Baseball for all!
SWBL is a community baseball league based in Marrickville. We cater for players of all skill levels and sporting backgrounds - from experienced to newbies, there's a position for everyone on the diamond.
SWBL provides training and skills sessions throughout the season. If you would like to join the league, but don't want to play, you might be interested in being a coach, scorer or umpire.
Established in 1995 by Amanda Hill, the Sydney Women's Baseball League Incorporated (the League) is celebrating 25 years of providing a baseball competition for women of metropolitan Sydney.
The baseball competition has been developed from a small group of enthusiasts in an inner city park to a competitive seven-team League to rival that of larger organisations. While the key focus of the League is participation and enjoyment, the League is structured to ensure skilled players are challenged and beginners' skills are developed.
We play nice
SWBL provides a safe, fun and harmonious community for all members, cheer squads, families and friends. As such, we consider bullying, harassment and discrimination unacceptable. We take very seriously our duty of care obligations to the SWBL community.
We've instituted a Code of Conduct to help strengthen our community and prevent any misunderstanding or misinterpretations of what's meant by playing nice. We encourage you to give it a read and make sure you're clear about how we do things here at SWBL.
As a league, SWBL recognises that gender isn't binary and welcomes trans, gender diverse, and intersex people as we work to reduce the barriers to participation in sport.
All games are played on Sundays at Mahoney Memorial Reserve, 570 Illawarra Rd, Marrickville
Meet the teams
2019 Shamrock Players
2018 Shamrock Players
2017 Shamrock Players
2015 Shamrock Players
2013 Shamrock Players
2012 Shamrock Players
2008 Pool A Stealers, Pool B Saints
2001 Sydney University
1999 Sydney University
1996 Sydney University
Sydney Women's Baseball League games are played on the land of the Gadigal people of the Eora nation. We pay our respects to their Elders - past, present, and future.