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HomeSportBaseballThe Warriewood Worker: Newbold to rep Beaches in Baseball World Cup

The Warriewood Worker: Newbold to rep Beaches in Baseball World Cup

He’s worked a jackhammer in Bondi, minded primary school kids at Elanora Heights and sold fruit at Frenchs Forest market.

At Sea Eagles games he’s in events management at Brookvale Oval.

Three times a week he and his amateur Uber-driving mum and hero Cathy Moore have headed to Blacktown International Sports Park in Rooty Hill for baseball training.

On Sundays he’s played baseball for Petersham. Last Sunday it all paid off when 18-year-old Zac Newbold flew out with the Australian baseball squad to contest the U/18 World Baseball and Softball Confederation World Cup in Florida. And hopefully his mum can get some rest. FULL STORY >>

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