Day Four of the International Friendship Series saw another rain affected schedule as games were pushed back to a 2:30pm start. With the male round -obin complete, the girls took to the diamond for the majority of the afternoon to achieve a result before any more rain could fall on the diamond. Boys rescheduling meant 8:30pm first round of finals.
|FINALS G1||Aussie Green dftd NZ Emerging Sox 5 – 0|
|FINALS G2||Aussie Gold dftd Queensland 11 – 2|
|FINALS G3||Western Civil dftd Southern Pride 4 – 3|
The boys games played through testing conditions as rain threatened to come down heavily at many points, but they played through to finish the three first round of finals games. In a battle of the top two sides all week, Aussie Green took care of the NZ Emerging Sox 5 – 0, while Aussie Gold and Western Civil also had wins.
|GAME 28||Aussie Green dftd Southern Pride 15 – 0|
|GAME 29||Aussie Gold dftd Waverley 6 – 2|
|GAME 30||NSW dftd NZ Emerging Sox 6 – 5|
|GAME 31||Aussie Gold dftd Torrens Valley Redsox 8 – 0|
|GAME 32||Aussie Green dftd Waverley 11 – 0|
|GAME 33||Queensland dftd Southern Pride 3 – 1|
|GAME 34||NZ Emerging Sox dftd ISA NZ 2 – 2|
|GAME 35||Torrens Valley Redsox dftd ISA NZ 1 – 1|
|GAME 36||Queensland dftd NSW 8 – 7|
In game 32, Gabby Plain (Aussie Green) again proved far too strong over her 4 innings against Waverley. Gabby kept the girls from Victoria scoreless as her teams mates piled on the runs to win 11 – 0. Jamie Mead (Green) had four RBIs from her three AB’s.
Game 30 proved to be a close encounter with NSW and the Emerging Sox separated only by one run at the close of the game. Some fantastic batting from both teams with a 6 -5 result going the way of NSW. Batting from Tash Young (NSW) and Emma Grant (NSW) was solid.
Day 5 has been abandoned due to diamond availability and weather. Final standings and award winners to be posted soon.