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2nd win Sparta-Feyenoord; Pioniers moves into 2nd place
THE HAGUE / HOOFDDORP / VLEUTEN (Neth.) - Sparta-Feyenoord rallied for five runs in the first inning vs. AamigoO ADO Lakers, which came back to tie the score. In the fifth and sixth inning, Sparta-Feyenoord added runs and went on to win 7-6 to register its second win of the season and end an 11-game losing streak. In the first at bat, Sparta-Feyenoord hit six basehits and started the game with five consecutive basehits, then added only two more in the remainder of the game. ADO's starter Ibrahim Redan walked nine batters. In the top of the fifth inning, the game was briefly interrupted when the benches cleared after a play at the plate. With runners on second and third base and one out, Redan walked Kevin van Nederpelt, but the fourth ball ended up in a wild pitch, enabling Jarred Duin to score the go-ahead run (6-5). Brynner Daal, the runner from second base, advanced to third base, but also tried to score. After retrieving the ball, catcher Rudy van Heydoorn threw the ball to short stop Evan Porter, who then threw it to Redan, who tagged out Daal. But it was reported that Daal slid into Redan with his leg up, resulting into a heated confrontation and the benching emptying onto the field. Daal and Redan were both ejected. It took more than three hours for the teams to play six innings and the game then ended as the curfew-rule for night-games was reached.

Vaessen Pioniers trailed 2-0 after the top of the second inning vs. Mr. Cocker HCAW, but then the defense of the Bussum-squad fell apart in the bottom half of the at bat. HCAW committed five errors, leading to six unearned runs that gave Pioniers the lead. Trailing 8-3, HCAW narrowed the deficit to 8-7 when it scored four runs in the sixth inning off of new pitcher Swen Huijer, but Pioniers took more distance and went on to win big, 17-7. With the win, Pioniers passed DOOR Neptunus to move into second place.

Corendon Kinheim held a 3-0 lead in the fourth inning vs. UVV, which then scored a run in the fourth, fifth and sixth inning to tie the score. In the eighth inning, Kinheim re-took the lead on a double by Bryan Engelhardt to win 4-3.

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