Glenthorn clip Falcons’ wings

2017-12-05 06:00

The batting by stalwart Bettina Phillips (2/2) could not prevent Falcons from going down 7-3 to defending champions Glenthorn A’s at City Park on Saturday.

Phillips’s two hits included a home run and a three-bagger.

Kelly Julie’s three-bagger and Celeste Mark’s single accounted for the other hits Falcons took from pitcher Lisa Erasmus.

A’s rushed into an early lead when they scored four runs in their first turn at bat. Amy Minnies battled on the pitching rubber, giving up four free bases and allowing A’s to score four runs, with only a single hit recorded. Cindy Davids (2/2) and Courtney Stevens’s home run accounted for the three hits of A’s.

At the other end of the table, Lavender Hill picked up their first win of the season beating fellow newcomers VOB 9-1. Both teams were promoted from the major league last year but are finding the going tough in the super league. The win for Hill adds to their two draws so far. VOB is struggling with a single point so far.

The CTSA men’s competition saw Hamiltons drop their first points in a 11-11 draw against Westridge Yankees in the early game of the major league double-header on Sunday.

Hamiltons also battled in the second game against Khayelitsha Eagles, eventually winning 5-4.

Yankees beat the struggling Pirates 16-1 in the late game.

ResultsWomen:

Major league:

St Martin’s 4, Tygerberg 8

First league:

Blackheath 17, Tantasport 2

Glenthorn A’s 4, Falcons 20

Crusaders 0, Kenfac Phillies 7

Lavender Hill 16, Battswood 1

Second League:

Westridge Yankees 18, Wynberg Gladiators 2

Devonshire Rovers 7, Titans 0

Panthers 2, Table View Tornados 22

Heideveld Yankees 9, Lansdowne Eagles 7

Third League:

Lavender Hill 2, VOB 4

St Augustine’s 2, Table View Tornados 30

Khayelitsha Eagles 0, Khayelitsha Super Stars 7

Fourth League:

Normies 7, Battswood 16

Khayelitsha Eagles 14, Panthers 5

Heideveld Yankees 9, Falcons 4

Thistles 5, Stealers 5

Men:

Major league:

Khayelitsha Eagles 5, Pirates 8

Khayelitsha Eagles 4, Hamiltons Green 5

Pirates 1, Westridge Yankees 16

First league:

St Martins 0, Tantasport 7

Khayelitsha Super Stars 7, Hamiltons Grey 0

Devonshire Rovers 5, Blackheath 4

Second league:

Titans 4, Falcons 5

Blackheath 10, St Augustines 7

Albertons 4, Excell Dodgers 14

Heideveld Yankees 0, Strandfontein Mets 7

Tantasport 4, Stealers 11

The batting by stalwart Bettina Phillips (2/2) could not prevent Falcons from going down 7-3 to defending champions Glenthorn A’s at City Park on Saturday.

Phillips’s two hits included a home run and a three-bagger.

Kelly Julie’s three-bagger and Celeste Mark’s single accounted for the other hits Falcons took from pitcher Lisa Erasmus.

A’s rushed into an early lead when they scored four runs in their first turn at bat.

Amy Minnies battled on the pitching rubber, giving up four free bases and allowing A’s to score four runs, with only a single hit ­recorded.

Cindy Davids (2/2) and Courtney Stevens’s home run accounted for the three hits of A’s. A

t the other end of the table, Lavender Hill picked up their first win of the season beating fellow newcomers VOB 9-1.

Both teams were promoted from the major league last year but are finding the going tough in the super league.

The win for Hill adds to their two draws so far.

VOB is struggling with a single point so far.

The CTSA men’s competition saw Hamiltons dropped their first points in a 11-11 draw against Westridge Yankees in the early game of the major league double-header on Sunday.

Hamiltons also battled in the second game against Khayelitsha Eagles, eventually winning 5-4.

Yankees beat the struggling Pirates 16-1 in the late game.

