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Had a bye and dodged having to make the trek out to Gawler.


Away     v     Gawler     22.10.22     

WON 15-11

The final scoreline flattered the home team somewhat, as we jumped them and held the ascendancy all game, only to lapse in concentration in the latter stages, but still record a victory to remain unbeaten thus far this season.  Muggsy paved the way with a three RBI double, and a DChap two run homer along with brother Andrew's hit notched up six early runs.  Gawler threatened but we took the momentum again after a Rhys RBI, and we plated a further six in the seventh on the back of yet anther Muggsy double followed by similar from Finners.  All the boys were contributing at this stage, and Joe Chapman sat down after a fine six digs, and then the Ranger guys broke out their bats and it was left to Finners to put their lights out.  Good result in the end with the hitters being  :  Todd Dunstall, Daniel Chapman, Mitch Fienemann, Andrew Chapman 3, Ryan Muggleton 2, Rhys Owen, Nathan Nicholson, Jose Rameriz 1.


Away     v     Gawler     22.10.22     

WON 12-3

After a good confident start, the home team came back at us and equalled after two, but we managed to pull away again with hits to Amara and Joey forcing errors. Joey Papps was on the mound looking the goods and was relieved by the evergreen Nat Nicholson, who kept them to a minimum.  A Toby Kortekaas double started the ball rolling in the last inning and we went away with the game.  Hits  :  Joe Papps, David Lodge, Toby Kortekaas, Nathan Nicholson 1.


Played Glenelg at Don Klaebe Field and went down 5-17 with Brad Atkinson and Eddie Ansell each having one hit.


Also played at home against last years premiers and had a very meritorious win 9-5 on the back of a solid effort on the mound by Sully, who was so exhausted by his four digs that he fell over in the batters box.  Casey finished off for him, and the whole team's performance was terrific.  Hits  :  Casey Moore, Fitzy 2, Hulk, Watto, Sully, Nicko, Flash 1.


Away     v     Gawler     22.10.22     

Lost 10-11

Really looked like carrying on from last week's fine win, by streaking to a 10-2 lead after three,  which could have been more but for a momentous base running kerfuffle at one stage.  Cue the Benny Hill music!  What a hoot - had everyone in stitches,  But we tired toward the end.  Hits  :  Aaron Petros, Mike Chemny 2, Derek Milne, David Brooks 1.


Away v East Torrens 23.10.22   

WON 15-2

First of all, well done to the ET boys and girls for getting the diamond up and running on time after the overnight rain.  We certainly relished the conditions and had a great first dig notching up four runs after Carly hit a single, Meggsie hit a RBI double and was followed by SMack, Alyssa and Darna all getting in on the act.  In the next two there was plenty of good  hitting with doubles to SMack and Carly being the highlights.  Darna was unhittable at this stage almost, and we found ourselves being gifted a few unearned runs as the game proceeded.  Much better than the previous week   Hits  :  Carly Moore 3, Skye Tasiopolous 2, Sarah McMahon, Christie Ikeda 1.


U15 - Very good win against GGCD 28-1.  At Don Klaebe Field.  Todd Van Steensel joined the coaching staff which gave the guys and gals a huge lift, with his hi-fiving of  each of them as they came off the diamond.

U14 - Started confidently at the Port, leading 4-0 until game abandoned.

U13(1) Played really well at Don Klaebe Field defeating Port 11-2 with Remy Brooks and Chase Wallis holding the opposition bats at bay.  Hits  :  Max Schenk, Benji Hayes, Hugo Marshall, Anton Kumar 2, Riley Sinclair 1.

U13(2)  No play.

Minors  No play

U10  Lost to Goodwood 2-3


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