North Eastern Baseball Association

24th April 2022

24th April 2022

27th April, 2022

Mark Davis showed timely hitting on Sunday, driving in four on two hits to lead Albury Bears past the Wodonga Warriors 16-4 on Sunday. Davis drove in runs on a single in the first and a double in the third.

Wodonga scored three runs in the seventh inning to close the gap, but Albury Bears still managed to pull out the victory. The big inning for Wodonga came thanks to a walk by Jayden Barter, a single by Ashley Meyers, and a groundout by Jesse Griffiths.

Albury got things moving in the first inning scoring one run when Greg Daniel singled.

Albury then notched up six runs in the third inning as DavisJessica ThompsonTom SimmonsBrendan Simmons, and Daniel all moved runners across the plate.

Daryl Tuffey was on the mound for the BearsTuffey went two and a third innings, allowing three runs on four hits and striking out two.

Meyers started the game for Wodonga. The hurler allowed five hits and six runs over one-third of an inning. Fraser Chadwick and Griffiths entered the game as relief, throwing four innings and one and two-thirds innings respectively.

Albury racked up 12 safe hits. Ben McCrackenSimmonsDavis, and Alex Clayton each collected multiple hits while T Simmons and McCracken all had three hits to lead the Bears.

Kane Scott went 2-for-2 at the plate to lead Wodonga, they were sure-handed and didn't commit a single error in the field as Barter made the most plays with seven.