VOB can’t stop Tygers

2017-12-12 06:01

Home runs by Anthony Phillips in the second inning, Shannon Eckermans in the fourth and Jonathan Phillips in the sixth gave Tygers the momentum they needed to beat VOB 17-2 on Saturday.

Jonathan Phillips (3/3) and Eckermans (2/4) were the top hitters for Tygers.

Tygers had two big scoring innings – with five runs in the first inning and eight runs in the sixth inning.

After conceding two runs in the first inning, Tygers pitcher Kevin Townsend settled down and made hitting difficult for VOB. In his six innings he conceded seven hits and four walks and struck out five hitters.

He was well supported by his defence who turned two double plays.

VOB used three pitchers but found the going tough. Canadian Andy Orfanakos started and lasted two innings, giving up six runs from six hits and walking three hitters.

He was replaced by Kieran Moore who pitched three completed innings and to five hitters in the awful sixth inning. He gave up nine runs from nine hits, walking four and striking out two.

By the time Jaydee Thorne came on, the damage was done. He gave up two sacrifice flies, three walks and a hit by pitch. A hit before the plate umpire ended the game with Tygers leading by fifteen runs.

Michael Scritten (2/4) was the only VOB hitter to stand out.

Maitland Giants put in a convincing performance to beat Grassy Park Crusaders 12-1 in Kensington.

Coach Lloyd Koks changed things around a bit and started with one of the local players, Kurt Pretorius, instead of one of his foreign pitchers.

Pretorius did not disappoint in his four-innings stint. He gave up one hit, one run and one walk.

He was replaced by Canadian Jaz Shergill who kept Crusaders scoreless in the last three innings.

Giants had two good innings when they scored four runs in the fourth inning and five runs in the sixth.

Miles October (2/3), Kyle Inglis (2/4) and Kyle Rossouw (2/4) were the pick of the Giants hitters.

Jarrod Williams and Lucien Swartz shared the pitching duties for Crusaders.

In other major league games, Westridge Yankees beat home side Van der Stel 10-4, Bothasig Knights beat Athlone A’s 9-2 and Durbanville crushed Helderberg Pirates 19-4.

In the promotion league Battswood handed log leaders Milnerton Mavericks their second loss of the season, beating them 19-10. Devonshire Rovers lost 19-1 to Thistle.

This weekend sees the last baseball fixtures for the year in the form of a double-header weekend.

On Saturday Athlone A’s host unbeaten Bellville Tygers, VOB Macaws host Westridge Yankees, Maitland Giants travel to Helderberg Pirates, Bothasig Knights host Durbanville Villains and Grassy Park Crusaders host Van der Stel.

In the promotion league Devonshire Rovers host Bothasig Thirds.

On Sunday Maitland Giants host Van der Stel, Athlone A’s travel to Helderberg Pirates, Bothasig Knights travel to VOB Macaws, Bellville Tygers travel to Westridge Yankees and Grassy Park Crusaders host Durbanville Villains.

In the promotion league Battswood host Devonshire Rovers and Thistle host Botha­sig Thirds. Milnerton Mavericks are on a bye.

Home runs by Anthony Phillips in the second inning, Shannon Eckermans in the fourth and Jonathan Phillips in the sixth gave Tygers the momentum they needed to beat VOB 17-2.

Jonathan Phillips (3/3) and Eckermans (2/4) were the top hitters for ­Tygers.

Tygers had two big scoring innings – with five runs in the first inning and eight runs in the sixth inning.

After conceding two runs in the first inning, Tygers pitcher Kevin Townsend settled down and made hitting difficult for VOB.

In his six innings he conceded seven hits and four walks and struck out five hitters.

He was well supported by his defence who turned two double plays.

VOB used three pitchers but found the going tough. Canadian Andy Orfanakos started and lasted two innings, giving up six runs from six hits and walking three hitters. He was replaced by Kieran Moore who pitched three completed innings and to five hitters in the awful sixth inning. He gave up nine runs from nine hits, walking four and striking out two. By the time Jaydee Thorne came on, the damage was done.

He gave up two sacrifice flies, three walks and a hit by pitch. A hit before the plate umpire ended the game with Tygers leading by fifteen runs.

Michael Scritten (2/4) was the only VOB hitter to stand out.

Maitland Giants put in a convincing performance to beat Grassy Park Crusaders 12-1 in Kensington.

