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Ioan Said
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  • wrexham
  • United Kingdom
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Ioan Said's Discussions

Getting the players to swing..

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rick Bundy May 22, 2010. 9 Replies

We'd like YOU to come and play with us!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tiffany Brooks Dec 8, 2009. 3 Replies

Metal Bat recommendation

Started this discussion. Last reply by Anthony Fruhling Dec 3, 2009. 6 Replies

 

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Profile Information

Bats:
Right
Throws:
Right
Height:
5'9
Weight:
200lbs
Position(s):
2B, 3B
Type of hitter... Power? Average? Slap? Pull?
I put the ball in play wether I stupidly knock it in front of me and have to run much faster than I would like or wether I hit it deep.
I currently:
Play Baseball, Coach Baseball, Coach Slow Pitch Softball, Enjoy watching games
Baseball Playing Experience:
Little League, 18+
Baseball Coaching Experience:
Little League, High School
Baseball Umpiring Experience
Little League
Softball Playing Experience:
None
Who is your favorite hitter and why?
Vladimir Guerrerro!
Met him in Montreal with his kid and brother and they are really nice people.

Also, I love how, wherever the ball is, wherever he is in the count , if he thinks he can hit it, he'll swing!
More About Me:
Baseball player in my last year (it will hurt, but the traveling in the adult league is silly..) and baseball coach to the Rudheath Majestics, a team I founded in order to support pupils during the Primary/Secondary transition. It's made a big difference but our equipment is crap (no joke) because we can't afford to buy any! So any donations will be greatly appreciated!!
Website:
http://northwichbaseballclub.co.uk

Sponsors and ways to support us!

Coach Stat provided us with the software and support to make our game days better organised as well as making sure that we have on hand all the statistics and contact details we need in order to efficiently and safely run our team!


Custom Merchandise


Majestic Athletic, our shirt sponsors!
Love them! They were there from the very start!

Celynnen Photography, supporting us for the long run!


Riverside Organic, an organic farm in Cheshire, drove our boys to a tournament in France and provided fencing for our field!


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Ioan Said's Blog

The Rudheath Majestics come back from France!

Posted on June 14, 2009 at 2:10pm 3 Comments

May 2009 was a very special month for the Rudheath Majestics. Not only was it the month of their debut as an official BBF Bronco Baseball team, it was also the first time they went to France to play in the La Guerche-de-Bretagne’s Hawks baseball tournament.



Getting there was fairly straightforward. Taking the ferry from Porthsmouth to the beautiful seaside town of St-Malo, it took… Continue

THE MAJESTICS ATTRACT WORLD CLASS COACHING!

Posted on March 4, 2009 at 6:30pm 0 Comments

Rudheath pupils will have a chance to work with Top USA Coach. On March the 2nd and 9th, Nancy Evans, a softball player and coach will support our training, specially with pitchers and catchers and will be an inspiration and model for all, achieving both in sports and in education. She played on the 1994 and 1997 NCAA Champion Wildcat teams and redshirted on the 1996 NCAA title squad with an injury. She earned first-team Academic All-America honors her senior year, Women's College… Continue

Rudheath takes on Northern Ireland for a Majestic Win!

Posted on September 3, 2008 at 2:22pm 1 Comment

Rudheath Majestics baseball team showed that they can live up to their name by achieving a majestic victory on their recent trip to Portstewart in Northern Ireland.



The school baseball team completed the weeks tour in celebratory fashion by winning the final game against the more experienced Portstewart Eagle team, with a final score of 9 to 8.



The tour was organised by Rudheath Community High School learning mentor Ioan Said along with his colleagues, for pupils involved… Continue

Rudheath Make Majestic Opponents Against Top League Teams in Regional Tournament.

Posted on June 16, 2007 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

This weekend, the Rudheath Majestics were playing at the Frank Caunce Memorial Tournament in Cartmel, Cumbria.



The only team representing the North West Development League, the Majestics started off strong in their first game of the tournament against local rivals Halton Polecats. With Charles Duffy pitching, the Polecats were kept scoreless with 2 strike-outs and a good tag-out by Paul Moss at 2nd base. With a good start under their belt, Majestics came to bat but were unable to… Continue

A Majestic Victory for Rudheath!

Posted on June 9, 2007 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

The Rudheath Majestics stole victory against the Runcorn Jets on

Saturday during their second game of the season! Majestics took an

early lead of 5 in the first inning with good hits from Andrew

Munnerley, Lewis Birchall, Ben Birchall and Scott Morris.



In the second inning Josh Phillips made sure he got on the bases and

was the only runner to score for Rudheath. Good pitching performances

by Charlie and Lewis meant that the Majestics maintained a… Continue

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At 7:26pm on May 21, 2010, Area51 Sports said…
I got the picture but the top of the logo is cut off. Any better versions?

Fred
At 6:39pm on May 15, 2010, Area51 Sports said…
Loan
Would you send me a clear jpeg or eps of your logo. I am working on some sample bats for your program and I want to try and mock up a mini-bat for you as well.
Send to info@area51bats.com

Thanks
Fred
Area51Sports
At 4:33am on June 15, 2009, John Mills said…
Hi Ioan

Best give him a call - do you have his number?
At 2:17pm on April 25, 2009, Bex davies said…
To see you..... Nice! :D x
At 10:24am on March 11, 2009, Shawna Macurio said…
That's good. Hopefully, the U.K./England will have a women's national team someday.
At 7:49am on March 10, 2009, Gerda said…
thank you. Greetings from rainy Belgium
At 4:45pm on March 9, 2009, Shawna Macurio said…
Good luck with the growth of baseball in the U.K. Are there many youth teams yet, or is it something that's just starting to happen? Do you allow girls to play in the league?
At 4:43pm on March 9, 2009, Shawna Macurio said…
I can understand the throat protector, although I'm not sure how much it really protects. As far as the numbers on shirts/jerseys, that's standard here as far as organized teams and leagues go. I can understand if teams are not as organized or aren't in a league and are playing for fun, but I've never seen organized leagues allow shirts/jerseys with no numbers. Here, numbers are pretty inexpensive to add... if you get the iron-on style.
At 3:27pm on March 9, 2009, Shawna Macurio said…
That's strange. I think the traditional catcher's helmets and masks are cumbersome and can be unsafe, especially for kids. I don't like those at all.

You're welcome.
At 9:41am on March 9, 2009, Shawna Macurio said…
For a little help with your question about catcher's masks, the measurements you mentioned have to do with the size of the helmet in inches. The sizes of the helmets are inline with batting helmet sizes and fitted hat sizes here in the U.S.

On the Rawlings web site, it says that their 7 1/8-7 3/4 catcher's mask is an adult mask (it's adjustable to fit that size range). So, the 6 1/4-7 1/2 size you mentioned would be for kids. There probably is a size difference for younger kids compared to teenage kids.

My head is smaller, so I usually fit into teenage kids' sizes in a lot of gear. I wear a 7 1/4" batting helmet. I'm not sure what size my catcher's mask is, but I can check it later today and will let you know.

If you haven't already bought a catcher's mask, I'd get one that's adjustable, so that it will fit several heads. I've used the Rawlings hockey style mask before, and now I used the Easton hockey style one. I really like both.
 
 
 

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