ResultsWomen:

Major league:

St Martin’s 4, Tygerberg 8

First league:

Blackheath 17, Tantasport 2

Glenthorn A’s 4, Falcons 20

Crusaders 0, Kenfac Phillies 7

Lavender Hill 16, Battswood 1

Second League:

Westridge Yankees 18, Wynberg Gladiators 2

Devonshire Rovers 7, Titans 0

Panthers 2, Table View Tornados 22

Heideveld Yankees 9, Lansdowne Eagles 7

Third League:

Lavender Hill 2, VOB 4

St Augustine’s 2, Table View Tornados 30

Khayelitsha Eagles 0, Khayelitsha Super Stars 7

Fourth League:

Normies 7, Battswood 16

Khayelitsha Eagles 14, Panthers 5

Heideveld Yankees 9, Falcons 4

Thistles 5, Stealers 5

Men:

Major league:

Khayelitsha Eagles 5, Pirates 8

First league:

St Martins 0, Tantasport 7

Khayelitsha Super Stars 7, Hamiltons Grey 0

Devonshire Rovers 5, Blackheath 4

Second league:

Titans 4, Falcons 5

Blackheath 10, St Augustines 7

Albertons 4, Excell Dodgers 14

Heideveld Yankees 0, Strandfontein Mets 7

Tantasport 4, Stealers 11

The batting by stalwart Bettina Phillips (2/2) could not prevent Falcons from going down 7-3 to defending champions Glenthorn A’s at City Park on Saturday.

Phillips’s two hits included a home run and a three-bagger.

Kelly Julie’s three-bagger and Celeste Mark’s single accounted for the other hits Falcons took from pitcher Lisa Erasmus.

A’s rushed into an early lead when they scored four runs in their first turn at bat. Amy Minnies battled on the pitching rubber, giving up four free bases and allowing A’s to score four runs, with only a single hit recorded.

Cindy Davids (2/2) and Courtney Stevens’s home run accounted for the three hits of A’s. At the other end of the table, Lavender Hill picked up their first win of the season beating fellow newcomers VOB 9-1.

Both teams were promoted from the major league last year but are finding the going tough in the super league. The win for Hill adds to their two draws so far.

VOB is struggling with a single point so far. The CTSA men’s competition saw Hamiltons drop their first points in a 11-11 draw against Westridge Yankees in the early game of the major league double-header on Sunday. Hamiltons also battled in the second game against Khayelitsha Eagles, eventually winning 5-4.

Yankees beat the struggling Pirates 16-1 in the late game.

ResultsWomen:

Major league:

St Martin’s 4, Tygerberg 8

First league:

Blackheath 17, Tantasport 2

Glenthorn A’s 4, Falcons 20

Crusaders 0, Kenfac Phillies 7

Lavender Hill 16, Battswood 1

Second League:

Westridge Yankees 18, Wynberg Gladiators 2

Devonshire Rovers 7, Titans 0

Panthers 2, Table View Tornados 22

Heideveld Yankees 9, Lansdowne Eagles 7

Third League:

Lavender Hill 2, VOB 4

St Augustine’s 2, Table View Tornados 30

Khayelitsha Eagles 0, Khayelitsha Super Stars 7

Fourth League:

Normies 7, Battswood 16

Khayelitsha Eagles 14, Panthers 5

Heideveld Yankees 9, Falcons 4

Thistles 5, Stealers 5

Men:

Major league:

Hamiltons Green 11, Westridge Yankees 11

Khayelitsha Eagles 5, Pirates 8

Khayelitsha Eagles 4, Hamiltons Green 5

Pirates 1, Westridge Yankees 16

First league:

St Martins 0, Tantasport 7

Khayelitsha Super Stars 7, Hamiltons Grey 0

Devonshire Rovers 5, Blackheath 4

Second league:

Titans 4, Falcons 5

Blackheath 10, St Augustines 7

Albertons 4, Excell Dodgers 14

Heideveld Yankees 0, Strandfontein Mets 7

Tantasport 4, Stealers 11

The batting by stalwart Bettina Phillips (2/2) could not prevent Falcons from going down 7-3 to defending champions Glenthorn A’s at City Park on Saturday.

Phillips’s two hits included a home run and a three-bagger.

Kelly Julie’s three-bagger and Celeste Mark’s single accounted for the other hits Falcons took from pitcher Lisa Erasmus.

A’s rushed into an early lead when they scored four runs in their first turn at bat. Amy Minnies battled on the pitching rubber, giving up four free bases and allowing A’s to score four runs, with only a single hit recorded.

Cindy Davids (2/2) and Courtney Stevens’s home run accounted for the three hits of A’s.

At the other end of the table, Lavender Hill picked up their first win of the season beating fellow newcomers VOB 9-1. Both teams were promoted from the major league last year but are finding the going tough in the super league.

The win for Hill adds to their two draws so far. VOB is struggling with a single point so far.

The CTSA men’s competition saw Hamiltons drop their first points in a 11-11 draw against Westridge Yankees in the early game of the major league double-header on Sunday. Hamiltons also battled in the second game against Khayelitsha Eagles, eventually winning 5-4.

