Many of Cayman’s good baseball and
softball players get their start in t-ball.
With the local little league back
in action t-ball is busy grooming some of Cayman’s brightest talents around the
Last Saturday saw a handful of
games at the Field of Dreams facility in George
In the first match-up Dart started
off the 2010 season against CIBC. The Dart players came out swinging, as all batters
reached base in the first inning and Jaeden Pouchie hit a grand-slam for the
only homer of the game.
Pitcher Angelo Forbes and infielder
Norah Huges made several outs defensively for Dart, who also had outstanding
plays from Kaiden Manderson to end both innings.
Team CIBC fielded consistently well
throughout the game, particularly Tommy McGregor, Kat Williams and first baseman
Jagger Linford. Offensively Linford, Oliver Johns, Jahron Barnes and Raina
Myles had clean hits for CIBC, while Kat added speedy base-running.
Elsewhere team Maples continued to
improve with a strong effort against Appleby. Special mention goes to Aidan
Montana, Thomas Milne and Arie Ebanks for their batting and Geovani Beatriz and
Andre Edwards for great fielding in the pitcher’s position. Witney Nathan-Davis
and Nicholas Franklin ran the bases well for Maples.
From there FCIB battled the Yellow
Pages. FCIB coach Paul Muspratt summed up the game by saying “in our third game
of the season the skills we’ve been working on are beginning to show in the
First-inning highlights included an
Eva Muspratt double, home runs by brothers Andrew and Justin Hastings and good
fielding by Darius Williams. FCIB’s improvement continued in the second inning
with hits by Nathon Balon and Nicardo McIntosh and excellent plays by pitcher-first
baseman duo Kayla Watler and Nathon Balon.
Finally KPMG had a great turnout
with 12 players who all did their part well for an enjoyable game against KM
Ltd. Outstanding batters were Kameron Bennett, David Harris, Cassidy
Amesbury and Lawton Green, all hitting home runs.
Harding and Kai Bacon played the infield well, stopping certain KM Ltd. home
runs. The second inning saw Amesbury catch a fly ball at the pitcher’s
mound and throw to Green at first for KPMG’s first double play. KPMG’s game
ball went to second baseman Isabela Watler for her fielding.