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ROUND FIVE

Pretty awful weekend for our senior teams with the one win coming via the Div Seven boys, who clocked up their first win for the season.  Div One lost both games of their double header to Northern Districts and the Div Two boys went down as well.  Div Four lost as did Div Six.  In the juniors, U17's had a narrow loss and U13 had a lean day, but the best news of the weekend was the DIV SEVEN and U9's, who flew the flag for the Senators.  The Women's team also could not get over the line.


DIVISION ONE at Home v Northern Districts 

Game One - Lost 1-2     


Rhett Feser pitched really well for the team and went the whole game, but the batters didn't get their act together until late in proceedings when Troy and Tom strung a couple of hits together for our only score.  Hits : Rhys Owen 2, Ethan Marchioro, Gary Owens, Troy Nicholson, Tom Dineen, Nathan Nicholson 1.


Game Two - Lost 6-8


Game went right down to the wire, with Gary hurling them down in fine fashion and the batters getting in some fine hits.  Gary's in the park Home Run was a standout,and Ethan's fine hitting also contributed.  We got in front mid-game, but let the Reds off the hook when Gary had to go back to centre field for a rest.  Hits : Ethan Marchioro 3, Gary Owens 2, Todd Dunstall, Troy Nicholson, Rhys Owen, Tom Dineen 1.


DIVISION TWO at Home v Northern Districts     

Lost 8-9


What a frustrating game - both to watch and to play. We batted through the line-up in the first to score four, but the opposition came alive with five in the third.  Our boys just could not pick up the pace of their pitcher, and it was run for run until the last, when we fell agonisingly short.  Vic, Ethan and Rhys shared the pitching.


DIV FOUR had a dog of a day, scoring one run to plenty.


DIV SIX came up against a strong Sturt side and lost 7-14.  A pretty good standard of baseball was on display, and it was no disgrace to go down.  Scotty Currie and Behr took on the pitching duties and the hits were : Behrendt 4, Couzner, Reval 2, McCormack, Britcher, Geyer, Watson, Stradling, Currie 1.


DIV SEVEN 

Won 7-6     


Terrific game and great outcome.  First win for the season, on the back of a fine performance by the pitcher Casey Moore, who went the distance and threw only one walk all day.  Derek Moore set the tone in the outfield by taking a blinder, and got into the act by getting a hit, along with Craig Reval, Craig Mortimore, Keith Mortimore (and a steal), Mike Chemny, Nick McCormack and James Stradling one each.


WOMEN'S League at Home to Glenelg     

Lost 0-12


The Bays came to play and knocked in the maximum five in the first while we were fumbling around, putting down four chances.  We picked up after that but had trouble getting girls around the bases.  Hits : Carly Moore, Louise Bartle and Million Baheta 1, whilst Darna Veen and Louise Bartle pitched.


UNDER 17's

Spent the day at University with only eight players and unfortunately went down 9-11, trying hard all day.  Johnny Von Senden pitched, and Harrison Kiss had a good day with the bat, notching up three hits, Cody Tape had two, and Johnny Van Senden, Aldo McCormack and Bailey Gibbs had one each.


UNDER 13's had a battle on their hands with the Reds having a fine hurler, and had to wait for him to have a rest before launching into the game.  The lost 18-6, but they hit well, With Toby Kortekaas, Ben Bynoe and Vincent Zollo each having three, and Kolya Schmaker, Katya Schmaker and Jacob Atkinson one apiece.


And now to the mighty UNDER 11's, who had a draw against Golden Grove 7-7.  They were looking at their second win in a row, and very nearly got there.  On the mound was Oliver who struck three out and one unassisted out, Matthew also got three outs and Noah got two.  The stars with the bats were Matthew, Remi, Oliver, Jacob, Chase and Archie.


PEEWEES had a fun game and finished in front of Glenelg 27-20.  All eight players got hits  -  Tucker, Kylah, Lily, Poppy, Sienna, Ella, James and Royce.

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