2016 Seoul Korea

2016 Opening Ceremony

The 2016 tour to Korea was very successful for our team. We finished a very respectable 5th place after the preliminary rounds and equal 7th overall.

We started with a city tour on the first day then straight into practice games on the second day. We played practice games against various Korean teams, including the team that participated in the world cup in Japan. Whilst the results weren't always that favourable we were aiming to get all the players exposed to the Korean level of play.

We attended several professional games and visited the DMZ before the tournament started. The tournament schedule was hectic but all the players responded well to the busy schedule.

We started with a loss to Korea B then a win against Germany and San Diego in the preliminaries. In the second round we went down to Japan 13-8 then lost to Chinese Taipei


2015 Okazaki, Nagoya Japan

The 2015 tour to Japan started in Fujimi, about 1 hour from Tokyo. The team had a home stay and practice games before moving to Tokyo for another practice game. After attending a professional game at Tokyo Dome we were treated to an outstanding welcome party hosted by the Tokyo branch of Japan Boys League. The following day we had a day tour to Mount Fiji and the surrounding lakes district.

We took the bullet train to Kyoto for 3 days of sightseeing, practice games and a day trip to Hiroshima before transferring to Nagoya for the tournament.

Video of our game against Central Japan, the opening and closing ceremonies can be found in the Videos section of this site

Name Name
Jack Butcher Rhys Dewick
Jack Dormer Mitchell Driver
Nicholas Gates Lachlan McCarthy
Patrick Glover Liam Holm
Ky Jackson Zacary McLeod
Josh Peruch Brad Richardson
Max Richrdson Harrison Riley
Mitchell Skinner Jo Stevens
Aidan Torpey Mark Zhang

Tour Leader: Andrew Ross
Head Coach: Matt Everingham
Assistant Coach: Jason Dormor
Assistant Coach: Clint Ramsay
Pitching Coach: Chris Keshock

2015 Okazaki Japan

2015 Okazaki Nagoya Japan

The 2015 tournament is the 34th World Boys Baseball tournament and coincides with the 45th aniversary of the host, Japan Boys League. It is being hald in Okazaki, Nagoya, Japan.

The tour departs on 30th July and returns on 14th August 2015

Confirmed participants, as November 2014

1. Fresno
2. Alameda
3. San Diego
4. West Oahu
5. Singapore
6. Australia
7. Korea
8. China
9. Germany
10. Mexico Rojo
11. Japan
12. Central Japan

2015 Roster

Name Name
Jack Butcher Rhys Dewick
Jack Dormor Mitchell Driver
Nick Gates Patrick Glover
Liam Holm Ky Jackson
Lachlan McCarthy Zac Mcleod
Josh Peruch Brad Richardson
Max Richardson Harrison Riley
Mitchell Skinner Jo Stevens
Aidan Torpey Mark Zhang

Tour Leader: Andrew Ross
Head Coach: Matt Everingham
Assistant Coach: Clint Ramsay
Assistant Coach: Jason Dormer
Pitching Coach: Chris Keshock

Itinerary­ & Activities

Day 1: Take the night flight from Sydney to Tokyo and spend a full day sightseeing and visit a baseball store before meeting your host families.


Day 2 & 3: Play baseball against local teams and watch a professional game.


Day 4: Take in the sights of Mt. Fuji with a bus tour to the 5th station, followed by a cruise on lake Ashinoko.


Day 5-7: Ride the Bullet Train to Osaka then do a side trip to Hiroshima and Miyajima. Shopping in Osaka, including the Mizuno department store


Day 8, Arrive at the tournament venue in Okasaki, Nagoya.


Day 9 - 13: Play in the 34th World Boys Baseball Tournament.


Day 14: The journey home

2014 Hawaii

The 2014 tournament is being held in Hawaii in August. This year we had over 50 players express interest in participating in this tour. After we saw skill level of the players that attended trials the decision was made to enter 2 teams in the tournament. They played as Navy Roos and Sky Roos.

The following teams are competing in the tournament;

Korea Fresno, USA
Hawaii Select Japan
Singapore Hawaii West Oahu
San Diego Hawaii Shock
Sky Roos, Australia Navy Roos, Australia
Mexico Rojo Alameda USA

2014 Roos Teams

Navy Roos Sky Roos
Christian Angelis Ismail Adra
Jared Bryce Jack Butcher
Guy Burgess Zachary Caruso
Mitchell Driver Rhys Dewick
Zachary Hayward Nicholas Hickson
Joshua Kaplun Chase Karn
Jacob Krkovski Cameron Klosowski
Dylan Mitchell Nicholas Martin
James Roberti Sam McKenna
Daniel Robertson Alessandro Minervini
Josh Robins Brad Richardson
Lachlan Waddell Maxwell Richardson
Coen Wynn Mark Thompson
Travis Xuereb Lochlan Tilly
Brody Johnstone Mario Sala-Tabbouch
Alex Fisher Zachary Newbold

