Summer means Ipswich sign-ons about to warm up

SUMMER is coming.

With the weather warming up it's time to turn attention to what sports are on offer in Ipswich over the summer.

Here's a list of the ones we know of so far. No doubt there will be more events highlighted in coming weeks.

Ipswich Musketeers Baseball: Musketeers are based out of the Tivoli Sporting Complex on Church St, Tivoli. They are having two come and try/sign on days in August for both juniors (aged 4+) and seniors.

When: Sunday August 20 (2-4pm) and Saturday, August 26 (2-4pm).

Ipswich Little Athletics: Online registrations are open for the summer season at Ipswich Little Athletics. The club runs training sessions on a Tuesday night and club meets on a Friday night at Limestone Park.

If you have a child aged 5-16 years who would love to try this sport head to one of the sign on days.

They are on August 25 and August 29 from 5-7pm at Limestone Park.

Cricket: Registrations are coordinated through the Play Cricket website www.playcricket.com.au.

Ipswich has a variety of clubs to choose from including Brothers Cricket (Raceview), Central Districts (Ipswich), Eastern Taipans (Redbank Plains), Greater Springfield Sports (Springfield), Northsiders (North Ipswich), Swifts (Yamanto) and Thunder (Marburg/Mt Crosby).

Western Aquatics: Located at the West Moreton Anglican College pool, Western Aquatics run swimming club nights on a Friday night from October through to March starting at 5.45pm.

Registrations for the upcoming season are open. Head to their website www. westernaquatics.com.au for more information.

Is your club hosting a sign on or come and try day for your upcoming season?

Send a message to: sportrecreation@ipswich.qld.gov.au and we will help promote your club.



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