The Oxygen Baseball Club is competitive baseball club, founded in October 1953 by player coach John Lee.
This award recognizes the proffesional player with the highest percentage of overall improvement in all competitions.
In April 1962, Oxygen Club hosted the largest baseball meet ever to be held at the college level or in the country.
Comprehensive training programmes began with our Junior Squads right through to Performance squads.
Bring to the table win-win survival strategies to ensure proactive domination. At the end of the day, going forward.
Above all Oxygen Club operated in a friendly fun filled environment where the focus was solely on all members.
From the start, Club's members act in accordance with the Baseball Code Comprehensive of Conduct and Ethics.
The baseball programme consists of one 30 min. session per week and all children are grouped on best ability.