Photo: Carine Cats Baseball Club
State League 1 teams have wrapped up the year with some big wins ahead of the break. Wanneroo, Morley, South Perth and Braves make up the top four going into 2021. Check out recaps from this past week and view fixtures, results and standings HERE.
Wembley Magpies 2 v Morley Eagles 8
Wembley fell behind early and couldn't come back in an 8-2 loss to Morley on Wednesday night. The Eagles took the lead on a single by Christopher House in the second inning as the Magpies struggled to contain the high-powered offense, eventually giving up eight runs.
Morley scored four runs in the third inning. Zac McMillin, Cody Nicholas, and House all contributed in the big inning with RBIs.
Riley Franklin got the start for Morley. The ace surrendered two runs on four hits over four innings, striking out three and walking one.
Nick Alexiou led things off on the mound for Wembley. The pitcher lasted two innings, allowing one hit and one run while striking out four. Chris Crawford threw five innings out of the bullpen.
Crawford went 2-for-2 at the plate to lead Wembley in hits, while Morley totaled eight hits in the game. House had a 4-for-4 day and McMillin racked up multiple hits too. Morley didn't commit a single error in the field as Kieran Chapman had the most chances with nine.
Wembley is 4-12 and plays Wanneroo to start the new year.
Victoria Park Belmont Reds 6 v Perth Baseball Club 2
Victoria Park Belmont fired up the offense in the first inning, when Matt Durbin induced Jack Smalpage to hit into a fielder's choice with a run scoring.
The Reds put up four runs in the second inning as Chris Dawson, Josh Paull, and Smalpage all drove in runs.
Corey Brown was the winning pitcher for the Reds. The bulldog went seven innings, allowing two runs on six hits and striking out two. Durbin took the loss for Perth after surrendering six runs on seven hits over five innings, striking out five.
The Reds tallied seven hits, including two apiece for Dawson and Curtis Bacon. Brady Oliphant went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Perth in hits. Perth was sure-handed and didn't commit a single error. Nathan Driessen made the most plays with five.
Victoria Park Belmont Reds 14 v Perth Baseball Club 17
Victoria Park Belmont and Perth played a tight game, but Perth pulled out the 17-14 victory on Sunday night.
The game was tied at 12 with Perth batting in the top of the tenth when Jake White homered on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring three runs.
The Reds collected 12 hits and Perth had 17 in the high-scoring affair. The Reds opened up an early lead in the second inning when Chris Dawson singled on a 2-0 count, scoring one run. They went on to score five runs with RBIs from Curtis Bacon, Trent McDonnell, Dawson and Josh Paull.
After Perth scored three runs in the top of the fourth on a home run from Edgar Mundarain, the Reds answered with three of their own. Joshua Greenham tripled on a 0-1 count, scoring two runs and Matthew Reynolds grounded out, scoring one run.
In the top of the ninth inning, Perth tied things up at 12 when Matt Durbin singled on the first pitch of the at-bat, scoring one run.
Matt Sibley got the start for Perth. The righty lasted one and one-third innings, allowing zero hits and four runs while striking out one.
Matthew Martin toed the rubber for Victoria Park Belmont. The pitcher allowed nine hits and nine runs over five innings, striking out seven. Daniel Meloncelli, Dawson and Mitchell Bacon each contributed in relief for the Reds.
Perth smacked three home runs on the day including Mundarain's, a third inning homer from Bryant Ezzard Jnr and White's long ball in the tenth.
The Reds saw the ball well racking up 12 hits including three hits apiece for Dawson and Ryan Boyer. Paull and Reynolds had two apiece. Perth racked up 17 hits with multiple from Jordano Vivona, Mundarain, White, Ezzard Jnr, Jared Pirone and Durbin.
Victoria Park Belmont is 7-8 and returns with a game at Gosnells, while Perth is 7-9 with a doubleheader at South Perth on 10 January 2021.
South Perth Cubs 7 v Braves Baseball Club 3
South Perth took an early lead in the second inning with a sacrifice fly from Jaxon Limpus scoring one run.
