Peninsula Softball Club
Nov 17 2020

The Warringah Baby Cocos have run out 39-29 winners over Peninsula Flamingos in a highly-entertaining U/10 T-ball fixture at Abbott Road on Saturday.

On a mild day atop a wet pitch, the best for Flamingos was Eloise Collins whose fielding drew high praise from coach Karrine Bedingfield.

“Eloise was very good for us today,” Bedingfield said.

“Her skill and quick-thinking in the field created three outs.”

Bedingfield added that while her team was on the wrong end of the scorecard, the Flamingos are very much on the improve.

“The team showed great improvement in batting in the first innings.

“And our base running skills have improved markedly, also,” Bedingfield said.

Eloise Collins was awarded the Yes Pizza Player of the Match.

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Peninsula Softball Club
Peninsula Softball Club was founded in 1995 and is now one of the largest clubs on the Northern Beaches. Our club is dominant in both junior and senior competition with numerous championship titles including 8 A Grade titles in the senior competition (6 in a row). Whether you're interested in fun with your friends, or more serious competition, Peninsula Softball Club will have the team for you.
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