Perfect weekend for Cohen

2017-11-28 06:01

Kenfac Phillies’ United States import pitched two perfect games over the weekend.

On Saturday pitcher Chelsea Cohen shut out Tantasport in a no-hitter performance. She struck out 11 of the 17 batters she faced, just two over the minimum. Her pitching was matched by a 100% batting performance of 3-3.

Roxanne Albertyn struggled on the pitching rubber, giving up three free passes and seven hits.

On Sunday, Cohen brushed Westridge Yankees’ batters aside in another perfect game.

She struck out ten of the sixteen batters she faced with only one of the Yankees batters reaching first base on an error at short stop.

Shaneez Jattiem (2-2) was the pick of the Phillies batters in Phillies’ 4-0 victory.

Falcons also had a perfect weekend, winning both their games in the Cape Town Softball Association’s double-header weekend.

On Saturday they easily beat VOB 14-2 with most of their batters managing to get hits.

Leading the offence for Falcons was Carla Jacobs, batting at 3-4, Ammaarah Larney, Kelly Julie and Samantha Jones, all batting at 2-3.

Amy Minnies gave up a mere four hits on the pitching rubber for the dominant Falcons.

Seasoned campaigner Nicky Jones took over the pitching duties on Sunday against Lavender Hill, securing a 9-3 victory.

Jones gave up four scattered singles in a wind-swept encounter at Turfhall Softball Stadium.

Lavender Hill’s pitching duties were shared by Chesternay Fortune and Grivonne Rhoda.

They gave up seven hits with Falcons’ Candice Ross leading the batting charge with a flawless 2-2 performance.

The Lavender Hill outfit also succumbed to the current champions Glenthorn A’s on Saturday, going down 12-1.

Normies continued their supremacy in the major league by picking up maximum points over the weekend against Heideveld Yankees and Avendale respectively.

Falcons also stayed on track for league honours in the first league thanks to convincing victories against Battswood (15-0) and Lavender Hill (11-4).

ResultsSaturday

Super league

Kenfac Phillies 7, Tantasport 0

Lavender Hill 1, Glenthorn A’s 12

VOB 2, Falcons 14

Major league

Normies 5, Heideveld Yankees 1

St Martins 11, Kuils River Cougars 10

Belhar Dolphins 7, Avendale 0

First league

Crusaders 0, Blackheath 7

Lavender Hill 8, Glenthorn A’s 6

Battswood 0, Falcons 15

Kenfac Phillies 14, Tantasport 6

Second league

Devonshire Rovers 13, Heideveld Yankees 3

Titans 7, Lansdowne Eagles 0

Table View Tornados 14, Wynberg Gladiators 6

Panthers 3, Westridge Yankees 22

Third league

St Augustines 11, Blackheath 19

Lavender Hill 3, Khayelitsha Eagles 3

VOB 13, Khayelitsha Super Stars 8

Fourth league

Normies 0, Heideveld Yankees 7

Khayelitsha Eagles 0, Stealers 7

Battswood 13, Falcons 13

Panthers 0, Thistles 7

Sunday

Super league

Falcons 9, Lavender Hill 3

Kenfac Phillies 4, Westridge Yankees 0

VOB 0, Glenthorn A’s 7

Major league

Avendale 0, Normies 7

Belhar Dolphins 7, Heideveld Yankees 13

Tygerberg 14, Kuils River Cougars 2

First league

Falcons 11, Lavender Hill 4

Battswood 5, Glenthorn A’s 17

Tantasport 5, Crusaders 10

Kenfac Phillies 4, Blackheath 12

Second league

Table View Tornados 6, Westridge Yankees 14

Lansdowne Eagles 0, Devonshire Rovers 7

Titans 7, Heideveld Yankees 0

Wynberg Gladiators 8, Panthers 15

Third league

Khayelitsha Super Stars 7, Lavender Hill 12

Table View Tornados 8, Blackheath 7

VOB 1, Khayelitsha Eagles 16

Fourth league

Falcons 7, Normies 0

Stealers 8, Panthers 5

Battswood 7, Heideveld Yankees 6

Khayelitsha Eagles 12, Thistles 6

Kenfac Phillies’ United States import pitched two perfect games over the ­weekend.

