SRA helps young Softballer reach her goals

SRA Information Technology (SRA) has proudly sponsored Karah Schultz to help her get to Softball Championships around Australia and reach her goals.

Karah is a dedicated junior softballer with skill and determination beyond her years. She aims to play for Australia and attend college in America to play College softball.
Big goals like Karah’s require a big commitment of time, effort and money.  SRA has helped Karah cover some of the associated costs and help her get closer to achieving her dreams.
Below: Karah batting in a trial game before heading to QLD for the U12 Championships.

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“I have been so lucky to have SRA sponsor me so I could attend three softball championships.  Championships are great because I get to play softball, which I love and I also get to learn from some of the best softballers around,” Karah said.

Since 2014 SRA have sponsored Karah to participate in the:

  • U12 State School Girls SAPSASA School Sports Softball Championship in Toowoomba QLD (November 2014) as Vice-captain
  • U15 State Regional Softball Championships in Brisbane QLD (January 2016) as Captain
  • U17 State Secondary School Girls Softball Championship in Melbourne VIC (May 2016) where she was the youngest member of the team
Below: Karah stretching to reach the base and run out an opponent at the U15’s Championship in Brisbane.

Karah Stretching.jpg

Steve Rowe, SRA CEO, has been a hockey player all his life and supports a number of sporting teams and individuals ranging from staff and local sporting enthusiasts right through to those representing Australia in the Olympics.

“I like to support sports people and teams, it gives people the opportunity to develop friendships and work as part of a team towards a common goal, which fits with how we see SRA – a TEAM working together to achieve success,” Steve said.

Karah has also just participated in the South Australian Softball Inaugural Junior High Performance Program, The Dragon’s Academy Camp in July and was identified as one of the top 25 athletes in her age group.

Link to Softball SA

Link to SAPSASSA Softball information

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