National Championships

First, in the last few years, the attendance of teams in competition has been very irregular due to financial constraints on the part of the team, complaints of lack of equipment and absence of competition too.
Second, players and teams were also discouraged by the delisting of baseball from the National Sports Festival, Olympic Games and All African Games.
Third, problems of securing visas for teams interested in taking part in international competitions have also not helped matters and have led to frustration on the part of players and parents.

National Competitions

i) 1st National Open Baseball and Softball Championships, Men and Women, Minna, December 1990.
ii) 2nd National Opens, Baseball and Softball, Men and Women, Ilorin November 1991.
iii) 3rd National Opens Ilorin, Men and Women, October 1993, Ilorin.
iv) 4th National Opens Ilorin, Men and Women, October 1996, Ilorin
v) 5th National Opens, Men and Women, Ilorin.
vi) Little League Championships baseball and Softball Championships for U12, Kebbi State.
vii) U16 Baseball and Softball Championships Liberty Stadium Ibadan,
viii) Junior Baseball and Softball Championships, U16, Asaba, Delta State, October 1994.
ix) U12 Baseball and Softball Championships, Abeokuta, 1995.
x) U12 Baseball Championship. August 2011. Ilorin.
xi) Super League Baseball and Softball, FCT. 2010.

 

International Championships

i) World Youth Baseball Championships AAA Brandon Manitoba, Canada, March 1991
ii) ABSA Baseball Championship, Harare Zimbabwe, March 1992, Bronze Medal.
iii) IBA President Cup Cape Town South Africa, 1993, Out at Preliminary.
iv) ABSA/Kenko U13 Baseball and Softball Development Tournament, April 1997, Harare Zimbabwe, Bronze.
v) ABSA Cup, Men Baseball, April 1997. Zambia. Gold.
vi) ABSA Cup of Nations, September 2001, Uganda. Silver.
vii) ABSA Sub regional Little League, April 2000, Burkina Faso. Gold.
viii) 2nd ABSA Sub regional Little League, March 2001, Burkina Faso. Gold.
ix) Little League Africa Europe Regional Tournament, June 2000. Poland. 8th Position from 16 countries.
x) International Friendly, Nigeria vs Russia, Lagos Nigeria. April 1993. Nigeria Won.
xi) International friendly, Ghana Vs Nigeria, Accra Ghana, August 1998. Nigeria Won.
xii) International Friendly, Ghana-Nigeria, December 1999. Lagos Nigeria. Nigeria Won.
xiii) National Sports Festival, Demonstration. Bauchi.
xiv) National Sports Festival, Demonstration. Markurdi
xv) National Sports Festival, Demonstration. Bauchi.
xvi) National Sports Festival, Medal Sport, Edo, 2002.
xvii) National Sports Festival, Medal Sports. 2004.
xviii) National Sports Festival, Medal Sports. 2006.
xix) All Africa Games, South Africa. 1999. Silver.
xx) All Africa Games, Abuja. 2003. Silver