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Away v H & G 6.11.21

Lost 6-8

Really took it up to the highly fancied Rams, and importantly quietened some of their more raucous fans in the fourth when Troy put over a bomb followed by a Pup hit, a Rackers double and RBI and a DChap double to tie it up at 3-3. We then hit the front with a Pup homer in the sixth, and some of his critics in the mob had to eat a little humble pie. One of our ex pitchers pitched a perfect game against us last season, so it was pleasing when Nathan got an early hit off him to set the tone for the rest of the game, and he had to sit down after the Pup fence clearer. Joel had contained them admirably, but got into pitch-count difficulties and we let a few runs in towards the latter part of the game, then we were chasing four in the last and only managed two, with Rackers and AChap contributing. Hits: Cesar Perez (HR), Luke Rackebrandt 2, Callum Park, Troy Nicholson (HR), Daniel Chapman, Andrew Chapman, Nathan Nicholson, Todd Dunstan 1. A huge improvement over the previous weeks, so we have to keep it going from here. DIVISION TWO

Away v H & G 6.11.21

Lost 2-13 The game was a bit of a stalemate in the early stages with both pitchers having control and Tyson looking good, but we allowed them four in the third and really spat the dummy in the next, giving them eight. Hard to come back from there, and unfortunately catcher Carly had to call it a day with a buggered thumb/wrist, which forced the Skipper to come into the game who looked good taking the fast pitching of Finners. Hits: Ryan Muggleton 2, Rhys Owen, Josh Tols, Richard Olson 1.


Away v H & G 6.11.21

Lost 6-8 Joe was busting his backside on the mound, and after us getting three runs in the first and holding the ascendancy for most of the game, they clawed their way back and got in front of us after four. The weather really threatened, and we managed two runs only in the last before the game was called just in the nick of time as the heavens opened so that the next games were slightly delayed. Hits: David Lodge, Jarrod Marsland, Harrison Kiss, Josh Boden, Shane Brown 1.


Played at home against the Rams and lost 3-15 with Aldo and Flash getting two hits each, and young Morty, Nick and Lee Pedder one each.


Also played home and went down 3-8 to the same outfit. The King went down with a popped knee, and Rev and Flash hit twice, and Behr, Sully and Nick each recorded a hit. DIVISION EIGHT

At last a bit of sunshine on the Saturday gloom. A win 10-8 also against H & G. This team just keeps on giving and are looking the goods with everyone getting into the act and new recruit Lisa joining in nicely. The maximum seven runs in the second said it all with a two RBI double off Greg's bat being the standout, and Brad's and Aaron's pitching to Derek was terrific. Shane at first base deserves a mention - dunno what, but a mention. Hits: Aaron Petros, Brad Atkinson 2, Derek Milne , Laurie Sinclair, Greg Oxenham, David Ding, Shane Lodge 1. WOMAN'S LEAGUE

v Glenelg 7.11.21

Lost 1-8 Real pity about the scoreline, when with one inning to go it was 1-3 with Dana hitting the pitch count limit and because of the aforementioned hand injury to Carly, we were lacking backup. No worries - we'll get em next time. This was a high class game, and it is now one each this season between the two teams. Watching Kensi reach second after a big hit was a highlight, as was the catching of Sarah and Meggsies' outfielding. Good work girls Hits: Sarah McMahon, Leah Turner, Darna Veen, Kensi StGeorge 1.


Played a highly entertaining game at the Bay and went down fighting 8-12 with Toby, Remy, Indy and others having good days. Wish I had got hold of a team sheet to name some others.

LITTLE LEAGUE (1) (U13) Had a bye


Had a draw 10-10 against East Torrens with Alice hitting an in the park home run. Coach Tim kept urging her on - easy for him.

MINOR LEAGUE (U11) Lost to the Angels at home 8-10.

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