Melbourne Softball Association Affiliates with Softball Victoria
Softball Victoria (SV) are pleased to announce Melbourne Softball Association’s (MSA) application for re-admittance has been approved with immediate effect.
As Softball Victoria’s founding Association, MSA have been instrumental in the establishment and governance of softball, initially as the Victorian Women’s Softball Association, later the Victorian Amateur Softball Council of Victoria, and then Victorian Softball Association.
Softball Victoria CEO Nick Frayne stated:
“It is pleasing that MSA applied for re-admittance and SV are looking forward to supporting MSA to continue to grow and enjoy success on and off the diamond”, said Frayne.
“MSA are a well-established organisation providing diverse competitions and programs for a range of abilities.”
MSA President Jell Radford stated, “We are excited to be moving forward with Softball Victoria and its Member Associations in what is shaping up to be an exciting time for softball in this state.
“During our period of non-affiliation, our members have continued to work tirelessly to contribute to softball in Victoria in a meaningful way. Our continued growth and development of players is something that the executive committee and myself are incredibly proud of, and now we’re looking forward to working side by side with the many wonderful affiliates once again for the betterment of the sport we all love”.
“There is a clear initiative being shown by Softball Victoria to re-invigorate softball and the playing pathways made available to members of our community. We are excited to not only be apart of this change, but also to be drivers of development and competitive opportunities in the softball landscape, working collaboratively with Softball Victoria and affiliated associations”.
For more information please contact Softball Victoria CEO Nick Frayne on 0407 398 081 or Melbourne Softball President Jell Radford on 0433 901 957.