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ROUND TWENTY ONE

DIVISION ONE Away vs East Torrens 8.03.20     

WON 6-4

A real nice way to finish off the season with our thirteenth win, a huge improvement on last year.  It was a game dominated by Gary Owens in the batting box and at centre field, and by Rhett Feser on the mound who threw six excellent innings.  Gary's two RBI home run in the third got the momentum going then Jacko got into the act with an RBI and bamboozled the Redsox boys in a run down play while our runner scored.  Bases loaded next dig, and Gary did the right thing with a solid line drive to bring in another two.  Will chipped in with two innings, and Gary closed it out.  No complaints here, we just looked the better team all day.  Hits: Gary Owens(HR) 4, Troy Nicholson 2, Jackson Sowton, Wade Moore 1.

DIVISION TWO Away vs East Torrens  8.03.20     

Lost 1-7 Although the game was lost, there were some really encouraging moments.  Jimmy Chu was superb at centre field, accounting for all three outs in one innings, taking six catches in total, and Jacko had a great day behind the plate throwing out several of their attempted steals.  Harrison Kiss continued to impress with the bat, and Rhys Owen was a tower of strength on the hill.  Those five drawn games throughout the season cost us big time.  Hits: Harrison Kiss 3, Ryan Marsland 2, Jackson Sowton 1.

WOMAN'S LEAGUE Home vs Sth District 7.03.20     

WON 11-2 The visitors scored two in their first which jolted our girls into action, and we really got going with four of our own.  Darna was terrific from the hill, and Tammy proved to be the perfect relief at the death.  As for the batters, ten hits says it all.  We take on Glenelg away in the preliminary final next Friday evening, and it would be terrific if we could have a good turnout to encourage our team.  Hits: Leah Turner 3, Rachel Coutie, Tammy McMillan 2, Carly Moore, Ashleigh George, Alyssa Lasscock 1.

DIVISION SIX   

The team did not play up to their capabilities and lost 4-14 to Henley & Grange.  However, due to other results, we have been given another chance as the highest placed finals loser, and will take on East Torrens next week.  Let's hope we can take advantage of this.  Hits: Flash 2, Cam, Sully and Scotty Geyer 1.  Marso, Sully and Behr shared pitching duties.

UNDER 17

This was just a fantastic contest of nearly four hours, with the lead changing back and forth all day.  Our first two digs saw us leave five out there, which proved costly at the finish.  We were four down coming into the last and we got them with two outs and forced extra innings.  The Indians scored two, which proved to be two too many.  We went down 10-12, but, as with the Div 6's, we live to fight another day as the highest placed loser, and take on Sturt at their ground next week.  Johnny Von Senden pitched a great game, and the hits were: Harrison Kiss, Aldo McCormack 2, Cody Tape, Blake O'Brien, Johnny Von Senden, Owen Williams 1.

UNDER 11

Played their first final and acquitted themselves fantastically, going down 6-10 to Goodwood.  All played well and will be better for the experience.  See you next season guys.

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