On Saturday pitcher Chelsea Cohen shut out Tantasport in a no-hitter performance. She struck out 11 of the 17 batters she faced, just two over the minimum. Her pitching was matched by a 100% batting performance of 3-3.

Roxanne Albertyn struggled on the pitching rubber, giving up three free passes and seven hits.

On Sunday, Cohen brushed Westridge Yankees’ batters aside in another perfect game.

She struck out ten of the sixteen batters she faced with only one of the Yankees batters reaching first base on an error at short stop.

Shaneez Jattiem (2-2) was the pick of the Phillies batters in Phillies’ 4-0 victory.

Falcons also had a perfect weekend, winning both their games in the Cape Town Softball Association’s double-header weekend.

On Saturday they easily beat VOB 14-2 with most of their batters managing to get hits.

Leading the offence for Falcons was Carla Jacobs, batting at 3-4, Ammaarah Larney, Kelly Julie and Samantha Jones, all batting at 2-3.

Amy Minnies gave up a mere four hits on the pitching rubber for the dominant ­Falcons.

Seasoned campaigner Nicky Jones took over the pitching duties on Sunday against Lavender Hill, securing a 9-3 victory.

Jones gave up four scattered singles in a wind-swept encounter at Turfhall Softball Stadium.

Lavender Hill’s pitching duties were shared by Chesternay Fortune and Grivonne Rhoda.

They gave up seven hits with Falcons’ Candice Ross leading the batting charge with a flawless 2-2 performance.

The Lavender Hill outfit also succumbed to the current champions Glenthorn A’s on Saturday, going down 12-1.

Normies continued their supremacy in the major league by picking up maximum points over the weekend against Heideveld Yankees and Avendale respectively.

Falcons also stayed on track for league honours in the first league thanks to convincing victories against Battswood (15-0) and Lavender Hill (11-4).

ResultsSaturday

Super league

Kenfac Phillies 7, Tantasport 0

Lavender Hill 1, Glenthorn A’s 12

VOB 2, Falcons 14

Major league

Normies 5, Heideveld Yankees 1

St Martins 11, Kuils River Cougars 10

Belhar Dolphins 7, Avendale 0

First league

Crusaders 0, Blackheath 7

Lavender Hill 8, Glenthorn A’s 6

Battswood 0, Falcons 15

Kenfac Phillies 14, Tantasport 6

Second league

Devonshire Rovers 13, Heideveld Yankees 3

Titans 7, Lansdowne Eagles 0

Table View Tornados 14, Wynberg ­Gladiators 6

Panthers 3, Westridge Yankees 22

Third league

St Augustines 11, Blackheath 19

Lavender Hill 3, Khayelitsha Eagles 3

VOB 13, Khayelitsha Super Stars 8

Fourth league

Normies 0, Heideveld Yankees 7

Khayelitsha Eagles 0, Stealers 7

Battswood 13, Falcons 13

Panthers 0, Thistles 7

Sunday

Super league

Falcons 9, Lavender Hill 3

Kenfac Phillies 4, Westridge Yankees 0

VOB 0, Glenthorn A’s 7

Major league

Avendale 0, Normies 7

Belhar Dolphins 7, Heideveld Yankees 13

Tygerberg 14, Kuils River Cougars 2

First league

Falcons 11, Lavender Hill 4

Battswood 5, Glenthorn A’s 17

Tantasport 5, Crusaders 10

Kenfac Phillies 4, Blackheath 12

Second league

Table View Tornados 6, Westridge ­Yankees 14

Lansdowne Eagles 0, Devonshire Rovers 7

Titans 7, Heideveld Yankees 0

Wynberg Gladiators 8, Panthers 15

Third league

Khayelitsha Super Stars 7, Lavender Hill 12

Table View Tornados 8, Blackheath 7

VOB 1, Khayelitsha Eagles 16

Fourth league

Falcons 7, Normies 0

Stealers 8, Panthers 5

Battswood 7, Heideveld Yankees 6

Khayelitsha Eagles 12, Thistles 6

Kenfac Phillies’ United States import pitched two perfect games over the ­weekend.

