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DIVISION ONE DOUBLE HEADER at Don Klaebe Field 3.11.19

Game One v Port Adelaide   

WON 2-1

Looking for a win against Port, and with Rhett Feser in fine form on the mound, we achieved our aim.  The Maggies scored in the second, but our boys started to get to their pitcher in the sixth after a slow start and brought in two runs to clinch the deal.  Rhett flushed them out 1-2-3 in the final dig for the win.  Nathan Nicholson's catching at first base was a highlight, as was the pitching from both hurlers.  Hits : Tom Dineen 2, Gary Owens, Ethan Marchioro, Troy Nicholson, Nathan Nicholson 1.

Game Two v Port Adelaide     

Lost 2-10

Quickly away, Port slammed on three, and while we put runners on, didn't score.  Troy gave way for his brother on the mound as the Port batters got behind some big ones, and would have had a lot more on the board if it hadn't been for some outstanding double plays - pop-up catch and the put out at first - twice.  As in the first game, we started to hit late and managed to put a couple of runs up, but any comeback was shortlived.  Gary put the brakes on.  Hits :  Gary Owens, Nathan Nicholson, Troy Nicholson, Brayden Marchioro 1.

DIVISION TWO at Don Klaebe Field v Port Adelaide   

WON 16-2

Ten runs in the first dig set the scene, with a three RBI double by Rhys, ditto by Vic and another RBI single and a steal by Rhys all contributing.  But now Rhys had to earn his keep by performing from the middle, which he did in emphatic fashion by going the distance and giving up a miserly two runs.  He had his mates as well, who all helped bring in the result, being errorless all day.  Hits : Rhys Owen 4, Todd Dunstall, Vic Benveltzen, Brayden Marchioro 2, Ryan Marsland (HR), James Chu 1.


Lost to East Torrens 5-28. 

We were never really in the hunt, with the Redsox bats being in control.  Joel and Carly put some hits together and Dave and Azza tried valiantly from the mound, but the other mob were a bit too good.


Came up against a dominant East Torrens team and had their colours lowered by having a hitless game and went down 0-9.  Sully and Behr were brave pitchers, but we came up short for the first time in a long while.


Also got the yips out at Payenham and lost 1-18

WOMEN'S LEAGUE  -  at Don Klaebe Field  v Kensington     

WON 10-2

Kenzi managed one to start proceedings with a run but we responded immediately with four, on the back of good aggressive hitting and base running.  We scored a maximum five in a later innings to really seal it.  Darna pounded Carly's glove all night, which was too much for the Kensi girls, and they were well backed up by the girls in the field.  Hits : Leah Turner, Louise Bartle, Kensi St.George, Million Baheta 1.


Went out to Kensington and came home with a draw 9-9.  Still unbeaten so far this season.  Hits : Cody Tape, Blake O"Brien, Harrison Kiss, Aldo McCormack, Owen Williams, Alex Blake, Bailey Gibbs.  Owen Williams threw.

UNDER 13 Played on the back diamond and were defeated by Goodwood 4-19.


Looking good, with their second successive win for the year, by beating the Sturt side 10-2.  Jacob had two hits, Bodhi hit a double and Matthew got one hit. The pitchers are killing them with Oliver striking out four and Lincoln three. Chase only threw nine pitches in total, but struck out two, with seven going over the plate.  Great work kids!

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