2019/2020 Season Online Registration Now Available

July 27, 2019

The online option to register for the upcoming 2019/2020 season is available.  Click here

This year players will have 2 options to pay for registration. 

1. Is to pay all fees upfront in full. 

This is the preferred option as the club needs the funds to purchase equipment, fund light bills, umpires etc. We also have a number of capital works which require upfront funds. 

2. Is to pay the Affiliation only registration fee only and then go onto a payment plan.  

Please click here for FAQ's


July 13, 2019

The club is pleased to announce our coaches for the under 20 team for the up coming 2019/20 season.

Jeremy Atkinson and Brent Ehlerth will be looking to steer the team to their full potential.


Both have a long history at the club and we are looking forward to working with them and the team.

More coaching announcements, fee structures, team details and sign on information coming in the next few weeks.



Sign on dates announced for the 2019/20 season

July 04, 2019

SAVE THE DATES – August 3rd and 10th  Click here

Exciting news that Pine Hills Lightning Baseball club’s 19-20 summer season will be starting soon.

New players are welcome to Come ‘N Try baseball on our main diamond on Saturday 3rd or 10th August. You can sign-on/register for the season or our short Give It A Go program.

There will be lots of volunteers to answer your questions, assist with uniforms and the Leading Edge van will be in our carpark on 10th August to help kit you out.

Join the fun between 1pm - 4.30pm on 3.8.2019 & 10am – 2pm on 10.8.2019.

Keep an eye on our Facebook page over the coming weeks for fees and online registration details.

Major A Coach Appointed

June 29, 2019

Pine Hills Lightning Basball Club is pleased to introduce Joel Naughton as our senior Division 1 coach for the 2019/20 season. 

Joel started his baseball journey right here at Pine Hills back in 1995 playing in the under 10’s junior
competition. He represented Brisbane Metro and the Queensland Rams through the junior levels
and went on to play for the Australian U/17 and 19 teams.

It was at the Australian Academy held on the Gold Coast in 2003 where Joel signed his professional
contract with the Philadelphia Phillies.

Joel spent the better part of 7 years in the Phillies organisation. In 2008, he was named in the Low A midseason All-Star game and following the season’s completion, Baseball America’s Defensive Catcher of the Year in the South Atlantic League. Joel was added to the Phillies 40man roster in 2009 and represented Australia at the 2009 World Baseball Classic and World Baseball Cup. Joel also played for the Brisbane Bandits 2010 and 2011 seasons.

In 2011, Joel delivered a game-winning hit in the Phillies Spring training game and went to briefly play in AAA, before calling it a day on his baseball career.

After living in Mount Isa for 6 years, Joel and his family returned to Brisbane last year, and Joel played for Pine Hills Division 1 team last season. His experience at home and abroad will have him well equipped to lead our Div 1 team in the upcoming season.

Club’s coaching director Appointed

June 19, 2019

Pine Hills Lightning Baseball Club is proud to announce the appointment of Tim Harradine as the club’s coaching director for the up coming 2019/20 season and beyond.

Tim enters his second season with Pine Hills. This is very much a return to the game after a career and family focus over the past four years.

Prior to moving to Brisbane, Tim grew up playing baseball on Sydney’s Northern Beaches with the Manly club. After finishing high school, Tim spent 13 years in the US attending university playing at Wallace State in Hanceville, Alabama for the hall of fame coach Randy Putman. Tim then went to the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

After completing his Master’s, Tim coached at Whitfield County High School in Georgia, was the Head Baseball Coach at West Point High School in Alabama, and Head Coach at Lemon Bay High School in Florida. Tim also spent short stints coaching back at his alma-maters Wallace State and UAB.

After returning to Australia, Tim has coached the Manly first grade team in the Sydney State League and led the U14 NSW team to a National Championship.

Tim’s professional life has seen him as the CEO for baseball NSW and the Blue Sox, and he is currently the Executive Director for Triathlon Queensland.

His role will involve managing, coordinating and overseeing the delivery of development strategies within Pine Hills Lighting Baseball Club’s player and coach pathway.

We are happy to have Tim on board and hope everyone welcomes him to our club.

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