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WELSH BASEBALL UNION.
The 1988 international versus England which should have been played at the Civil Service Sports ground, Newport has had to be moved to Roath Park, Cardiff as the Newport ground was greatly damaged by vandals.
Looking through a publication named “Around the Bases”, I select a few items. Ladies baseball is strong in numbers of players, but is hurting from a lack of persons willing to run clubs; result many players turn their backs on the game, but still about 50 teams are active.
Schools baseball, badly hit from 1983 to 1985 by teachers’ industrial action, has come back with at Least 70 teams in action.