On Saturday pitcher Chelsea Cohen shut out Tantasport in a no-hitter performance. She struck out 11 of the 17 batters she faced, just two over the minimum. Her pitching was matched by a 100% batting performance of 3-3.

Roxanne Albertyn struggled on the pitching rubber, giving up three free passes and seven hits.

On Sunday, Cohen brushed Westridge Yankees’ batters aside in another perfect game.

She struck out ten of the sixteen batters she faced with only one of the Yankees batters reaching first base on an error at short stop.

Shaneez Jattiem (2-2) was the pick of the Phillies batters in Phillies’ 4-0 victory.

Falcons also had a perfect weekend, winning both their games in the Cape Town Softball Association’s double-header weekend.

On Saturday they easily beat VOB 14-2 with most of their batters managing to get hits.

Leading the offence for Falcons was Carla Jacobs, batting at 3-4, Ammaarah Larney, Kelly Julie and Samantha Jones, all batting at 2-3.

Amy Minnies gave up a mere four hits on the pitching rubber for the dominant ­Falcons.

Seasoned campaigner Nicky Jones took over the pitching duties on Sunday against Lavender Hill, securing a 9-3 victory.

Jones gave up four scattered singles in a wind-swept encounter at Turfhall Softball Stadium.

Lavender Hill’s pitching duties were shared by Chesternay Fortune and Grivonne Rhoda.

They gave up seven hits with Falcons’ Candice Ross leading the batting charge with a flawless 2-2 performance.

The Lavender Hill outfit also succumbed to the current champions Glenthorn A’s on Saturday, going down 12-1.

Normies continued their supremacy in the major league by picking up maximum points over the weekend against Heideveld Yankees and Avendale respectively.

Falcons also stayed on track for league honours in the first league thanks to convincing victories against Battswood (15-0) and Lavender Hill (11-4).

ResultsSaturday

Super league

Kenfac Phillies 7, Tantasport 0

Lavender Hill 1, Glenthorn A’s 12

VOB 2, Falcons 14

Major league

Normies 5, Heideveld Yankees 1

St Martins 11, Kuils River Cougars 10

Belhar Dolphins 7, Avendale 0

First league

Crusaders 0, Blackheath 7

Lavender Hill 8, Glenthorn A’s 6

Battswood 0, Falcons 15

Kenfac Phillies 14, Tantasport 6

Second league

Devonshire Rovers 13, Heideveld Yankees 3

Titans 7, Lansdowne Eagles 0

Table View Tornados 14, Wynberg ­Gladiators 6

Panthers 3, Westridge Yankees 22

Third league

St Augustines 11, Blackheath 19

Lavender Hill 3, Khayelitsha Eagles 3

VOB 13, Khayelitsha Super Stars 8

Fourth league

Normies 0, Heideveld Yankees 7

Khayelitsha Eagles 0, Stealers 7

Battswood 13, Falcons 13

Panthers 0, Thistles 7

Sunday

Super league

Falcons 9, Lavender Hill 3

Kenfac Phillies 4, Westridge Yankees 0

VOB 0, Glenthorn A’s 7

Major league

Avendale 0, Normies 7

Belhar Dolphins 7, Heideveld Yankees 13

Tygerberg 14, Kuils River Cougars 2

First league

Falcons 11, Lavender Hill 4

Battswood 5, Glenthorn A’s 17

Tantasport 5, Crusaders 10

Kenfac Phillies 4, Blackheath 12

Second league

Table View Tornados 6, Westridge ­Yankees 14

Lansdowne Eagles 0, Devonshire Rovers 7

Titans 7, Heideveld Yankees 0

Wynberg Gladiators 8, Panthers 15

Third league

Khayelitsha Super Stars 7, Lavender Hill 12

Table View Tornados 8, Blackheath 7

VOB 1, Khayelitsha Eagles 16

Fourth league

Falcons 7, Normies 0

Stealers 8, Panthers 5

Battswood 7, Heideveld Yankees 6

Khayelitsha Eagles 12, Thistles 6

Kenfac Phillies’ United States import pitched two perfect games over the weekend.

