BADGERS MAINTAIN WINNING HABIT

Bristol Badgers kept up their winning streak with a 20-4 victory over their BBF AA opponents Herts Hawks on Sunday. At Somerdale Pavilion, the Bristol Bats overcame the Bristol Buccaneers 28-4 in the second derby of the SWBL season to maintain their unbeaten run. In Hemel Hempstead, the Badgers got off to a flying start scoring eight runs in the first inning while keeping the Hawks scoreless until the bottom…

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BRISTOL TEAMS SWEEP OPPOSITION

Bristol Baseball Club’s three teams were all victorious at the weekend and completed the first sweep of the season. The Badgers travelled to Richmond for their BBF AA double header and beat the Dragons 17-5 and 26-4. In the South West Baseball League, the Bats and the Buccaneers overcame the rain to beat Weston Jets and the Cardiff Merlins. In Richmond, the Badgers scored 10 runs in the fourth inning…

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GELLATLY PITCHES NO HITTER IN BATS WIN

Bristol pitcher Ricky Gellatly was superb at the weekend, tossing a very rare no hitter against the Merlins as the Bats overwhelmed the Cardiff side 21-0 to maintain their unbeaten record in the South West Baseball League (SWBL). Whilst the Bats scored frequently and right from the start, it was Gellatly’s performance from the mound that drew praise from both sides. “It was a fantastic performance from Ricky with his…

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BADGERS AND BATS COME UP TRUMPS

It was wins for the Bristol Badgers and the Bats at the weekend as they beat Brighton Brewers and Cardiff Merlins respectively. Sadly the Buccaneers suffered a heartbreaking 30-28 loss to the Weston Jets in a five hour marathon at Somerdale. The Badgers were too strong for the Brewers winning 18-4 in their BBF AA clash with catcher Rhodri Theaker impressing with the bat driving in four runs. Outfielder Vil…

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