DSS opened the score in the first at bat off of starter Ian Delemarre.
He walked lead-off hitter Mark Smit, who then stole second base.
Hereafter, Lex Leijenaar also walked.
Smit advanced on an errant pick-off, then scored on force play-grounder by Mitchell Koot.
In the second inning, Levine Gabriëls and Joffrey Heus led off with singles, but an infield-fly and double play followed.
DSS got four baserunners in the fourth off of new pitcher Norbert Jongerius, who is the regular rightfielder, but today was the starting third baseman.
He walked Ryan Miner, but then next batter Seb Visser lined into a double play to first baseman Gilian van Lith, who is a pitcher.
Hereafter, Jongerius walked Levine Gabriëls and hit Joffrey Heus with a pitch, but a force play ended the inning.
Short stop, but today outfielder, Dennis De Quint became UVV's third pitcher in the fifth inning.
He gave up a 2-out single to Lex Leijenaar, who advanced on a wild pitch, but then stranded.
In the sixth, eight new players entered the game defensively for UVV, including new pitcher Thomas Smits, who also was supported with a double play, which included the same two DSS-players.
Smits, who is a first baseman, walked Ryan Miner, then Seb Visser flied into a double play.
Levine Gabriëls and Joffrey Heus then singled and the first scored when Shane Boeree also singled.
In the seventh, Belgian (first baseman) Jamie Verheyleweghen became the new pitcher for UVV.
He was successful, as he retired the side.
In the eighth, outfielder Mike Bazuin became the sixth and last pitcher for UVV in this game.
He began with a strikeout, but then walked Visser and gave up a double to Gabriëls.
A wild pitch enabled Visser to score the third run for DSS.
Mark van Deursen had a fine outing as starting pitcher for DSS.
The righthander struckout eight batters, walked none and gave up only four hits in throwing six scoreless innings.
He struckout the first two batters in the first inning, then gave up a single to Dennis De Quint, but he stranded.
In the second inning, Van Deursen struckout the side.
In the third, Dennis Ribbens led off for UVV with a single, but hereafter the DSS-defense turned a double play to support Van Deursen, who closed with another strikeout.
In the fourth, DSS turned another double play after Cecil Commenencia had led off with a single.
Timo van Ancum followed with a single, but stranded.
Van Ancum was the lone regular UVV-pitcher in this game who connected for a basehit.
Van Deursen retired the side in the fifth and sixth inning, adding two more strikeouts.
Jorn van Ingen took over the DSS-pitching in the seventh.
He saw Jordan Illis reach on an error, but then DSS turned another double play.
With two outs in the eighth, UVV got two baserunners when (pitcher) Kevin Noordzij was hit by a pitch and Jamie Verheyleweghen reached on an error.
But a force play ended the at bat.
Back-up catcher Shane Boeree closed the game on the mound for DSS in the ninth inning.
He got two quick outs, including a strikeout, then gave up a single to Omar Williams, but he was left behind when a grounder ended the game.
Despite all changes, this was one of the fastest games of the season, lasting only one hour and 55 minutes.