Turvey Park Red proved too strong for Turvey Park Yellow in their inter club battle of the under 13’s junior softball competition at French Fields on Saturday.
In the final round before the Christmas break, Turvey Park Red ensured they maintained the team to beat with a 18–7 win over Turvey Park Yellows.
Led by the powerful pitcher catcher combination of Makaylee Little and Charli Hall, Turvey Park Red remain hot favourites to win the competition.
In other under 13’s action, Saints Dragons were convincing winners over South Wagga 12-2.
Turvey Park Red remain hot favourites to win the competition
The Saints were well served by Bella Hofert, Jessica Wild and Hayley Hands, while Pam Calder slammed a massive grand slam home run.
Hayley Smith and Viera Brown were amongst the Warriors best players.
Finally Saints Knights had to work hard to overcome a determined Lake Albert team.
Heading into the second innings locked at 7-all it was the Saints finishing the stronger of the two teams eventually winning 14-9.
In the under 11’s, Saints Dragons remain undefeated with a commanding 36-3 win of Lake Albert.
Turvey Park remain in the top four with a solid 10-run win over South Wagga 33-23, while Blu-Js 21 were too good for Saints Knights 16.
The under 9s were again put through their paces by their respective coaches.
The under 9s Stars this week were Eva Robinson and Eliza William from South Wagga Gold, and Noahh Forbes and Emily Knight had good games for Lake Albert Starfish.
Meantime in representative news, head coach of the under 13’s female team, Mr Robert “Jock “ Currie has announced the girls will train at 10am this Monday December 21 at French Fields.
Three Wagga Wagga Softball Association (WWSA) teams will be training over the break in preparation for the ACT Australia Day softball tournament in January 2016
Wagga Junior Softball has a mid-season break over the Christmas period. Play will resume on Saturday February 6, 2016. Please check the WWSA web site for all the correct draw details.
Merry, safe and holy Christmas to all supporters of junior sport.
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