Africa: Tunisian Baseball5 National Team opens camp

Africa: Tunisian Baseball5 National Team opens camp
A total of 25 players will train under head coach Chedli Mokrani and his staff through Saturday, 5 September.

Tunisian Baseball and Softball Federation (FTBS) leaders are looking to build a strong Baseball5 National Team, which will ultimately help to increase baseball and softball's global footprint in Africa. The head coach of Tunisia's Baseball5 National Team, Chedli Mokrani, opened camp on Monday, 31 August in Hammamet.

Mokrani invited 25 of Tunisia's top players to the training camp, along with National Team assistants Syrine Ferjani, Idani Mohamed and Karim Mejri.

The goal of the camp is to work on individual skills and team building.

Camp will close after the last practice on Saturday, 5 September.

The North African nation has been waging an aggressive development campaign in recent months, including staging its national championships, where FTBS leaders could scout players for the national team.

FTBS also staged an innovative Baseball5 beach competition a few weeks ago.

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