january2007

Australian Fastpitch Championship day two

January 8, 2007

Sydney, AU


Surprise upsets on day two

The Queensland women’s team remains undefeated as day two of the Australian Fastpitch Championship at Blacktown Olympic Park draws to a close.

In today’s play, Queensland dominated on the diamond defeating Tasmania/Northern Territory 12-0 and Victoria 8-1.

Victoria defeated South Australia 4-0 to continue their winning streak, but went down to New South Wales 6-5 in a thrilling game.

Western Australia is currently third on the ladder with three wins from four games, with surprise wins over New South Wales and ACT.

New South Wales notched up their first wins after a disappointing day one, defeating South Australia 12-0 and Victoria.

South Australia and Tasmania/Northern Territory are still seeking a win as the competition heats up.

ACT and New South Wales will wrap up day two for the women at 6.00pm tonight.

In the men’s competition, ACT continued to dominate on the mound and with the bat defeating New South Wales 11-0. They are currently taking on Victoria on Diamond 1 and leading 4-1 in the bottom of the fourth innings.

Northern Territory defeated Queensland 4-2 in a surprise upset and Western Australia who are currently in second place, defeated Northern Territory 10-1.

Western Australia is currently playing Queensland with Victoria and New South Wales scheduled for 7.00pm (AEST).

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