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New South Wales State Tournament
Host - Hawkesbury Baseball Club (Richmond)

Tournament Results:

Format: Thirteen-team, double-elimination tournament. The highest-finishing Metro and Country leagues advance to the Australian national tournament.

Opening Round (Saturday, April 16):
Hills South 6, Ryde Falcons 5
Cronulla North 16, Bankstown 9
Hills North 11, Macarthur 7
Manly 18, Hornsby Eagles 13
Cronulla South 4, Greater Western 3

Winner's Bracket Quarterfinals (Saturday, April 16):
Hills South 12, Illawarra 11
Cronulla North 13, Central Coast 2 (5 innings)
Manly 10, Hills North 9
Cronulla South 27, Newcastle 2 (4 innings)

Elimination Bracket - Round 1 (thirteen teams remain) (Saturday, April 16):
Macarthur 7, Hornsby Eagles 6 (elim.)

Elimination Bracket - Round 2 (twelve teams remain) (Sunday, April 17):
Central Coast 1, Greater Western 0 (elim.)
Ryde Falcons 7, Hills North 0 (forfeit; elim.)
Bankstown 6, Newcastle 2 (elim.)
Macarthur 7, Illawarra 5 (elim.)

Winner's Bracket Semifinals (Sunday, April 17):
Cronulla North 6, Hills South 2
Cronulla South 6, Manly 0

Elimination Bracket - Round 3 (eight teams remain) (Sunday, April 17):
Macarthur 4, Central Coast 3 (elim.)
Bankstown 8, Ryde Falcons 3 (elim.)

Consolation Bracket - Round 1:
Greater Western 19, Hornsby Eagles 0 (4 innings) (Hornsby Eagles concludes play)
Illawarra 9, Newcastle 2 (Newcastle concludes play)
Hills North 9, Ryde Falcons 8 (Ryde Falcons concludes play)

Winner's Bracket Final (Tuesday, April 19):
Cronulla North 10, Cronulla South 7

Elimination Bracket Quarterfinals (six teams remain) (Tuesday, April 19):
Hills South 6, Bankstown 5 (10 innings; elim.)
Macarthur 15, Manly 7 (elim.)

Elimination Bracket Semifinal (four teams remain) (Tuesday, April 19):
Macarthur 6, Hills South 5 (elim.)

Consolation Bracket - Round 2 (Tuesday, April 19):
Illawarra 9, Greater Western 7 (Greater Western concludes play)
Central Coast 7, Hills North 6 (Hills North concludes play)

Elimination Bracket Final (three teams remain) (Wednesday, April 20):
Cronulla South 7, Macarthur 3 (elim.)

Consolation Bracket - Round 3 (Wednesday, April 20):
Illawarra 9, Central Coast 5 (consolation finals) (Illawarra wins the Country NSW title)

Championship Series (April 20 and 21):
Cronulla South 8, Cronulla North 2
Cronulla North 3, Cronulla South 2 (TITLE)

Cronulla North and Illawarra advance to the Australian national tournament.

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Queensland State Tournament
At Redlands Baseball Club (Sheldon)

Tournament Results:

Format: Initially, this tournament was designed as a two-phase event, with the top two teams at the conclusion of the first phase advancing to the championship game. The two Queensland winter leagues would compete in a championship game to determine the state's country champion.

Tournament officials abandoned this format with two days of games complete after a series of rainouts severely impacted the tournament schedule. Officials cancelled games involving the two winter Queensland leagues, as geographic considerations made their return to Brisbane for further competition problematic. Officials made one field playable enough to complete a game between the two winter leagues on the tournament's third day that determined the Queensland country champion. The schedule was then redrawn so that games involving the winter leagues were removed from the standings, and the five Metro leagues continued competing under a modified schedule that involved round-robin competition and a championship game between the top two finishers.

