Psyclones’ Coraliee Amos pitches at the softball fields, Memorial Park.
Psyclones’ Coraliee Amos pitches at the softball fields, Memorial Park. Christopher Chan

Psyclones flirt with glory

IF THE Psyclones can keep it up through this weekend's games, they'll finish off the first half of the softball season undefeated.

Psyclones Softball Club secretary Carol Cox said the team had enjoyed a blinder of a year so far.

"All games have been tight, but we stood up to the test," she said. "The team has gelled unbelievably well this year."

She acknowledged the team spirit of the latest recruits Donna Sorrensen, Trisha Dougan and Jenny Watson's and said: "Many thanks go to our B-graders and juniors for filling in on odd occasions and doing an awesome job."

Rebecca Watson and Tollie Gillam were given a special nod for their pitching.

Telfords seem to be our main rival with Souths close behind.

"The batting by all teams has been outstanding this year, making the competition enjoyable to watch," Cox said.

The Psyclones extended their gratitude to coach Randall Noonan.

"Many thanks to Randall for taking on the job of coaching," Cox said.

"With his knowledge of the game and the skills of the ladies, it makes a great combination."

She said all the women were afraid to make an error on the field because the coach made them do push-ups as punishment.

The Psyclones are looking for more B-grade players.

Anyone interested in playing should call Michelle on 0418 195 803.



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