The under 16 Victoria White side earned their first victory of the tournament on Day 3 with a hard-fought 3-1 win over ACT.
Great poise on the mound was the difference for the Victorians as they held their opponents to just the single run.
The under 16 New South Wales side were handed their second-straight loss of the tournament after going down 10-2 to a strong Queensland team.
The home side were overwhelmed with Queensland’s impressive hitting and were unable to win after hitting the lead early in the game.
Under 16 Western Australia outfit remained undefeated early on Day 3 after beating South Australia 9-4.
The boys from the West were tested early after going three down at the top of the 2nd but rallied scoring seven unanswered runs on the way to victory.
One of the form teams of the tournament under 16 Victoria Blue continued their great form defeating New South Wales 10-7.
Victoria Blue were off to a great start with four runs in the 1st in the back and forth affair in which NSW showed great hitting – but Victoria were just too good in the end.
The under 16 ACT team earned their first win of the tournament on Day 3 with a 6-1 victory over Country NSW.
ACT’s hitting was simply too good for the country pitchers as they clocked ten hits on their way to victory.
The under 16 Victoria Blue ended Day 3 with a hard-fought 8-7 victory over South Australia. The win ensures they remain the only undefeated team in their division by the end of the third day.
The game was a nail biter with Victoria Blue’s poise and composure proving to be the difference in the end.
The Under 16 Victoria White team earned their second win of the tournament narrowly defeating Queensland 10-9 at the end of Day 3.
The Victorians came back twice on their way to victory during the tense afternoon game.
The under 16 Country NSW team handed Western Australia their first loss of the tournament at the end of Day 3 in a 9-7 victory.
Country fell behind early to WA but remained composed which paid off in the 5th where they recorded four runs on their way to victory.
The Queensland U18 team earned their third-straight win with a 11-5 victory over the ACT.
The Queenslanders were controlled on the mound to limit ACT and cruised to victory.
Victoria Blue Under 18's take out their second-straight win, after defeating Western Australia 5-1.
New South Wales Under 18's team were victorious against South Australia 3-2 to take home their first win of the tournament.
Picking up their fourth win in the tournament, Country NSW Under 18's remain undefeated easing past Victoria White 16-3.