Yankees beat the struggling Pirates 16-1 in the late game.

ResultsWomen:

Super league:

Lavender Hill 9, VOB 1

Glenthorn A’s 7, Falcons 3

Major league:

St Martin’s 4, Tygerberg 8

First league:

Blackheath 17, Tantasport 2

Glenthorn A’s 4, Falcons 20

Crusaders 0, Kenfac Phillies 7

Lavender Hill 16, Battswood 1

Second League:

Westridge Yankees 18, Wynberg Gladiators 2

Devonshire Rovers 7, Titans 0

Panthers 2, Table View Tornados 22

Heideveld Yankees 9, Lansdowne Eagles 7

Third League:

Lavender Hill 2, VOB 4

St Augustine’s 2, Table View Tornados 30

Khayelitsha Eagles 0, Khayelitsha Super Stars 7

Fourth League:

Normies 7, Battswood 16

Khayelitsha Eagles 14, Panthers 5

Heideveld Yankees 9, Falcons 4

Thistles 5, Stealers 5

Men:

Major league:

Series 2/1:

Hamiltons Green 11, Westridge Yankees 11

Khayelitsha Eagles 5, Pirates 8

Series 2/2:

Khayelitsha Eagles 4, Hamiltons Green 5

Pirates 1, Westridge Yankees 16

First league:

Series 1/4:

St Martins 0, Tantasport 7

Khayelitsha Super Stars 7, Hamiltons Grey 0

Devonshire Rovers 5, Blackheath 4

Second league:

Series 4:

Titans 4, Falcons 5

Blackheath 10, St Augustines 7

Albertons 4, Excell Dodgers 14

Heideveld Yankees 0, Strandfontein Mets 7

Tantasport 4, Stealers 11

The batting by stalwart Bettina Phillips (2/2) could not prevent Falcons from going down 7-3 to defending champions Glenthorn A’s at City Park on Saturday.

Phillips’s two hits included a home run and a three-bagger.

Kelly Julie’s three-bagger and Celeste Mark’s single accounted for the other hits Falcons took from pitcher Lisa Erasmus.

A’s rushed into an early lead when they scored four runs in their first turn at bat. Amy Minnies battled on the pitching rubber, giving up four free bases and allowing A’s to score four runs, with only a single hit recorded.

Cindy Davids (2/2) and Courtney Stevens’s home run accounted for the three hits of A’s. At the other end of the table, Lavender Hill picked up their first win of the season beating fellow newcomers VOB 9-1.

Both teams were promoted from the major league last year but are finding the going tough in the super league. The win for Hill adds to their two draws so far.

VOB is struggling with a single point so far. The CTSA men’s competition saw Hamiltons drop their first points in a 11-11 draw against Westridge Yankees in the early game of the major league double-header on Sunday. Hamiltons also battled in the second game against Khayelitsha Eagles, eventually winning 5-4.

Yankees beat the struggling Pirates 16-1 in the late game.

ResultsWomen:

Major league:

St Martin’s 4, Tygerberg 8

First league:

Blackheath 17, Tantasport 2

Glenthorn A’s 4, Falcons 20

Crusaders 0, Kenfac Phillies 7

Lavender Hill 16, Battswood 1

Second League:

Westridge Yankees 18, Wynberg Gladiators 2

Devonshire Rovers 7, Titans 0

Panthers 2, Table View Tornados 22

Heideveld Yankees 9, Lansdowne Eagles 7

Third League:

Lavender Hill 2, VOB 4

St Augustine’s 2, Table View Tornados 30

Khayelitsha Eagles 0, Khayelitsha Super Stars 7

Fourth League:

Normies 7, Battswood 16

Khayelitsha Eagles 14, Panthers 5

Heideveld Yankees 9, Falcons 4

Thistles 5, Stealers 5

Men:

Major league:

Hamiltons Green 11, Westridge Yankees 11

Khayelitsha Eagles 5, Pirates 8

Khayelitsha Eagles 4, Hamiltons Green 5

Pirates 1, Westridge Yankees 16

First league:

St Martins 0, Tantasport 7

Khayelitsha Super Stars 7, Hamiltons Grey 0

Devonshire Rovers 5, Blackheath 4

Second league:

Titans 4, Falcons 5

Blackheath 10, St Augustines 7

Albertons 4, Excell Dodgers 14

Heideveld Yankees 0, Strandfontein Mets 7

Tantasport 4, Stealers 11

The batting by stalwart Bettina Phillips (2/2) could not prevent Falcons from going down 7-3 to defending champions Glenthorn A’s at City Park on Saturday.