Coach Lloyd Koks changed things around a bit and started with one of the local players Kurt Pretorius instead of one of his foreign pitchers.

Pretorius did not disappoint in his four inning stint. He gave up one hit, one run and one walk. He was replacing by Canadian Jaz Shergill who kept Crusaders scoreless in the last three innings.

Giants had two good innings when they scored four runs in the fourth and five runs in the sixth.

Miles October (2/3), Kyle Inglis (2/4) and Kyle Rossouw (2/4) were the pick of the Giants hitters.

Jarrod Williams and Lucien Swartz share the pitching duties for Crusaders.

In other major league games Westridge Yankees beat home side Van der Stel 10-4, Bothasig Knights beat Athlone A’s 9-2 and Durbanville crushed Helderberg Pirates 19-4.

In the promotion league Battswood handed log leaders Milnerton Mavericks their second loss of the season beating them 19-10. Devonshire Rovers lost 19-1 to Thistle.

This weekend sees the last baseball fixtures for the year in the form of a double-header weekend.

On Saturday Athlone A’s host unbeaten Bellville Tygers, VOB Macaws host Westridge Yankees, Maitland Giants travel to Helderberg Pirates, Bothasig Knights host Durbanville Villains and Grassy Park Crusaders host Van der Stel.

In the promotion league Devonshire Rovers host Bothasig Thirds.

On Sunday Maitland Giants host Van Der Stel, Athlone A’s travel to Helderberg Pirates, Bothasig Knights travel to VOB Macaws, Bellville Tygers travel to Westridge Yankees and Grassy Park Crusaders host Durbanville Villains.

In the Promotion League Battswood host Devonshire Rovers and Thistle host Bothasig Thirds.

Milnerton Mavericks are on a bye.

Results

Major League

Van Der Stel 4; Westridge Yankees 10

Maitland Giants 12; Grassy Park Crusaders 1

Bothasig Knights 9; Athlone A’s 2

Durbanville Villans 19; Helderberg ­Pirates 4

Promotion League

Thistle 19; Devonshire Rovers 1

Bothasig 3rds on bye

Home runs by Anthony Phillips in the second inning, Shannon Eckermans in the fourth and Jonathan Phillips in the sixth gave Tygers the momentum they needed to beat VOB 17-2.

Jonathan Phillips (3/3) and Eckermans (2/4) were the top hitters for Tygers.

Tygers had two big scoring innings – with five runs in the first inning and eight runs in the sixth inning.

After conceding two runs in the first inning, Tygers pitcher Kevin Townsend settled down and made hitting difficult for VOB.

In his six innings he conceded seven hits and four walks and struck out five hitters.

He was well supported by his defence who turned two double plays.

VOB used three pitchers but found the going tough. Canadian Andy Orfanakos started and lasted two innings, giving up six runs from six hits and walking three hitters. He was replaced by Kieran Moore who pitched three completed innings and to five hitters in the awful sixth inning. He gave up nine runs from nine hits, walking four and striking out two. By the time Jaydee Thorne came on, the damage was done.

He gave up two sacrifice flies, three walks and a hit by pitch. A hit before the plate umpire ended the game with Tygers leading by fifteen runs.

Michael Scritten (2/4) was the only VOB hitter to stand out.

Maitland Giants put in a convincing performance to beat Grassy Park Crusaders 12-1 in Kensington.

Coach Lloyd Koks changed things around a bit and started with one of the local players Kurt Pretorius instead of one of his foreign pitchers.

Pretorius did not disappoint in his four inning stint. He gave up one hit, one run and one walk. He was replacing by Canadian Jaz Shergill who kept Crusaders scoreless in the last three innings.

Giants had two good innings when they scored four runs in the fourth and five runs in the sixth. Miles October (2/3), Kyle Inglis (2/4) and Kyle Rossouw (2/4) were the pick of the Giants hitters. Jarrod Williams and Lucien Swartz share the pitching duties for Crusaders.

In other major league games Westridge Yankees beat home side Van der Stel 10-4, Bothasig Knights beat Athlone A’s 9-2 and Durbanville crushed Helderberg Pirates 19-4.

In the promotion league Battswood handed log leaders Milnerton Mavericks their second loss of the season beating them 19-10. Devonshire Rovers lost 19-1 to Thistle.

