Australia Women's Championships (baseball)

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Australia Women's Championships
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2014 Australia Women's Championships season
Sport Baseball
Founded 1999
Owner(s) Australian Baseball Federation
No. of teams 10
Country Australia
Most recent
Victoria Aces
Most titles Victoria Aces 10
Sponsor(s) Toyota

The Australian Women's Championships is an annual event run by the Australian Baseball Federation. The Championship includes the women's Queensland Rams, Western Australia Heat, Victoria Aces, New South Wales Patriots as well as Victorian Provincial, a New South Wales Country team and Australian Capital Territory.

The tournament for the first 10 years was dominated by Victoria, winning nine and only rivalled by New South Wales, who have won two tournaments. This is mainly due to the strong women's baseball competition in Victoria, which includes 22 teams over three divisions, perhaps the largest local women's baseball competition in the world.[1]

In 2010, the Western Australia Heat went the tournament undefeated, defeating New South Wales in the final 7-6. This was the first final without Victoria competing in it and the first time Western Australia won the tournament.


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