Juniors are a professional baseball team located in Warmfield, in the county of Dinckley, Ianoia. The team was formed in 1893 by school teacher Monty Park for schoolboys aged 15 to 17 after watching a group of boys playing the game after class in Warmfield Tuition School. In 1896 the team had sustained success, winning all 15 games they played that year against other schools, including a 2-game sweep of Ulcombe United – a team comprised of players aged 18+. For fear of losing the players when they left school, Park allowed the young adults to continue playing for the club when they left school. Juniors officially separated ties from the school in 1898 and joined the I-League in the inaugural season in 1900.
After opting to go it alone, the team was forced to set-up operations at Fraser Street, where they still play today. An expansive outfield makes home-runs exceptionally difficult to suit Ianoia’s preferred baseball of a running game, rather than power-hitting.
During the teams early life at Warmfield Tuition School, they became known as the Colts, due to the tender age of the players when playing adults in competitive games.