Welcome to Carine Cats Teeball. Our Teeball division was the precursor for the club now known as Carine Cats Ball Club Inc. Playing ball for more than 40 years, we have grown to be one of the largest Teeball clubs in Western Australia with over 600 members.
The club prides itself in upholding and promoting the four F’s of Teeball – FUN, FAIR PLAY, FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS and FAMILY INVOLVEMENT.
All Teeball games take place at Carine Open Space on Saturday morning at either 8:30am or 10:00am.
Fun for all ages
From ages 4-13 tee-ball allows kids to play with school friends, and also make new friends. Each year you can nominate a couple mates you want to play with and be part of a team. With a fun and friendly atmosphere tee-ball down at Carine on a Saturday morning is the place to be.
Age groups include,
- 5 - 7 years - Boys & Girls Competitions
- 8 - 9 years - Boys & Girls Competitions
- 10 - 13 years - Mixed Boys/Girls & Girls only Competitions
For more info visit the teeball registration page.
Winning with Fair Play
Teeball is an opportunity to make memories, but also to learn lifelong skills.
Fair Play and inclusivity are part of the culture at Carine Cats. The old saying, it's not whether you win or lose it's how you play the game rings true and as such our Coaches, Managers, Umpires and Volunteers recognise the importance of setting a good example.
Our code of conduct sets these guidelines and we live & breathe them in all we do.
Teeball is a sport that is unique, in that it involves a range of skills and movements.
- Hitting the ball from a stationary tee calls for hand-eye coordination.
- Throwing the ball between bases
- Catching with a glove
- Running as fast as possible around the bases
For those who want to take it further, there are plenty of opportunities to develop skills further. We have a State Champions program that enables kids to represent their club and compete at higher levels. We also have a strong baseball and softball program and designed a Transition Plan to show you how, and when you can start thinking about making the cross over to a "moving ball" diamond sport.
As with most community sports clubs we rely on volunteers to coach, manage and umpire our kids. Family Involvement is important and so we provide support in the form of training and development for those who want to get involved.
Having the opportunity to be a "part of your kid's team" is a pretty cool opportunity, and we encourage you to get involved.
For more information, click the links below.