Sandringham Baseball Club is a part of the Southern Mariners Charter for Little, Junior, and Senior League Representative baseball.
Mission Statement: The Southern Mariners in conjunction with Baseball Victoria is a non-profit organisation whose mission is to “promote, develop, supervise and voluntarily assist in all lawful ways, the interest of those who will participate in Little League Baseball.”
Through proper guidance and exemplary leadership, the Little League program assists children in developing the qualities of citizenship, discipline, teamwork and physical well-being. By espousing the virtues of character, courage and loyalty, the Little League Baseball program is designed to develop superior citizens rather than superior athletes.
For more information on the history of the Southern Mariners, please follow this link: Southern Mariners Charter
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Players have been selected into the Southern Mariners Charter Player Development Program for season 2019/20.
The Sandringham Royals would like to congratulate all players, coach’s and administrators who are involved in the program. These players now make themselves available for selection into the Charter All Star teams that will compete at the Victorian State Championships
U16/U18 State Representatives: Sandringham Well Represented in U16 and U18 State Teams
Senior League Representatives: Josh Smith, Riley Trad, Luke Socic
Intermediate League Representative:
Little League Representatives:
Nick Stillwell Ass. Coach
Marty Smith Ass. Coach
Baseball Victoria Competition Update: Junior Competition Update
2015-16 Junior Age Matrix: 2015-2016 Junior Age Matrix
Little League Waiver Form for U12: Little League Regulation V (a) Waiver Request Form for 12-Year-Old Participation in Minor Division (00000002)
2015-16 Senior and Junior League Representatives Sandy Well Represented in Junior and Senior League Mariners
2015-16 Little League Representatives: Angus Newman, Balin O’Callaghan, Tom Connolly
The 2015-16 Junior League Mariners finished 4th in the State Championships.
The 2015-16 Senior League Mariners won the State Championships. sandys-tim-lane-throws-a-no-hitter-as-senior-league-mariners-qualify-for-gold-medal-game sandy-boys-star-in-day-1-of-the-senior-and-junior-league-championships
The Senior League Mariners then went on to win the Australian Senior League Championships, qualifying for the Asia Pacific Championships in the Philippines. SENIOR LEAGUE SOUTHERN MARINERS OFF TO THE PHILIPPINES.
From the Bayside Leader: Senior League Mariners in the News!
2015-16 Senior League Representatives: Jai Lyttleton, Josh Meyer, Tim Lane, Jordan Barnett, Jackson Boyd, Harrison Wills, Taj Clayton and EO, Rick Wills.
The Senior League mariners then went onto to qualify for the World Series in Bangor, finishing runner-up in the tournament:
The 2015-16 Little League Mariners won the State Championships. southern-mariners-off-to-lismore-for-little-league-national-titles
Little League All Stars – Victorian Championships
2014-15 – Representatives from Sandringham
Little League – Jack Caughey, Balin O’Callaghan
Junior League – Luke Socic, Aiden Flynn, Shun Satoh, Jai Lyttleton, Will Connolly
The 2014-15 Little League Mariners won the State Championships, and then went 2 wins, 4 losses and one draw in the National Titles, finishing 8th overall out of 20, which was won by Cronulla. Info about Australian Little League is at Australian Little League News
The 20-14-15 Junior League Mariners finished 2nd in the State Championships, and then when 3 wins and 3 losses in the National titles, finishing 8th out of 20. Info about Australian Junior League is at Australian Junior League News
Cronulla represented Australia at the Little League World Series in August 2016. See the attached article on their performance : Little League World Series Wrap – Australian Baseball Community is proud of Cronulla
2013-14 – Representatives from Sandringham
Little League – Luke Socic, Riley Trad, Aiden Flynn, Will Connolly, Jai Lyttleton, Yotam Brotman, Jack Bell.
The team were runners up in the Vic Titles and finished 9th in the Nationals at the Gold coast with 4 wins 2 loses