Phillips’s two hits included a home run and a three-bagger.

Kelly Julie’s three-bagger and Celeste Mark’s single accounted for the other hits Falcons took from pitcher Lisa Erasmus.

A’s rushed into an early lead when they scored four runs in their first turn at bat. Amy Minnies battled on the pitching rubber, giving up four free bases and allowing A’s to score four runs, with only a single hit recorded.

Cindy Davids (2/2) and Courtney Stevens’s home run accounted for the three hits of A’s. At the other end of the table, Lavender Hill picked up their first win of the season beating fellow newcomers VOB 9-1.

Both teams were promoted from the major league last year but are finding the going tough in the super league.

The win for Hill adds to their two draws so far.

VOB is struggling with a single point so far. The CTSA men’s competition saw Hamiltons drop their first points in a 11-11 draw against Westridge Yankees in the early game of the major league double-header on Sunday. Hamiltons also battled in the second game against Khayelitsha Eagles, eventually winning 5-4.

Yankees beat the struggling Pirates 16-1 in the late game.

ResultsWomen:

Major league:

St Martin’s 4, Tygerberg 8

First league:

Blackheath 17, Tantasport 2

Glenthorn A’s 4, Falcons 20

Crusaders 0, Kenfac Phillies 7

Lavender Hill 16, Battswood 1

Second League:

Westridge Yankees 18, Wynberg Gladiators 2

Devonshire Rovers 7, Titans 0

Panthers 2, Table View Tornados 22

Heideveld Yankees 9, Lansdowne Eagles 7

Third League:

Lavender Hill 2, VOB 4

St Augustine’s 2, Table View Tornados 30

Khayelitsha Eagles 0, Khayelitsha Super Stars 7

Fourth League:

Normies 7, Battswood 16

Khayelitsha Eagles 14, Panthers 5

Heideveld Yankees 9, Falcons 4

Thistles 5, Stealers 5

Men:

Major league:

Hamiltons Green 11, Westridge Yankees 11

Khayelitsha Eagles 5, Pirates 8

Khayelitsha Eagles 4, Hamiltons Green 5

Pirates 1, Westridge Yankees 16

First league:

St Martins 0, Tantasport 7

Khayelitsha Super Stars 7, Hamiltons Grey 0

Devonshire Rovers 5, Blackheath 4

Second league:

Titans 4, Falcons 5

Blackheath 10, St Augustines 7

Albertons 4, Excell Dodgers 14

Heideveld Yankees 0, Strandfontein Mets 7

Tantasport 4, Stealers 11

The batting by stalwart Bettina Phillips (2/2) could not prevent Falcons from going down 7-3 to defending champions Glenthorn A’s at City Park on Saturday.

Phillips’s two hits included a home run and a three-bagger.

Kelly Julie’s three-bagger and Celeste Mark’s single accounted for the other hits Falcons took from pitcher Lisa Erasmus.

A’s rushed into an early lead when they scored four runs in their first turn at bat. Amy Minnies battled on the pitching rubber, giving up four free bases and allowing A’s to score four runs, with only a single hit recorded. Cindy Davids (2/2) and Courtney Stevens’s home run accounted for the three hits of A’s.

At the other end of the table, Lavender Hill picked up their first win of the season beating fellow newcomers VOB 9-1. Both teams were promoted from the major league last year but are finding the going tough in the super league.

The win for Hill adds to their two draws so far. VOB is struggling with a single point so far.

The CTSA men’s competition saw Hamiltons drop their first points in a 11-11 draw against Westridge Yankees in the early game of the major league double-header on Sunday.

Hamiltons also battled in the second game against Khayelitsha Eagles, eventually winning 5-4.

Yankees beat the struggling Pirates 16-1 in the late game.

