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Big wins for Kinheim & UVV
ROTTERDAM / HAARLEM / AMSTERDAM / THE HAGUE (Neth.) - on Thursday-evening, DOOR Neptunus had its hand full with winless Mr. Cocker HCAW. The Bussum-team turned a 3-0 deficit into a 4-3 lead, only to see Neptunus come alongside and win 5-4 in the final at bat.

Corendon Kinheim and UVV registered big victories. Kinheim rallied for 13 runs in one inning en route to a 19-0 shutout vs. Mampaey The Hawks, while UVV won 13-2 at ADO Lakers.

L&D Amsterdam Pirates trailed briefly 1-0, but won 3-1 against Vaessen Pioniers to take sole possession of the fourth place.

DOOR Neptunus vs. Mr. Cocker HCAW
At Rotterdam, Neptunus led 3-0 against HCAW, which then rallied for four runs in the seventh. But Neptunus came alongside and went on to win 5-4.

In its first six games, HCAW was held winless, but tonight the team from Bussum had its biggest chance so far to win its first game of the season.

Initially, Neptunus appeared to have no problems tonight. Gianison Boekhoudt led off with a walk, moved to third base on an one-out single by Raily Legito and scored on a sac-fly by Dwayne Kemp. But HCAW-starter Sander Helmendach recovered, retired the side in the second inning and prevented Neptunus from taking a big lead.

In the second inning, the righthander gave up the second run. Shaldimar Daantji led off with an infield-hit, moved on an errant pick-off and wild pitch and scored on sac-fly by Benjamin Dille. Helmendach also walked Gianison Boekhoudt and Raily Legito, but they were left behind.

In the third inning, Neptunus left another runner, but added a run in the fifth at bat. With one out, Benjamin Dille singled and scored on a double by Raily Legito, who was left behind for the third time moments later. In the inning, Gijs van Els took over from Helmendach, who then retired the side in the sixth inning.

Neptunus-starter Diegomar Markwell didn't encounter much trouble initially. HCAW reached base only four times in the first six innings, but only one runner was able to reach third base. That was lead-off hitter Dylan de Mello, who walked in the first inning, was awarded second base on a balk and moved on a wild pitch. He was then unable to advance on an infield-hit by JuriŽn Overman, then both runners were left behind. Markwell then retired eight batters in a row and two errors led to runners in the fourth and sixth inning, but also were left behind.

HCAW then turned the game around in the seventh inning with a 4-run rally. The bases got loaded when Linoy Croes and Jesus Latte singled and Sergino Martis reached when no outs were made on his sac-bunt. Pinch-hitter Arjan Elshof then hit the ball back to Markwell, who made a fielding error, enabling Croes to score and left the bases loaded. Next, Jasper Keijzer singled to make it 3-2. With the bases still loaded, an 1-2-3 double play on a comeback-grounder by Dylan de Mello probably was the biggest play for Neptunus of the evening. Jorin van Amstel followed with a 2-run triple that gave HCAW a 4-3 lead, but the double play prevented an additional run. After giving up the triple, Markwell was relieved by rookie Diornick Sanchez, who struckout JuriŽn Overman in another crucial play for the home team. Sanchez then retired the side in the eighth.

In the home of the seventh, now trailing 4-3, Neptunus was retired in order by new pitcher Sedley Karel, but came alongside in the eighth inning. Raily Legito then walked to reach base for the fourth time and moved to third base on an one-out single by RafaŽl Jozefa. Moments later, the veteran player scored the tying run on a single by Rudy Van Heydoorn. Karel was then relieved by Leon Elshof, who retired the next two batters, meaning Neptunus stranded two runners.

As the 10:30 PM curfew-time approached, it became clear that the ninth inning was to be the last complete at bat in this game. HCAW came close to re-taking the lead in the ninth at bat off of new pitcher Jorian van Acker. Sergino Martis led off with a single and Arjan Elshof walked. A sac-bunt by Jasper Keijzer then failed, as Martis was forced out. The two runners moved on a wild pitch and were left on second and third base, as Dylan de Mello lined out and Jorin van Amstel struckout.

In the home of the ninth inning, Neptunus prevented a tie score. Shaldimar Daantji led off with a single and advanced on a sac-bunt by Gianison Boekhoudt. With first base open, it was decided to pitch to Benjamin Dille, who then followed with a single into rightfield. There, an error followed, enabling Daantji to score the winning run.

