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Become an umpire!


A respected profession among baseball players, coaches and spectators. It is this sort of profession that can teach you how to manage your time well, manage people and gain valuable experience in dealing with rules and being the "man in charge".

At Cronulla Sharks Baseball Club we supply umpires for the Saturday morning junior games and provide a start to a pathway to the upper levels and progressing through the game to local park ball competitions right up to National level tournaments and the Australian Baseball League.

We need your help!


For season 2014/2015 your club needs your help, we are looking for children 14 years or older and adults who are willing to help us umpire our junior games. Your club will help you get qualified as an umpire and will also help you to seek out and join the St George Sutherland Baseball Umpires Association.

The kids get paid too!


That's got to be better than flipping burgers!


If you have any questions or would like to volunteer your time, please get in contact with our clubs Umpire Coordinator Riley Barrington via email cronullasharks.baseball@gmail.com .

Recent Sharks News

Time for some support! - Black Dog Ride


Phil Hollis - our groundsman - is taking part of the Balck Dog Ride to Philip Island this Feb. Click on the article for more news.


U7s and U8s Meet and Greet - Part 2


We are going to hold a second meet and greet session for our U7s and U8s to give our coaching staff a chance to see the kids again, while giving those kids which could not make the first one, to give it a go. 

Details are as follows:

Date: Sunday 09th September
Venue: Clubhouse
Time: 11am - 12pm

Looking forward to seeing everyone then!

Congratulations to our 2nd grade team for their premiership!


Congratulations to our 2nd-grade senior team for winning this year's winter competition.

It has been a long season, with plenty of tight games including the final, but the team prevailed and earned to celebrate this year win!

We are looking forward to welcoming the players back in the upcoming summer season or at least have them back in 2019 for another successful winter season.