The dms Jersey Flyers second game of the day saw them take on the fellow division two team, the Tigers. After a difficult game previously, the Flyers took a more light-hearted approach and the change in attitude seem to suit them as they rolled all the way through the order during their first at-bat, securing 13 runs before the Tigers secured the third out. The Tigers were then shut-out for their innings, and the game continued in a similar fashion for the remaining innings as the Flyers built on their lead with 3 homeruns from their captain Chris Le Lion and incredible batting averages from Michelle Thomson and Nikki Gassula-Sole. Final score dms Jersey Flyers 33-5 Tigers
At the same time, Jacksons Phoenix, took on the division two side, Corefocus Cubs. Despite some deep outfield drives at bat, the Phoenix team struggled to make it on base, sending the ball straight towards the gloves of the waiting fielders. The Phoenix squad found the right mix in the 4th and were able to hook together a series of safe base hits, but all too late to stage a comeback . Final score Corefocus Cubs 21 – 7 Jacksons Phoenix.
The second game of the day for the Jacksons Phoenix squad turn in another decent performance against the CPA Global Pirates. Chelsey Warner and Erik Renner each played a blinder in Left Field and at Short Stop respectively, and were justifiably rewarded with the players votes for MVP. Chaz Cunningham provided the squad with a moments reprieve at the close of the match with a belter of a home run, and all were left hoping that this signalled the return of Phoenix batting form. Final score CPA Global Pirates 29 – 3 Jacksons Phoenix.