This weekend sees the last baseball fixtures for the year in the form of a double-header weekend. On Saturday Athlone A’s host unbeaten Bellville Tygers, VOB Macaws host Westridge Yankees, Maitland Giants travel to Helderberg Pirates, Bothasig Knights host Durbanville Villains and Grassy Park Crusaders host Van der Stel.

In the promotion league Devonshire Rovers host Bothasig Thirds.

On Sunday Maitland Giants host Van Der Stel, Athlone A’s travel to Helderberg Pirates, Bothasig Knights travel to VOB Macaws, Bellville Tygers travel to Westridge Yankees and Grassy Park Crusaders host Durbanville Villains.

In the Promotion League Battswood host Devonshire Rovers and Thistle host Bothasig Thirds.

Milnerton Mavericks are on a bye.

Home runs by Anthony Phillips in the second inning, Shannon Eckermans in the fourth and Jonathan Phillips in the sixth gave Tygers the momentum they needed to beat VOB 17-2.

Jonathan Phillips (3/3) and Eckermans (2/4) were the top hitters for Tygers.

Tygers had two big scoring innings – with five runs in the first inning and eight runs in the sixth inning.

After conceding two runs in the first inning, Tygers pitcher Kevin Townsend settled down and made hitting difficult for VOB.

In his six innings he conceded seven hits and four walks and struck out five hitters.

He was well supported by his defence who turned two double plays.

VOB used three pitchers but found the going tough.

Canadian Andy Orfanakos started and lasted two innings, giving up six runs from six hits and walking three hitters. He was replaced by Kieran Moore who pitched three completed innings and to five hitters in the awful sixth inning. He gave up nine runs from nine hits, walking four and striking out two. By the time Jaydee Thorne came on, the damage was done.

He gave up two sacrifice flies, three walks and a hit by pitch. A hit before the plate umpire ended the game with Tygers leading by fifteen runs.

Michael Scritten (2/4) was the only VOB hitter to stand out.

Maitland Giants put in a convincing performance to beat Grassy Park Crusaders 12-1 in Kensington.

Coach Lloyd Koks changed things around a bit and started with one of the local players Kurt Pretorius instead of one of his foreign pitchers.

Pretorius did not disappoint in his four inning stint. He gave up one hit, one run and one walk. He was replacing by Canadian Jaz Shergill who kept Crusaders scoreless in the last three innings.

Giants had two good innings when they scored four runs in the fourth and five runs in the sixth.

Miles October (2/3), Kyle Inglis (2/4) and Kyle Rossouw (2/4) were the pick of the Giants hitters.

Jarrod Williams and Lucien Swartz share the pitching duties for Crusaders.

In other major league games Westridge Yankees beat home side Van der Stel 10-4, Bothasig Knights beat Athlone A’s 9-2 and Durbanville crushed Helderberg Pirates 19-4.

In the promotion league Battswood handed log leaders Milnerton Mavericks their second loss of the season beating them 19-10. Devonshire Rovers lost 19-1 to Thistle.

This weekend sees the last baseball fixtures for the year in the form of a double-header weekend.

On Saturday Athlone A’s host unbeaten Bellville Tygers, VOB Macaws host Westridge Yankees, Maitland Giants travel to Helderberg Pirates, Bothasig Knights host Durbanville Villains and Grassy Park Crusaders host Van der Stel.

In the promotion league Devonshire Rovers host Bothasig Thirds.

On Sunday Maitland Giants host Van Der Stel, Athlone A’s travel to Helderberg Pirates, Bothasig Knights travel to VOB Macaws, Bellville Tygers travel to Westridge Yankees and Grassy Park Crusaders host Durbanville Villains.

In the Promotion League Battswood host Devonshire Rovers and Thistle host Bothasig Thirds.

Milnerton Mavericks are on a bye.

Results

Major League

Van Der Stel 4; Westridge Yankees 10

Maitland Giants 12; Grassy Park Crusaders 1

Bothasig Knights 9; Athlone A’s 2

Durbanville Villans 19; Helderberg Pirates 4

Promotion League

Thistle 19; Devonshire Rovers 1

Bothasig 3rds on bye

Home runs by Anthony Phillips in the second inning, Shannon Eckermans in the fourth and Jonathan Phillips in the sixth gave Tygers the momentum they needed to beat VOB 17-2.

Jonathan Phillips (3/3) and Eckermans (2/4) were the top hitters for Tygers.

