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Away v H & Grange  Sat 18.03.23  Semi final

Lost 3-6

Great day, great atmosphere, great crowd - disappointing result.  Our fantastic family orientated following were out in force from all aspects of the Club, namely juniors and their parents, our Woman's team and lots of guys and gals from the lower grades and it was a pleasure to see.  We certainly know how to pull a crowd. We scored in the third when TJ's great running got him home from Todd's hit after surviving a scare in the second when the Rams loaded the bases and failed to score due to our defence being super mean.  Tyson relieved Joe in the fourth because good hitting got the home side in front, but the ever reliable Special K doubled to enable Muggsy to get home.  Chances, chances, chances - in the seventh TJ, Muggsy and Kuhna all hit to sit on bases and they intentionally walked Finners, but only one run resulted.  That was all, as we couldn't put another run up, but it was a gutsy effort appreciated by the big mob who turned up in numbers, and whilst a little crestfallen, realised it was a terrific effort coming from sixth.  Hits  :  Todd Dunstall 3, Nick Kuhn, Tyson Jarvis 2, Ryan Muggleton, Daniel Chapman, Mitch Fienemann 1


At Don Klaebe Field v H & Grange Sun 19.03.23 WON 14-0

To the Grand Final at home next week as a result of this comprehensive win in which all contributed, and once again,was played in front of an appreciative crowd of followers.  We are certainly lucky that our family get behind all of our players in whatever grades they play, and after the U13-1 team had their success against Adelaide, the crowd swelled yet again.  Haysey and Alice (birthday girl) were unhittable from the mound, the fielding and catching was immaculate.  Hits  :  Oliver Hayes, Matthew Nanasi 3, Alice Brown, Jack Robson, Noah Atkinson 2, Oliver VanDommele, Will Stock, Diesel Fallon, Indie O'Hazy Zschorn, Dakota Ding 1.


Away v Adelaide Sun 19.03.23     

WON 7-5

Total team effort against the top finishing Angels, knocking them out of the finals and setting us up for the big dance.  Great catches contributed enormously, as did the pitching efforts of starter Chace Wallis (four strikeouts), Remy (1), Felix (1), and closer Archie (2) who had to endure the strain of getting the last outs.  Did it in style.  Hits  :  Remy 2, Chace, Benji (double), Archie, Luke, Hugo, Felix (double) 1.Three Grand Finals appearances next weekend - a top effort by all at the Club   -   


Ladies Division One - U15 - U13-1.

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