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ROUND EIGHTEEN

DIVISION ONE At Don Klaebe Field

Twilight Tue 20.02.23 v Nth Districts

WON 8-0

We didn't power away from the Northeners, but instead just kept our noses in front all evening, due to tight pitching from Cesar and some sensible hitting by all the team.  Eleven hits in the seven inning game speaks for itself.  Cesar went four innings with seven strikeouts, Troy was his usual efficient self for two, and Joel mopped up with three strikeouts to put them to bed in the last.  Finners and Troy both doubled in the third, and Drew hit a two run double in the fifth, and Wade was super consistant all night. We left three runners on base on two occasions, so it's not too much to think we might have had many more on the board.  Hits  :  Wade Moore 3, Troy Nicholson, Joel Chapman 2, Cesar Perez, Drew Janssen, Mitch Fienemann, Nick Kuhn 1.


DVISION ONE At Don Klaebe Field

Sat 24.02.24 v Sturt    

WON 10-7

The Sainters went a million miles an hour in the first and posted three, but we pegged them back with two of our own and kept just the one run behind for the next two digs, but at the end of seven we were in a bit of a spot at 5-7-down.  We had been playing top baseball with AJ going beautifully and double plays were featuring along with some good hitting as exemplified by a great solo home run by Finners, doubles by Heeny and Greg, and Wade being his consistant self with RBI's.  They changed pitchers and last years Capps Medallist came into the game but we handled him pretty well and after Troy got on base and Joel bunted him around and then Heeny smashed one to the outfield to score him and Greg loaded the bases with a single and a couple of walks they changed pitchers again and the coach took the ball.  Cesar's eyes lit up and he hit a huge bomb to score four and it was game over.  Drew had relieved AJ after six and just snuffed them out, as he had done earlier in the season.  Nice win to consolidate second.  Hits  :  Cesar Perez (GSHR) 3, Wade Moore, Greg Bravo 2, Mitch Fienemann (HR), Joe Papps, Breandan Taheny 1.


DIVISION TWO At Don Klaebe Field

Sat 24.02.24 v Sturt    

Lost 0-5

Hits were as rare as hen's teeth and Tyson was well in control through five and came out at 0-1.  Ray relieved him and got himself in a bit of a fix and threw a fair few walks and Finners took over to stem the flow.  Made finals but must play away next week as a result.  Hits  : Joe Papps, Armando Ramirez, Jose Ramirez 1.


DIVISION THREE At Don Klaebe Field

Sat 24.02.24    

WON 5-4

Very quiet game early with Declan giving them nothing, but our bats weren't firing either and it was not until the fifth that we got going and tied the score at 4-4.  Enter Freddy, to hit a biggy and score Elvin to walk it off. Diesel had relieved Tyson in a real good close.  Hits  :  Freddy Aguilar, Luke Taylor, Diesel Fallon 1.  Just missed finals.


DIVISION SIX lost to Kensington


DIVISION SEVEN - Red

Away v H&G

Lost 7-11

Last game for the season for this fun machine.  Couldn't pull off a win but were super competitive, and missed out on finals again.  Hits  :  Aaron Petros, Derek Milne, Justin Randall, Tony Tuttle 2, Kim Soung, Shane Lodge, Matt Davey 1.


DIVISION SEVEN - Blue

at home v Flinders    

WON 10-8

Fun day with positions pulled out of the hat at the start.  Some unusual spots with Pope pitching to Watto but it was all good.  Casey and Behr were solid on the hill, and Cam was the standout with the bat.  Got into trouble early being down 2-8, but seven runs in the fourth got us back on track.  No finals, so some of the other mobs can rest easy.  Hits  :  Cam 3, Morty, Behr 2, Nate, Cuz, Fitzy, Nicko, Watto 1.


