Under 16 –  Boys & Girls


Program Summary

Under 16’s local competition is a mixed competition with boys and girls playing together. This level is very competitive with all different levels of players from representative players to the beginner. We work constantly on the individual improvement of each player. Under 16 players are all eligible to play in the Bundaberg Secondary’s Team and then go on to be part of the Widebay Secondary’s Team. Age group is 13 years to 19 years Boys and girls. There is also under 16 club representation at this level with the opportunity to play up to Australian U16 level.

Practice Schedule

Tuesday afternoon from 4:00pm

Training commences in August at either Faircloth Cres, Kensington (The ovals behind the Brothers Club) or Jack Norgate Oval Burnet Heads (Behind the Progress Association).

What you need for training:

Remember to bring your hat, softball uniform, water bottle, enclosed sneakers and softball equipment. If you don’t have any softball equipment like a glove helmet or bat the club does have gear you can borrow.

Wet Weather Policy

The following process will take place:

  1. If it looks like rain/storm or there already has been rain, executive members will meet to inspect the grounds
  2. A decision will be made the night before or morning of competition.
  3. All team contacts will be sent an email or SMS and a message will be posted on this site as soon as possible
  4. All lost games will be abandoned. They will not be replayed. Unless wash out days have been allocated in the game roster.

The Broncs

Head Coach: Karen O'Neall

Karen has been playing softball since primary school and coaching off and on since High School. She is a current Level 1 and working on her Level 2 and is also a Level 1 Scorer. She started coaching in Ipswich because no one knew the game well enough and she had played for a few years already. Karen coached and played there for a few years before moving away. She started coaching again because there weren’t enough coach volunteers to coach her children how to play the game of softball. Karen has also helped coach representative teams of different ages as well as her children’s teams as they have come through. She enjoys coaching children and likes watching them develop into players of the game and helping them to love the game as much as she does.

Recommended Programs


If you are interested in becoming a scorer for Bargara Softball Club. We run a short, one day course at the start of most seasons. This is a great way to get involved with the Club and be a part of team even if you are not interested in playing.


For coaches wanting to extend their softball knowledge to include basic skills and how to play the game, there is also the formal coaching pathway of coach education and accreditation through Softball Australia's Coaching Program.

Coaching Skills Clinic

Holiday clinics are a great way to introduce your child to the game of Softball in a fun, relaxed environment where they can learn new skills and make friends. Find out when the next holiday clinic is…we usually run them in the September school holidays only.

Want to Join The Club?

At Bargara Softball we are always looking to welcome new members to the Club.  Never played softball before?  No problem. Want to give Softball a try?  Talk to us, we'd love to help. If you want a supporting environment filled with great people who have fun playing the game of Softball, Bargara Softball Club is the right club for you.  Contact us today!