Latest Sharks News

Batting Cage Upgrade & New Pitching Machine


The club has just purchased a new pitching machine to assist with batting training and fielding drills. It's a Sports Attack machine which can throw a variety of pitches up to 100mph. The batting cages are also getting a facelift and should be ready in the coming weeks. Read more....


Junior Baseball is Back!! Registration Opens July 1st


Get in early and register for junior baseball this summer!

Summer comp starts in September. We are sorting out the teams early so we can get training ASAP. Read more....

July Holiday Camp @ Sylvania Waters

Cronulla Sharks Baseball Club will be hosting the Sydney Diamond Sports holiday baseball camp at Sylvania Waters this school holidays.

Dates:   8-9 July 2015.

This is a great chance for players to refresh their skills.  Lots of hitting & lots of fun!!!

 Many players have already registered so don't miss out!!!

Register Today - Limited spots available!

Cronulla Sharks Baseball

Established in 1977 Cronulla Sharks Baseball Club has a proud history of developing junior and senior baseball players in Sydney's Sutherland Shire. The home of the Sharks at Sylvania Waters consists of four baseball diamonds with enclosed dugouts and a recently built clubhouse. Our grounds are able to host junior and senior games and are considered as one of the best dedicated baseball facilities in Sydney's South

Our junior club enters teams for 5 to 16 year olds in the following summer competitions run by the Cronulla Sutherland Junior Baseball Association (CSJBA).

Tee-ball (5 to 8 year olds) - The ball is hit from a standing Tee and the game is played on a reduced size diamond.
Zooka-ball (9 year olds) - Pitching machine is used as a transition from Tee-Ball to a full pitched game.
Baseball (10 to 17 year olds) - Full pitched game.

Thanks to our major sponsor

Attention: Coaches & Managers

Submit your results no later than 7:00 p.m on the day of the game

Email results to

CSJBA Recorder -

Cronulla Sharks Recorder -

All result sheets must be scanned and emailed

by 7.30 pm of the Monday following the game.


Failure to submit results or results sheets by the prescribed time shall result in a fine of five dollars ($5) for the first offence and ten dollars ($10) for subsequent offences each round . Please ensure that you keep all original documents in case of disputed results.


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