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At Don Klaebe Field 10.12.22     v     H & G     

Lost 2-11

Top of the table clash, and it was not one of our finest games.  The boys appeared flat from the outset, and although Tyson McK was holding them early, the runs came in the fourth and again towards the final innings.  Our bats just simply didn't handle their pitcher, and it was left to Cesar to clear the fence in the last dig for the scoreboard to finally tick over.  Just put it down to "one of those games", as we have proven so far this season that we are a far better team than we showed on this occasion.  Hits  :  Cesar Perez (HR) 3, Drew Janssen, Joel Chapman, Wade Moore 1.


At Don Klaebe Field 10.12.22     v     H & G     WON 3-1

The Rams scored one in the first, and after an almost bench-clearing incident in the second, Rhys and Tom both had rbi's to put three on the board, which proved to be the final score.  Joe Chapman did a sterling job in 6 2/3 innings, and Joe Papps cleaned up.  This was an efficient win, with the defence holding up superbly to limit them to zero in the last six innings.  Hits  :  Ryan Muggleton 2, Rhys Owen 1, Tom Dineen, Breandon Taheny, Tyson Jarvis 1.


At Don Klaebe Field 10.12.22     v     H & G     WON 17-9

A genuine rolled gold one horse race this contest, with Tyson Hancock in control for the first four.  In the second, we exploded with nine runs after Dave L doubled and Jimmy got him home with a two rbi hit, Harry doubled, there were a few walks, and Jimmy popped his head up again with another rbi.  Followed up with three in the next and then four, following Harry's triple, NN's rbi and then double and Carly finished off the hit parade with a double.  They fought back a touch in the last to put up a few consolation runs.  Hits  :  Harrison Kiss, Nathan Nicholson, David Lodge, Carly Moore, Jimmy Chu 2, Rhys Owen, Shane Brown 1.

A note at this stage :  Carly Moore caught the Div Three game and had to put the gear on again for the Two's from the second dig, a great effort.


Its getting closer - a win that is.  The guys were desperately close to their first win for the season, only to be pipped 9-10 at the death against West Torrens in a walk-off.  Justin Randall pitched his heart out in relief, and the impressive list of hitters is Brad Atkinson 3, Aldo McCormack, Tim Fawcett, Lawrie Sinclair, Eddie Ansell, Owen Williams, Justin Randall 2, Nick McCormack 1.


Defeated West Torrens 9-2.  Sully (five digs) and Casey mopping up proved too good for the Eagles' bats.  The Magellan and Ivan awards are at an interesting stage, with Dorny putting up his hand as a contender with a diving basket catch, and Nicko firming in favouritism as usual.  Still on top these boys, and planning to stay that way.  Hits  : Casey 4, Sul 3, Hulk 2, Dorny, Flash, JJ, and of course - the super-sub - one Di Barry 1.


At Don Klaebe Field 10.12.22  v GGCD     

Lost 0-9

Ding got them in the first one-two-three and we thought - here we go!  But after that they scored regularly, and, well, we didn't.  This grade is really worth watching - always something happening - some good, some great, some ordinary - but always good fun.  Hits  :  One each to Aaron Petros, David Ding and Kim Hoony.


Away v Sturt 11.12.22     

WON 15-4

First dig went a bit like this - Carly doubled, Darna singled, Ash singled, Smack singled, Amara  singled, Taylor hpb, Meg singled and we were off and running and never looked back.  That amounted to four and three in the next off another Smack double and an Amara two rbi double.  This went on all game, but a real sweetener was Carly's in the park home run after her full day yesterday, and then Meggsie and Ash both smacked doubles and were brought home.  All the while Darna was weaving her magic in five great innings and Amara knocked them over in the last.  Hits  :  Carly Moore (HR), Sarah McMahon 3, Ash George, Amara Quinn, Taylor McKay, Megan BoersVeen 2, Darna BoersVeen 1.


At Don Klaebe Field 9.12.22     

WON 15-8

Christie kicked off and kept them in check early, but the complexion of the game changed when Alice came on and blew them away with precision pitching, notching up six strikeouts, and was ably backed up by Indie.  A strong feature of the game, as well as the strong comradeship, was the batting depth and the hits were as follows  :  Mel, Alice, Kym 2, Dakota, Indie, Christie, Toni F, Kerryn, Jamie 1.



Appeared well on their way to another victory when I had to leave - the score at that time being 20-1.  Final score was 23-2. Definitely keeping that top spot on the ladder. Hits Ollie Hayes 4 (including a HR), Alice 3, Fallon 2, Ding 2, Nanasi 2, Atkinson 1, Wallis 1, Stock 1


Lost 17-7 to Port.  Will Stock had three hits, Bodhi Forward had two including a double that reached the main home run fence, and Riki Lee Oxenham had one.

U13 (1)

Accounted for East Torrens 11-6 in a come from behind win.  Chase had two hits, and Archie, Benji and Jacob contributed one each.  Anton was the first pitcher with two strike-outs, then Chase had one and Archie knocked them over with three to end the game.

U13 (2)   

Lost 10-15 to GGCD in our best game for the season.  Right in it till the end.  Lily got her first hit for the season, and Roni pitched great at the end.  A feature was Max's 9-3 put-out to Jack. A great take.


Couldn't quite match it with East Torrens on the back diamond. Going down 10-4


Another hard game against Adelaide - Hugo, Francis, James and Chris all had a pitch and did a good job. We just need to be confident with our batting and base running. I think most players will enjoy the break over christmas. 

T-Ball was fun - we welcomed Sake to the team and Samuel Chu back from Taiwan. Lots of fun - especially covering coach Shane in tinsel for christmas

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