The Herts Hawks and London Musketeers both won their games on Sunday 28 June in the BBF’s Single-A South Division to stay on top of Pools A and B respectively, while Tonbridge regained momentum in Pool C by smashing the Richmond Squires to move within a half-game of the Guildford Mavericks.
Milton Keynes Coyotes and the Leicester 2Sox took centre stage as the only teams playing on Sunday 28 June in the BBF’s Double-A Central Division -- and the two sides made the most of their billing by splitting a pair of wild, high-scoring contests.
It’s fair to say the Belfast Northstars Baseball & Softball Club has come on by leaps and bounds over the last couple of years, growing from one to three teams through an extensive recruitment drive, increased awareness through social media and blood, sweat and tears from the backroom staff.
The Latin Boys are putting together a run in the BBF’s Double-A South Division, but Richmond are still chasing the league title, so a split was probably a fair result from their doubleheader on Sunday 21 June. However, the Sidewinders’ victory over the London Marauders keeps them on top.