On Saturday pitcher Chelsea Cohen shut out Tantasport in a no-hitter performance. She struck out 11 of the 17 batters she faced, just two over the minimum.

Cohen’s pitching was matched by a 100% batting performance of 3-3.

Roxanne Albertyn struggled on the pitching rubber, giving up three free passes and seven hits.

On Sunday, Cohen brushed Westridge Yankees’ batters aside in another perfect game.

She struck out ten of the sixteen batters she faced with only one of the Yankees batters reaching first base on an error at short stop.

Shaneez Jattiem (2-2) was the pick of the Phillies batters in Phillies’ 4-0 victory.

Falcons also had a perfect weekend, winning both their games in the Cape Town Softball Association’s double-header weekend.

On Saturday they easily beat VOB 14-2 with most of their batters managing to get hits.

Leading the offence for Falcons was Carla Jacobs, batting at 3-4, Ammaarah Larney, Kelly Julie and Samantha Jones, all batting at 2-3.

Amy Minnies gave up a mere four hits on the pitching rubber for the dominant ­Falcons.

Seasoned campaigner Nicky Jones took over the pitching duties on Sunday against Lavender Hill, securing a 9-3 victory.

Jones gave up four scattered singles in a wind-swept encounter at Turfhall Softball Stadium.

Lavender Hill’s pitching duties were shared by Chesternay Fortune and Grivonne Rhoda.

They gave up seven hits with Falcons’ Candice Ross leading the batting charge with a flawless 2-2 performance.

The Lavender Hill outfit also succumbed to the current champions Glenthorn A’s on Saturday, going down 12-1.

Normies continued their supremacy in the major league.

They picked up maximum points over the weekend against Heideveld Yankees and Avendale respectively.

Falcons have also stayed on track for league honours in the first league this season thanks to convincing victories against Battswood (15-0) and Lavender Hill (11-4) ­respectively.

Kenfac Phillies’ United States import pitched two perfect games over the weekend.

On Saturday pitcher Chelsea Cohen shut out Tantasport in a no-hitter performance. She struck out 11 of the 17 batters she faced, just two over the minimum.

Cohen’s pitching was matched by a 100% batting performance of 3-3.

Roxanne Albertyn struggled on the pitching rubber, giving up three free passes and seven hits.

On Sunday, Cohen brushed Westridge Yankees’ batters aside in another perfect game.

She struck out ten of the sixteen batters she faced with only one of the Yankees batters reaching first base on an error at short stop.

Shaneez Jattiem (2-2) was the pick of the Phillies batters in Phillies’ 4-0 victory.

Falcons also had a perfect weekend, winning both their games in the Cape Town Softball Association’s double-header weekend.

On Saturday they easily beat VOB 14-2 with most of their batters managing to get hits.

Leading the offence for Falcons was Carla Jacobs, batting at 3-4, Ammaarah Larney, Kelly Julie and Samantha Jones, all batting at 2-3.

Amy Minnies gave up a mere four hits on the pitching rubber for the dominant ­Falcons.

Seasoned campaigner Nicky Jones took over the pitching duties on Sunday against Lavender Hill, securing a 9-3 victory.

Jones gave up four scattered singles in a wind-swept encounter at Turfhall Softball Stadium.

Lavender Hill’s pitching duties were shared by Chesternay Fortune and Grivonne Rhoda.

They gave up seven hits with Falcons’ Candice Ross leading the batting charge with a flawless 2-2 performance.

The Lavender Hill outfit also succumbed to the current champions Glenthorn A’s on Saturday, going down 12-1.

Normies continued their supremacy in the major league.

They picked up maximum points over the weekend against Heideveld Yankees and Avendale respectively.

Falcons have also stayed on track for league honours in the first league this season thanks to convincing victories against Battswood (15-0) and Lavender Hill (11-4) ­respectively.

