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Twilight v Port Adelaide at Don Klaebe Field Tue 12.12.23     

WON 4-3

After Drew kept them scoreless in their first, a familiar pattern emerged in our first at bat when Drew doubled and Cesar brought him home with his single - 1-0.  No score from the Maggies until an unfamiliar loss of control from the middle let them score three in the fourth, before we clawed one back when Wade singled, Joel hit and DChap got hit to load the bases, and the Port boys made a dog's dinner of a defensive play with a plethora of errors to gift us a run.   Quite comical.  The fifth was our finest however, when Drew walked, Cesar hit his second single for the game and they intentionally walked Wade to load em up, and Finners obliged with a smash up the middle to bring two home to hit the front.  AJ took over on the mound and put their lights out to finish the game.  Nice win.  Hits  :  Drew Janssen, Cesar Perez 2, Wade Moore, Mitch Fienemann, Joel Chapman 1.


Away v Nth District Sat 16.1221     

WON 9-5

We started with one in the first when Drew singled and Troy got him around and Wade sent him home, but AJ got into a bit of strife, and with bases loaded against us, he managed to escape and Drew put us two ahead next dig with an RBI.  The Red's bats came out of the closet to put on three to briefly hit the front , but they were not prepared for the 'Nats onslaught when we piled on six after Greg Bravo's significant hit set us up and Wade obliged with a two run homer.  Cesar stepped in for a couple of innings and kept them quiet and Troy had no difficulty closing. A couple of runs came in for both sides, but the day was done and another win was on the board.  Hits  :  Drew Janssen, Wade Moore (HR) 2, Joel Chapman, Daniel Chapman, Greg Bravo 1.  Certainly not a pleasant environment today.


Away v Nth District Sat 16.12.23     

WON 7-2 

Really aggressive start with base running a feature, some good - some bad - but the result being one on the board.  We meandered on to the fifth, when we got going following NN and Finners setting Muggsy up for a two run RBI, a Jose run and heads up running got another over the plate with an Aldo RBI.  Declan sat down after his four fine innings and let Joel  finish with minimum pitches.  Declan can hold his head high after performing so meritoriously in spite of some dubious sledging from personnel from his previous club.  Hits  :  Mitch Fienemann, Ryan Muggleton, Jose Ramirez, Breandon Taheny, Aldo McCormack 2, Nathan Nicholson, Freddy Aguilar, Damien Wall 1.


Had the weekend off due to the fact that the Northerners do not field a team in this grade.


Had a draw


At Don Klaebe Field Sat 16.12.23  v Adelaide     WON 12-9

Highly entertaining - with the guys setting up a buffer zone in the first couple of innings to hopefully get ready to withstand a late revival from the opposition.  But it did not come, and to the contrary, we powered away with a five run dig in the fifth on the back of a Shane Lodge two RBI smash.  Ding took the new ball and Shane N did the rest.  Hits  :  Aaron Petros, Kim Soung 2, Shane Nicholson, Mike Chemny, Tony Tuttle, Shane Lodge, Mike Davey 1.


Away v Adelaide     

Lost 6-15.

An acrimonious contest, with our guys not playing at their best, and leaving it until the last when five runs made the score look a bit respectable. Casey is not the culprit, the blame is squarely on the defence.  Hits  :  Cuz, Nicko, King and Cam 1.



At Don Klaebe Field v Sth District Sun 17.12.23     Lost 8-10

They are not a bad side the Hawks, runners up to us last year in the Grand Final, so it is not the best thing to do to give up the maximum seven runs in the first innings.  Poor Amara was beside herself with this, easily her poorest start from the mound, but to everybody's relief, she got straight back onto the horse and closed them down in the next dig and we went on to score a huge eight runs to three for the rest of the game.  Well done you!. We blitzed the opposition from thereon, with two in the second, and again in the third, three in the next and one in the last when we needed four to win. Darna produced as usual on the mound in the last few, and a huge mention to Indie for her total game.  Hits  :   And this does not do them justice - they were superb.  Carly Moore, Sarah McMahon, Alyssa Lasscock, Ella Forrester, Indie O'Hazy-Zschorn 2, Louise Pelle, Darna Boers-Veen 1. It's good to know you have a team and indeed, a whole Club, behind you Amara.


v Kensington Away

Lost 6-5

We struggled to find numbers right up until game time but managed to find enough! Dakota made a great start on the mound to Alice who was catching (yes, not the usual the combination!!!!) it worked well with Dakota pitching 3 innings for 5 strikeouts and Alice taking a catch and managing to get the double play to first. Leah was strong with the bat with two hits and Gem who took a fantastic catch at centrefield also showed everyone how to get "back" whilst at 2nd........ one that got away..... Looking forward to a break and seeing everyone at training and building our squad back up for a strong finish to the season.

Senior League U17

v Sturt at Woodville

WIN 9-7

Top of the table clash.

Young side competed very well against the top team in Sturt, all players reaching base however they could while the defence held a strong hitting Sturt in check in support of Indie who showed great leadership from the mound. Great end to this first half of the season and we look to carry the momentum forward.

Hits: Oliver Van Dommele 2, Alice Brown 1

Junior League U15

v Adelaide at Adelaide

LOST 6-1

Facing the top and undefeated team they put on 6 runs in the first 3 innings, their pitching was solid with our hitter’s recording 14 strikeouts, only 2 hits from Seb Bravo and RBI ground out to Will Stock, great pitching in relief by Alice Brown keeping them scoreless for remainder of game and recording 8 strikeouts, also good pitching from Seb our starter and Will Stock catching throwing a couple of runners out.

Hits: Sebastian Bravo 2

Little League U13

v Northern Districts at Woodville

DRAW 4-4

Today, the team showed they can mix with the best. The score doesn't show it, but there were plenty of hits and action. They played a fierce game that they should be proud of.

Highlights: Felix had a cracker day out with 12 outs and a hit. Kylah scored two off her lovely double. Hits: Archie Wallis 2, Kylah Ding, Felix Oliver, Ely Plaves and Isaac Dorian 1

Intermediate League U14

v Port Adelaide at Woodville

LOST 16-5

After giving up a 12 run lead, did well to fight back in the late afternoon heat. Remy and Chace toiled hard on the mound, with Chace doing some neat fielding from his own pitching to pick up 4 assists, and Felix tidy at first base.

Hits: Felix Oliver and Luke Fawcett 1

Minor League U11 - BYE

Pee Wee U9

v Angels at Adelaide

Great team effort in some bright sunshine. Lots and lots of runs with some great fielding. We welcomed 3 new Pee Wees from T-Ball - who did a great job playing their first game of baseball. Welcome Sake, Kennedy and Zac.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to our Junior Senators, Parents and Caregivers from the Coaching staff, Junior Directors and WDBC Board.


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