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Upcoming Super Series.
- Trial is being held at BISP- Wednesday 29th April, 5.30pm – 8.30pm
- Trial 2 (if necessary) and grading day to assist with draft is scheduled at BISP for Saturday 2nd May
- Program will be run on Saturdays afternoons May 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th
- Price per player- $99. Includes-
· Minimum of 6 games
· Training with coaches
· Use of BISP facilities (Games played on Diamond One)
· Super Series game top
· Super Series Cap
· Little League T-shirt
· Sydney Blue Sox Membership
- Players eligible for this program should be born between 1st May 2002 and 31st December 2004.
Registration is mandatory and registration information can be located at
As in previous Super Series events, if there are coaches within associations who would like to attend as part of their coach development they are welcome. If they can get in contact with me we will be able to arrange.
Baseball NSW / Sydney Blue Sox
LL Majors winter development tryouts this Sunday, April 19th
A Tuesday night program run at Greenway to assist players moving from under 14s (Junior League) to under 16s (Senior League)
Program is aimed to assist players in
Developing arm strength to move to the bigger diamond
Change from current bats to legal under 16s bats
Develop speed and strength required in Senior league
Timberjacks entry fees and Winter Program
Training Sessions Will be at Greenway Park from 7:00pm – 9pm
1) 2nd June
2) 16th June
3) 23rd June
4) 30th June
5) 14thth July
6) 21st July
7) 28th July
8) 3rd August
# Training program starts later than other winter programs
1) to allow JL players a length rest period post nationals
2) Help prepare the Under 15s for the upcoming 15/16 SL competition
Held in Lismore
July 5th – 7th ( In school Holidays, If you are unable to attend Timberjacks you are still able to do the program)
Email Matt O’Neill Matt.email@example.com
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Ryde North finished 3rd & Ryde South finished 4th at the Championship. Congratulations to all players and coaching staff on a great result.
With these placings both North & South qualifiy for the Nationals @ Lismore in June, a first for Ryde Hawks.
Hills through to gold medal game with 12-11 win over Ryde North
Hills remained persistent and earned a spot in the gold medal game against Cronulla after defeating Ryde North 12-11.
The batters had a field day with 23 hits and nine extra base hits throughout the entire game.
Hills seemed in control of after jumping to a 5-0 lead after the second but their opponents showed spirit in the later innings.
Hills stayed on top until the final out after taking the lead in the first, scoring two runs on a groundout by Liam McCallum and an RBI triple by Solomon Maguire.
After pushing across one run in the bottom of the fourth, Ryde North were suddenly facing a 5-1 deficit.
They scored an RBI single by Travis Bazzana which was followed by a two-run double by James Nati which sparked a comeback. A few wild pitches from the opposition and North all of a sudden had a chance.
They pushed hard and recorded five runs in the final innings but in the end just finished short. A match worth of the gold medal.
Ryde South cruises past Central Coast 12-5
Ryde South maintained control on Diamond One after beating Central Coast 12-5.
Their offense exploded in the fourth after recording seven runs. Alec Katsiavos, Lachlan McRae and Nicholas Bottaro all chipped in as Ryde South took full control of the game.
Louis Back was also impressive racking up three RBIs on two hits for Ryde South. He doubled in the third and singled in the fifth.
It was Central Coast though that jumped to an early 2-0 lead in the top of the first. Thomas Meredith singled sending Brandon Tangaroa to score.
Unfortunately for the Marlins it didn’t take long for Ryde South to respond as they scored four runs of their own in the third.
Ryde North topple stubborn Manly 8-5
It was homerun after homerun on Diamond One on Thursday as Ryde North showed their hitting power to overcome a relentless Manly side 8-5.
North’s Travis Bazzana homered in the first inning which was then followed by Ewan Ney and Cooper Garth who hit their own homeruns during the second and fifth respectively.
Ney continued his magnificent form going 3-3 and added singles in the first and fifth to his homerun.
Jackson Heap was also impressive with Manly only managing one hit off the Ryde North man. Heap allowed no earned runs and struck out two during his three-inning tenure.
Manly’s Nathan Guerrero helped keep his team in the contest with two RBIs on two hits. He singled in the fourth inning and homered in the fifth.
Four runs in the top of the fifth innings helped Manly close its deficit 6-4. An RBI double by Benjamin Lafontan set up the scoring. Zach Newbold and of course Guerrero chipped in to score sparking the revival.
However Ryde North never surrendered the lead and finished the game on top.
Hills Pitchers star in 14-0 victory over Ryde South
It was the Hills pitchers that proved the difference in their side’s 14-0 victory over Ryde South.
William Edwards, Jorga Lyberopoulos and Solomon Maguire teamed up to assault Ryde South with ten strikeouts while walking two.
Eleven runs in the first three innings helped Hills manoeuvre to victory with Andrew Martin, Liam McCallum and Dylan Martin all contributing.
McCallum racked up three RBIs on three hits for Hills.
Cronulla downs Ryde North 10-5
Cronulla took home a 10-5 win over Ryde North at Diamond two on Wednesday.
Blake Cavill starred for Cronulla striking out nine batters while allowing just one earned run and three hits.
Travis Bazzana paced Ryde North at the plate. He went 2-3, drove in one and scored two runs. He also recorded a single in the first and doubled in the fifth.
It was Ryde North who jumped to an early 1-0 lead in the top of the first with Bazzana and Ewan Ney causing havoc but Cronulla caught up.
Once the Sharks took the lead they never surrendered it thanks to great work from Kyle Yeo, Ben Andrews and Myles Chabi.
Three runs in the top of the fifth helped Ryde North close its deficit to 10-4. A double by Bazzana and a wild pitch fuelled their comeback – but in the end it was not enough.
Ewan Ney stars as Ryde North defeat Bankstown 13-2
An exceptional effort by Ewan Ney spurred Ryde North to a 13-2 win over Bankstown on Tuesday at Diamond Two.
Ney racked up seven RBI’s on two hits for his side, while also hitting a homerun in the third.
Ryde North’s bats came to life during the third the inning which saw the side score all their runs.
Travis Bazzana, James Nati, Lachlan Thompson, Ben Jones and of course Ney contributed to the scoreline.
Jackson Heap also put together a nice outing holding Bankstown hitless over two innings, allowing no earned runs, walking none and striking out two.
Ryde North top Central Coast 12-1 behind Ewan Ney’s efforts
Ewan Ney clubbed homeruns galore to help Ryde North to a 12-1 win over Central Coast at Diamond Two.
Ryde North scored four runs in the fifth through Reuben Chippeck and a two-run home run by James Nati.
The winning side hit three home runs during the victory with additional runs coming from Ney in the third and fourth.
Lachlan Thompson along with Ney and Nati all combined for seven hits and eight RBIs.
Ben Jones also impressed against Central Coast giving up just two hits and striking out five during his tenure.
Ryde South opens with a win after beating Macarthur 6-4
Ryde South pitchers were instrumental in a 6-4 victory in six innings over Macarthur on Tuesday night.
The pitchers Lachlan McRae and Zac Brasher tallied 14 strikeouts and walked eight.
Meanwhile Lex Trattles racked up two RBIs on one hit for Ryde South hitting a homer in the sixth inning.
Although Macarthur’s Samuel Freney was instrumental for his side keeping the opposition hitless over two innings where he allowed no runs and struck out one.
The bottom of the first saw Ryde South take an early 2-0 lead with Alec Katsiavos opening with a single.
They then proceeded to remain control of the game despite Macarthur’s amazing four-run effort in the third innings. Ryde South remained composed scoring two in the last innings to take out the victory.