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ROUND TWO

DIVISION ONE  vs Adelaide at Don Klaebe Field 20.10.19   

Lost 1-11


Seven errors that lead to nine unearned runs is not going to help you win a game of baseball against a side that showed us how to hit the ball.  It was a completely different game from our boys in comparison to the previous week, when they showed confidence and good form.  The Angels got a couple on the board in the first and we got one back in the second after a strong hit down the third base line got Jimmy Chu a stand-up double, and Nathan Nicholson got him home.  But the game was lost in the fourth innings when their bats fired up for six runs and our defence was not up to the task.  Poor old Rhett couldn't stem the flow, and first Troy and then Nathan tried, but to no avail.  Well, let's hope we have got this bad one out of the system.  Hits :  Todd Dunstall 2, Troy Nicholson, Jackson Sowton, James Chu, Nathan Nicholson 1.


DIVISION TWO vs Adelaide at Don Klaebe Field 20.10.19   

WON 6-2


The game began quietly, with Rhys looking the goods on the mound, putting them away virtually in order.  He continued in this fashion for six digs in a match winning performance, also belting a double to score two in the sixth, but had some mates that contributed in no small order, an example being Jarrod Marsland's delightful bunt in the fifth, when he bamboozled the fielder long enough for Will to reach third and get home on Ryan's sac-fly.  A three run seventh innings knocked the stuffing out of Adelaide, with Ash Miller and Todd all contributing and Will making a fancy play at short stop look easy.  Rhys got the stitch and let Ethan close it out for a very good win.  Hits:  Brayden Marchioro 4, Rhys Owen, Jarrod Marsland, Ryan Marsland, Peter Drover 1. 


DIVISION FOUR 

Drew the raw prawn and had to travel all the way down South for game one of the season, and came away without the bickies, going down 0-17. David Lodge recorded the only hit.


DIVISION SIX 

Great start to the season, with a handful of Div Six rookies and hardened campaigners combining to form what should be a formidable side for last year's Div Seven premiers.  Sully kept them on their toes and we got six in the first, and the runs just kept coming and coming and coming.  Jobu's hit scored two, so his reward was to sit out the rest of the day.  The win finished up 23-4 and the hits were Couzner, Geyer 4, McCormack, Britcher, Sullivan, Teakle 3, Reval, Behrendt, Fawcett, Mortimore 1.


DIVISION SEVEN   

Good game for spectators, as it changed hands a few times and kept everyone on their toes.  Casey showed promise on the mound, and the boys hit well at times.  We let Port get in front by eight, then we pegged them back and hit the front with one innings to go but couldn't get those last three outs and wen down 11-16.  Get 'em next time.  Hits  : Derek Milne 2, Nick McCormack, Casey Moore, Shane Lodge, Craig Mortimore, Tony Brownhill, Noel Watson 1.


UNDER 17   

Another truly entertaining encounter with the boys giving up three runs in the first, then gutsing it out in real Woodville fashion to claim a draw 5-5.  Owen Williams and Harrison Kiss pitched well and hits were Harrison Kiss, Blake O'Brien 2, Owen Williams 1.


UNDER 13   

Went out to East Torrens and came home narrow losers.  A win is just around the corner.


UNDER 11   

Doggies little team of champions played a terrific game against the Hawks and lost narrowly 6-7 in what was a delight to watch. Lots of  endeavour, lots of laughs, lots of fumbles, lots of smiles, lots of runs, lots of fun.  Alice and Oliver managed hits, and Matthew struck one out, Archie and Chase two each, and Oliver struck out three.                 


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