The next generation of Australian male softball stars will have the opportunity to further develop their talent in Queensland later this year.
The Junior Steelers squad will come together for a week-long program, which will include a development training camp and the Softball Australia International Friendship Series, at Redlands in Queensland from 30 June to 7 July.
For this group of talented players, there will be one eye on next year’s WBSC Junior Men’s World Championship, which will be held at Prince Albert in Canada, from 7-15 July 2018. Australia has a rich history at this event, being crowned world champions at four consecutive editions – in 1997, 2001, 2005 and 2008.
The 2017 Junior Steelers Squad
|Josh Bond (NSW)||Dylan Hopgood (SA)||Chris Plain (NSW)|
|Logan Campbell (NSW)||Jordan Howell (WA)||Harrison Pudner (NSW)|
|Thomas Cass (NSW)||Blake Jackson (NSW)||Samuel Reale (Vic)|
|Kingsley Dawson (WA)||Bradley Kilpatrick (NSW)||Layton Reid (Qld)|
|Kyle Doherty (ACT)||Ryan King (NSW)||Mackenzie Reith-Snare (NSW)|
|Jacob Donaldson (NSW)||Shaun Lanaghan (NSW)||Rhys Shelley (Qld)|
|Jarred Garland (NSW)||Harry May (SA)||Keenan Smith (Qld)|
|Cooper Goodman (SA)||Andrew Meyer-Coyte (ACT)||Jeremy Waters (Qld)|
|Joshua Harding (Qld)||Bolton Nussbaum (ACT)||Cameron White (Qld)|
|Matthew Harrow (ACT)||Klaas Pichelmann (ACT)||Thomas Zeylemaker (NSW)|