Kenfac Phillies’ United States import pitched two perfect games over the ­weekend.

On Saturday pitcher Chelsea Cohen shut out Tantasport in a no-hitter performance. She struck out 11 of the 17 batters she faced, just two over the minimum. Her pitching was matched by a 100% batting performance of 3-3.

Roxanne Albertyn struggled on the pitching rubber, giving up three free passes and seven hits.

On Sunday, Cohen brushed Westridge Yankees’ batters aside in another perfect game.

She struck out ten of the sixteen batters she faced with only one of the Yankees batters reaching first base on an error at short stop.

Shaneez Jattiem (2-2) was the pick of the Phillies batters in Phillies’ 4-0 victory.

Falcons also had a perfect weekend, winning both their games in the Cape Town Softball Association’s double-header weekend.

On Saturday they easily beat VOB 14-2 with most of their batters managing to get hits.

Leading the offence for Falcons was Carla Jacobs, batting at 3-4, Ammaarah Larney, Kelly Julie and Samantha Jones, all batting at 2-3.

Amy Minnies gave up a mere four hits on the pitching rubber for the dominant ­Falcons.

Seasoned campaigner Nicky Jones took over the pitching duties on Sunday against Lavender Hill, securing a 9-3 victory.

Jones gave up four scattered singles in a wind-swept encounter at Turfhall Softball Stadium.

Lavender Hill’s pitching duties were shared by Chesternay Fortune and Grivonne Rhoda.

They gave up seven hits with Falcons’ Candice Ross leading the batting charge with a flawless 2-2 performance.

The Lavender Hill outfit also succumbed to the current champions Glenthorn A’s on Saturday, going down 12-1.

Normies continued their supremacy in the major league by picking up maximum points over the weekend against Heideveld Yankees and Avendale respectively.

Falcons also stayed on track for league honours in the first league thanks to convincing victories against Battswood (15-0) and Lavender Hill (11-4).

ResultsSaturday

Super league

Kenfac Phillies 7, Tantasport 0

Lavender Hill 1, Glenthorn A’s 12

VOB 2, Falcons 14

Major league

Normies 5, Heideveld Yankees 1

St Martins 11, Kuils River Cougars 10

Belhar Dolphins 7, Avendale 0

First league

Crusaders 0, Blackheath 7

Lavender Hill 8, Glenthorn A’s 6

Battswood 0, Falcons 15

Kenfac Phillies 14, Tantasport 6

Second league

Devonshire Rovers 13, Heideveld Yankees 3

Titans 7, Lansdowne Eagles 0

Table View Tornados 14, Wynberg ­Gladiators 6

Panthers 3, Westridge Yankees 22

Third league

St Augustines 11, Blackheath 19

Lavender Hill 3, Khayelitsha Eagles 3

VOB 13, Khayelitsha Super Stars 8

Fourth league

Normies 0, Heideveld Yankees 7

Khayelitsha Eagles 0, Stealers 7

Battswood 13, Falcons 13

Panthers 0, Thistles 7

Sunday

Super league

Falcons 9, Lavender Hill 3

Kenfac Phillies 4, Westridge Yankees 0

VOB 0, Glenthorn A’s 7

Major league

Avendale 0, Normies 7

Belhar Dolphins 7, Heideveld Yankees 13

Tygerberg 14, Kuils River Cougars 2

First league

Falcons 11, Lavender Hill 4

Battswood 5, Glenthorn A’s 17

Tantasport 5, Crusaders 10

Kenfac Phillies 4, Blackheath 12

Second league

Table View Tornados 6, Westridge ­Yankees 14

Lansdowne Eagles 0, Devonshire Rovers 7

Titans 7, Heideveld Yankees 0

Wynberg Gladiators 8, Panthers 15

Third league

Khayelitsha Super Stars 7, Lavender Hill 12

Table View Tornados 8, Blackheath 7

VOB 1, Khayelitsha Eagles 16

Fourth league

Falcons 7, Normies 0

Stealers 8, Panthers 5

Battswood 7, Heideveld Yankees 6

Khayelitsha Eagles 12, Thistles 6

Kenfac Phillies’ United States import pitched two perfect games over the ­weekend.

