The Halton Jaguars are the senior team of the Club.
After a year out from competing in the BBF league the Halton Jaguars will return for the 2016 season.
The teams core players have continued training during the break and have been joined by players moving up from our experienced U17 Pony squad. New players have also increased squad numbers following a successful recruitment drive.
With a new League structure for 2016 and alterations to post season play-offs Opening Day can't come soon enough.
Halton Polecats - Bronco U14
Halton Bronco are the under 14s team of Halton Baseball & Softball Club, serving Runcorn, Widnes, Warrington, North Cheshire and Chester.
The team are now recruiting for the 2016 season and new players are always welcome. If you are interested in joining, or would just like more information about the team, please get in touch using our contacts page.
Halton Polecats - Rookie Team
The Rookie team plays 'T-Ball', a modified game that does not normally involve pitching. Games are mainly 'friendlies', usually in the form of one day tournaments with several games rather than League Play.
If you are interested in joining, now is the perfect time to come and give Rookie baseball a try.
Halton Polecats - Pony U17
The Halton Polecats Pony team are the senior youth
team of Halton Baseball Club, and have the proud record
of being North West League Champions and National
Finalists in 2000 & 2001, 2007, 2013
The team have also qualified for postseason play in the BBF National Youth Championships for the last 7 seasons.
2016 Outdoor Training
Sundays 10:00am - 12:00pm
Thursdays 6:30pm - 8:00pm
v County Durham Spartans
Sunday 29th May - 12:00pm
BSUK Junior Baseball Sessions - Key Stage 2
Starts Monday 9th May 5:30pm
Opening Day 2016 -
Halton Jaguars Start Their 2016 Campaign With a Sweep of Oldham North Stars
After last weeks postponements, the Jags opening day finally arrived with a two game matchup against Oldham North Stars.
An untested Jags team took the field, having returned to competition after a year long hiatus. Despite Oldham opening the scoring in the top of the first the Jags looked strong behind the pitching of Carl Heesom - who would go on to throw a no hitter through five innings - and Mitch Cross, who pitched games one and two respectively.
Haltons offence was unmatched in both games, despite Oldham battling throughout, mounting a late rally in the final inning of game two.
Game One - Oldham 3 : 20 Halton
Game Two - Oldham 4 : 21 Halton
The club would like to thank our newest sponsors 'Dowhigh Limited' for their generous donation of field materials. Dowhigh are a Northwest based company with sattelite depots across the region who are currently serving the needs of over twenty local authorities (and one baseball club).
The Jaguars next scheduled game is Sunday 17th of May against Sheffield Bladerunners at John Mills Ballpark. First pitch is 12:00 noon.