Tigers Men clash with Wanderers in Round Three

Round three: Tigers' Matthew Piercey with his eye on the ball. Photo: Taylar Amonini.
Round three: Tigers' Matthew Piercey with his eye on the ball. Photo: Taylar Amonini.

Round three of the Bunbury and Districts Softball Association saw fierce battles between competitors, high scorers, and exciting wins.

Beginning the day of sports, junior team Dalyellup Diamonds took on Tigers Cubs Red in a stunning three dig game.

Tigers Cubs Red started strong, with six runners crossing the home plate while Dalyellup Diamonds failed to add to the score card in the first dig.

Diamonds managed to bring three players home in the second dig and get a mark on the scorecard however they were unable to match the Tigers skills.

Tigers took out the win 18 - 4 with Tyler Hudson, Blair Driscol and Brodie Hadden named best on field.

Under 13s Steelers took on Wanderers in a two dig round that saw Steelers take a 12-9 win.

Chris Bishop, Ava Forgione and Chloe Bingham were named best on field for the nail biting game.

After lunch the men's Steelers Gold took on Strikers which saw a fierce battle and low scores.

Strikers started strong bringing three men home and managed to keep the pressure on ending the game in a 6-2 win.

In the women's early afternoon Tigers Red demolished Wanderers in a home game, bringing 10 players home in the first dig.

Wanderers battled hard, however only brought one athlete home in the first dig and didn't manage to bring another home until the third.

Tigers took the win 19-9.

At 4.15pm the young Tigers men's team took on Wanderers.

Despite being a fresh team of juniors stepping up to the plate for the senior men's season, the Tigers gave Wanderers a shock with their speedy teens and experiences leaders.

However after a pitcher change in the forth dig by Wanderers, Tigers were unable to keep their momentum going and lost 13-11.