2005-2009 Palau Report

Submitted by:

 Radley Kazuma SDO Palau Baseball Federation rbi_atley@yahoo.com

Palau Major League Coaching Staffs

Mlib Tmetuchel Glenn Kinto Kerai Ngirmekur Radley Kazuma Kaleb Melte Wiseman Kumaichi Tiko Smus John Wong Alonz Moses Tellames Johanes Alex Meltel Ling Inabo

High School Coaches

Brent Melairei Regino Saburo Isimang Smus Denicio Mariur

Palau Baseball Umpire Association

Radley Kazuma John Tewid Ven Kloulubak Santon Borja Alfred Twelbang Millan Isack Ben Thomas Johnny Sokau Rayson King Wilbur Williams Valentino Ngirkiklang Thomas Rumong Nisimura Remoket Dominic Sengebau Turu Telei

2008-2009 Season

  1. Ngerbeched “Pennant & Champion”
  2. Ngaraard Red Torch “1st Runner-up”
  3. Kayangel K-Angels “2nd Runner-up”
  4. Airai Aces
  5. Koror Ngarametal
  6. Ngerbeches

Team Palau 2006 (Micro Games)

  1. CNMI “Gold”
  2. Guam “Silver”
  3. Palau “Bronze”
  4. Pohnpei
  5. Kosrae

Team Palau 2007 (South Pacific Games)

  1. Palau “Gold”
  2. New Caledonia “Silver”
  3. American Samoa “Bronze”
  4. Fiji
  5. Samoa

Number of Players in Palau

  • 25 men Roster per team
  • 128 Players per season

Players in College

There is only one College team here in Palau which is Palau Community College (PCC Mesekiu). To join the team, you must be a college student, alumni, or college staff to be eligible to be on the team roster.

2005 – 2009 REPORT PALAU BASEBALL FEDERATION

2005-2006 PML Season

  1. Koror Ngarametal “Penant & Champions”
  2. PCC “Mesekiu” 1st Runner-up
  3. Ngerbeched 2nd Runner-up
  4. Airai “Aces”
  5. Kayangel “K-Angels”
  6. Ngardmau
  7. Ngerbeches
  8. Meyuns

2006-2007 Season

  1. Airai Aces “Pennant & Champions”
  2. PCC Mesekiu “1st Runner-up”
  3. Ngerbeched “2nd Runner-up”
  4. Kayangel “K-Angels”
  5. Ngardmau
  6. Koror
  7. Ngerbeches

2007-2008 Season

  1. PCC Mesekiu “Pennant & Champion”
  2. Ngerbeched “1st Runner-up”
  3. Kayangel K-Angels 2nd Runner-up
  4. Airai Aces
  5. Koror
  6. Ngerbeches



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