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Championship week 7

In game week 7 we traveled to Ballintobber first, were St.Croans hosted The Heath in Ladies & Mixed. 19-4 in favour of the Laois natives going in to the 5th, St.Croans came alive scoreing an impressive 13 runs, due to some fine hits from Clodagh and Sheila. Leinsters Danielle Keane had a 100% success rate at bat, helping to secure her team a victory, 19-17.

 
The Heath had a comfortable win in the Mixed game. Tom Moore scored all four times he was called to bat, while Roscommons, Prapeed was never put out. Game finished 22-5.
 
We headed East next, were Limekiln Ladies hosted Barntown Gaels. The Dub's Laura Eagers had an amazing day batting, scoring two home runs, while team mate Emma Hudson scored one helping their team secure the win. Barntowns Sinead Boland, was top scorer for her club. Final result 25-14.
 
Limekiln were out again the following Friday, facing Adasmtown of Wexford. Adamstown shook Limekiln from the start, with some fine hits from all 9 players. Wexfords, Roisin Barden had a 100% success rate at bat, team mate Marie Murphy was never put out, while Leanne Delany had a bases loaded home run, match result 27-26.
 
For our final day of game week 7 we traveled to Ballon, were Cuchulainn hosted Glynn/Barntown in Ladies & Mixed. A rematch of last years Ladies final was up first. Carlows Ann Marie & Chantelle had some outstanding plays while fielding. Wexfords, Emma Reddy was flying pitches across home base, helping secure her team the win 11-5.
 
The Mixed game was a very close encounter until Glynns, Jason Malone hit a home run, that Cuchulainn couldn't recover from. Match result 26-20.
 
We traveled to Maguire Park, Balinalee next for three games. First up Breaffy faced Clonaslee in Ladies. The Connaught side ran out eventual winners, with the help of excellent fielding from Katie Kenny & Paula Lennahan. Game finished 38-12.
 
Breaffy faced Limekiln in men next. James Dillon & Edward Healy took most outs for their squad, while Mayo's two Colm's had super display's at bat. Game ended 21-20 to Limekiln.
 
Next Erne Eagles took on Greenhills, the Cavan 9 put on a dominant performance batting, especially Pamela McCabe, who hit a bases loaded home run, helping her club secure a win 45-20.
 
Carlow was the last venue set for game week 7. The Heath faced Na Fianna in Mens first. Laois' James Kavanagh hit an impressive 3 home runs, while Dwayne Keane was never put out. Dublins Ronan Gately had most catches for his team, in LOF. Final score 31-5.
 
Na Fianna faced host club Bagenasltown, in Mixed & Ladies next. 3-2 going in to the third, all was to play for, the Carlow 9 batted in 10 runs and conceded zero. Bagenalstowns Martin Cody did the 100 meter sprint 5 times, helping his team get the victory, 26-2.
 
Bagenalstown Ladies also got the win, but the Dub's put up a fight, mainly due to some fine fielding from Evelyn Twomey, who was named Man Of The Match. Carlows Ellen Condon had a magnificent game on 1st base also. 16-8

Adamstown Wexford

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