WOMEN'S LEAGUE


DIVISION ONE

v Glenelg away Sun 25.02.24     Lost 3-8

A real gutsy, fighting effort from a team decimated by injuries, illness, interstate transfers, personal reasons and work commitments.  The ladies who took the field today should all stand proudly as they flew the Club's colours high.  No Carly, Darna, Meggsie, Ella, Ash, Sarah, Alyssa, Catie (did I miss anyone?).  Hits  :  Jemila Dadd 2, Leah Turner, Louise Pelle 1.


Amara was terrific from the middle.


DIVISION TWO At Don Klaebe Field

Fri 23.02.24 v WTorrens    

Lost 5-13

A bad inning early set us back, but with Di to the rescue, we steadied, fought back and closed to four down, only to see the others go ahead again.


Hits  :  Dakota Ding 2 (along with her three strikeouts), Alice Brown, Leah Turner 1.


JUNIORS


Senior League Under 17s cemented top of the ladder heading into the finals behind an impressive pitching display by Oliver Hayes who held a hot rolling Kensington to 0 runs during his outing. He was ably supported to the strong batting line up of the team, with the whole lineup putting very solid bat on ball all day, special mention to Tommy who not only smashed a double but made a fantastic barehanded play and came on to close out the game in the last innings. The team really showed that they are strong finals contenders who are clean and efficient in the field, making great defensive plays.


Junior League (U15)  Div1

vs Glenelg/West Torrens 10-2 win.

In our final minor round game of the season, with 3rd spot and a home final for week 1 secured we ventured to the bay to play the combined Glenelg/WT team.  The game was pretty tight for first couple of innings with pitching on both sides dominating before we broke it open and eventually ran away with it 10-2.  Again some great pitching from Alice Brown with 8 strikeouts in 4 innings of work & Sebastian Bravo with 2 strikeouts in 1 inning of relief. Some good team hitting.  Hits were: Chace Wallis 2 (double), Seb Bravo 2 (double), Luke Fawcett 2, Will Stock 2, Archie Wallis 1. 


Onto the finals next week possibly vs Pt Adelaide at home.


Intermediate League (U14)

Woodville vs Adelaide 19-4 loss. 

Our last home game for the year against the very strong Adelaide we battled hard but a couple of big hits and big innings helped Adelaide out.  Our pitchers Luke Fawcett & Anton Kumar and catcher Remy Brooks tried hard and a great double play by Eli Plaves off a nice catch at 2nd base and Arlo Cockshell's good efforts in the outfield and a lovely hard hit double to left field being the highlights.  The team will play in finals vs top side GGCD next week in what will be a very tough assignment.  Hits were: Anton Kumar 2, Luke Fawcett 1, Francis Calo 1, Arlo Cockshell 1 (double), Eli Plaves 1.


Little League (U13)

Played Port Adelaide at home to wrap up the last official season's game. They won 15 to 0 and showcased to their supporters and families the vast improvement they had achieved in skills and game knowledge over the season. The team should be proud of a great season and look forward to playing in the finals, which is well deserved.


Batting:

Ely 2 hits (1 double), 2 runs.

Archie 2 hits (1 in field home run), 2 runs

Myles 2 hits, 2 runs

Felix 1 double, 2 runs

Kylah 1 hit, 2 runs

Riley 1 hit

Mochi 1 hit

Bodi 1 run

Poppy 2 runs

Michael 2 runs


Pitching:

Archie 3 innings,  10 batters faced, 38 pitches.

Kylah 1 inning, 3 batters faced, 8 pitches.


U11 Minor League

A season of learning and development drew to a close with a 13-0 loss to Golden Grove, who had a couple of very good pitchers. Chris finished the season with another good display of pitching. He was backed up by James, Alex and then Cooper, who found some rhythm and struck out the side in the 4th innings. Harrison continued to show improvement in his game and was busy at 2B.


Hits: James Lodge 1.


FINALS


Exciting times - Div One and Div Two have made the finals as has Under 17's, Under 15's and Under 13's and the Woman's Div One.


GODANATS!!


 




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