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Altona Sports Club Supports Baseball in Melbourne
Always Fun at Altona Sports Club
01/16/2018 8:10 PM ET
 

The Melbourne Aces would like to acknowledge the Altona Sports Club as a proud supporter of the club for the 2017/2018 ABL season.

 

Altona Sports Club believes in supporting the local community and also shares in the Aces vision of growing the game of baseball here in Victoria. Even though the baseball season is winding down, it's never too late to sign up for a membership at ASC.

 

Being a member of the Altona Sports Club offers you a range of exclusive benefits including discounts on bar and bistro purchases, eligibility to join the club's cricket, bowls, angling, pool or dance clubs, discounts on special event tickets and much more.

 

ASC is a community orientated club and here to help. Whether it's Sunday morning breakfast, Friday night football in the Sports Bar, Live Music Entertainment or even Ballroom Dance Lessons ASC's first-class staff do their best to provide you with the best level of service possible.

 

Much like the Aces, Altona Sports Club brings people together for their mutual love of sport. That's why ASC has provided you an opportunity to join a sports group membership. Each sports group membership incurs an additional registration fee or subsidy. However, becoming a member of one of our sporting groups opens up a whole new world of fun, interest and let's not forget the social aspect, where you can get to know like-minded people and enjoy the benefits of a Community Club.

 

We are proud to have Altona Sports Club as one of many organizations that believe in growing the game of baseball. With their help, we hope to produce some of the finest baseball players from here in Melbourne that will one day represent the green and gold. We also hope to work with ASC for many seasons to come.

 

All season long, the Aces will celebrate their partnerships with a diverse group of organizations that are proud to support baseball locally here in Melbourne.

This story was not subject to the approval of the Australian Baseball League or its clubs.