Club Sports: Jan. 2019

News from Sports Leagues sponsored
by the Employees Club of California

Championship Game Set!

New Division looking to crown champs Jan 9.

The Club Softball League’s North Division has reached its championship game. The final was set for Dec. 19, but rainouts have pushed that to Jan. 9. At press time, the location was still to be determined. Check the Club’s social media channels for the latest information.

After an early December playoff round, the final is set: Enforcers vs. Blue Dragons!

South Division Still Forming:

The Club Softball League’s South Division, which plays its games in Inglewood, is forming and accepting new teams and players. Contact the Sports Dude:

The Club Softball League is open to Members from the City, County and state. It is also open to their family members over 18 years old.

Game Pictures:

Images of past sporting events can be found on Club social media (see below).

Here are the final regular season standings (not including playoffs):

Standings (thru Sept. 12)


Enforcers   8-2
Blue Dragons   7-3
Sluggers   6-5
GameTime   5-5
Operaiders   0-11


Sewer Rats   8-3
Kilawatts   7-4
Transformers   5-6
It Ain’t Over   5-6
Dot-Gers   3-9



Great Plays Lead To Great Season

As the season winds down, the East vs. West teams are now battling it out for the number one spot to qualify for the championship game. These teams have fought through the cold and rainy weather to make it through to the end.

On Dec. 19, the Enforcers beat the Sluggers with some outstanding plays. In the fourth inning, Potter from the Enforcers nearly almost knocked it out of the park, which brought in three runs to catch up to the Sluggers! What really had the crowd cheering was player #20, Nikki from the Enforcers, who made the game-winning catch in left field, nearly almost diving head first for the ball. There was a loud cheer from both teams, showing their sportsmanship and awe for that amazing play. Both teams played extremely well, and now the Enforcers are moving on to the Championship game to defend their ongoing winning streak against the another great team, the Blue Dragons, coached by Roy Martinez. It’s going to be an exciting and fun game to watch. I encourage everyone to come out and support these very talented players.

The Championship game will be played on Jan. 9 (weather permitting). The location was originally scheduled for Yosemite Recreation Center, but a new location is to be announced by Municipal Sports (Rec and Parks). Check the Club’s social media and the Muni sports Website for more information.

All employees from City, County and State are encouraged to come out and watch this final game to an exciting season. Fan giveaways and media coverage brought by the Employees Club will be present.

— Commish Amanda Cadena, Club Softball Commissioner, North Division
    ITA/It Ain’t Over team member

Calling All Players!

The Club Sports Office welcomes all individual players to inquire about the Club’s sports leagues. Please contact or call the Club at (800) 464-0452 to be placed as a free agent and for more information.


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