Baseball Confederation of Oceania
The Baseball Confederation of Oceania is the governing body of baseball within Oceania.
The Baseball Confederation of Oceania was established in 1989, it currently has 15 member nations.
Ray Brown, the BCO Development Officer, provides support throughout the region.
Since 2006, the BCO has run a Regional Training Centre for aspiring players. Run for approximately 10 days, the RTC is open to players 14-18 who want to perform at a higher level. In 2006, the RTC was held in Auckland, New Zealand. In 2007, it was held in Christchurch, New Zealand. The 2008 RTC was held in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.