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Softball is the only sport played year-round at Kalamunda Rangers. During summer, we have Subjunior (ages 7 to 12), Junior (ages 13 to 15) and Ladies’ Open (ages 13+) teams playing in the South East Metropolitan Softball Association (SEMSA) competition at Hossack Reserve, and during winter our teams play at Canning Softball Association (CSA) at Centenary Park or Dale Districts Softball Association (DDSA) at the Langford Sporting Complex.  Qualification in age-based competitions are calculated as at 31 December in the current playing (summer) season. While all games are held at different grounds and times, depending on the competition, all our training occurs at Maida Vale Reserve.


As well as our regular Saturday competition, all players have the opportunity to try out for representative teams to participate in additional competitions offered by SEMSA and Softball WA.

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In addition to supporting your team by attending training and games and helping with the general setup/packup required, additional duties may be required. Parent/player help is vital to enable all our teams and our Club to to run efficiently and sharing the load helps everyone. Help throughout the season includes, but not limited to, Coach, Team Manager, Scorer and Base Coaches, as well as completing duties as rostered by our affiliated associations for Umpiring, Canteen and Bar duties.


SUBJUNIORS - With the emphasis on having fun and learning to play the game, Subjunior softball games are played on a Saturday morning at SEMSA and is a co-ed competition. Training is held one afternoon each week.

JUNIORS - Players in our Junior teams develop on the skills learned in previous seasons.  There are no mixed teams at this level and games are played on a Saturday morning at SEMSA.

ADULTS - Our Open Women’s teams train under lights one weeknight at Maida Vale Reserve with games being played at SEMSA on Saturday afternoon.  We have multiple teams across most grades at SEMSA so there’s a team for you.


Our winter competitions are social events.  While these competitions help keep our players’ skill levels up, generally teams play only, they do not train, as our home grounds are used by another sporting organisation during our off-season.  However, if teams would like to train, please contact the Committee so we can liaise with the other users and arrange a suitable time for you to train.


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