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HCAW moves into tie for fifth place
THE HAGUE / AMSTERDAM / ROTTERDAM / HAARLEM (Neth.) - Mr. Cocker HCAW completed its first 3-game sweep of the season, winning 12-6 vs. ADO Lakers, which has now lost 10 games in a row and is in last place. With the three wins, HCAW climbed from the cellar into fifth place. The Bussum-club now ties with Mampaey The Hawks and Vaessen Pioniers.

The Hawks was swept by L&D Amsterdam Pirates, which completed its sweep with a narrow 2-1 win. DOOR Neptunus trailed after the first inning against Pioniers, but won 7-4. Corendon Kinheim defeated UVV 5-2 to complete another sweep.

ADO Lakers vs. Mr. Cocker HCAW
At The Hague, Mr. Cocker HCAW and ADO Lakers both collected 13 basehits, but the difference in the game was the defence. HCAW made no errors, while ADO Lakers committed eight errors, resulting in nine unearned runs and a 12-6 loss.

Initially, ADO Lakers took a 2-0 lead in the third inning off of Kaj Timmermans. Jurriaan Dijk led off with a single and Odion Gouverneur walked, then both scored on a triple by Nurison Leonora, but then three outs followed.

ADO-starter Ricky Voorn held HCAW to only two hits and scoreless in the first four innings. In the fifth inning, HCAW got one run back. Voorn walked lead-off hitter Max Clarijs, who then advanced on two sac-bunts and scored on a single by Jasper Keijzer.

HCAW then turned the game around with an 8-run rally in the sixth at bat on seven basehits and four errors. Jesus Latte led off with a single, then scored the tying run when an error was made on a sac-bunt by Linoy Croes. With one out, a single by Sergino Martis gave HCAW a 3-2 lead. Max Clarijs followed with a bunt-single, then an error in a pick-off/caught stealing-situation led to the next run. Back-to-back doubles by Arjan Elshof and Barry Mastenbroek brought in two more runs and a new pitcher. Arjan Keijzer was then hit by a pitch and Jorian van Amstel followed with a 2-run double. An error later in the at bat made it 9-2 in HCAW's favor.

HCAW added a run in the eighth on a single by Jim Froberg, then ADO Lakers narrowed the deficit to 10-6 by scoring four runs in the home of the eighth. Facing new pitcher Sedley Karel, Quensley Bazoer led off with a double and scored on a single by Edison Bito. Singles by Rodney Michel and (with one out) Gino Hersilia then brought in two more runs. With two outs, Jurriaan Dijk and Odion Gouverneur also singled to make it 10-6. With runners on first and third base, Leon Elshof relieved Karel and ended the at bat when Nurison Leonora fouled out.

HCAW added two more runs in the ninth on an error and a basesloaded walk and held onto the lead to complete their first 3-game sweep of the season. With today's win, HCAW moved into a tie for fifth place with Vaessen Pioniers and Mampaey The Hawks.

ADO Lakers - Mr. Cocker HCAW 6-12
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ADO Lakers002000040-6138
pitchers HCAWinn.SOBBHRER
Kaj Timmermans, W ((1-2)763622
Sedley Karel0.21-644
Leon Elshof, SV (1)1.1-11--
pitchers HCAWinn.SOBBHRER
Ricky Voorn, L (0-2)5.132872
Rick van der Post- (*)--221
Martijn Riphagen1.21-1--
Glennton Poulo21223-
(*) - Van der Post pitched to three batters in the sixth inning
Box Score
Umpires: HP-Rudsel Schoobaar, 1B-Johan Brandsma, 3B-Fred Groenewegen.
Official Scorer-Dennis Duin.
Play-by-Play-Rienette Hamers.
Time-3:12 hr.

L&D Amsterdam Pirates vs. Mampaey The Hawks
At Amsterdam, L&D Amsterdam Pirates had a narrow escape against Mampaey The Hawks, winning only 2-1.

Amsterdam collected 11 basehits off of veteran pitcher Elton Koeiman, who turns 40 on Tuesday and went the distance for The Hawks today. Amsterdam left seven runners behind.

After The Hawks turned a double play in the first inning and Pirates was retired in order in the second at bat, the home team opened the score in the third inning. With one out, Rashid Gerard singled, but was forced out on a grounder by Roelie Henrique, who then stole second base and scored on a single by Michael Duursma.

After Pirates stranded two runners in the fourth inning, The Hawks came alongside in the sixth off of Jos de Jong. Urving Kemp led off with a single, then advanced on a grounder, but was eliminated at third base on a grounder by Friso Arkenbout. Singles by Steven Wharwood and Erwin Bonis then tied the score.

Amsterdam immediately re-took the lead in the home of the sixth inning. With two outs, Bas de Jong reached on an error and scored when Kenny Berkenbosch followed with a double. And that would prove to be the winning run.

In the eighth inning, Kyle Ward took over for Jos de Jong and struckout the side. In the ninth, closer Jurrian Koks gave up a lead-off single to Wharwood (who was caught stealing) and struckout the next two batters.

L&D Amsterdam Pirates - Mampaey The Hawks 2-1
Mampaey The Hawks000001000-151
L&D Amsterdam Pirates00100100X-2111
pitcher The Hawksinn.SOBBHRER
Elton Koeiman, L (1-3)83-1121
pitchers Piratesinn.SOBBHRER
Jos de Jong, W (2-0)74-411
Kyle Ward, H (1)13----
Jurrian Koks, SV (4)12-1--
Box Score
Umpires: HP-Coen van Lierop, 1B-Peter Brink, 3B-Roy van de Wateringen.
Official Scorer-Huub Nelissen.
Play-by-Play-Fred van der Kade.
Umpire Observer-Paul Bokern.
Time-2:00 hr.

