Bunbury & Districts Softball Association Inc.
Bunbury and Districts Softball Association Inc. (BADSA) is a non-profit, volunteer run organisation, committed to providing residents of the community, regardless of age, gender or ability, with an experience that fosters positive self-esteem, team spirit, and individual growth through personal achievement and as a team member.
To encourage, promote and manage softball in a professional manner that will ensure the continued future viability of the Association, and provide a stable foundation for a pathway and promotion of softball development in the greater Bunbury District
To provide a welcoming, fun, safe and family friendly environment so everyone has the opportunity to reach their full potential and in the process become better community citizens.
RESPECT: we expect our administrators; players, parents, coaches, officials, spectators and volunteers to be respectful of each other at all times.
ACCOUNTABLE: we are responsible for our own decisions and actions.
INTEGRITY: Open, honest & transparent administration of the Association
APPROACHABLE: we will listen to the concerns of our members.
TEAMWORK: Work together for success.
FAIR PLAY: we support the principles of fair play and our codes of conduct
FUN & ENJOYMENT: positive promotion of our sport
The Bunbury & Districts Softball Association Inc (BADSA) headquarters are located at Glen Huon Reserve, Recreation Drive EATON 6232.
Competitions are organised for T-Ball (5-7yrs & U10’s), Junior Softball (U13’s & U17’s) and Senior Men & Women.
All competitions are played on Saturday’s at the Glen Huon Reserve
The competitions run from October 15th through to Grand Final day on April 1st with a break over the Christmas / New Year period.
T-Ball and Junior Softball go into recess over the school holidays
Competitions cater for all ages and playing ability with the emphasis on:
The Association’s major objective is to encourage, promote and grow the sport of Softball in Bunbury and the surrounding district with a particular focus on Junior Development.