Roos Game Schedule

Date Games Result
9th Aug Sky Roos v Singapore  
9th Aug Navy Roos v West Oahu  
10th Aug Sky Roos v Hawaii Shock  
10th Aug Korea v Navy Roos  
11th Aug Hawaii Shock v Navy Roos  
11th Aug San Diego v Sky Roos  
12th Aug Mexico Rojo v Navy Roos  
12th Aug Sky Roos v Alameda, USAs  
13th Aug Japan v Sky Roos  
13th Aug Navy Roos v Alameda  
14th Aug Championship games TBA  
14th Aug Championship games TBA  

2013 Fresno USA

The 2013 tournament was held in Fresno, USA. The team travelled to Alameda for several days of sightseeing, practice games and home stays in the San Francisco Bay Area before heading to Fresno for the tournament.

2013 Roster

Name Name
Jake Amos Kai Cooper-Vassalakis
Kyle Cross Mitchell Gardner
Patrick Holm Brad Ingles
Joshua Kaplun Nicholas Martin
Josh Peruch Daniel Robertson
Travis Rosenkoetter James Sammes
Blake Sherer Jack Stevenson
Cameron Tilly Aaron Wilkins
Mark Zhang  

Tour Leader: Andrew Ross
Head Coach: Matt Everingham
Assistant Coach: Theo Vassalakis
Assistant Coach: Travis McDonald
Pitching Coach: Chris Keshock


2012 Gosford Australia

The 2012 tournament was held on the Central Coast region of NSW Australia and organised by Central Coast Baseball Association. Teams from San Diego and Fresno arrived before the tournament for a number of practice games against local teams from Ryde and Manly. Mexico Rojo arrived 1 day earlier and played a practice game against Central Coast Marlins.

We entered 2 teams in this tournament, names Navy Roos and Sky Roos after out team colours of navy and sky blue.

The following teams participated in the tournament.

Roos - Navy

Roos - Sky


San Diego



Mexico Rojo


All the teams stayed at the Deprtment of Sport and Recreation facility ay Myuna bay.


This was the best result for the Roos with out nNavy Roos team finishing a very respectable 3rd place overall. The tournament was won by Japan who had played Fresno for first place.

2012 Navy Roos Team
Adam Barbaro Claude Bova Kyle Cross
Gavin Dixon Joel Dwyer Nicholas Eckberg
Mitch Ferris Dean Frew Ben Hunt
Lachlan Mayo Jackson McAlpine James McCallum
Daniel Myrmell Ethan Packer Cameron Power
Matt Reeves Brad Simon Ryan Whitley


2012 Sky Roos Team
Joshua Angelis Mitchell Austin Kurt Berry
Mackenzie Bohan Luke Brown Christian Eckberg
Hayden Elvy Connor Gorman Patrick Holm
Joshua Kaplun Jordan Lindsay Lachlan Maher
Blake Morris Bailey Musulin Jacques Pacifique
James Percival Jack Stevenson Aaron Wilkins


2011 Fukuoka Japan

The 2011 tournament was held in Fukuoka, Japan. Unfortunately we were unable to field a team as the tournament was a few months after the devastating tsunami and subsequent nuclear events. The tournament went ahead with the following teams;
Japan x 2
Alameda, USA
Fresno, USA
San Diego, USA
Mexico Rojo

We sent a delegation to submit a presentation to host the 2012 on behalf of Central Coast Baseball Association.

2009 Nettuno, Italy

The tournament was held in Nettuno, a popular seaside town about 1 hour from Rome. The team stopped in Japan for 4 days on the way to Italy. Whilst in Japan we played several practice games against local teams and the players had home stays for 2 days. We took in a day tour to the 5th station of Mt. Fuji and a cruise on a lake. We also got to see a Japanese Pro League game at Shinju Stadium where the local Yakult Swallows fans are known for their enthusiasm.

On arrival in Italy we spent 2 days sightseeing in Rome before heading to Nettuno.

2009 Roster

Name Name
Ellis Batterham Jeremy Bec
Kyle Darroch Dalton Dowdon
Daniel Fradd Jackson Gritching
Stephen Harkness Charlie Letourneau
Jake Mandrakis Ben Martin
Zac Monjo Robert Perkins
Paul Raicevich Haydn Sumiran
Danny Smith Joe Van Wegan

Tour Leader: Andrew Ross
Head Coach: Brian Murphy
Assistant Coach: Matt Everingham
Development Coach: Ashleigh Ross
Umpire: Henry Cieslak
Umpire: John Robertson