ResultsWomen:

Major league:

St Martin’s 4, Tygerberg 8

First league:

Blackheath 17, Tantasport 2

Glenthorn A’s 4, Falcons 20

Crusaders 0, Kenfac Phillies 7

Lavender Hill 16, Battswood 1

Second League:

Westridge Yankees 18, Wynberg Gladiators 2

Devonshire Rovers 7, Titans 0

Panthers 2, Table View Tornados 22

Heideveld Yankees 9, Lansdowne Eagles 7

Third League:

Lavender Hill 2, VOB 4

St Augustine’s 2, Table View Tornados 30

Khayelitsha Eagles 0, Khayelitsha Super Stars 7

Fourth League:

Normies 7, Battswood 16

Khayelitsha Eagles 14, Panthers 5

Heideveld Yankees 9, Falcons 4

Thistles 5, Stealers 5

Men:

Major league:

Khayelitsha Eagles 5, Pirates 8

Khayelitsha Eagles 4, Hamiltons Green 5

Pirates 1, Westridge Yankees 16

First league:

St Martins 0, Tantasport 7

Khayelitsha Super Stars 7, Hamiltons Grey 0

Devonshire Rovers 5, Blackheath 4

Second league:

Titans 4, Falcons 5

Blackheath 10, St Augustines 7

Albertons 4, Excell Dodgers 14

Heideveld Yankees 0, Strandfontein Mets 7

Tantasport 4, Stealers 11

The batting by stalwart Bettina Phillips (2/2) could not prevent Falcons from going down 7-3 to defending champions Glenthorn A’s at City Park on Saturday.

Phillips’s two hits included a home run and a three-bagger.

Kelly Julie’s three-bagger and Celeste Mark’s single accounted for the other hits Falcons took from pitcher Lisa Erasmus.

A’s rushed into an early lead when they scored four runs in their first turn at bat. Amy Minnies battled on the pitching rubber, giving up four free bases and allowing A’s to score four runs, with only a single hit recorded.

Cindy Davids (2/2) and Courtney Stevens’s home run accounted for the three hits of A’s. At the other end of the table, Lavender Hill picked up their first win of the season beating fellow newcomers VOB 9-1.

Both teams were promoted from the major league last year but are finding the going tough in the super league. The win for Hill adds to their two draws so far.

VOB is struggling with a single point so far. The CTSA men’s competition saw Hamiltons drop their first points in a 11-11 draw against Westridge Yankees in the early game of the major league double-header on Sunday. Hamiltons also battled in the second game against Khayelitsha Eagles, eventually winning 5-4.

Yankees beat the struggling Pirates 16-1 in the late game.

ResultsWomen:

Major league:

St Martin’s 4, Tygerberg 8

First league:

Blackheath 17, Tantasport 2

Glenthorn A’s 4, Falcons 20

Crusaders 0, Kenfac Phillies 7

Lavender Hill 16, Battswood 1

Second League:

Westridge Yankees 18, Wynberg Gladiators 2

Devonshire Rovers 7, Titans 0

Panthers 2, Table View Tornados 22

Heideveld Yankees 9, Lansdowne Eagles 7

Third League:

Lavender Hill 2, VOB 4

St Augustine’s 2, Table View Tornados 30

Khayelitsha Eagles 0, Khayelitsha Super Stars 7

Fourth League:

Normies 7, Battswood 16

Khayelitsha Eagles 14, Panthers 5

Heideveld Yankees 9, Falcons 4

Thistles 5, Stealers 5

Men:

Major league:

Hamiltons Green 11, Westridge Yankees 11

Khayelitsha Eagles 5, Pirates 8

Khayelitsha Eagles 4, Hamiltons Green 5

Pirates 1, Westridge Yankees 16

First league:

St Martins 0, Tantasport 7

Khayelitsha Super Stars 7, Hamiltons Grey 0

Devonshire Rovers 5, Blackheath 4

Second league:

Titans 4, Falcons 5

Blackheath 10, St Augustines 7

Albertons 4, Excell Dodgers 14

Heideveld Yankees 0, Strandfontein Mets 7

Tantasport 4, Stealers 11

The batting by stalwart Bettina Phillips (2/2) could not prevent Falcons from going down 7-3 to defending champions Glenthorn A’s at City Park on Saturday.

Phillips’s two hits included a home run and a three-bagger.

Kelly Julie’s three-bagger and Celeste Mark’s single accounted for the other hits Falcons took from pitcher Lisa Erasmus.

A’s rushed into an early lead when they scored four runs in their first turn at bat. Amy Minnies battled on the pitching rubber, giving up four free bases and allowing A’s to score four runs, with only a single hit recorded. Cindy Davids (2/2) and Courtney Stevens’s home run accounted for the three hits of A’s.

At the other end of the table, Lavender Hill picked up their first win of the season beating fellow newcomers VOB 9-1. Both teams were promoted from the major league last year but are finding the going tough in the super league.

The win for Hill adds to their two draws so far. VOB is struggling with a single point so far.

The CTSA men’s competition saw Hamiltons drop their first points in a 11-11 draw against Westridge Yankees in the early game of the major league double-header on Sunday.

