Ryde Hawks South 2015 Little League team (more about the team below) wants to invite you to a Beer Tasting & Brewery Tour fundraising event we will be holding at Rocks Brewing Company to help us raise money towards the costs of attending the National Little League Championships in Lismore, June 4-9.
This will be a great night showcasing some fine beers & wine and tasty food, accompanied by baseball themed celebrations throughout the night
In return, you will be a part of the first Ryde Hawks South team ever to progress to the National Championships, and will be giving them the chance to go all the way to the USA.
You can choose from 3 types of tickets -
2 hours of Soft Drinks + Food ($35)
2 hours of Beer & House Wine + Food ($60)
2 hours of Beer, House Wine & House Spirits + Food ($75)
Food on offer will be sliders, and a gluten free/vegetarian option, matched to the beers served on the night. Extra food and other drinks can be bought from the bar on the night.
Entertainment will include live music, a brewery tour, silent auctions, raffles, guessing competitions and a limbo competition for the kids. We will also have a number of special guests for you to rub shoulders with while you enjoy the night.
If you would like to come along for a fun night, please RSVP using the event links and we will be in touch with more details once they are confirmed.
The Ryde Hawks South Little League team successfully competed at the NSW State Championships in early April, qualifying for the Australian National Championships to be held at Lismore, June 4-9. This is the first time a Ryde Hawks South team has qualified for the national tournament, and the players, coaches and families are justifiably proud of their achievements so far.
The winner of Nationals progresses directly to the Little League World Series played in Williamsport PA, USA.
Ryde Hawks South has a roster of 14 players aged 11-13 who will be travelling to Nationals in June. Each player faces $1750 in travel, accommodation and tournament costs, imposing a significant financial burden on the players' families in getting the kids to the competition.