DOOR Neptunus - Mr. Cocker HCAW 5-4
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DOOR Neptunus101010011-583
(one out when the winning run was scored in the ninth inning)
pitchers HCAWinn.SOBBHRER
Sander Helmendach4.224433
Gijs van Els1.1-----
Sedley Karel, BS (1)1.111211
Leon Elshof, L (0-1)1--21-
pitchers Neptunusinn.SOBBHRER
Diegomar Markwell6.261541
Diornick Sanchez1.11----
Jorian van Acker, W (3-0)1111--
Umpires: HP-Olav Steijger, 1B-Jan-Willem van der Paauw, 3B-Renť Ras.
Box Score
Official Scorer-Stefan Slinger.
Play-by-Play-Marco Stoovelaar.
Time-3:05 hr.

Corendon Kinheim vs. Mampaey The Hawks
At Haarlem, Kinheim shutout The Hawks 19-0, thanks to a big 13-run rally in the fourth inning.

Kinheim led only 3-0 after three innings, but then brought the game out of reach for The Hawks by staging one of the most productive innings in history, scoring 13 runs on nine basehits.

In the first inning, Kinheim opened the score when Renť Cremer led off with a triple and scored on a 2-out throwing error on a grounder by Jeffrey Arends. Two runs were added in the third inning. Remco Draijer led off with a single and scored on the second triple by Cremer, who then scored when Dirk van 't Klooster followed with a single.

A big 13-run rally then followed in the fourth inning. In the at bat, 18 batters stepped up to the plate and produced nine basehits off of three pitchers. After lead-off hitter Quintin de Cuba was retired, the next 16 (!) batters reached base safely to set a record. Eight of the nine players in the batting order hit a basehit, while all nine scored at least once, four of them scoring twice. Renť Cremer, who already had tripled in his first two at bats, walked and doubled in this at bat and batted in four more runs to bring his total to five in this game.

After De Cuba was retired, the bases were loaded by Mervin Gario (hit by pitch), Roy Seltenrijch (single) and Remco Draijer (walk) reached. A walk for Cremer and 2-run double by Dirk van 't Klooster then brought in three runs and new pitcher Henk van Heijningen. The bases were then re-loaded when Ramiro Balentina singled. A single by Bryan Engelhardt (2-run) and Jeffrey Arends (one-run) then accounted for the next runs and Quintin de Cuba followed with a 3-run homerun. The bases got loaded again when Gario singled, Seltenrijch reached on an error and Draijer walked. Cremer then followed with a baseclearing double that lifted the lead to 15-0. Rick van Dijk became the new pitcher and was greeted with an RBI-single by Van 't Klooster. A force play-grounder followed and an error led to another runner, before the inning finally ended with a flyout.

The scoring wasn't over yet, as another run was added in the fifth inning on a sac-fly by Roy Seltenrijch. The final two runs were scored in the sixth inning on a 2-run homerun by Jeffrey Arends, his first in a Kinheim-uniform.

The Hawks hit only two basehits, one off of starter David Bergman, who won his first game of the season, and one off of Arshwin Asjes, who pitched the seventh inning.

Corendon Kinheim - Mampaey The Hawks 19-0
Mampaey The Hawks0000000-023
Corendon Kinheim102(13)12X-19160
pitchers The Hawksinn.SOBBHRER
Kevin van Veen, L (1-2)3.143687
Henk van Heijningen- (*)-1687
Rick van Dijck2.112333
Tim Sloots0.1--1--
(*) - Van Heijningen pitched to eight batters in the fourth inning
pitchers Kinheiminn.SOBBHRER
David Bergman, W (1-1)58-1--
Jean-Paul Gulinck12----
Arshwin Asjes11-1--
Homeruns: Kinheim: Quintin de Cuba (2)(3-run,4th,off Van Heijningen), Arends (1)(2-run,6th,off Van Dijck).
Umpires: HP-Fred van Groningen Schinkel, 1B-Fred Groenewegen, 3B-Rob Has.
Box Score
Official Scorer-Fred Haak.
Play-by-Play-Fred van der Kade.
Time-2:14 hr.

L&D Amsterdam Pirates vs. Vaessen Pioniers
At Amsterdam, the home team trailed briefly 1-0 after one inning, then came alongside in the second inning and went on to win 3-1.

Zerzinho Croes and Mark Duursma led off the first inning for Pioniers with singles off of Rob Cordemans. The first then scored on a sac-fly by Vince Rooi, who last season played for the Amsterdam-squad. It was the be the lone run for Pioniers in this game. After Croes had scored, the inning ended when Phil Ortez grounded out, but while advancing on this hit, Duursma sustained a hamstring-injury and was replaced out of precaution moments later.