Hamiltons also battled in the second game against Khayelitsha Eagles, eventually winning 5-4.

Yankees beat the struggling Pirates 16-1 in the late game.

ResultsWomen:

Major league:

St Martin’s 4, Tygerberg 8

First league:

Blackheath 17, Tantasport 2

Glenthorn A’s 4, Falcons 20

Crusaders 0, Kenfac Phillies 7

Lavender Hill 16, Battswood 1

Second League:

Westridge Yankees 18, Wynberg Gladiators 2

Devonshire Rovers 7, Titans 0

Panthers 2, Table View Tornados 22

Heideveld Yankees 9, Lansdowne Eagles 7

Third League:

Lavender Hill 2, VOB 4

St Augustine’s 2, Table View Tornados 30

Khayelitsha Eagles 0, Khayelitsha Super Stars 7

Fourth League:

Normies 7, Battswood 16

Khayelitsha Eagles 14, Panthers 5

Heideveld Yankees 9, Falcons 4

Thistles 5, Stealers 5

Men:

Major league:

Khayelitsha Eagles 5, Pirates 8

Khayelitsha Eagles 4, Hamiltons Green 5

Pirates 1, Westridge Yankees 16

First league:

St Martins 0, Tantasport 7

Khayelitsha Super Stars 7, Hamiltons Grey 0

Devonshire Rovers 5, Blackheath 4

Second league:

Titans 4, Falcons 5

Blackheath 10, St Augustines 7

Albertons 4, Excell Dodgers 14

Heideveld Yankees 0, Strandfontein Mets 7

Tantasport 4, Stealers 11

The batting by stalwart Bettina Phillips (2/2) could not prevent Falcons from going down 7-3 to defending champions Glenthorn A’s at City Park on Saturday.

Phillips’s two hits included a home run and a three-bagger.

Kelly Julie’s three-bagger and Celeste Mark’s single accounted for the other hits Falcons took from pitcher Lisa Erasmus.

A’s rushed into an early lead when they scored four runs in their first turn at bat. Amy Minnies battled on the pitching rubber, giving up four free bases and allowing A’s to score four runs, with only a single hit recorded. Cindy Davids (2/2) and Courtney Stevens’s home run accounted for the three hits of A’s.

At the other end of the table, Lavender Hill picked up their first win of the season beating fellow newcomers VOB 9-1.

Both teams were promoted from the major league last year but are finding the going tough in the super league.

The win for Hill adds to their two draws so far. VOB is struggling with a single point so far.

The CTSA men’s competition saw Hamiltons drop their first points in a 11-11 draw against Westridge Yankees in the early game of the major league double-header on Sunday.

Hamiltons also battled in the second game against Khayelitsha Eagles, eventually winning 5-4.

Yankees beat the struggling Pirates 16-1 in the late game of the weekend’s round of fixtures.

ResultsWomen:

Super league:

Lavender Hill 9, VOB 1

Glenthorn A’s 7, Falcons 3

Major league:

St Martin’s 4, Tygerberg 8

First league:

Blackheath 17, Tantasport 2

Glenthorn A’s 4, Falcons 20

Crusaders 0, Kenfac Phillies 7

Lavender Hill 16, Battswood 1

Second League:

Westridge Yankees 18, Wynberg Gladiators 2

Devonshire Rovers 7, Titans 0

Panthers 2, Table View Tornados 22

Heideveld Yankees 9, Lansdowne Eagles 7

Third League:

Lavender Hill 2, VOB 4

St Augustine’s 2, Table View Tornados 30

Khayelitsha Eagles 0, Khayelitsha Super Stars 7

Fourth League:

Normies 7, Battswood 16

Khayelitsha Eagles 14, Panthers 5

Heideveld Yankees 9, Falcons 4

Thistles 5, Stealers 5

Men:

Major league:

Series 2/1:

Hamiltons Green 11, Westridge Yankees 11

Khayelitsha Eagles 5, Pirates 8

Series 2/2:

Khayelitsha Eagles 4, Hamiltons Green 5

Pirates 1, Westridge Yankees 16

First league:

Series 1/4:

St Martins 0, Tantasport 7

Khayelitsha Super Stars 7, Hamiltons Grey 0

Devonshire Rovers 5, Blackheath 4

Second league:

Series 4:

Titans 4, Falcons 5

Blackheath 10, St Augustines 7

Albertons 4, Excell Dodgers 14

Heideveld Yankees 0, Strandfontein Mets 7

Tantasport 4, Stealers 11

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