“Overall I think we did quite well in the tournament, having drawn the first game, we managed to go through the competition without losing a match,
“I think our toughest game for us came in the opening match, there was a slight bit of nerves from our side, the boys might have come in thinking it would be an easy game, we also used our less experienced pitchers, who gave away a few too many walks, which ultimately resulted in giving away runs, but we managed to pull it together towards in the back end of the competition,” Quantoi said.
Asked about having the championships taking place in the Bay, Quantoi said it was great in that it gave younger Bay players the chance to go up against the best junior players the country has.
“It’s a good eye opener for the region, with our baseball not being as big as it is in the Western Cape and Gauteng, these kinds of tournaments informs people about the sport, but more so, helps to build a bigger interest in the sport, especially from smaller regions like ours,” Quantoi added.
In other results, the u15 title was won by the WCBF, as they beat the CTBF 21-0. The u12 division title was claimed by WCBF, beating GPBF 6-5