IN PLAY: Saints pitcher Ryley Young lets rip in the junior softball game against South Wagga on Saturday morning at French Fields. Pictures: Laura HardwickTHE Wagga modball competition completed their final round of matches on Saturday morning before the mid-season break.
In the feature match, undefeated competition leader Saints Dragons took on second placed Turvey Park Yellow.
After the first innings the scores were locked at twoall.
In the second innings, Turvey Park Yellow took control of the game, when a combination of good batting and untidy Saints fielding allowed Turvey Park to score three runs.
TALENT: South Wagga batter Aria McLaughlan swings hard with her eyes shut in junior softball on Saturday morning at French Fields.
They followed that up by not allowing a Saint to cross the plate.
In the end, Turvey Park reversed the round one result by defeating Saints Dragons 6-2.
Best for Turvey Park Yellow wereCrawford Wadley, Austin Gooden and Blake Gibbons.
Best for Saints wereLachlan Dicker, Simon Timothy-Nesbitt and Ash Smith.
In the other modball games, Saints Knights were too good for South Wagga Warriors, winning 8-3 while Turvey Park Red defeated Turvey Park Blue in a very close encounter 7-6.
The junior softball competition will now break over the Christmas holidays and will resume on February 4, 2017.
Wagga Softball Associationwill be represented by six under age teams at the prestigious 2017 Australia Day Tournament in Canberra at the end of January.
Wagga Softball teams will contest the tee ball, under 13 male and female and under 15 male and female competitions.
The Wagga softball executivewish allplayers and their families a happy, safe and joyous festive season.
HOME RUN: South Wagga batter Jasmin Naumoski makes it to home base for a run against Saints in the junior softball game at French Fields on Saturday.
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