Round Robin Results:

(Tournament Participants: Brisbane Metro, Brisbane North, Brisbane South, Brisbane West, Far North Coast, Gold Coast, and North Queensland)

Day 1 (Saturday, April 16):
Brisbane South 10, Brisbane Metro 8
Brisbane North 12, Gold Coast 2
Brisbane West 13, North Queensland 3
Brisbane Metro 12, Brisbane North 6
Gold Coast 7, Brisbane South 5
Far North Coast 19, Brisbane West 9

Day 2 (Sunday, April 17):
Brisbane Metro 6, Gold Coast 4
Brisbane South 28, Far North Coast 0
Brisbane North 13, North Queensland 0
Brisbane North 6, Brisbane West 5
Gold Coast 8, Far North Coast 7
Brisbane Metro 24, North Queensland 0

Day 3 (Monday, April 18):
Game 13 - Brisbane South versus Brisbane North (postponed, rain)
Game 14 - Far North Coast versus North Queensland (cancelled, rain)
Game 15 - Brisbane West versus Gold Coast (postponed, rain)
Game 16 - Brisbane South versus Brisbane West (postponed, rain)
Game 17 - Brisbane Metro versus Far North Coast (cancelled, rain)
Game 18 - Gold Coast versus Far North Queensland (cancelled, rain)

Day 4 (Tuesday, April 19):
Game 19 - Brisbane North versus Far North Coast (cancelled, rain)
Game 20 - Brisbane Metro versus Brisbane West (postponed, rain)
Game 21 - Brisbane South versus North Queensland (cancelled, rain)

Day 5 (Sunday, May 1):
Brisbane South 10, Brisbane North 0 (5 innings)
Gold Coast 11, Brisbane West 8
Brisbane South 7, Brisbane West 2

Day 6 (Monday, May 2):
Brisbane Metro 12, Brisbane West 1 (4 innings)


Round Robin Standings

W

L
Brisbane South 3 1
Brisbane Metro 3 1
Brisbane North 2 2
Gold Coast 2 2
Brisbane West 0 4

The top two teams advance to the championship game. The two Country participants advanced directly to the Country championship game after the original round-robin schedule was abandoned.

Queensland Country Championship Game (Tuesday, April 19)

Far North Coast 11, North Queensland 3 (4 innings, rain; COUNTRY TITLE)

Consolation Game (Monday, May 2)

Brisbane North 11, Brisbane West 2

Championship Game (Monday, May 2)

Brisbane South 12, Brisbane Metro 2 (5 innings; METRO TITLE)

Brisbane South advances to the Australian national tournament as the Queensland metro champion, and Far North Coast advances as the country champion.

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South Australia State Tournament
Host - Riverland Baseball League (Berri)
At Glassey Park

Tournament Results:

Best 2-of-3 Series (April 9 and 10):
Southern Adelaide Districts 6, Northern Adelaide Districts 2 (4 innings, rain)
Northern Adelaide Districts 11, Southern Adelaide District 4
Southern Adelaide Districts 20, Northern Adelaide Districts 0 (4 innings; TITLE)


Country South Australia State Tournament
Host - Riverland Baseball League (Berri)
At Glassey Park

Tournament Results:

Best 2-of-3 Series (April 9 and 10):
Mount Gambier 18, Riverland 0 (4 innings)
Mount Gambier 18, Riverland 8 (4 innings)
Mount Gambier 21, Riverland 6 (4 innings) (4 innings; TITLE)

NOTE: The two teams played the third game of the best 2-of-3 series even though Mount Gambier had already won the first two games.

Southern Adelaide Districts advances to the Australian national tournament as the South Australia metro champion, and Mount Gambier advances as the country champion.

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Victoria State Tournament
Host - Geelong Baseball Centre

Tournament Results:

Format: Round-robin tournament, with the top two teams advancing to the championship game.

Round Robin Results:

(Tournament Participants: Eastern Kangaroos, Melbourne West, North East Sluggers, South East, and Waverley)

Day 1 (Wednesday, January 26):
Waverley 14, Eastern Kangaroos 4 (5 innings)
North East 8, South East 3
Eastern 9, South East 8
Melbourne West 10, North East 0 (4 innings)

Day 2 (Thursday, January 27):
Eastern Kangaroos 17, Melbourne West 3 (4 innings)
Waverley 16, South East 0 (4 innings)
Waverley 13, North East 9
South East 16, Melbourne West 6 (4 innings)

Day 3 (Friday, January 28):
North East 8, Eastern Kangaroos 7 (9 innings)
Waverley 13, Melbourne West 11


Round Robin Standings

W

L
Waverley 4 0
North East 2 2
Eastern Kangaroos 2 2
South East 1 3
Melbourne West 1 3

The top two teams advance to the championship game.