On Saturday pitcher Chelsea Cohen shut out Tantasport in a no-hitter performance. She struck out 11 of the 17 batters she faced, just two over the minimum. Her pitching was matched by a 100% batting performance of 3-3.

Roxanne Albertyn struggled on the pitching rubber, giving up three free passes and seven hits.

On Sunday, Cohen brushed Westridge Yankees’ batters aside in another perfect game.

She struck out ten of the sixteen batters she faced with only one of the Yankees batters reaching first base on an error at short stop.

Shaneez Jattiem (2-2) was the pick of the Phillies batters in Phillies’ 4-0 victory.

Falcons also had a perfect weekend, winning both their games in the Cape Town Softball Association’s double-header weekend.

On Saturday they easily beat VOB 14-2 with most of their batters managing to get hits.

Leading the offence for Falcons was Carla Jacobs, batting at 3-4, Ammaarah Larney, Kelly Julie and Samantha Jones, all batting at 2-3.

Amy Minnies gave up a mere four hits on the pitching rubber for the dominant ­Falcons.

Seasoned campaigner Nicky Jones took over the pitching duties on Sunday against Lavender Hill, securing a 9-3 victory.

Jones gave up four scattered singles in a wind-swept encounter at Turfhall Softball Stadium.

Lavender Hill’s pitching duties were shared by Chesternay Fortune and Grivonne Rhoda.

They gave up seven hits with Falcons’ Candice Ross leading the batting charge with a flawless 2-2 performance.

The Lavender Hill outfit also succumbed to the current champions Glenthorn A’s on Saturday, going down 12-1.

Normies continued their supremacy in the major league by picking up maximum points over the weekend against Heideveld Yankees and Avendale respectively.

Falcons also stayed on track for league honours in the first league thanks to convincing victories against Battswood (15-0) and Lavender Hill (11-4).

ResultsSaturday

Super league

Kenfac Phillies 7, Tantasport 0

Lavender Hill 1, Glenthorn A’s 12

VOB 2, Falcons 14

Major league

Normies 5, Heideveld Yankees 1

St Martins 11, Kuils River Cougars 10

Belhar Dolphins 7, Avendale 0

First league

Crusaders 0, Blackheath 7

Lavender Hill 8, Glenthorn A’s 6

Battswood 0, Falcons 15

Kenfac Phillies 14, Tantasport 6

Second league

Devonshire Rovers 13, Heideveld Yankees 3

Titans 7, Lansdowne Eagles 0

Table View Tornados 14, Wynberg ­Gladiators 6

Panthers 3, Westridge Yankees 22

Third league

St Augustines 11, Blackheath 19

Lavender Hill 3, Khayelitsha Eagles 3

VOB 13, Khayelitsha Super Stars 8

Fourth league

Normies 0, Heideveld Yankees 7

Khayelitsha Eagles 0, Stealers 7

Battswood 13, Falcons 13

Panthers 0, Thistles 7

Sunday

Super league

Falcons 9, Lavender Hill 3

Kenfac Phillies 4, Westridge Yankees 0

VOB 0, Glenthorn A’s 7

Major league

Avendale 0, Normies 7

Belhar Dolphins 7, Heideveld Yankees 13

Tygerberg 14, Kuils River Cougars 2

First league

Falcons 11, Lavender Hill 4

Battswood 5, Glenthorn A’s 17

Tantasport 5, Crusaders 10

Kenfac Phillies 4, Blackheath 12

Second league

Table View Tornados 6, Westridge ­Yankees 14

Lansdowne Eagles 0, Devonshire Rovers 7

Titans 7, Heideveld Yankees 0

Wynberg Gladiators 8, Panthers 15

Third league

Khayelitsha Super Stars 7, Lavender Hill 12

Table View Tornados 8, Blackheath 7

VOB 1, Khayelitsha Eagles 16

Fourth league

Falcons 7, Normies 0

Stealers 8, Panthers 5

Battswood 7, Heideveld Yankees 6

Khayelitsha Eagles 12, Thistles 6

Kenfac Phillies’ United States import pitched two perfect games over the ­weekend.