The Cubs pulled ahead for good with four runs in the fourth inning when Jake Bowey was hit by a pitch, driving in a run and Tanner McCarn doubled on a 1-0 count, scoring three runs.
Luke Mann was on the mound for South Perth. The pitcher surrendered three runs on eight hits over six innings, striking out one.
Todd Hatcher started the game for the Braves. The lefthander lasted five innings, allowing two hits and seven runs while striking out one. Daniel Choi threw one inning in relief out of the bullpen.
McCarn and Bowey each collected one hit to lead the Cubs as the Braves had eight hits in the game, including multiple for Sam Kennelly, Joel Beches and Jack Rigden.
South Perth Cubs 2 v Braves Baseball Club 11
South Perth watched the game slip away early and couldn't recover with the second game of Sunday's doubleheader ending as an 11-2 loss to the Braves.
The Braves scored on home runs by Sean Garratt in the first and Sam Kennelly and Tim Kennelly in the third. Garratt homered on a 0-1 count, scoring three runs. The Braves also scored three runs in the fifth inning with RBIs from Tye Kazmierowski, Lochlainn Varian and Jordan Dyer.
Flynn McGahan took the win for the Braves. The righthander went six innings, allowing two runs on four hits and striking out eight. Ryan Nuttall and Alex Oehme entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close it out in relief.
Tyler Paull took the loss for South Perth. The pitcher surrendered five runs on five hits over three innings, striking out three. His team tallied one home run on the day when Jake Bowey went yard in the first inning. Bowey led the Cubs with two hits in three at-bats.
The Braves racked up eight hits with multiple from Kennelly and Joel Beches. The Braves were sure-handed in the field and didn't commit a single error as Kevin Clark had the most chances with nine.
The Braves are now 10-4-2 with the next game at home v Carine. South Perth is 10-5 and plays Perth in the new year.
Rockingham Rams 4 v Gosnells Hawks 6
Rockingham stayed in it until the end, but Gosnells pulled away late in a 6-4 victory on Sunday. The game was tied at four with the Hawks batting in the top of the ninth when Louis Scaramella singled on a 1-0 count, scoring one run.
Rockingham lost despite out-hitting Gosnells 12 to 10.
The Hawks got things started in the second inning when Jack Burt singled on a 1-0 count, scoring one run.
In the bottom of the fifth inning, the Rams tied things up at four with a sacrifice fly from David Nichols scoring one run.
Adam Millson earned the win for Gosnells, throwing five innings, allowing five hits and one run while striking out two and walking zero. Tomas Swinson took the loss for Rockingham. The hurler surrendered two runs on one hit over one inning.
Benn Grice started the game for Rockingham. Grice surrendered four runs on nine hits over eight innings, striking out one and walking one. Joshua Silvi started the game for Gosnells. The pitcher surrendered three runs on seven hits over four innings, striking out two and walking one
Rockingham socked one home run on the day. Cayden Nicoletto had a long ball in the third inning. The team had 12 hits total as Joshua Diggins went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead the way, with multiple hits from Chase Diggins and Cayden Hancock as well.
The Hawks tallied ten hits with two apiece for Robin Adamson, Jamie White and Lee Wisby. The team has a 6-7-2 record and plays Victoria Park Belmont next. Rockingham is 6-10 with the first game of 2021 at Morley.
Morley Eagles 3 v Wanneroo Giants 7
Morley stayed in it until the end, but Wanneroo pulled away late in a 7-3 victory on Sunday. The game was tied at three with the Giants batting in the top of the sixth when Daniel Stephenson singled on a 3-1 count, scoring two runs.
The Giants got things started in the second inning with Stephenson's single on a 1-0 count to score a run. Morley knotted the game up at three in the bottom of the fifth inning on an RBI single by Jesse Williams.
Wanneroo took the lead for good with four runs in the sixth inning, including a sacrifice fly from Nicholas Riley to score a run.
Jay Bullingham pitched the Giants to victory, giving up three runs on six hits over six innings, striking out eight and walking zero. Tom Bailey and Jackson Riley entered the game out of the bullpen.
