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KLISS Teeball

The U’9s Teeball Teams A and B arrived went to Tenby for the KLISS U9’s TBall finals.

A Team Results

BSKL Lions took the to the Teeball Field in their first tournament of the season, competing in the KLISS competition on Tuesday evening. The Lions smashed it out of the park, demonstrating great teamwork, perseverance and a zest for the sport. Lions battled in each one of their games and ended up coming out on top for each one, it is therefore no surprise that they found themselves in the final up against the hosts Tenby School. After a strong team talk the Lions went out to battle for first position, after a powerful batting innings it was the Lions time to field, some diving stops and great decisions lead to a great last innings. The Lions went on to lift the KLISS trophy, placing first overall. Well done all, we are so proud!


The B Team Results

Our First game was against Tenby who were tough opposition, we lost the game 6-10 but gained a lot of experience from it. We had some great fielding work from particularly our long fielders, Aalyia Booth and Archer Thomson, showing great distance throwing. In the next two games for the round robin stage we won both games.

Against Taylor's International School KL 8-9 BSKL and KTJ 9-11 BSKL. Both of these games showed a lot of communication between the players, with good levels of focus. Matayas was a great pitcher and last batsman getting all of his players on the bases round with a big strike of the ball. Giselle worked hard on 4th base getting some players out at ‘HOME’. Eric, Jacob and Alex worked hard on the bases receiving great catches on the bases. We then got to play HELP for 3rd / 4th place. What a close game!! HELP got to bat first to our advantage so we knew what score we were chasing. We working consistently hard to get their players out and the game was extremely close throughout, Matayas was last batsman and managed to get all the players around to home.

We won that game 8-7 - giving us the bronze medal.