- 12. Jul, 2021
Be a Volunteer
Like all other clubs when we have new players we also require coach's, umpires and scorers this is just so games can go ahead. Have you considered being a volunteer for the club? We are always on the lookout for umpires and scorers and of course the all important team coach.
We also require volunteers for the running of the canteen, grounds crews to ensure the field is ready each week for games.
If you think you maybe able to spare some time to learn one of the above roles please do not hesitate to speak to one of the committee members to see when the next courses are being run. We have our very own level 2 scorer who is able to assist in teaching us how to score.
- 5. Jul, 2021
What a great year of baseball
With the 2020/21 season behind us we would like to thank all our families for being a part of the Southern Stars. We are hoping to see so many returning players for the 2021/22 season. With our div 5 team runners up in the GBL and our ladies 2020 southside Champions. During lockdown in 2020 we saw many upgrades to our field and facility. New lights for night games for juniors where required and Masters on Monday nights. The murals have had a new look about them as well and it has just made the club house so much fresher.
We cannot thank Logan City Council and the State Govt for the grants which were approved for us to have upgrades to the field and facility.
Our committee worked tirelessly behind the scenes ready to make the season happen. A massive thank you to Andrew the club president for maintaining the field during the lockdown period in 2020. the field is always looking great, many thanks to the gents who came down each week, Nathan and Daryl and the volunteers who helped to maintain the facility.
The teams represented in the last season were - Rookie Ball, U14 div 2, Ladies, Div 6, div 5 and div 4 we also fielded 3 masters teams again in the 2020/21 season. our aim is to increase our team numbers which will begin this July with our recruitment.
- 14. Aug, 2019
Fund Raising begins with Bunnings
The first of our fund raising initiatives begins this weekend with a Bunnings BBQ at Browns Plains. We then are hosting a Spring Fair on the 7th September, which is coming together nicely with stall holders, jumping castles, Marshall from Paw Patrol will be coming along to have a go at t-ball.
- 7. Jul, 2019
25 Seasons Of Southern Stars - History of Stars
History of Southern Stars Baseball Club
A letter was written on the 16th of November 1994 to the Logan City Council proposing the establishment of a new club in the Western Logan City area for the 1995/96 season.
Since the closure of the Browns Plains section of the Western Districts club, which played out of the Browns Plains State High School grounds, a baseball club had not serviced the area. Therefore, it was proposed for the 1995/96 season that a new club, independent of established club ties, would be formed to fill the void.
After initial discussions with interested parties, a steering committee was formed which included Brett Wood and Peter Oversluizen. It was decided that the new club name would be Southern Stars Baseball Club. The club colours would be Aqua/turquoise (Marlins) tops with silver and black trim, grey pants with black trim, Aqua/turquoise and black cap. The colour Maroon was introduced into the uniform in the 2007/08 season.
They proposed to nominate T-Ball, U/12, U/14, U/16, U/18 and Premier League Division 3 teams for the 1995/96 season. They planned to play their home games at the Browns Plains State High School until the 1997/98 season, then move to a new ground developed on a preferred council site.
In 1995/96 season, the club did blossomed into a very strong club with three senior teams, a couple of junior teams and well over 50 committee and club members. The club added a few more junior teams and more members the next season and had also lodged plans with the Logan council to move to a new field. The club got the go ahead in 1996 to move from the high school to the current location in Regents Park. The Southern Stars Baseball Club moved into their new field at Regency Park, Regency Drive, Regents Park by Christmas 1997. The move proved fruitful, with more junior team being developed and more members joining after the relocation.
This was not the preferred site of the 1994 steering committee, which had nominated the Browns Plains landfill in their five-year plan. Nearly fifteen years on, the Browns Plains landfill on Browns Plains Road is starting to be developed into sporting facilities with the formation of a few soccer and rugby fields and a basketball stadium at the entrance, which is home to Logan thunder.
Over the past seventeen years, the club has grown into the family club we see today, only to improve as each year goes by. Since the club has formed, we have seen well over 500 club members’ come and go; there are a couple of members still here from the beginning of Southern Stars. Compared to the other Brisbane clubs we compete against in competition, Southern Stars would have to be one of the smallest clubs in Brisbane, if not the smallest. This has not been an obstacle for our junior players, with the many dedicated club members and coaches producing young stars that have gone on to represent their region “Brisbane West”, their state “Queensland” and also Australia at the Cal Ripken World series.
Southern Stars: Where young Stars are developed.
- 16. Mar, 2018
a huge congrats to Karen Gallpen
Karen has been invited to be one of the umpires at Australian Women's National Titles
the tournament is being held in Geelong Victoria over 10 days
- 20. Jul, 2017
Sign on days start this weekend 22nd & 23rd of July
- 26. Apr, 2015
Southern Stars welcomes Thalia Bailey ( Secretary ), Liam Robinson ( treasurer ) & Andrew Burgess ( Vice-President ) to our new look committee Andrew Gallpen was re-elected as President While Karen Gallpen has stood down but will continue as our Junior development officer and as assistant to all our committee members
- 25. Mar, 2015
We strike again
how's this for a stat. 4 of the umpires at the junior grand finals held at Padres Redcliffe are or were members of Southern Stars Baseball Club that is nearly 50%
pretty good for a "SMALL CLUB" I had the pleasure of basing the under 16 Div.1 game
what a buzz
- 16. Mar, 2015
What an awesome day at Southern Stars Hundreds of people watching great Baseball, perfect weather & the place looked great and WE ROCKED!!!!!
- 11. Mar, 2015
Grand Finals at Southern Stars
Baseball in Regents Park has hit the big time!!!!!!!!!!!!!
We are hosting a huge day of Grand Final action this Sunday 15/03/2015
Pacific League A, B & C are on field throughout the day