Raleigh Pelkonen took the loss for Morley after he surrendered seven runs on six hits over five innings, striking out four.
Morley tallied seven hits on the day with two apiece to Williams and Kieran Chapman. Wanneroo saw the ball well, racking up seven hits in the game with two apiece for Nick Irwin and Stephenson.
Morley has a 10-3 record in second place and hosts the Swans at home next, while Wanneroo is at the top of the ladder with a 14-2 record going into the next round v Wembley.
Carine Cats 5 v Swan Districts Swans 4
Carine got out to a four-run lead in the fourth inning and held on for a 5-4 victory over the Swans on Sunday. Swan Distritcts tallied three runs in the comeback effort as Mitch Schofield, Dylan Bojarski and Kirk Peacock all picked up RBIs.
The Swans got things moving in the first with an RBI single from Schofield.
Cody Holt pitched Carine to victory. The fireballer surrendered four runs on eight hits over seven innings, striking out three. Tarrant Reimers threw two innings in relief out of the bullpen.
Tyson Noel took the loss for the Swans, allowing six hits and five runs over three and a third innings, striking out three and walking one.
Carine totaled 11 hits with two apiece for J Chandler, Holt, Chase Mitchell and Reimers. The Swans had eight hits in the game with Schofield and Dan Carter leading the way. Schofield went 3-for-4 as the Swans were sure-handed and didn't commit a single error. Carter made the most plays with eight.
Carine is 2-14 and plays the Braves next as the Swans are 6-8 with a game at Morley to start off the new year.
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Baseball WA is excited to announce the first of its partners for the 2021 Rays Showcase running from Sunday, 3 January – Friday, 15 January.
The Greg Jelks Baseball Development Fund will support the Rays Showcase with a $5,000 donation. The fund was created to honour and acknowledge the impact and career of storied Perth Heat player Greg Jelks and his contributions to baseball in Perth and Australia after his shock passing in January 2017.
Through a series of events, merchandise sales, memberships and generous donations, the Greg Jelks Baseball Development Fund has raised money over the last three years to support and benefit Western Australian baseball players that compete on the world stage.
As part of the fund’s support of the Rays Showcase, all players will receive an additional GJ44 training cap and one from the fund’s partner Cap America.
Jason Hewitt, co-founder and chairman of the Greg Jelks Baseball Development Fund, is excited to support the showcase. “Greg Jelks was an elite athlete from the time he was in high school in Alabama to his journey through the US Minor Leagues to the Major Leagues with the Phillies to representing his adopted country of Australia,” Hewitt said.
"The primary goal of the fund is to assist WA elite baseball players in high performance programs in honour of Greg, that is the reason the GJBD fund was created. Supporting elite programs such as the 2021 Rays Showcase in Perth is the ideal opportunity for the GJBD Fund to contribute to a program that will benefit the future of baseball players in Perth.”
“In light of the National U16 & U18 national tournaments being canceled in January 2021, this new initiative for the best 60 kids in Perth will provide a unique learning experience over 12 and gives the best young baseball players a taste of life as a professional baseball player without leaving the comforts of home.”
“The team at the GJBDF have worked hard to get the fund off the ground and we are very proud to be in a position to continue to contribute to the development of our local WA players and the costs associated with playing sport at the elite level.”
Catch all of the Rays Showcase action starting 4 January 2021 at Empire Stadium.
The national youth women’s program will have a new look in 2021 with an invitational event set to replace the Australian Youth Women’s Championship.
Under the move, which follows an extensive review of the Youth Women’s program, the best age group players will come together in a camp and competition format for five days.
Adelaide will host the invitational alongside the Australian Women’s Championship from 3-7 April next year.
Baseball Australia performance pathways and player development general manager Michael Crooks said the new format, which will no longer see state face state, had key benefits.
“The new format will provide significantly more time on field for the players, while providing an increased level of even competition,” Crooks said. “This will be surrounded by a coaching staff targeting development outcomes for a new generation of Emeralds players.”
Five games will be played across the invitational, which will also include training camp sessions and workshops.
