North Coast Ball Club Inc was founded in 1987 as a Tee Ball club based in Yanchep, WA. A growth in numbers saw the club move to its current home at Gumblossom Park, Quinns Rocks. For many years the club operated out of a shelled out caravan and trailer. Construction was completed on our current clubrooms in 2010, consisting of a multipurpose function space, 6 change rooms, first aid/umpire room, store rooms and kiosk.

Tee Ball has been a consistent part of the club since inception. Baseball was played in the early years of the club, however after a period of time without a Baseball program, Baseball was permanantly reintroduced to the club in 2004. 2007 was the first season of a Softball program, followed by Little League Baseball in 2010 and Machine Pitch in 2019. North Coast is one of the few ball clubs to offer all 4 diamond sport disciplines in one club.

North Coast Breakers promotes the four fundamentals of Tee-Ball:

Fun, Fair Play, Fundamental Skills and Family Involvement

Tee-Ball, Machine Pitch, Little League, Baseball and Softball

We believe that many families were pleased to join and support Tee-Ball because we do not have a Club competition shield, but focus, rather on game skills, enjoyment and family involvement aspects within the sport.

Though North Coast is a family orientated Tee-Ball Club, we encourage children to do their best, with this translating into a strong competition and spirit amongst the teams.

Inter-club Competition:

North Coast encourages and promotes all Tee-Ball players to try out for the Tee-Ball State Championships.

North Coast sends as many teams as possible to this State competition; regularly achieving success across all age groups.

Parental Involvement:

There are always new children and new parents to the sport. Never feel like you shouldn't ask or that your offer may not be appreciated. We all started at the same place, and all felt the same.

There are many aspects for parents to become involved in the operations of the Club; either on the Committee or in one of the coaching, umpiring or support roles that are always required to manage your child's sport.

As parents, you are expected to assist in the operations of the Club. The Club does provide support, training and assistance in the manner of coaching and umpiring courses and clinics. These are available throughout the year, with parents obtaining official certification from both North Coast and TBAWA.

North Coast has endeavoured to provide an infrastructure that assists all parents and children, no matter what level of experience.

The Committee are only too willing to answer any queries that you may have.