On Saturday pitcher Chelsea Cohen shut out Tantasport in a no-hitter performance. She struck out 11 of the 17 batters she faced, just two over the minimum. Her pitching was matched by a 100% batting performance of 3-3.

Roxanne Albertyn struggled on the pitching rubber, giving up three free passes and seven hits.

On Sunday, Cohen brushed Westridge Yankees’ batters aside in another perfect game.

She struck out ten of the sixteen batters she faced with only one of the Yankees batters reaching first base on an error at short stop.

Shaneez Jattiem (2-2) was the pick of the Phillies batters in Phillies’ 4-0 victory.

Falcons also had a perfect weekend, winning both their games in the Cape Town Softball Association’s double-header weekend.

On Saturday they easily beat VOB 14-2 with most of their batters managing to get hits.

Leading the offence for Falcons was Carla Jacobs, batting at 3-4, Ammaarah Larney, Kelly Julie and Samantha Jones, all batting at 2-3.

Amy Minnies gave up a mere four hits on the pitching rubber for the dominant ­Falcons.

Seasoned campaigner Nicky Jones took over the pitching duties on Sunday against Lavender Hill, securing a 9-3 victory.

Jones gave up four scattered singles in a wind-swept encounter at Turfhall Softball Stadium.

Lavender Hill’s pitching duties were shared by Chesternay Fortune and Grivonne Rhoda.

They gave up seven hits with Falcons’ Candice Ross leading the batting charge with a flawless 2-2 performance.

The Lavender Hill outfit also succumbed to the current champions Glenthorn A’s on Saturday, going down 12-1.

Normies continued their supremacy in the major league by picking up maximum points over the weekend against Heideveld Yankees and Avendale respectively.

Falcons also stayed on track for league honours in the first league thanks to convincing victories against Battswood (15-0) and Lavender Hill (11-4).

ResultsSaturday

Super league

Kenfac Phillies 7, Tantasport 0

Lavender Hill 1, Glenthorn A’s 12

VOB 2, Falcons 14

Major league

Normies 5, Heideveld Yankees 1

St Martins 11, Kuils River Cougars 10

Belhar Dolphins 7, Avendale 0

First league

Crusaders 0, Blackheath 7

Lavender Hill 8, Glenthorn A’s 6

Battswood 0, Falcons 15

Kenfac Phillies 14, Tantasport 6

Second league

Devonshire Rovers 13, Heideveld Yankees 3

Titans 7, Lansdowne Eagles 0

Table View Tornados 14, Wynberg ­Gladiators 6

Panthers 3, Westridge Yankees 22

Third league

St Augustines 11, Blackheath 19

Lavender Hill 3, Khayelitsha Eagles 3

VOB 13, Khayelitsha Super Stars 8

Fourth league

Normies 0, Heideveld Yankees 7

Khayelitsha Eagles 0, Stealers 7

Battswood 13, Falcons 13

Panthers 0, Thistles 7

Sunday

Super league

Falcons 9, Lavender Hill 3

Kenfac Phillies 4, Westridge Yankees 0

VOB 0, Glenthorn A’s 7

Major league

Avendale 0, Normies 7

Belhar Dolphins 7, Heideveld Yankees 13

Tygerberg 14, Kuils River Cougars 2

First league

Falcons 11, Lavender Hill 4

Battswood 5, Glenthorn A’s 17

Tantasport 5, Crusaders 10

Kenfac Phillies 4, Blackheath 12

Second league

Table View Tornados 6, Westridge ­Yankees 14

Lansdowne Eagles 0, Devonshire Rovers 7

Titans 7, Heideveld Yankees 0

Wynberg Gladiators 8, Panthers 15

Third league

Khayelitsha Super Stars 7, Lavender Hill 12

Table View Tornados 8, Blackheath 7

VOB 1, Khayelitsha Eagles 16

Fourth league

Falcons 7, Normies 0

Stealers 8, Panthers 5

Battswood 7, Heideveld Yankees 6

Khayelitsha Eagles 12, Thistles 6

Kenfac Phillies’ United States import pitched two perfect games over the weekend.

