Hoofddorp Pioniers opened the score in the bottom of the first inning off of Luis Figuera Roman.
The Venezuelan righthander walked lead-off hitter Mark Smit, who stole second base, then moved on a following single by Leandro Anasagasti.
With runners at the corners, Ibo Redan also singled to put Pioniers ahead, 1-0.
With one out, Anasagasti and Redan attempted to execute a double-steal, but the first was caught stealing at third base.
Pioniers got another baserunner when Damian Melis walked, but a flyout ended the at bat.
The lead was shortlived, as Quick Amersfoort came alongside in the second inning off of Lars Huijer, who had retired the side in the first.
Bryan Engelhardt led off with a double and moved on a flyout.
Hereafter, Jules Cremer was hit by a pitch (and stole second base) and with two outs, the bases got loaded when Jos de Jong walked.
A wild pitch enabled Engelhardt to score the tying run, but Huijer closed with a strikeout.
Pioniers re-took the lead in the fifth inning.
Before doing so, the team also had reached the bases in the previous at bats.
In the second inning, rookie Thom Hoogkamer led off with a single in his first big league at bat, but was eliminated in a double play.
In the next at bat, Mark Smit led off with a walk, but later stranded on second base.
And in the fourth, Angelo Wicklert reached on an infield-hit with one out.
He moved into scoring positon via a sacrifice bunt by Hoogkamer, but also was left behind.
In the fifth inning, Pioniers scored twice to take a 3-1 lead.
Duco Nuijten and Mark Smit began the at bat with singles to put runners at the corners.
Rookie Leandro Anasagasti followed with a runscoring single and Ibo Redan added a runscoring grounder.
Anasagasti later stranded on third base.
Again, the lead didn't last long.
After having left a runner behind on second base in the fifth, Quick Amersfoort came alongside again in the top of the sixth.
With two outs, Tijmen Takke singled and scored on a double by Jules Cremer.
Moments later, Cremer scored the tying run on a single by Remian Denis.
Next hitter Jos de Jong walked, but Lars Huijer closed with a strikeout.
However, the score was in balance again, as it was 3-3.
Both teams were unable to break the tie.
In the eighth inning, both squads got runners in scoring position, but in this at bat, the game also was interrupted.
In the top of the eighth, Jules Cremer reached on an infield-hit with one out and advanced on a wild pitch.
Just after a pick-off attempt to second base by Lars Huijer, everything went dark due to a failure in the light-installation during the at bat of Remian Denis.
That led to a delay in the game, which lasted 19 minutes.
The lights then were back on and the game continued.
In case that didn't happen, the game would not have been valid yet.
As light-failures are unavoidable, the game would have to resume and be completed before the start of the next scheduled game between the two teams.
This is another scenario when games as stopped due to weather conditions or due to the 10:30 PM curfew-rule.
In those cases, games are valid and the score at that moment become the final score.
Of course, five innings needed to have been played (or 4½ when the home team leads) in these games.
When the game resumed, Remian Denis walked, then Dion Steijl took over the pitching for Hoofddorp.
He got a flyout and a force out that ended the at bat.
In the bottom of the eighth, pinch-hitter (and Head Coach) Mervin Gario led off with a walk for Pioniers and stole second base off Brian van Laar, who had taken over the pitching for Quick in the seventh inning.
With one out, Angelo Wicklert walked.
After an infield-fly, the two runners were awarded the next base on a balk, but they stranded on second and third base.
In the ninth, Quick left a runner behind on first base and Pioniers saw a runner being caught stealing after a pick-off.
With that, the game went into extra innings, as they was time left before reaching the 10:30 PM curfew-time.
When that time is reached, no new inning can be started, according to the league-rules.
In the top of the tenth, Tijmen Takke led off for Quick with a walk and Remian Denis singled with one out, but a double play ended the at bat.
In the bottom of the tenth, Pioniers was retired in order.
And so, the game ended with a 3-3 tie.