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v Glenelg at Don Klaebe Field 13.11.21

WON 7-5

Ah, the Bays. Nearly always hard to beat at the best of times, and when they get their noses in front, even harder. That is what makes this win sweeter, because we let them get in front, then caught them up, then fell behind again, and finished up with a top victory. After two it was a couple each and after four we were down 2-4, with Joel's two run homer being our saviour. Joel did five, relieved by Troy, and we scored through Troy, Cezar and Rackers with Joel chipping in with a RBI, then the seventh gave us the advantage after Abbey, Callum and Troy combined for two, and we thought we were almost home after Rackers put one over for two more. He turned his home run into just an RBI because he apparently failed to touch first base on his way on his victory lap. Still, no great damage, as Troy shut them out for the final few innings. Hits : Troy Nicholson, Cezar Perez 2, Callum Park, Luke Rackebrandt, Daniel Chapman, Joel Chapman (HR), Nathan Nicholson, Craig Abbott 1.


v Glenelg at Don Klaebe Field 13.11.21

Lost 2-5

New Daddy Tyson pitched 4.1 fine innings and left the game at 2-3, our two runs being the result of a nice triple by Ethan. Unfortunately that was all we scored, and the Bays got a couple in their last which we failed to match. Hits: Breandan Taheny, Mitch Fienemann, Chris Sims, Craig Abbott, Brayden Marchioro, Ethan Marchioro 1.


v Glenelg at Don Klaebe Field 13.11.21

WON 8-4

Pretty comprehensive win this one, with us getting eight on the board after three before letting them score a few late. Joe was in command on the mound, and we kicked off a five run second inning with Harry belting a double, and scoring on a Doggy hit, then a few more runs came home compliments of a couple of wayward pitches. Joe did 4.2, and Doggy mopped up the rest. Hits: Kosuke Ikeda, Jimmy Chu, Shane Brown, Josh Mignone, Harrison Kiss 1.


Didn't have their finest day losing to Glenelg 4-17 at the Bay with Aldo McCormack 1, Casey Moore 1, and Messrs Pedder 1 and Wallace 2 being the hitters.


Were a bit stiff and lost narrowly 8-9, also to Glenelg. Plenty of hits recorded, Cam got three, as did Nick McCormack, and Sully, Flash, Behr and Tyson Jarvis each got two.


WON 13-4

Looked to be drinking their own bathwater at the start in a very lackluster display giving up three easy runs, before clicking into gear and running away with the game in emphatic fashion. Brad was zinging them down, before he gave way for Azza, and Chem was proving to be a brick wall behind the plate. Looking good boys! Hits : Derek Milne, Laurie Sinclair, Greg Oxenham 2, Aaron Petros, Brad Atkinson, Justin Randall (nice double), Shane Lodge 1.


Played the previously winless East Torrens at home in unfortunate circumstances, due to the fact that Darna, Meggsie and Carly were all unavailable - Darna and Meggsie because of their nuptials, and Carly due to a bad injury. So, pitching, backup and hitting power were all missing, and the girls thrown into the fray at the deep end did their darndest and it is a credit to them that we got within three runs in the finish. Fantastic effort girls, and don't forget it's a long season, and we sure as hell will be there at the sharp end. Thanks to Lisa and Kerryn for pitching in. Result 9-12 down. Hits: Leah Turner, Sarah McMahon, Alyssa Lasscock, Sammy Berry and Lisa Hage 1. Alyssa carried the pitching load most of the day, and Kensi's thunderbolts finished it off.


We had a lean day with all but one of our junior teams losing. The winning team was the under 11's, who traveled to the Southern Hawks' ground and came home 5-3 winners, but that was all the good news, with the U15's losing heavily, and both Little League (U13) teams on the losing end. The amazing Peewees had fun.

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