It the same time, the Jacksons Eagles met their division two rivals, Corefocus Cubs. With an excellent start in the field the Eagles held the Cubs to just a single run in the first and tied the score when they came to bat with top of the order batter Barry Chandler getting home. In the next few innings, Cubs showed their class, sealing the victory with an impressive 10 runs scored in the final innings alone, however a valiant last stand by the Eagles was something to behold. With bases loaded, Roberto Pita stepped up to the plate and hit an inspired Grand Slam home run to score four runs for the home side. With the final score 35 - 7 to Cubs this was a marked improvement for the Eagles and a trend they will be keen to continue.
In the afternoon games, division two leaders, the dms Jersey Flyers, seized their opportunity to extend their lead with an astounding win against a division one team, Jacksons Phoenix. With a run lead of 18 at the top of the fifth innings, the Flyers began to sense victory and pulled on their high spirits to add more runs to their haul, with a second home-run of the season from Sharon McGrath. Phoenix responded with a fast-paced home-run from their first batter, but were then once more unable to dodge the Flyers fielders. At the bottom of the fifth, the umpire flipped the Mercy Rule and used it to call ball-game as the division two Flyers were leading division one Phoenix by more than 15 runs – an unusual occurrence which the Flyers should be extremely proud of. Final score 21-2.
On the opposite pitch, CPA Global Pirates took a commanding 22-0 lead before the Tigers could sharpen their nails and claw their 1st 4 runs in the 3rd inning. Pirates lead thanks to home runs from Sean Billson (2), rookie James Robertson (2) and a Grand Slam home run from Matt Satchell, who notably batted in 10 runners in the game. Pirates remained on the ascendancy and plundered another 17 runs in the next 2 innings with more home runs from Lindsay Satchell (1) and another Grand Slam by Chris Halford. Tigers scrambled well and scored 8 more runs but Pirates finished in style with a superb diving catch by James Robertson in left field. Pirates win 39-12.