Consolation Game (Friday, January 28)

Eastern Kangaroos 10, South East 5

Championship Game (Friday, January 28)

Waverley 12, North East 0 (4 innings; TITLE)


Country Victoria State Tournament
Host - Bendigo
At Albert Roy Reserve

Tournament Results:

NOTE: While serving as a qualifier for the 2011 international tournament, this tournament took place on July 17 and 18, 2010, as competing leagues are Winter Region charters in Victoria.

Nine leagues competed in a double-elimination tournament that determined the Country Victoria state champion.

Tournament Results:

(Results for Ringwood District #1):
Ringwood District #1 d. Dandenong #1
Ringwood District #1 16, Geelong 2
Ringwood District #1 d. Bendigo
Ringwood District #1 7, Geelong 2 (TITLE)

Waverley advances to the Australian national tournament as the Victoria metro champion, and Ringwood District advances as the country champion.

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Western Australia State Tournament

Tournament Results:

Format: Three-stage tournament, with six metro leagues and two country leagues advancing from the tournament's first stage to the Western Australia finals.

In the first stage, metro leagues are divided into two pools for round-robin competition. The two pool winners advance directly to the Western Australia finals, and the remaining six teams play a series of qualifying games to determine the other four metro participants in the Western Australia finals. Country leagues are divided into two pools for round-robin competition, with the top two teams in each pool advancing to a playoff round. The two playoff winners advance to the Western Australia finals.

The eight remaining teams at the conclusion of these qualifying stages compete in a double-elimination tournament. The top-finishing metro and country teams advance to the national tournament.

Qualifying Tournament Results:

(Metro Participants: Combined All-Stars, Peel, Perth Metro East, Perth Metro North, Perth Metro South, Southern Hills, Swan Hills, and West Coast)

(Country Participants: Batavia Coast, Goldfields, Pilbara, Pilbara Coast, Port Hedland, and SouthWest)

Metro Qualifier Tournament
Host - Willetton Baseball Club

(Pool 'A' Participants: Peel, Perth Metro North, Southern Hills, and West Coast)

(Pool 'B' Participants: Combined All-Stars, Perth Metro East, Perth Metro South, and Swan Hills)

Pool 'A' Tournament (March 4, 5, and 6):
Perth Metro North 14, Peel 0 (4 innings)
Southern Hills 10, Peel 9
Perth Metro North 11, West Coast 1 (4 innings)
Southern Hills 8, West Coast 5
Perth Metro North 10, Southern Hills 0 (4 innings)
West Coast 15, Peel 11

Pool 'B' Tournament (March 5 and 6):
Swan Hills 9, Perth Metro East 3
Combined All-Stars 15, Perth Metro South 13
Combined All-Stars 8, Perth Metro East 7
Swan Hills 9, Perth Metro South 8
Perth Metro South 8, Perth Metro East 3
Swan Hills 13, Combined All-Stars 5


Pool 'A' Standings

W

L
Perth Metro North 3 0
Southern Hills 2 1
West Coast 1 2
Peel 0 3


Pool 'B' Standings

W

L
Swan Hills 3 0
Combined All-Stars 2 1
Perth Metro South 1 2
Perth Metro East 0 3

The two pool winners advance to the second stage. They first will meet in a seeding game to determine the first- and second-place seeds for the finals. Each second place finisher plays a crossover game against the third place team in the opposite pool. The two cross-over winners advance to the second stage and are seeded third and fourth, while the two losing teams advance to playoff games in which they meet the two fourth place finishers. Winners of these two playoff games advance to the second stage as the fifth and sixth seeds.