An eight-week program established by the Emeralds coaching staff will help players prepare for the event.
Members of the Emeralds’ staff will also be on board in Adelaide supporting the players.
Expressions of interest to attend the event are now open and will close at midnight on December 31.
Applications to be involved as a coach are also open now.
Attending players must be at least 12 years of age prior to the commencement of the event but under the age of 16 years as of December 31.
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Baseball WA is proud to announce the 2021 Rays Showcase from Sunday, 3 January – Friday, 15 January.
With the support of major partners Tampa Bay Rays and Diamond Fitness, Baseball WA will offer an elite program endorsed by the MLB team in place of the cancelled 2021 Australian Youth Championship. The showcase schedule mimics professional spring training and the start of a minor league season with a focus on athlete development on and off the field.
Players will be surrounded by a range of opportunities to enhance their knowledge and abilities in key areas for success both locally and internationally.
“We are looking forward to an excellent Rays Showcase to start off a big year of baseball across the state,” Baseball WA CEO Lachlan Dale said. “While it’s a different format to previous years, this high performance opportunity is designed to give athletes extensive experience and exposure to further their development and help them reach their baseball ambitions. We are excited to offer our promising junior talent the chance to demonstrate their skills and continue improving on their path to success.”
Highlights of the 2021 Rays Showcase include:
Players will have access to over 20 of Western Australia's most elite coaches and past players including former professionals, Perth Heat and national team representatives: Tony Adamson, Jason Hewitt and Josh Kennelly to name a few.
A series of guest speakers will provide insight into the challenges that lay ahead and the skills to deploy when they arrive, and the team from Diamond will be on hand for all strength and conditioning needs.
Congratulations to all players named to the 2021 Rays Showcase roster – click HERE to view the full roster.
Photo: Braves Baseball Club
Two months down and a few more to go for the 2020/21 State League 1 season, with Wanneroo, Braves, Morley and South Perth leading the way. Check out recaps from this past week and view fixtures, results and standings HERE.
Braves Baseball Club 0 v Morley Eagles 1
Both teams were strong on the pitcher's mound on Friday, but Morley Eagles was just a little bit stronger at the plate in a victory over the Braves on Friday. Flynn McGahan made his State League 1 debut as starting pitcher for the Braves and recorded 12 outs as the team lost despite out-hitting the Eagles six to five.
One bright spot for the Braves was a single by Tim Kennelly in the first inning.
Lachy Southee earned the victory on the hill for Morley after giving up just two hits, no walks and two hits over three innings.
Alex Oehme took the loss for the Braves after surrendering one run on two hits over one inning, walking zero.
Raleigh Pelkonen started the game for Morley. The ace surrendered zero runs on four hits over four innings, striking out three.
McGahan lasted four innings, allowing three hits and zero runs while striking out one.
Kennelly led the Braves with two hits in three at bats. The Braves didn't commit a single error in the field as Ben Drew had nine chances in the field, the most on the team.
Braves Baseball Club 13 v Victoria Park Belmont Reds 0
Daniel Schmidt threw a shutout to lead the Braves past Victoria Park Belmont Reds 13-0 on Sunday.
The Braves opened up scoring in the first inning when Sam Kennelly homered on a 1-0 count, scoring two runs. They also scored six in the fourth inning with RBIs from Tim Kennelly, Cody Parkinson, Jaxon Date, Jack Rigden and Kennelly.
One bright spot for the Reds was a single by Joshua Greenham in the second inning.
Schmidt was credited with the victory for the Braves, giving up three hits and no runs in five innings with eight strikeouts.
Matthew Martin took the loss for the Reds, allowing 10 hits and nine runs over three innings, striking out three.
The Braves tallied total, with multiple for Kennelly, Jordan Dyer, Sean Garratt, Kevin Clark, and Rigden. Dyer and Kennelly each managed three hits to lead the team, which was great on defence too with no errors. Parkinson had the most chances in the field with nine.
