The team was formed in 1893 as Juniors of Warmfield Tuition by school teacher Monty Park, for schoolboys aged 15 to 17, after watching a group of boys playing baseball after class. Inspired by the potential he saw in these young boys, he decided to form a team and nurture their talent.
In 1895, the team had sustained unprecedented success, winning all 15 games they played that year against other schools. Their triumphs caught the attention of the local media, who nicknamed them “The Colts” due to the tender age of the players. However, their most remarkable achievement came when they faced off against Ulcombe Churches, a formidable team comprised of players aged 18+. Despite the age difference, Juniors displayed incredible teamwork and determination, sweeping the two-game series against the club that went on to become Ulcombe United and cementing their status as an emerging powerhouse.
Recognizing the potential of his players, Monty Park worried that he would lose them once they graduated from school. To keep the team intact, Park made the unprecedented decision to allow the young adults to continue playing for the club even after they left school.
In 1897, Juniors joined the Ianoia Baseball Circuit, a short-lived round-robin tournament that showcased the best teams in the region. The following year they officially separated ties from Warmfield Tuition School, bidding farewell to their alma mater, and rebranded themselves simply as Juniors, going on to dominate the competition and being crowned champions in 1899, with Ulcombe United finishing in as runners-up.
The unprecedented achievements of both Juniors and Ulcombe United caught the attention of the prestigious I-League, the top-tier professional baseball league in the country. Recognizing their exceptional talent, both teams received an invitation to join the league in the following year, an offer they gladly accepted.
Fraser Street became the new home for Juniors after they separated ties with Warmfield Tuition. The stadium features an expansive outfield that poses a challenge for hitting home runs. Its outfield dimensions exceeded the standard measurements seen in other stadiums, making it exceptionally difficult for players to hit the ball over the outfield walls.
The “Catch of the Game” concession stand specializes in serving a mouthwatering delicacy called “Sea Slug Sliders”, that has won multiple culinary awards in the country. These treats feature succulent pieces of freshly caught fish that are expertly seasoned with a blend of herbs and spices, enhancing their natural taste and adding a touch of tanginess, along with a secret sauce that perfectly complements the fish. Each Sea Slug Slider is assembled on a soft, freshly baked bun, with fans having the option to personalize their Sea Slug Sliders with an array of toppings.