Seeding Games (Sunday, March 6)

Perth Metro North 10, Swan Hills 0 (Perth Metro North advances to the finals as the first seed / Swan Hills advances to the finals as the second seed)
Southern Hills 15, Perth Metro South 9 (Southern Hills advances to the finals as the third seed / Perth Metro South advances to a qualifying game as the fifth seed)
West Coast 5, Combined All-Stars 4 (West Coast advances to the finals as the fourth seed / Combined All-Stars advance to a qualifying game as the sixth seed)
Peel 8, Perth Metro East 7 (Peel advances to a qualifying game as the seventh seed / Perth Metro East advances to a qualifying game as the eighth seed)

Metropolitan Elimination Playoffs (Saturday, April 16)

Perth Metro East 3, Perth Metro South 0 (Perth Metro East advances to the WA finals)
Peel 11, Combined All-Stars 0 (Peel advances to the WA finals)

Country Qualifier Tournament

(Pool 'A' Participants: Pilbara, Port Hedland, and SouthWest)

(Pool 'B' Participants: Batavia, Goldfields, and Pilbara Coast)

Pool 'A' Tournament (Wednesday, April 20):
Port Hedland 10, Pilbara 1
SouthWest 10, Pilbara 3
Port Hedland 11, SouthWest 1

Pool 'B' Tournament (Wednesday, April 20):
Batavia 2, Goldfields 0
Pilbara Coast 7, Goldfields 3
Pilbara Coast 5, Batavia 4


Pool 'A' Standings

W

L
Port Hedland 2 0
SouthWest 1 1
Pilbara 0 2


Pool 'B' Standings

W

L
Pilbara Coast 2 0
Batavia 1 1
Golfields 0 2

The top two teams in each pool advance to qualifying games that determine the two Country representatives in the Western Australia finals.

Country Elimination Playoffs (Wednesday, April 20)

Pilbara Coast 13, SouthWest 3 (Pilbara Coast advances to the WA finals)
Port Hedland 14, Batavia 1 (4 innings) (Hedland advances to the WA finals)

Western Australia Finals
At Dale Park; Langford Park Sporting Complex (Perth)

NOTE Following the second day of play, West Coast was disqualified from the tournament due to anomalies in the age of players on its roster. West Coast was allowed to continue playing in consolation games, and losses that had been charged to its first two tournament opponents were removed. This meant that Hedland's elimination bracket loss to Perth Metro East was actually its first tournament loss rather than its second, and Hedland continued to play in later tournament games.

Opening Round (Thursday, April 21):
Port Hedland 16, Pilbara Coast 7
West Coast 6, Southern Hills 3
Perth Metro North 5, Peel 0
Swan Hills 6, Perth Metro East 3

Winner's Bracket Semifinals (Friday, April 22):
West Coast 14, Port Hedland 9
Perth Metro North 10, Swan Hills 0 (4 innings)

Elimination Bracket - Round 1 (eight teams remain) (Friday, April 22):
Southern Hills 19, Pilbara Coast 8 (elim.)
Perth Metro East 8, Peel 7 (elim.)

Consolation Game (Saturday, April 23):
Peel 17, Pilbara Coast 1

Elimination Bracket Quarterfinals (six teams remain) (Saturday, April 23):
Southern Hills 5, Swan Hills 2 (elim.)
Perth Metro East 6, Port Hedland 1 (both advance as Port Hedland's earlier loss was to West Coast)

Winner's Bracket Final (Saturday, April 23):
Perth Metro North 21, West Coast 7

Elimination Bracket Semifinal (four teams remain) (Saturday, April 23):
Southern Hills 8, Perth Metro East 7 (elim.)

Consolation Game (Sunday, April 24):
West Coast 14, Swan Hills 7
Perth Metro East 10, West Coast 0
Peel 8, Swan Hills 5

Elimination Bracket Final (three teams remain) (Sunday, April 24):
Southern Hills 13, Port Hedland 4 (elim.)

Consolation Games (Monday, April 25):
Swan Hills 12, Pilbara Coast 0 (Swan Hills finishes in seventh place / Pilbara Coast finishes in eighth place)
West Coast 7, Peel 5 (West Coast finishes in fifth place / Peel finishes in sixth place)
Perth Metro East 10, Port Hedland 4 (Perth Metro East finishes in third place / Hedland finishes in fourth place)

Championship Game (Monday, April 25):
Perth Metro North 10, Southern Hills 0 (TITLE)

Perth Metro North and Port Hedland advance to the Australian national tournament.

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