On Saturday pitcher Chelsea Cohen shut out Tantasport in a no-hitter performance. She struck out 11 of the 17 batters she faced, just two over the minimum.

Cohen’s pitching was matched by a 100% batting performance of 3-3.

Roxanne Albertyn struggled on the pitching rubber, giving up three free passes and seven hits.

On Sunday, Cohen brushed Westridge Yankees’ batters aside in another perfect game.

She struck out ten of the sixteen batters she faced with only one of the Yankees batters reaching first base on an error at short stop.

Shaneez Jattiem (2-2) was the pick of the Phillies batters in Phillies’ 4-0 victory.

Falcons also had a perfect weekend, winning both their games in the Cape Town Softball Association’s double-header weekend.

On Saturday they easily beat VOB 14-2 with most of their batters managing to get hits.

Leading the offence for Falcons was Carla Jacobs, batting at 3-4, Ammaarah Larney, Kelly Julie and Samantha Jones, all batting at 2-3.

Amy Minnies gave up a mere four hits on the pitching rubber for the dominant ­Falcons.

Seasoned campaigner Nicky Jones took over the pitching duties on Sunday against Lavender Hill, securing a 9-3 victory.

Jones gave up four scattered singles in a wind-swept encounter at Turfhall Softball Stadium.

Lavender Hill’s pitching duties were shared by Chesternay Fortune and Grivonne Rhoda.

They gave up seven hits with Falcons’ Candice Ross leading the batting charge with a flawless 2-2 performance.

The Lavender Hill outfit also succumbed to the current champions Glenthorn A’s on Saturday, going down 12-1.

Normies continued their supremacy in the major league.

They picked up maximum points over the weekend against Heideveld Yankees and Avendale respectively.

Falcons have also stayed on track for league honours in the first league this season thanks to convincing victories against Battswood (15-0) and Lavender Hill (11-4) ­respectively.

Kenfac Phillies’ United States import pitched two perfect games over the weekend.

On Saturday pitcher Chelsea Cohen shut out Tantasport in a no-hitter performance. She struck out 11 of the 17 batters she faced, just two over the minimum.

Cohen’s pitching was matched by a 100% batting performance of 3-3.

Roxanne Albertyn struggled on the pitching rubber, giving up three free passes and seven hits.

On Sunday, Cohen brushed Westridge Yankees’ batters aside in another perfect game.

She struck out ten of the sixteen batters she faced with only one of the Yankees batters reaching first base on an error at short stop.

Shaneez Jattiem (2-2) was the pick of the Phillies batters in Phillies’ 4-0 victory.

Falcons also had a perfect weekend, winning both their games in the Cape Town Softball Association’s double-header weekend.

On Saturday they easily beat VOB 14-2 with most of their batters managing to get hits.

Leading the offence for Falcons was Carla Jacobs, batting at 3-4, Ammaarah Larney, Kelly Julie and Samantha Jones, all batting at 2-3.

Amy Minnies gave up a mere four hits on the pitching rubber for the dominant ­Falcons.

Seasoned campaigner Nicky Jones took over the pitching duties on Sunday against Lavender Hill, securing a 9-3 victory.

Jones gave up four scattered singles in a wind-swept encounter at Turfhall Softball Stadium.

Lavender Hill’s pitching duties were shared by Chesternay Fortune and Grivonne Rhoda.

They gave up seven hits with Falcons’ Candice Ross leading the batting charge with a flawless 2-2 performance.

The Lavender Hill outfit also succumbed to the current champions Glenthorn A’s on Saturday, going down 12-1.

Normies continued their supremacy in the major league.

They picked up maximum points over the weekend against Heideveld Yankees and Avendale respectively.

Falcons have also stayed on track for league honours in the first league this season thanks to convincing victories against Battswood (15-0) and Lavender Hill (11-4) ­respectively.

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