Tygers had two big scoring innings – with five runs in the first inning and eight runs in the sixth inning.

After conceding two runs in the first inning, Tygers pitcher Kevin Townsend settled down and made hitting difficult for VOB.

In his six innings he conceded seven hits and four walks and struck out five hitters.

He was well supported by his defence who turned two double plays.

VOB used three pitchers but found the going tough.

Canadian Andy Orfanakos started and lasted two innings, giving up six runs from six hits and walking three hitters. He was replaced by Kieran Moore who pitched three completed innings and to five hitters in the awful sixth inning. He gave up nine runs from nine hits, walking four and striking out two. By the time Jaydee Thorne came on, the damage was done.

He gave up two sacrifice flies, three walks and a hit by pitch. A hit before the plate umpire ended the game with Tygers leading by fifteen runs.

Michael Scritten (2/4) was the only VOB hitter to stand out.

Maitland Giants put in a convincing performance to beat Grassy Park Crusaders 12-1 in Kensington.

Coach Lloyd Koks changed things around a bit and started with one of the local players Kurt Pretorius instead of one of his foreign pitchers.

Pretorius did not disappoint in his four inning stint. He gave up one hit, one run and one walk. He was replacing by Canadian Jaz Shergill who kept Crusaders scoreless in the last three innings.

Giants had two good innings when they scored four runs in the fourth and five runs in the sixth.

Miles October (2/3), Kyle Inglis (2/4) and Kyle Rossouw (2/4) were the pick of the Giants hitters.

Jarrod Williams and Lucien Swartz share the pitching duties for Crusaders.

In other major league games Westridge Yankees beat home side Van der Stel 10-4, Bothasig Knights beat Athlone A’s 9-2 and Durbanville crushed Helderberg Pirates 19-4.

In the promotion league Battswood handed log leaders Milnerton Mavericks their second loss of the season beating them 19-10. Devonshire Rovers lost 19-1 to Thistle.

This weekend sees the last baseball fixtures for the year in the form of a double-header weekend.

On Saturday Athlone A’s host unbeaten Bellville Tygers, VOB Macaws host Westridge Yankees, Maitland Giants travel to Helderberg Pirates, Bothasig Knights host Durbanville Villains and Grassy Park Crusaders host Van der Stel.

In the promotion league Devonshire Rovers host Bothasig Thirds.

On Sunday Maitland Giants host Van Der Stel, Athlone A’s travel to Helderberg Pirates, Bothasig Knights travel to VOB Macaws, Bellville Tygers travel to Westridge Yankees and Grassy Park Crusaders host Durbanville Villains.

In the Promotion League Battswood host Devonshire Rovers and Thistle host Bothasig Thirds.

Milnerton Mavericks are on a bye.

Results

Major League

Van Der Stel 4; Westridge Yankees 10

Maitland Giants 12; Grassy Park Crusaders 1

Bothasig Knights 9; Athlone A’s 2

Durbanville Villans 19; Helderberg Pirates 4

Promotion League

Thistle 19; Devonshire Rovers 1

Bothasig 3rds on bye

Home runs by Anthony Phillips in the second inning, Shannon Eckermans in the fourth and Jonathan Phillips in the sixth gave Tygers the momentum they needed to beat VOB 17-2.

Jonathan Phillips (3/3) and Eckermans (2/4) were the top hitters for Tygers.

Tygers had two big scoring innings – with five runs in the first inning and eight runs in the sixth inning.

After conceding two runs in the first inning, Tygers pitcher Kevin Townsend settled down and made hitting difficult for VOB.

In his six innings he conceded seven hits and four walks and struck out five hitters.

He was well supported by his defence who turned two double plays.

VOB used three pitchers but found the going tough.

Canadian Andy Orfanakos started and lasted two innings, giving up six runs from six hits and walking three hitters. He was replaced by Kieran Moore who pitched three completed innings and to five hitters in the awful sixth inning. He gave up nine runs from nine hits, walking four and striking out two. By the time Jaydee Thorne came on, the damage was done.

He gave up two sacrifice flies, three walks and a hit by pitch. A hit before the plate umpire ended the game with Tygers leading by fifteen runs.

Michael Scritten (2/4) was the only VOB hitter to stand out.

Maitland Giants put in a convincing performance to beat Grassy Park Crusaders 12-1 in Kensington.

