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Updated: Feb 21


Away v Adelaide - Twilight Tue 13.02.24     

WON 3-1

Second game in four days against the Angels, and coming off a win, we went into the contest with a fair amount of confidence.  They got their solitary run in the first with a contested play at the plate, and it was not until the fifth that we started to string together a few hits.  Greg Bravo - just off the plane from LA that morning - got us going score wise when his hit put us on the board, and Wade's hit up the middle got Nathan home for our second.  Incidentally, Nathan's outfield catch was a beauty - and critical.  Drew was giving them nothing, and went the distance, snuffing them out towards the finish in a real positive performance.  Freddy came into the game in the last after replacing Wade, and knocked in an RBI to give us a bonus run.  Hits  :  Wade Moore, Joel Chapman 2, Drew Janssen, Breandan Taheny, Nathan Nicholson, Freddy Aguila 1.  Excellent result, which leaves us sitting on third to date.


Away v Port Adelaide Sat 17.02.24     

WON 13-3

Both pitchers on top for the best part of the first half of the game until Joel doubled and Kuhna got him home, but they managed to tie it up in  the next.  Then Wade singled and Cesar hit a double and both scored on Troy's hit.  We then loaded the bases and got lucky with a walked in run.  At this stage - 5-3 up and the heavens opened up for us with a two run Cesar homer followed two balls later by Drew's solo shot and Greg hit a double to further the scoring - six for the dig.  But wait, there's more, Drew was not finished and put another over in the last to add another two.  AJ had a great day and went six, and allowed Troy to knock them over in the last three and move us up to second on the ladder.  Hits  :  Cesar Perez (HR), Drew Janssen (2HR) 3, Joel Chapman, Breandan Taheny, Greg Bravo 2, Wade Moore, Nick Kuhn, Mitch Fienemann 1.  


Away v Port Adelaide Sat 17.02.24     

Lost 7-8

Just the one inning that absolutely killed us as the Maggies put on six in the second, negating Tyson's efforts - not much help from the defence.  However to our credit, we fought back hard in our usual fashion with a Muggsy bunt, a Manny single and a Heeny single to put on four and tied the game away at seven apiece until they got one to hit the front. Tyson did his darndest, and Finners and Joel stopped the rot at the end.  Hits  :  Joe Papps 2, Jose Ramirez, Freddy Aguilar, Armando Ramirez, Breandan Taheny 1.


Away v Port Adelaide Sat 17.02.24     

Lost 3-6

We started ok, hitting but not scoring - Luke double and Jimmy to the fence, but we lost the plot and let them in for a five run dig, see above.  This time it was Declan that was not being backed up as he should.  But we fought back again and came good with RBI's from Diesal and Dave, but failed to catch them.  Diesel relieved for three innings, allowing only the one run.  Hits  :  Ollie Hayes, Luke Taylor, Harrison Kiss 1.


Away v East Torrens Sat 17.02.24     

Lost 5-7

We gave the ladder leaders a real run for their money with great pitching from Andrew Eime and Doggie, and fine catching in the outfield  by Shaun Wallis.  The stars with the bats were  :  Phil Zschorn 2 (double), Flash (double), Gomez, Doggie, Shaun, Brett Kelly 1.


At home v Adelaide Yellow     

Lost 7-11

We let one of the top sides off the hook by letting them get five in the first and then four in the last, but we kept respect by bagging six in our last at bat.  We left a few too many runners out there, and were not helped by the defensive plays.  Casey was excellent from the mound, and Cuz and the Pope were the batting stars.  Hits  :  Cuz 3, Pope 2, Rev, Nicko, Sully, Fitzy, Dorny 1.


At GGCD     

Lost 7-14

Some real good performances here, especially the Kim boys and young Shane N.  Hits  : Kim Soung 3, Kim Hoony, Shane Nicholson 2, Andy Vuong, Matt Davies 1.



Away v Sturt Sun 18.02.24     

WON 6-2

Top win this, again under adverse circumstances.  Alyssa was taken to hospital by Ambulance late in the game with a knee problem.  Our best wishes go out to her.  The girls pulled out their best against the top team this year in a cracking result. Hits  :  Megan BoersVeen 2, (great to see), Leah Turner, Sarah McMahon, Alyssa Lasscock 1.


At home v H&Grange Fri 16.02.24     

WON 6-5

Great to see a game where all our girls are showing vast improvement. Had to fight hard to get the result, but that's what it is all about at the Senators.  Dakota pitched and had four strikeouts, Indie followed with five, and both pitchers were ably assisted by some super doubleplays.  Hits  :  Di Barry 2, Alice Brown, Kym Wilson, Mel Askin 1.



Lost 12-0.

Toiled hard, with Chris pitching well across the first 2 innings, reaching his pitch limit with us only 1-0 down. A couple of hits in our first innings unfortunately didn’t turn into runs, with runners left on base.

Hits: Laura 1, Kasper 1

Pitching (strikeouts): Chris 4, James 1, Laura 2.

Little League (U13)

Was a roller coaster of events for the team. The team had the game in lockdown during the first three innings with a good lead. Felix controlled Southern Districts's batters while the team built the run difference every at bat. However, the tables turned, and Southern Districts took charge of the 4th and 5th innings, which required the team to rally in the bottom on the 5th to ensure a win instead of a draw. They did so with each other's support, resulting in a 14 to 7 win against the 3rd-ranked team.


Riley 4 hits (2 doubles) 4 runs

Felix 3 hits (1 double, which was inches from a home run) 1 run

Archie 2 hits (1 triple) 2 runs

Myles 2 hits 2 runs

Michael 2 hits 2 runs

Ely 2 runsIsaac 1 run


Felix 4 innings, 12 strikeouts

Kylah 1 innings, 2 strikeouts

Intermediate League (U14)

Enjoyed another Sunday evening of Baseball with the team playing a competitive game against Port Adelaide at Port Adelaide. However, sadly, they lost the game 6 to 2. Both teams kept the opposition batters in check, with only a couple of safe hits being made for the whole game. The game ended with an entertaining demonstration of skills learnt from Friday's lead training.

Junior League (U15) Div 1 

Woodville def Pt Adelaide 6-5

Great tussle, 3rd vs 4th. They started off the scoring with a home run, but we battled hard and got the lead back, eventually leading 4-2 mid way through the game, they then tied it up and then took the lead 5-4 in top 5th, some great team batting in bottom 5th saw us get over the line with a walk off RBI walk to Dakota Ding.  Great effort again from Alice Brown with 8 strikeouts and Seb Bravo steady in relief striking out the last hitter.  Hits were Chace Wallis 1 (double), Will Stock 1, Benji Hayes 1, Remy Brooks 1, Anton Kumar 1.  We have now secured 3rd spot and a home final for week 1.

Senior League (U17)

Won 8-1

A complete team effort with Oliver Van Dommelle getting his first start of the year on the mound and working a couple of great no hit innings, he was ably relieved by Ollie Hayes who slammed the door by keeping the Goodwood bats silent and allowed Tommy J to come in and close the game out. All hit very well with every player reaching base and passing the torch to the next player to allow the team to rack up runs with ease. Benji Hayes reaching base in his two attempts, putting the ball in play hard and then sacrificing the skin of his elbow to reach base with a bit by pitch. A good solid all round team effort against a future finals opponent.



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