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Still no rest for the wicked. Friday evening we were at Bennett Field again, for the fourth time this season, so far. The team managed to get over the line against West Torrens and claim a win. It was a rare occasion as it was one of the few times that we had Nick Talbot available. Unfortunately no details as I had Cardinals Little Baseball duties. On Sunday we were back on home soil against Sturt. It became a slug fest for the team giving the boys some much needed batting practice cleaning up Sturt in seven innings of mercy time.
Sturt scored 1 in the first, 3 in the fourth when a pitching change saw them score 2 in the fifth and 1 in the sixth. The Cardinals belted the ball around for 19 safe hits and picked up a heap of walks on their way to the win. We scored 6 in the first from 4 consecutive safe hits, including a 3-run home run by Leigh Chenoweth, a walk, another safe hit, a sacrifice fly and an error.
Four more in the second with another home run by Leigh Chenoweth. Two more in the third. This time from another home run by Leigh Chenoweth, followed by a home run by our catcher in Brian Erie.
Then the flood gates opened and we scored 10 runs. Sturt just could not contain the onslaught, making pitcher changes to try and stem the tide. We scored the final run in the sixth, giving us the grand total of Our hitters were Leigh Chenoweth, 5 at bats for 5 safe hits including 3 consecutive home runs. Just an amazing performance and back to his best. Brian Erie also had a great day with 6 at bats for 5 safe hits including a home run. Adrian Chenoweth came back into form with 3 safe hits.
Just an all-round awesome display of batting. Leigh and Brian batted in 10 runs between them, with Will Frogley batting in 3. Josh Golotta provided the fielding highlights with a couple of great plays from shortstop confirming the reason as to why he was recruited from Golden Grove. Tim Brown started on the hill and in 4 innings gave up 6 hits, struck-out 2, walked 1 for 4 runs in 54 pitches. Fraser Thomson came in for 2 innings for 2 hits, 1 strike-out, 1 walk for three runs.
Nick Carfora finished the game for 1 innings, 1 hit, no strike-outs, 0 walks, 0 runs. Two players in Blakye McMillan and Matthew Parslow made their Division 1 debut during the game, an ideal time to come in without any undue pressure.
They will receive their number badge in due course being the and th players to play Division 1 for the Cardinals. The Division 2 had an amazing game against Sturt on Sunday. Not only did they score an win, all attention was on Tom Fitzgerald throughout the game as he moved towards a rare feat in baseball — pitching a perfect game. In seven innings Tom threw 86 pitches to 21 batters for 4 strike-outs, 0 walks, 0 runs.
Tom is improving with every outing and works hard at becoming the best. This was a just reward for his hard work and dedication. The young Division 3 on Saturday fought out a great battle with Sturt winning Being down after the first they battered their way to get in front with a substantial lead, Sturt came back and tried to close the gap. Will Critchley pitched well for his four innings and was backed up by Derek Lo. Tom Rundle Mt Gambier , up for State training, caught and showed his class with the bat also, gaining 2 safe hits.
The Under 17 on Sunday were just too strong for Adelaide collecting 16 runs to 1 in five innings. The game was a little dull in that Adelaide just could not find a pitcher who threw strikes — too many walks. However, our boys batted with discipline and took the walks when presented. Ben White was subbed into the game, came to bat, first pitch, bang, one home run.
Ben now has bragging rights over brother Tom for the week. Our other divisions had mixed results with the Under 11, coached by David Gibbs, having having a good season to date with a good win over Norths and are sitting on top of the premiership table having lost only one game.
From a confidence boosting win against Sturt the Division 1 were brought back to reality last night against Port Adelaide. Port got away to a fast start scoring four in the first then with three three-run home runs in the third, fourth and sixth they put the game beyond doubt. However, we did try and make up the leeway with two in the first and a grand slam home run, by none other than Leigh Chenoweth, in the second to give us the only lead for the game.
A further run in the third gave us our seventh run. Both sides had 10 safe hits apiece, but theirs were more damaging. A highlight on the night was a magnificent pick-up by Josh Golotta, going to his back-hand side, fielding the ball close to the foul line, turning and with one bounce throwing the runner out at first — a sensational play. However, due to the predicted weather being 40 degrees then only the Division 1 will play a restricted game of 7 innings or minutes with an Keep the fingers crossed that it will not get to 40 degrees.
Father Christmas will be coming to the Cardinals Little Baseball on Friday evening, handing out goodies to all the players. Your email address will not be published. Cheers for now, Arthur Mac. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.