Coach Lloyd Koks changed things around a bit and started with one of the local players Kurt Pretorius instead of one of his foreign pitchers.

Pretorius did not disappoint in his four inning stint. He gave up one hit, one run and one walk. He was replacing by Canadian Jaz Shergill who kept Crusaders scoreless in the last three innings.

Giants had two good innings when they scored four runs in the fourth and five runs in the sixth.

Miles October (2/3), Kyle Inglis (2/4) and Kyle Rossouw (2/4) were the pick of the Giants hitters.

Jarrod Williams and Lucien Swartz share the pitching duties for Crusaders.

In other major league games Westridge Yankees beat home side Van der Stel 10-4, Bothasig Knights beat Athlone A’s 9-2 and Durbanville crushed Helderberg Pirates 19-4.

In the promotion league Battswood handed log leaders Milnerton Mavericks their second loss of the season beating them 19-10. Devonshire Rovers lost 19-1 to Thistle.

This weekend sees the last baseball fixtures for the year in the form of a double-header weekend.

On Saturday Athlone A’s host unbeaten Bellville Tygers, VOB Macaws host Westridge Yankees, Maitland Giants travel to Helderberg Pirates, Bothasig Knights host Durbanville Villains and Grassy Park Crusaders host Van der Stel.

In the promotion league Devonshire Rovers host Bothasig Thirds.

On Sunday Maitland Giants host Van Der Stel, Athlone A’s travel to Helderberg Pirates, Bothasig Knights travel to VOB Macaws, Bellville Tygers travel to Westridge Yankees and Grassy Park Crusaders host Durbanville Villains.

In the Promotion League Battswood host Devonshire Rovers and Thistle host Bothasig Thirds.

Milnerton Mavericks are on a bye.

Results

Major League

Van Der Stel 4; Westridge Yankees 10

Maitland Giants 12; Grassy Park Crusaders 1

Bothasig Knights 9; Athlone A’s 2

Durbanville Villans 19; Helderberg Pirates 4

Promotion League

Thistle 19; Devonshire Rovers 1

Bothasig 3rds on bye

Home runs by Anthony Phillips in the second inning, Shannon Eckermans in the fourth and Jonathan Phillips in the sixth gave Tygers the momentum they needed to beat VOB 17-2.

Jonathan Phillips (3/3) and Eckermans (2/4) were the top hitters for Tygers.

Tygers had two big scoring innings – with five runs in the first inning and eight runs in the sixth inning.

After conceding two runs in the first inning, Tygers pitcher Kevin Townsend settled down and made hitting difficult for VOB.

In his six innings he conceded seven hits and four walks and struck out five hitters.

He was well supported by his defence who turned two double plays.

VOB used three pitchers but found the going tough.

Canadian Andy Orfanakos started and lasted two innings, giving up six runs from six hits and walking three hitters. He was replaced by Kieran Moore who pitched three completed innings and to five hitters in the awful sixth inning. He gave up nine runs from nine hits, walking four and striking out two. By the time Jaydee Thorne came on, the damage was done.

He gave up two sacrifice flies, three walks and a hit by pitch. A hit before the plate umpire ended the game with Tygers leading by fifteen runs.

Michael Scritten (2/4) was the only VOB hitter to stand out.

Maitland Giants put in a convincing performance to beat Grassy Park Crusaders 12-1 in Kensington.

Coach Lloyd Koks changed things around a bit and started with one of the local players Kurt Pretorius instead of one of his foreign pitchers.

Pretorius did not disappoint in his four inning stint. He gave up one hit, one run and one walk. He was replacing by Canadian Jaz Shergill who kept Crusaders scoreless in the last three innings.

Giants had two good innings when they scored four runs in the fourth and five runs in the sixth.

Miles October (2/3), Kyle Inglis (2/4) and Kyle Rossouw (2/4) were the pick of the Giants hitters.

Jarrod Williams and Lucien Swartz share the pitching duties for Crusaders.

In other major league games Westridge Yankees beat home side Van der Stel 10-4, Bothasig Knights beat Athlone A’s 9-2 and Durbanville crushed Helderberg Pirates 19-4.

In the promotion league Battswood handed log leaders Milnerton Mavericks their second loss of the season beating them 19-10. Devonshire Rovers lost 19-1 to Thistle.

This weekend sees the last baseball fixtures for the year in the form of a double-header weekend.

