East Hills Baseball Club History

East Hills Baseball Club was formally established in 1965 and was the first baseball club in the Bankstown District and originally known as East Hills Little League of Baseball.  Our founding members were Norm Perry (dec) and Don Sohier (dec) and for many years EHBC played at Marco Reserve before moving to Kelso Park North in 1991. Prior to training at Marco Avenue fields, EHBC used the ground that is now Killara Football fields and sometimes used the area now known as Norm Perry's Field of Dreams in Bransgrove Road. East Hills currently play at Kelso North Baseball Complex,a fantastic facility which has 3 fully enclosed diamonds, batting tunnel, clubhouse and parking.

Representative, State, National and International Players

From our club we have produced many Cronulla, Bankstown, NSW, Claxton Shield and Australian Representatives with several players having played in various Leagues in United States including Jarryd Sullivan, Jake Webster and Chris Jolly. The famous Waugh twins (cricket) also played baseball with East Hills before they moved to cricket.

For a more comprensive list of our State and National players, please click here.


Our coaches are all accredited to Australian Baseball Federation Level A and Level B standards with a number of our Coaches Level 2 & Level 3.

Many of our coaches started as Juniors with us and now coach for us and at present