12’s take 2nd loss but coaches find a way to bounce back.

U12s get second loss of season. Playing against a tough durbanville team with mainly 2nd year players we did really well to be in the lead by the 3 inning 6-5.

Mention must go out to our hitters for grinding it out against a top pitcher to get the lead after 3 innings. But as junior baseball goes one inning can change the fate of the game. And that’s what happened. One inning 4 runs and time is up. We battled we’ll in the heat to try and fight back.

But it was too late. Well done boys. Enjoy the short break and see you at our annual camp out on Sunday.

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10’s change management but keep on playing.

U10….. Awesome performance by the boys today. Some fundamentals still need to be refined but we will get there. Well done to Leo hitting a 3 run homerun, Zeake for some magical plays in the diamond, Troy with his backhand pick ups at first, Chad for being the wall at 3rd and Ronaldo for nice cover plays in the outfield. One play at a time, one game at a time. Final score VOB 25 Durbanvillr 19.πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»

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Another good day of baseball for the 15’s. DBV 2 – VOB 16

The squad was considerably smaller than previous weeks…with 13 players. The great trek to Durbanville meant a really early start to the day but everybody was in high spirits.

We hit 1st and with some great discipline batting, managed to load the bases with no outs, but somehow only managed to score 1 run This left the coaches a bit worried due to a dismal team performance at training the evening before. This was to be the last of the worries though as the kids found their “groove” with Rio managing a fantastic 1st frame from the mound and keeping Durbanville scoreless. 2nd batting turn was when they remembered how to play “VOB Baseball” & 5 runs were quickly scored. The next 2 frames were pretty much the same with Ghameem showing how the extra hitting with dad has helped by hitting a line drive over the 2nd basemen.

A pitching change with bases loaded & 2 outs, brought the composure we saw from Mikaeel last week, to the mound as helped his team get out the frame with just 1 pitch. 4 changes over 2 frames showed, once again, how hungry these kids are 2 be on the field. Even in their last batting turn and being quite a few runs ahead, they were still disciplined enough not to swing at bad pitches. With this, they managed to score 2 runs while still leaving bases loaded before Jamie, for the 3rd week running, got a hit to rightfield but this time scoring 3 runs.

Our last fielding turn proved to be extremely entertaining. This was finished off by the batter hitting a screamer straight back at Mikaeel on the mound and it clipping his glove to allow Josh November a very smooth barehand pickup to make the final out of the game.

The coaches are extremely proud of these kids as they continue to get better every week and show so much love for the game. The hard work being put in is really showing.

Wishing you all an amazing festive season and looking forward to what 2019 will bring our U15 team on the field.

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