quickly evolved into a baseball and softball club and later into a sports club.
Malta Baseball & Softball Association
SportMalta registration number C276
Commissioner for Voluntary Organisations – VO/1312
|SPORTS SUMMER FUN 2011||AUTUMN ON THE RUN 2011||TRAINING CAMP – WINTER 2012|
|SPRING TRAINING 2012||TEAM SPORTS4ALL||MABS|
|SOFTBALL CLUB ESTABLISHED||NEW CLUB LAUNCHED||COMPETITIVE DEBUT|
|MALTESE-CANADIAN PITCHER||CHARLES ATTARD HEAD COACH||HOME DEBUT|
The Club is the lead organisation of an Erasmus+ Sport: Small Collaborative Partnerships project Inclusion & Gender Equality Through Softball (IGETS) with partners Olympia Haarlem from the Netherlands and SK Princ Zagreb from Croatia. The two-year project involves exchange of best practices relevant to gender equality in sports, efforts to encourage youths to play softball, and to increase the participation rate in sports – especially among women and girls by working with key stakeholders. IGETS also includes capacity-building in coaching softball.
2016/17 MABS Baseball Major League Winners
2014/15 MABS Softball Minor League Winners
2013/14 MABS Baseball Minor League Winners
2013/14 MABS Softball Major League Winners
2013/14 MABS Teeball Tournament Winners
2016/17 MABS Women’s Fastpitch Softball Autumn Tournament Winners
ACTIVE START – YOUNG MULTISPORT ATHLETES
FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS ACADEMY
SPORTS IN SCHOOLS PROJECT