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Group Photo - Moreton Bay BATS v Moreton Bay City Mayor's XI

Group Photo of Moreton Bay BATS and Morton Bay City Mayor's XI
Morton Bay BATS All-Ability Team - Ian Healy, Terry Young, Karen Carter,Michael Wallis, Charlotte Wallis, Charlie Hughes, Kathy McTrusty, Dave Coats, Paul Szep ©, Oddie McTrusty, Danyil Szep, Paul Osmac, Shai Mayberry, Kayden Svenson Moreton Bay City Mayor's XI - Peter Flannery ©, Cr Adam Hain, Ben Hain, Cr Mark Booth, Cleo Booth, Cr Cath Tonks, Cr Yvonne Barlow, Lachlan Crane , Cr Tony Latter, Cr Matt Constance, Cindy Madison, Andrew Trinh

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BATS Clubs are not-for-profit charity that assists people with a disability to lead a more inclusive, healthier, and active lifestyle through its All-Ability Activities Program.

BATS Clubs support events that include participants with a disability, those events that promote All-Ability participation, and those events that promote community inclusion. Adaptive technology and re-designed rules that level to playing field for all participants with a disability is a highly desirable criteria. 

Participation in these events is available to members of BATS Clubs, their family members, their friends, and their support workers.

 

 

 

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Mark & Cleo

Photo of Cr Mark Booth and daughter Cleo, members of the Mayor's XI team
Photo of Cr Mark Booth and daughter Cleo, members of the Mayor's XI team

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A Sports Complex line-marked as half sized fiiels/courts for the following activies: Hockey, Sofball, Netball, Touch Football, Soccer, and Beep Cricket
A Sports Complex line-marked as half sized fields/courts for the following activies: Hockey, Sofball, Netball, Touch Football, Soccer, and Beep Cricket

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All-Ability Activities

Boundary Rope Trailer

BATS Sports Club members laying out the boundary rope using their custom designed boundary rope trailor
BATS Sports Club members laying out the boundary rope using their custom designed boundary rope trailor

Winners!!!! City of Moreton Bay Shield 2023

Ian Healy

Mowing the Fields

Beeping Cricket Ball

The technology used in our Beep Cricket Ball will be used in a number of ball sports included in the BATS Sports Club's Inclusive Sports Program. At Bats Sports Club, the incoming batter gets to choose the colour of the beeping cricket ball (black or white).

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All-Ability Beep Cricket

The game of Beep Cricket is an All-Ability ativity that features a beeping ball and unique modified rules to accommodate participants with a wide range of ability. This game is played on a half sized field.

For more information on Beep Cricet click here

2021 Mayor's XI Match Video

Bats Club introduced the game of Beep Cricket in a match between the BATs and the Moreton Bay Mayor’s XI held in at Devine Sports Comples, Moreton Bay City in September 2021.  Click here to watch the video

Beep Hockey

BATS Sports Club Members playing hockey on the new hockey field at Devine Court. Red Dragons v Gold Emues

In 2023 Bats Club. introduced the inclusive game of All-Ability Beep Hockey. The Hockey Field is half sized with all regular markings and goals.

For more information on Beep Hockey click here

Netball

In 2023 Bats Club. introduced the inclusive game of All-Ability Netball. The Netball Field is half sized with all regular markings and goals. All-Ability Netball has some slight rule changes.

For more information on All-Abilit Netball click here

Soccer

The game of All-Ability Soccer was introduced in 2023. This form of Soccer is played on a half-sized field with small goals.

All-Ability Soccer is part of BATS Sports Club’s inclusive activities program. Within the next 5 years a Beeping Soccer Ball will be developed for this game.

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Beep Softball

An Australian version of the game of Beep Softball was introduced to the BATS All-Ability activities program in 2021. The use of a new Beeping Ball technology and a variation to the rules has proved to be a big hit in Australia. The new Beeping Ball will go into production in 2024.

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Touch Football

In 2023, Bats Club introduced the game of All-Ability Touch Football to Australia.

Most of the rules of this game remain the same as the regular game however, the use of the giant rugby ball and a few rule changes make this game unique to Bats Club.

In All-Ability Touch Football, you can play with your mates, family and supportworker.

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Boating, Camping, Fishing

Seap Sea Fishing Martin with a big grin on his face hold up his big Fish
Martin lands his big fish

In 2023, Bats Club introduced the activity of Boating, Camping and Fishing. (BCF).

Activities can involve; on-shore fishing, beach fishing, small boat fishing. and deep sea fishing. There is also a chance we would be on a pontoon boat fishing on the Noosa River.

In 2024, activities such as;

Camping in cabins and tents,

Canoeing,

Kayaking, and

Rowing,

will be included in the BATS Club activities program.

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