DOOR Neptunus vs. Vaessen Pioniers
At Rotterdam, DOOR Neptunus trailed 3-0 in the first inning against Vaessen Pioniers, but took the lead in the second at bat en route to a 7-4 victory.

In the top of the first inning, Pioniers scored three runs, but also left the bases loaded off of starter Tim Roodenburg. With one out, Phil Ortez walked, moved on a wild pitch and scored on a double by Danny Rombley. A single by Vince Rooi brought Rombley to third base, who then scored on a wild pitch. The bases got loaded when Mark Duursma and Mark-Jan Moorman walked, then Dè Flanegin followed with a sacrifice fly to make it 3-0.

Neptunus answered with two runs in the home of the first when Raily Legito hit a 2-run homerun. In the next at bat, the Rotterdam-squad took a 4-3 lead. Benjamin Dille led off with a single, then the bases got loaded when starting pitcher Kevin Miner walked Adrian Anthony and Mourik Huijser. The tying run was then scored on a sac-fly by Shaldimar Daantji and Neptunus took the lead on a 2-out single by Gianison Boekhoudt.

Neptunus took more distance by scoring three runs in the fifth inning on a double by Boekhoudt, sac-fly by Dwayne Kemp and double by Rafaël Jozefa.

After their productive first at bat, Pioniers was held scoreless in the next five innings and left the bases loaded in the fifth at bat. In the seventh inning, Pioniers added a run when Dè Flanegin doubled with one out, moved on a single by pinch-hitter Jefferson Muzo and scored on a single by Michael Pluijmers. But two more runners were left behind and so, Pioniers was left empty-handed again and now has lost six games in a row.

DOOR Neptunus - Vaessen Pioniers 7-4
Vaessen Pioniers300000100-4110
DOOR Neptunus22003000X-780
pitchers Pioniersinn.SOBBHRER
Kevin Miner, L (1-3)4.154677
Dennis Buring2.2211--
Bayron Cornelissen1--1--
pitchers Neptunusinn.SOBBHRER
Tim Roodenburg, W (3-0)536633
José Moreno1.11-411
Diornick Sanchez, H (2)0.2-----
Jorian van Acker, H (2)1-----
Berry van Driel, SV (4)1111--
Homerun: Neptunus: Raily Legito (1)(2-run,1st,off Miner).
Box Score
Umpires: HP-Olav Steijger, 1B-Jan-Willem van der Paauw, 3B-Edwin Louisa.
Official Scorer-Linda Steijger.
Play-by-Play-Dieks Bannink.
Time-3:02 hr.

Corendon Kinheim vs. UVV
At Haarlem, Corendon Kinheim broke an 1-1 tie vs. UVV in the sixth inning and went on to win 5-2 to extend its winning streak to eight games.

Kinheim opened the score in the third inning. Mervin Gario led off with a single, but was forced out on a grounder by Roy Seltenrijch, who then advanced to third base on a single by Remco Draijer. A sac-fly by René Cremer then gave Kinheim the lead.

UVV came alongside in the fifth at bat. With one out, Giovanni Samboe doubled and scored on a 2-out double by Joris van Ballegooy.

Kinheim re-took the lead in the sixth inning. Ramiro Balentina led off with a double. He moved to third base when Bryan Engelhardt flied out, then Jeffrey Arends was walked intentionally. A grounder by Quintin de Cuba then enabled Balentina to score to go-ahead run off of Chris Mezger, who was relieved after six innings.

Kinheim took more distance in the eighth inning by scoring three runs. Balentina and Engelhardt began with singles, which led to a pitching change, as Jerremyh Angela was replaced by former Kinheim-pitcher Duko Jansen. Moments later, Balentina was forced out at third base on a bunt by Arends, but then the bases got loaded when Gario was hit by a pitch with two outs. The bases were then cleared by Roy Seltenrijch with a 3-run double that made it 5-1.

UVV added only one more run in the ninth inning off of closer Arshwin Asjes. Dennis De Quint led off with asingle, then was safe when an error was made on an one-out grounder by Samboe. The bases were loaded when Ferd van Stekelenburg walked. Next, a single by Van Ballegooy produced a run, but then two flyouts followed, leaving the bases loaded and ending the game.

UVV collected only three basehits off of starter Nick Veltkamp, who threw six innings. He was then relieved by Leon Boyd, who arrived from Canada last Thursday and now made his first appearance in a Kinheim-uniform and pitched two innings.

Corendon Kinheim - UVV 5-2
Corendon Kinheim00100103X-591
pitchers UVVinn.SOBBHRER
Chris Mezger, L (2-2)663622
Jerremyh Angela111222
Duko Jansen11-111
pitchers Kinheiminn.SOBBHRER
Nick Veltkamp, W (3-0)651311
Leon Boyd, H (1)22-1--
Arshwin Asjes11121-
Box Score
Umpires: HP-Fred van Groningen Schinkel, 1B-Jos van Eijsden, 3B-Niek Elshof.
Official Scorer-Sven van Eijk.
Play-by-Play-Jeanette van Drunen.
Time-2:55 hr.

(May 5)

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