The Robina Braves Baseball Club (RBBC) is a non-profit organisation. We pride ourselves on being a family-oriented club.
The club provides baseball as an incorporated body linked with the Gold Coast Baseball Association (GCBA), Baseball Queensland (BQ) and Baseball Australia (BA).
The GCBA Region includes: Twin City, Mudgeeraba, Robina, Surfers, Nerang, Runaway Bay, Coomera, Beenleigh, Northern Rivers

The Annual General Meeting was held at the Varsity Sportshouse.
The new club committee is:


  • President: Leon Newland
  • Vice President: Scott Dixon
  • Secretary: Jacquie Arlow
  • Treasurer: Narelle Reed
  • Senior VP: Vacant
  • Junior VP: Vacant
  • Registrar: Kath Evans


  • Director of Coaching: Guy McGufficke
  • Grounds Keeper: Scott Dixon
  • Canteen Coordinator: Vacant
  • Marketing/Media: Vacant
  • Projects/Grants: Chris Scott
  • Both juniors and seniors start the Summer season in October with a break over Christmas, and restart late January. Finals usually take place in late March/early April.
  • We play at Surfers Paradise, Robina Braves, Nerang Cardinals, Mudgeeraba Redsox, Runaway Bay Dolphins, Coomera Cubs, Beenleigh Hawks, Northern Rivers or Twin Cities.

Junior Competition – Games are on Saturdays depending on the team you are in:

  • 5-7 years old – Aussie TBall
  • 8-10 years old – Rookieball
  • 10-11 years old – Little League Minor
  • 11-12 years old – Little League Majors
  • 12-13 years old – Intermediate League
  • 13-14 years old – Junior League
  • 14-16 years old – Senior League
  • 16-19 years old – Big League
Senior Competition – Games are on Sunday
In 2022 we entered teams into the Baseball Queensland Masters Tournament at Surfers Paradise
Our team were runners up
Masters Runner Up 2022
Teams are comprised of Adult Men and Women – social and graded
– based on experience and knowledge.
We promote participation and support in every division.
  • Only seniors play in the Winter, however we are in discussions about regarding a winter junior option.
  • The season starts in April and finals are played in September.
  • Teams are usually selected from all available players and divided into grades.
  • The lower grades, 4th & 5th are usually made up of learners, ladies and masters (Over 35) and are usually social comps where participation is promoted.
  • The higher grades 3, 2 and 1 are usually a bit more competitive made up of the younger brigade and more experienced campaigners.

Senior Competition

  • Games are on Saturday
  • This year we played 4 Divisions in the Senior Competition and our
    1 st Division made it to the Grand Finals
  • Teams are comprised of Adult Men and Women – social and graded
    – based on experience and knowledge
  • We promote participation and support in every division