Men's softball is in its first two weeks and has seen a win and loss for both Saints and Eagles.
Brayden Cobern pitched some heat out of the circle for Saints in what would be his first pitching game since the grand final last season and Eagles struggled to find form his strong performance.
Eagles managed to score three through Matt Tatnell and a single from James Foster.
A strong batting line up with the likes of Brayden Cobern, Sean Roddick, Tyler Brooks and James North too much for the eagles to hold back, Saints with a convincing win 12-3.
Junior softball has certainly had a significant rise in numbers, showing promising signs for the skill and game development of the younger playing group.
With four teams now in the roster it gives players a great opportunity to gain a greater experience and variety with their game.
As Eagles Blue battled Saints White, it was the Eagles who came away victorious with a solid performance, winning 10-6.
Shayla Brand shared pitching duty with Ruby Payne for Eagles, while Ryleigh Emms was out of the circle for Saints White.
Ella Swan, Jakobe Reeves and Kai Martin-Sheppard all scored well for Saints White, with Lellani Kikoak hitting a home run for Eagles Blue.
She was well supported by the rest of the batting line up including Logan and Blake Payne, Angus Perry, Shayla Brand and new-comer Courtney Bale.
In the 11am junior game, Saints Red were the eventual winners after Eagles Gold managed to claw their way to the lead only to finish on uneven innings with the score reverting back to 8-6.
Kaeden Marshall pitched for Eagles Gold as Chase McFerran-Shepherd took the duty for Saints, with both teams doing well in the field and at bat.
Taylah Osborne, Riff Kemp, Sam Brown and Sophie Jarman all scored for Saints, with Finlay Antypas, Marshall and first-gamer Max Stepchuk doing their bit for the team and scoring well.
Eagles Blue got a comfortable victory over Saints black in the four-team women's competition as Kayleen Woodcock and Peta Terry shared the pitching for Saints and Sophie Tatnell held the fort for Eagles.
Jodi Bannister was solid at third base making several plays for outs but wasn't able to slow up the run of Eagles Blue.
Ruby and Sophie Tatnell, Abbie Tregurtha and Caitlyn Pinel all fired for Eagles on the day.
In 3pm game, Eagles Gold defeated Saints Red in a tight match as Belinda McFerran (Saints Red) and Eliesha Gardner (Eagles) went head-to-head in a pitching duel.
Kikoak, Jaymee Goss and Finlay and Meg Antypas all crossed the plate for Eagles Gold, while Bridget Freeman, Belinda McFerran scored for Saints Red.
The game was in the balance for the duration and could have well gone either way but Eagles won 5-2.
Saturday's games at Churchill Park see the men at 9am, juniors and tee-ball at 11am and women at 1pm and 3pm.
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