The Lagos State Baseball and Softball Association has affirmed its readiness to develop the game at the grassroots level.
Chairman of the body, Abiodun Lawrence-Ogidan, says they hope to spread the game across schools in the state and provide the necessary equipment to train the schools games’ teachers the technical aspect of the sport.
“We are ready to take the game to all schools in Lagos State and provide necessary training kits for the schools because we believe in grassroots development. We will also train the schools’ games teachers on the technical aspects of the game,” Lawrence-Ogidan said.
“We don’t have worries over kits because we have access to them. There are three clubs in the United States willing to partner with us. Personally, I know people who have expressed their desires to be our international consultants in terms of having a sister club abroad. I know in Atlanta, Dallas and Maryland; they are ready to work with us and this will help us in terms of kits.” Read more