On Saturday Athlone A’s host unbeaten Bellville Tygers, VOB Macaws host Westridge Yankees, Maitland Giants travel to Helderberg Pirates, Bothasig Knights host Durbanville Villains and Grassy Park Crusaders host Van der Stel.

In the promotion league Devonshire Rovers host Bothasig Thirds.

On Sunday Maitland Giants host Van Der Stel, Athlone A’s travel to Helderberg Pirates, Bothasig Knights travel to VOB Macaws, Bellville Tygers travel to Westridge Yankees and Grassy Park Crusaders host Durbanville Villains.

In the Promotion League Battswood host Devonshire Rovers and Thistle host Bothasig Thirds.

Milnerton Mavericks are on a bye.

Results

Major League

Van Der Stel 4; Westridge Yankees 10

Maitland Giants 12; Grassy Park Crusaders 1

Bothasig Knights 9; Athlone A’s 2

Durbanville Villans 19; Helderberg Pirates 4

Promotion League

Thistle 19; Devonshire Rovers 1

Bothasig 3rds on bye

Home runs by Anthony Phillips in the second inning, Shannon Eckermans in the fourth and Jonathan Phillips in the sixth gave Tygers the momentum they needed to beat VOB 17-2.

Jonathan Phillips (3/3) and Eckermans (2/4) were the top hitters for Tygers.

Tygers had two big scoring innings – with five runs in the first inning and eight runs in the sixth inning.

After conceding two runs in the first inning, Tygers pitcher Kevin Townsend settled down and made hitting difficult for VOB.

In his six innings he conceded seven hits and four walks and struck out five hitters.

He was well supported by his defence who turned two double plays.

VOB used three pitchers but found the going tough.

Canadian Andy Orfanakos started and lasted two innings, giving up six runs from six hits and walking three hitters. He was replaced by Kieran Moore who pitched three completed innings and to five hitters in the awful sixth inning. He gave up nine runs from nine hits, walking four and striking out two. By the time Jaydee Thorne came on, the damage was done.

He gave up two sacrifice flies, three walks and a hit by pitch. A hit before the plate umpire ended the game with Tygers leading by fifteen runs.

Michael Scritten (2/4) was the only VOB hitter to stand out.

Maitland Giants put in a convincing performance to beat Grassy Park Crusaders 12-1 in Kensington.

Coach Lloyd Koks changed things around a bit and started with one of the local players Kurt Pretorius instead of one of his foreign pitchers.

Pretorius did not disappoint in his four inning stint. He gave up one hit, one run and one walk. He was replacing by Canadian Jaz Shergill who kept Crusaders scoreless in the last three innings.

Giants had two good innings when they scored four runs in the fourth and five runs in the sixth.

Miles October (2/3), Kyle Inglis (2/4) and Kyle Rossouw (2/4) were the pick of the Giants hitters.

Jarrod Williams and Lucien Swartz share the pitching duties for Crusaders.

In other major league games Westridge Yankees beat home side Van der Stel 10-4, Bothasig Knights beat Athlone A’s 9-2 and Durbanville crushed Helderberg Pirates 19-4.

In the promotion league Battswood handed log leaders Milnerton Mavericks their second loss of the season beating them 19-10. Devonshire Rovers lost 19-1 to Thistle.

This weekend sees the last baseball fixtures for the year in the form of a double-header weekend.

On Saturday Athlone A’s host unbeaten Bellville Tygers, VOB Macaws host Westridge Yankees, Maitland Giants travel to Helderberg Pirates, Bothasig Knights host Durbanville Villains and Grassy Park Crusaders host Van der Stel.

In the promotion league Devonshire Rovers host Bothasig Thirds.

On Sunday Maitland Giants host Van Der Stel, Athlone A’s travel to Helderberg Pirates, Bothasig Knights travel to VOB Macaws, Bellville Tygers travel to Westridge Yankees and Grassy Park Crusaders host Durbanville Villains.

In the Promotion League Battswood host Devonshire Rovers and Thistle host Bothasig Thirds.

Milnerton Mavericks are on a bye.

Results

Major League

Van Der Stel 4; Westridge Yankees 10

Maitland Giants 12; Grassy Park Crusaders 1

Bothasig Knights 9; Athlone A’s 2

Durbanville Villans 19; Helderberg Pirates 4

Promotion League

Thistle 19; Devonshire Rovers 1

Bothasig 3rds on bye

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