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The Narangba Demons Baseball Club is an amateur baseball club located in Narangba, Queensland, that participates in the Greater Brisbane League competition and the Brisbane North competition.


The Narangba Demons Baseball Club originally began as The Northern Districts Junior Baseball Club in the 1983/84 season. The club played its first season at Undurba State School under foundation President, Bob Skeehan, with Maureen Skeehan the Registrar/Treasurer and Lyn McKenzie Secretary. There was one U8 team and one U10 team. The following season 1985/86 was played at Narangba State School with seven registered teams.

The club's first diamonds where developed at Williamina Court, Narangba in 1986/87 from land donated by the Duncombe family, in co-operation with the Narangba Sporting Association. In 1992-93 the club changed its name to Narangba Demons Junior Baseball Club Inc and moved into its first club house, which was the donated Old Narangba Hall. The Official opening was held on 25 June 1994. In the 1994/95 season the club changed its name to the current, Narangba Demons Baseball Club Inc. Season 1995/96 saw the introduction of two Senior Men’s teams.

The club grew and moved to new fields at the Harris Avenue Sporting Complex in 2001, and entered into the Majors competition in season 2002/03. The first game held under lights at Harris Ave was on 1 November 2002. The club continued to grow with the addition of grandstands on the main diamond in 2003, and batting cages in 2005. Membership in 2007/08 was 126 with eight Junior teams and four Senior teams.[1]

Notable players[edit]

The club currently has the only Swedish baseball import in the Greater Brisbane League, Henrik Johannson. The club also is home to Rory Rhodes, part of the Queensland Academy of Sport and the AAA Australia national team as well as being signed to the Minnesota Twins organisation.[2][3]

The club has Queensland State Women's representatives Samantha Childs and Annmarie McLaughlin who competently play in senior teams alongside the men, with Annmarie being one of the first women to play Major A Greater Brisbane League.[4][5]

Bryce Collins was selected in the Australian Aroos Little League Team and competed in the Cal Ripken World Series in Aberdeen MD in August 2009. Bryce and team mate Josh Fritsch were selected in Australian AA Team that competed in the 2011 World Series in Mexico.


  1. ^ Demons History
  2. ^ Rory Rhodes QAS Profile
  3. ^ Grimaux, A. (12 August 2008.) Rhodes to big time. Caboolture Shire Herald
  4. ^ Grimaux, A. (15 December 2008.) Girls step up to the plate Caboolture Shire Herald
  5. ^ Grimaux, A. (16 October 2008.) Annemarie holds no fear Caboolture Shire Herald

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