As the heat began to intensify, both in the air and on the diamond, the dms Jersey Flyers launched an attack, gaining a further 5 runs to add to their total. The Cubs were unable to follow suit as a catch in Left Centre from James Marshall and 2 catches from the Flyers Third baseman, Cat Girt, prevented them from passing the home plate. With the score 8-2 at the top of the fourth, the Flyers looked to solidify their lead with a further 2 runs. The Cubs however began to find their groove at their at-bat and started to build up the runs. A beautiful catch from Pitcher, Chris Le Lion, swiftly followed by a throw to First baseman, Michelle Thomson after the runner left early, gave the Flyers 2 quick outs.
It was during the sixth innings that the Flyers really came into their own with their bats, going all the way down the order to secure themselves another 6 runs, including homeruns from Fil Gouveia and Chris Le Lion. The Cubs squeezed just 1 more run out of the Flyers at the bottom of the sixth, giving the Flyers a solid lead of 16-10 going into the seventh and final innings. The Flyers again built on their lead, securing another 4 runs, including a perfect 2-base, right-field hit from Sharon McGrath. Unable to get their own bats working, the Corefocus Cubs failed to secure any more runs giving the dms Jersey Flyers the win, 20-10.
In the second game of the day, CPA Global Pirates took on the Corefocus Cubs. The Pirates began the game all guns blazing, with big home runs from Sean Billson and Matt Satchell helping the Pirates to an unassailable 4-17 lead in just two innings. From here the teams matched each other for runs and good defence, with notable performances in the Cubs ranks from Claire Summers for her pitching, and Conor Hall and Declan Renouard for their piercing home runs. Chris Halford, for CPA Global Pirates, was on good form in defence with several assists from 3rd base. At ball-game, the Pirates were the run-away winners over the Cubs with an 8-21 scoreline.