The 11th Mie Elementary School Tea Ball Championship will be held on May 27th (Sat) and 28th (Sun) at the Tsu Stadium Park baseball field!

NPO Mie Prefecture Lifelong Sports Association
The 11th Mie Elementary School Tea Ball Championship will be held on May 27th (Sat) and 28th (Sun) at the Tsu Stadium Park baseball field! Recruitment of tournament sponsors to support youth activities has also started.
Specified non-profit organization Mie Lifelong Sports Association (Tsu City, Mie Prefecture, Chairman: Shohei Takeda), Sanko Co., Ltd. (Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, President: Yoshiaki Murakami), Japan T-ball Association Mie Prefecture Federation (Tsu, Mie Prefecture) May 27 (Sat) and 28 (Sun), 2023, at the baseball field in Tsu Stadium Park (31-1 Honmachi, Tsu City), the “11th Mie Elementary School Tea Ball Championship” We will hold a tournament.
Teeball is a baseball-type sport without a pitcher. The batter hits the ball at rest on the tee stand and runs to first base. After that, it will be developed in the same way as baseball and softball. In this tournament, 3 innings of 10 vs. 10 will be played, and all 10 players will bat in one inning. There is no inning change due to 3 outs. The team with the most total points at the end of the match wins. [Image 1

From the 10th Mie Elementary School Tea Ball Championship
The Mie Elementary School Tea Ball Championship is also held as a qualifying round for the national tournament held at Belluna Dome in Saitama Prefecture. In recent years, the Mie Prefecture national team has won the national championships in 2018 and 2019 with the Kobe Sports Boys (Tsu City), and in 2022, the Togi Hayabusa Sports Boys (Tsu City) won the second place. are showing great success.
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Togi Hayabusa Sports Boy Scouts (10th Tournament Champion)
We are looking for companies that can support and cooperate with us in advertising, promoting sports, and contributing to the healthy development of youth using this tournament.
[Comment from Chairman Shohei Takeda]
In recent years, the number of children playing baseball and softball has decreased significantly. This tee ball is also expected as an introductory sport. Various people can participate in this tournament, such as rubber baseball teams, hardball baseball teams, softball teams, and children’s associations. We hope that the base of baseball and softball will expand on this occasion.
●Holding requirements
[Purpose] To contribute to the popularization of baseball-type sports in Mie Prefecture and the promotion of sports and baseball.
[Name] The 11th Mie Elementary School Tea Ball Championship
[Schedule] May 27 (Sat) and 28 (Sun), 2023 *Reserve dates: June 3 (Sat) and 4 (Sun)
[Venue] Baseball field in Tsu Stadium Park (31-1 Honmachi, Tsu City) [Organizer] Mie Prefectural Lifelong Sports Association
[Co-sponsored] Japan T-ball Association Mie Prefectural Federation, Sanko Co., Ltd.
[Support] Tsu City, Chunichi Shimbun, Ise Shimbun, Mie Sports Communications Co., Ltd.
[Cooperation] Mie Prefecture Baseball Council, General Incorporated Association Baseball/Softball Activation Committee, Ise Referee Honpo [Participation fee] Free
[Participation qualification] A team composed of 1st to 4th grade elementary school students in Mie Prefecture * Only 3rd and 4th graders are eligible to participate in the national tournament. [Competition method] Held as a tournament (up to 48 teams planned). [Competition rules] Comply with the official rules of the Japan Tee-Ball Association. Establish some local rules.
For details, please request the event requirements. Mie Lifelong Sports Association (TEL: 059-273-5300)
[Video 2:] ● About the Mie Prefecture Lifelong Sports Association
Organization name: Mie Prefectural Lifelong Sports Association Location: CS Building 6F, 18-15 Kotobukicho, Tsu City, Mie Prefecture Representative: Chairman Shohei Takeda
Established: January 26, 2012
Phone: 059-273-5300
FAX: 059-273-5303
Purpose of establishment:
The business of this corporation is to promote sports, improve competitiveness, develop a sound information society, and improve the health of the people through sports classes and training classes while taking effective cooperation with private, government, academic and various organizations. , the policy is to contribute to the
revitalization and development of the region.
Business description:
・School business
Soccer, Futsal, Ninja Nine, programming, dodgeball, street dance, etc., are held in five cities and four towns in Mie Prefecture: Tsu City, Yokkaichi City, Kuwana City, Matsusaka City, Kameyama City, Toin Town, Asahi Town, Komono Town, and Kawagoe Town. (school).
・Designated manager business
Management and operation of public sports facilities such as the baseball field in Tsukyujo Park, the track and field stadium in Kaihin Park, the gymnasium in Ano Central Park, and the Tsu citizen tennis courts through a joint venture with Sanko Co., Ltd.
・Event business
More than 50 sports events, programming events, regional
revitalization, and SDGs-related events are held annually.
・Other business
Health management consulting business, personal training business, survey and research business, etc.
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