Braves Baseball Club 13 v Victoria Park Belmont Reds 4
13 was the lucky number for the Braves on Sunday, especially as Tim Kennelly came to the ballpark and meant business, tallying four hits in a 13-4 win over Victoria Park Belmont Reds. Kennelly singled in the third, homered in the fourth and singled in the sixth.
The Braves earned the victory despite allowing the Reds to score three runs in the seventh inning. Jack Smalpage, William Truscott, and Matthew Reynolds each had RBIs in the frame.
The Braves originally got things moving in the first inning, when Corey Brown induced Jordan Dyer to hit into a fielder's choice as one run scored. The Reds knotted the game up at one in the top of the third inning as Joshua Greenham drew a walk, scoring one run.
The Braves pulled away for good with three runs in the fourth inning. Kennelly homered on a 2-0 count, scoring three runs.
The Braves scored nine runs in the sixth inning, led by home runs to Sam Kennelly and Ben Drew and a single by Kennelly.
Todd Hatcher pitched the Braves to victory. The lefthander surrendered one run on zero hits over three innings, striking out three. Broadee Binder and Alex Oehme entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close it out in relief.
Brown took the loss for the Reds after giving up four runs on seven hits over four innings, striking out two and walking zero.
Kennelly started the game for the Braves. The righty went two innings, allowing zero runs on one hit, striking out four and walking one.
The Braves smacked three home runs on the day. Kennelly went deep in the fourth and sixth innings and Drew went yard in the sixth too.
The Braves had 20 hits in the game with four apiece for the Kennelly brothers. They Braves didn't commit a single error in the field as Kevin Clark led with 13 chances.
Perth Baseball Club 1 v Rockingham Rams 3
Rockingham was just a little bit stronger at the plate in a victory over Perth on Sunday. Matt Sibley started the game for Perth and recorded 12 outs, but the team lost despite out-hitting Rockingham four to three.
Benn Grice was the winning pitcher for Rockingham. The ace surrendered one run on four hits over seven innings, striking out six and walking one.
Sibley took the loss for Perth. The pitcher surrendered two runs on one hit over four innings, striking out four.
Nathan Driessen, Jared Pirone, Jordano Vivona, and Aki Tsukaguchi all had one hit for Perth as the side was sure-handed in the field and didn't commit a single error. Pirone had the most chances in the field with nine.
Chase Diggins went 2-for-4 at the plate to lead Rockingham in hits.
Perth Baseball Club 4 v Rockingham Rams 1
Perth was victorious over Rockingham after getting the offense started in the second inning on a sacrifice fly from Matt Durbin.
Perth pulled away for good with two runs in the third inning as Jake White singled on a 0-2 count, scoring one run.
Guillaume Duguay got the start for Perth, throwing nine innings, allowing one run on eight hits, striking out nine and walking one.
Mitchell Nicoletto was on the hill for Rockingham. He allowed four hits and four runs over five innings, striking out two. Tomas Swinson threw three innings in relief.
White led Perth with two hits in three at bats while Rockingham had eight hits in the game. Chase Diggins, Joshua Diggins, and Nicoletto each racked up multiple hits and Diggins went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead the way.
Perth now has a 6-8 record before playing Victoria Park while Rockingham is 5-9 and plays Gosnells next.
Swan Districts Swans 3 v South Perth Cubs 4
Sunday's game against South Perth was a heartbreaker for Swan Districts Swans, as they lost the lead late in a 4-3 defeat. The game was tied at three with South Perth batting in the top of the sixth when Adam Barbarich's sacrifice fly scored one run.
Luke Mann earned the victory on the mound for South Perth, surrendering three runs on seven hits over six innings, striking out three. Jake Bowey threw one inning in relief out of the bullpen.
Riley Moore took the loss for the Swans. The pitcher allowed nine hits and four runs over seven innings, striking out two.
Brody Clarkson led the Swans with three hits in three at bats while the Cubs totaled nine hits, including multiple to Tanner McCarn and Kent Fitzgibbons.