Amsterdam came alongside in the second inning. Kenny Berkenbosch led off with a single, then Bas Nooij walked. The two runners advanced on a sac-bunt by Kevin Weijgertse, then Berkenbosch scored on a grounder by Rashid Gerard.

Pirates took a 3-1 lead by scoring twice in the fourth at bat off of starter Mika de Lincel. Berkenbosch and Nooij began the inning with singles and advanced on a double-steal. A groundout by Weijgertse and single by Gerard then made it 3-1.

Pirates got more scoring opportunities in the remainder of the game, but left two runners behind in the fifth inning, then the bases loaded in the seventh. In the fifth inning, Percy Isenia singled, but was forced out on a grounder by Bas de Jong. Next, Kenny Berkenbosch walked. But after the two had advanced on a wild pitch, the inning ended when Bas Nooij struckout. In the seventh inning, Michael Duursma reached on an error, then Jesse Aussems grounded into a double play. Isenia then walked and De Jong singled, which led to a pitching change. New pitcher Shane Gnade began with a walk for Berkenbosch, but this time three runners stranded when Nooij flied out.

Pioniers got another scoring chance in the ninth inning off of closer Jurrian Koks. With one out, Rooi walked and Phil Ortez singled, but then a groundout and strikeout ended the game.

Amsterdam's short stop Michael Duursma was 1-for-5 in his first game against his former team, where he played several seasons.

L&D Amsterdam Pirates - Vaessen Pioniers 3-1
Vaessen Pioniers100000000-151
L&D Amsterdam Pirates01020000X-381
pitchers Pioniersinn.SOBBHRER
Mika de Lincel, L (1-1)553633
Joran Klarenbeek1.2-11--
Shane Gnade0.1-1---
Swen Huijer1--1--
pitchers Piratesinn.SOBBHRER
Rob Cordemans, W (3-0)771411
Daan Hendrix, H (2)1-----
Jurrian Koks, SV (2)1111--
Umpires: HP-Roy van de Wateringen, 1B-Johan Brandsma, 3B-Rudsel Schoobaar.
Box Score
Official Scorer-Dieks Bannink.
Play-by-Play-Feiko Drost.
Time-2:32 hr.

ADO Lakers vs. UVV
At The Hague, UVV collected 13 basehits and took an early 4-0 lead in the first two at bats en route to a 13-2 win at ADO Lakers, which committed six errors and now has lost five games in a row.

UVV opened the score in the first inning on a single by Ricky Daal, then added three runs in the second inning on only one basehit. With one out, Rossini Frolijk walked and Andy Raaff reached on a throwing error on his sac-bunt, putting runners on second and third base. A single by Norbert Jongerius then produced a run. A double steal-situation followed, enabling Raaff to score, but as a throwing error followed, Jongerius ended up on third base. Moments later, he scored the third run in this inning on a wild pitch.

In the third inning, ADO Lakers got two runs back off of Jurjen van Zijl. Quensley Bazoer led off with a walk, stole second base and advanced on a grounder, then scored on a grounder by Gino Hersilia. Wamaer Bordewijk then reached on a single and was able to score when an outfield-throwing error followed a single by Ludwin Obispo. In the remainder of the game, ADO Lakers added only two more basehits.

UVV took more distance from the fourth inning on. Two runs were scored in the fourth inning on a force play-grounder by Dennis De Quint and a single by Giovanni Samboe. A sac-fly by Norbert Jongerius then lifted the lead to 7-2 in the fifth inning.

A 6-run rally with two outs followed in the sixth at bat. The bases then got loaded when Giovanni Samboe and pinch-hitter Thomas Smits walked and Brennan Nijhof was hit by a pitch. A double by Rossini Frolijk then brought in two runners and led to a pitching change. New pitcher Sylvester Martina was greeted with an RBI-single by Andy Raaff, followed by a 2-run triple by Norbert Jongerius and RBI-single by Ferd van Stekelenburg, that increased the lead to 13-2.

ADO Lakers - UVV 2-13 (7)
ADO Lakers0020000-266
pitchers UVVinn.SOBBHRER
Jurjen van Zijl, W (3-0)512521
Oscar Meuris1211--
Hylke van Viersen1-----
pitchers ADO Lakersinn.SOBBHRER
Laurens Oele, L (0-2)425662
Ricky Voorn1.2-2355
Sylvester Martina0.1--422
Rick van der Post1-----
Umpires: HP-Henri van Heijningen, 1B-Peter Brink, 3B-Edwin Louisa.
Box Score
Official Scorer-Huub Nelissen.
Play-by-Play-Harry Wedemeijer.
Time-2:15 hr.

(April 25)

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