Blue HelmetSince the Comets Baseball Club was inaugurated and registered back in 1981, it has become widely recognised for its stability of administration and a high level of achievement, as well as setting a recognised standard of excellence.

It's time to get your grey matter charged up or find your brains trust to help your team out.

COMETS Trivia Night is on again and need your support to make it an enjoyable fundraising night for the club.

We have a "Hollywood" theme you can get dressed up or just come as yourselves.



If you are looking to play in the Winter season do not leave it too late to register so get in quick.

We are aware that the Summer 2016-2017 season is still to be played out and complete their Final Series, but as there is a tight deadline and short period between seasons we need to act fast.

If you have any questions or queries please send an e-Mail to :

  • Games are played on Saturday or Sunday depending on association draw (no fixed days)
  • Game times 9.30am / 12pm / 2.30pm (Game Duration 2 Hours)
  • Anticipated Season Start Date: 1st Week April - (To be determined by association at Feb AGM)
  • Open to Male and Female players
  • Competition consisted of 1st through to 9th grade last year
  • Players must have already turned 14 years old to play. (note this is a senior competition only)

VALE - Steven Whitney

Comets Baseball Club would like to acknowledge the passing of Steven Whitney, aged 44, father of Ben Whitney (12/3’s Gold) who tragically died over the Christmas period.

Steve suffered a medical episode at their home in the days prior to Christmas and was rushed to Sutherland Hospital for treatment. Despite the best efforts of hospital staff the heartbreaking decision was made several days later to turn off his life support and he passed away peacefully with family by his side. It was only fitting that during this time of giving Steve was able to give the most precious gift of all by donating his organs, something that would not have been possible had it not been for the actions of Ben who found his dad unconscious and called ‘000’.

Since Ben joined the Comets Baseball club Steve has attended every one of his games and has always put his hand up to help out at training, on the BBQ or with ground set-up and Comets Baseball club would like to pass on their sincere condolences to Steve’s wife Sharon, son Ben and the rest of his family and friends at this difficult time.

A funeral service for Steve will be held at 2.30pm on Friday 6th January 2017 at Georges River 16ft Sailing Club (Sanoni Avenue, Sandringham) and the family have asked that those who may attend leave the suit at home and wear clothing that acknowledges one of Steve’s passions; the Cronulla Sharks, fishing or animals, or alternatively, bright colours.

If you would like to help the family out at this difficult time then please feel free to contact Steve Bourke (Coach – 12/3’s Gold) on 0405 139 103 or Jodie Friedrich (Manager – 12/3’s Gold) on 0410 473 951.

It's raining, what do I do?

Game Day

Always assume that games are on unless you know otherwise.

If it's been raining, ring the wet weather line on 1902 260 530


Check with the council Wet Weather line on 9710 0105

Check the Wet Weather page for more details.

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