Twins Oosterhout started well, took a 2-0 lead, scored three runs in the first two innings, but then was held scoreless in the remainder of the game.
The team left the bases loaded twice.
Besides that, Twins was outhit 14-3 by DSS.
Six players of the Haarlem-team got at least two basehits.
Defensively, it wasn't a good game, as nine errors were recorded, six of them committed by Twins.
In the top of the first inning, Twins Oosterhout was off to a good start off of Venezuelan righthander María Gómez Mendoza.
Minke Blok led off with a walk and Tess Remmers singled, which gave Twins runners at the corners.
A passed ball then accounted for the first run.
Remmers advanced to second base, moved to third on a grounder by Machteld Rector, then scored on a sacrifice fly by Sterre den Duijn, which was a line drive into rightfield caught by Dominique Burger.
DSS answered with three runs on four basehits with two outs in its first at bat off of starter Romy van der Ham.
She started instead of Carling Hare, who had returned home to Great Britain.
Noa Brand led off with a single and moved into scoring position via a sacrifice bunt by Annemiek de Rover.
She advanced to third base on a grounder by Sophie Bugter, who played for Twins Oosterhout some seasons ago.
Moments later, Brand scored on a single by Jenny Kinburn.
The bases then got loaded when Denice van Dijk also singled and Lorraine Kieft walked.
Two runners scored when Anna-Bè Bartels delivered a single to put DSS ahead, 3-2.
On the throw to the plate, an error was made, but DSS stranded runners on second and third base.
Twins came alongside in the top of the second inning without hitting a basehit.
Daniëlle ten Donkelaar led off with a walk and Ilse van de Wouw reached when an error was made on her sacrifice bunt.
With one out, the bases got loaded when Emma de Brouwer also walked.
Hereafter, Ten Donkelaar was forced out at the plate on a comeback-grounder by Minke Blok, but the tying run was then scored when Tess Remmers reached on an error.
With the bases still loaded, the inning ended when 2B Annemiek de Rover caught a line drive hit by Machteld Rector.
DSS also reached bases without a basehit in its second at bat.
With one out, Noa Brand walked, then a force play-grounder by Annemiek de Rover ended in an error.
They advanced on a grounder, but then were left behind.
DSS then struck with a 3-run rally on four basehits in the bottom of the third inning.
All runs were unearned.
Denice van Dijk led off with a single, then an error was made on a sacrifice bunt by Lorraine Kieft, which led to runners on first and third base.
With one out, Kieft stole second base.
The bases then got loaded when Dominique Burger struckout, but reached on a passed ball.
Next, Van Dijk was forced out at the plate on a grounder by pinch-hitter Wendy van Wijk.
With two outs, Noa Brand and Annemiek de Rover delivered runscoring singles to put DSS ahead, 5-3.
A pitching change followed, but new pitcher Daniëlle ten Donkelaar was greeted with a runscoring single by Sophie Bugter.
A force out ended the at bat, but DSS now led 6-3.
DSS also went to the bullpen in the top of the fourth inning, as Anna-Bè Bartels took over from María Gómez Mendoza.
She gave up an one-out infield-hit to Emma de Brouwer, but then retired the next two batters.
DSS added a run in the fourth.
With one out, Lorraine Kieft singled.
She then moved to third base when a throwing error was made on a force play-grounder by Anna-Bè Bartels.
With two outs, she scored on another error.
Trailing 7-3, Twins got a chance to do something back in the top of the fifth inning, but stranded three runners.
With one out, Sterre den Duijn singled, but was forced out on a grounder by pinch-hitter Kim Emmen.
The bases got loaded when Daniëlle ten Donkelaar walked and Ilse van de Wouw reached on an error, but a grounder ended the at bat.
DSS added four more basehits and two more runs in the bottom of the fifth inning.
Noa Brand (who was 3-for-3) led off with a single and Annemiek de Rover doubled.
The two veteran players then scored when Sophie Bugter and Jenny Kinburn followed with singles.
A flyout and double play followed, but DSS now led 9-3 and needed only one more run to end the game via the mercy-rule.
With hard rain coming down in the sixth inning, Twins was retired in order in the top of the sixth, then that run came moments later in the bottom of the sixth off of new pitcher Sterre den Duijn.
Anna-Bè Bartels led off with a double and advanced to third base on a wild pitch with one out.
With two outs, DSS got the bases loaded when Noa Brand and Annemiek de Rover both walked.
Next batter Sophie Bugter then hit the ball into the outfield for an apparent catch, but the ball was dropped and Bartels scored the tenth run, which ended the game.