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The Kings Langley Baseball Club History

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1st Innings:

The KLBC was founded by Steve and Theresa Edmonds and consisted of 2 teams that played in the summer season of 1982-83. There was an under 10 team (13 players) and an under 12 team (9 players).

The club had no official ground to train on but managed to sneak in training whenever they could on Pearce Reserve, in between cricket sessions. With no funds to start off the season, parents of the players made the uniform pants and purchased plain yellow T-shirts and yellow hats.

2nd Innings:

The following year for the 1983-84 season, the number of teams had doubled to consist of under 8s (13 players), under 10s (13 players), under 11s (13 players) and under 13s (14 players). Each team had a sponsor, a coach and an official umpire.

The club was playing in the Cumberland Association and had Doyle Park at Parramatta as a home ground. This season the yellow T-shirts were screen printed with blue lettering thanks to the under 11 sponsors Sunshine Signs.

In February of 1984 the KLBC submitted its first application to play at Ashley Brown Reserve, but this was rejected by the Parks Committee as they thought that "the playing of baseball would do untold damage on the playing surfaces".

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Sat 19th July & Sat 26th July at Kings Langley and Seven Hills Shopping Centre

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Sun 3rd August & Sun 10th August
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