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Carine Cats  Softball 

Welcome to Carine Cats Softball. Carine Cats Ball Club has a long standing history of promoting good health, and sportsmanship though the sports of diamond sports, and our Softball division is a proud part of our club.

Playing ball for more than 35 years, we cater for players of all ages and genders, from mixed gender junior teams to men's and women's social teams, as well as our elite State League team.

Carine Cats Softball plays summer games at Mirrabooka International Softball Stadium, and winter home games at our home ground and training base, Birralee Reserve in Innaloo.

Get involved in softball today!

Fun for all ages

Whether you are in primary school, high school, whether you are a young adult or ageing gracefully, or whether you are new to the game or a seasoned veteran, we have a team for you! Not just a State League club with elite-level softballers, we cater for all levels of social and competitive ball. With a fun and friendly atmosphere, we really are a family club that offers fun for all ages.

  • Juniors - 8 to 16 year olds, boys and girls (Friday and/or Saturday summer season)
  • Seniors - Womens (Saturday summer season) and Mens (Sunday winter season)
  • Vets - 40 years and older (Tuesday night summer season)
  • Elite - State League (Thursday night summer season)

For more info visit the softball registration page.

Why play softball?
Softball is a great sport for all ages and abilities. It combines game play that keeps you alert, increases your fitness, and improves the fundamental skills needed for a range of ball sports.

For many juniors, it is a natural progression from Teeball - the diamond is the same size, and about 2/3 of the size of a baseball diamond, and the rules are similar.

The summer Women's competition has a range of divisions to cater for every ability, so if you are looking to get involved to make new friends, or set a new fitness goal, softball is a friendly environment to do so.

For many men who play baseball during the summer, playing a winter softball season keeps the energy levels up, and the game play familiar, while for men who don't play baseball, it is a great opportunity to enjoy the sport in its own right.


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