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Noosa softballers took to the fields on Saturday morning under black skies but fortunately the rain held off long enough for all junior matches, from Little League to Under 17s, to be played.
Little Leaguers had a morning of fun, learning new softball skills and basics of the game, preparing them to join the Under 13s in the future.
Slammers Under 13s had their second win in a row, defeating Dodgers 11-0. Cam and Xander both took good catches.
The Under 15s had a close game, with Dodgers just beating Redsox 8-7. Finley’s home run was one of the highlights of this exciting game.
As the rain set in late in the morning, softball became ’slide ball’ for the Under 17s, with fast and accurate fielding from both sides forcing runners to slide to safety on the base plates, enabled by the wet conditions.
Strong batting from many of the Under 17 players kept fielders, especially the outfield on their toes and they were up to the challenge. Riki pulled off a great double-play, sending two runners back to the bench in one go. He also bagged three catches throughout the game including one which stopped a certain home run from Dylan. Jed took four catches and hit one of the several home runs on the day.
Samantha and Finlay combined for a great trap-play which left Ethan stranded between third base and home, and headed back to the dug-out.
The rain unfortunately persisted and the afternoon Seniors’ games were called off. For more information email noosasoftball@gmail.com

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