Swan Districts Swans 3 v South Perth Cubs 6
Sunday's second game against South Perth was a heartbreaker for the Swans, as they lost the lead late in a 6-3 defeat. The game was tied at three with South Perth batting in the top of the eighth when Brett Walters singled on a 1-0 count, scoring one run.
The Swans got on the board in the first inning when Maddux Stivey doubled on a 1-2 count, scoring two runs.
In the top of the seventh inning, the Cubs tied things up at three before eventually taking the lead as Jake Bowey drove in one on a triple.
Will Sherriff was credited with the victory for South Perth. The hurler allowed zero hits and zero runs over three and a third innings, striking out six and walking zero.
Dillian Clarkson took the loss for the Swans. The lefthander went seven innings, allowing three runs on nine hits and striking out one.
Tyler Paull started the game for the Cubs, covering five and two-thirds innings, allowing three runs on five hits and striking out eight.
The Swans scattered five hits in the game. Dan Carter and Stivey had two apiece.
South Perth collected 14 hits on the day. Tanner McCarn, Caleb Goodwin, Aaron MacDonald, Bowey, and Walters all racked up multiple hits for South Perth. McCarn led the Cubs with three hits in five at bats.
The Swans are 6-7 heading into a game at Carine while the Cubs are 9-4 before playing the Braves.
Wembley Magpies 2 v Gosnells Hawks 1
Wembley seized victory in dramatic walk-off fashion, thanks to winning single at the end of the game to topple Gosnells Hawks. The game was tied at one with Wembley batting in the bottom of the seventh when Nick Alexiou singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.
The pitching was strong on both sides. Alexiou struck out nine, while Adam Millson sat down three.
The Hawks knotted the game up at one in the top of the fifth inning as Robin Adamson drove in one when Adamson singled.
Alexiou got the win for Wembley as the righty allowed two hits and one run over seven innings, striking out nine.
Millson took the loss for the Hawks, covering six and two-thirds innings, allowing eight hits and two runs while striking out three.
Wembley totaled eight hits, including two apiece for Sandon Isle and Jose Miguel Fuentes. Wembley was sure-handed in the field and didn't commit a single error as Adam Van Brakel made the most plays with nine.
Wembley Magpies 4 v Gosnells Hawks 16
Wembley had a walk-off win in the first game but it was a different story in the second game as the Magpies lost 16-4 to Gosnells.
Wembley got things started in the first inning when Chris Crawford doubled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.
Gosnells brought home two runs in the fourth, when Ryan Smith's sac fly scored one run and Robin Adamson singled on a 1-2 count, scoring another.
Gosnells scored seven runs in the fifth inning with RBIs from Smith, Adamson, and Liam Collins.
Kane Silvi pitched Gosnells to victory. He surrendered four runs on four hits over seven innings, striking out four and walking one.
Braxton Conroy took the loss for Wembley. The pitcher lasted one and two-thirds innings, allowing three hits and four runs.
Crawford started the game for the Magpies as the hurler went two and a third innings, allowing one run on two hits and striking out three.
The Hawks tallied two home runs on the day. Collins put one out in the fifth and Jack Burt had a long ball in the sixth.
Riley Spring went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead the Magpies in hits. Gosnells tallied 16 hits in the game, with multiple to Joshua Silvi, Adamson, Burt, Jamie White, and Collins. Silvi led the Hawks with four hits in five at bats.
The Hawks are now 5-7-2 in fifth place ahead of a Sunday game at Rockingham, while Wembley is 4-10 before playing Morley.
Wanneroo Giants 4 v Carine Cats 1
Wanneroo enjoyed a win on Sunday to the tune of 4-1 over Carine.
Jay Bullingham got the start for the Giants, allowing two hits and one run over five innings, striking out six.
Tarrant Reimers led things off on the hill for Carine. The hurler lasted six innings, allowing three hits and four runs while striking out three.
Wanneroo smacked one home run on the day as Nick Irwin went long in the sixth inning.
Irwin, Madison Beaird, and Byron Armstrong all had one hit to lead Wanneroo.
Carine was sure-handed in the field and didn't commit a single error. Declan Phillips had the most chances in the field with ten.
Wanneroo Giants 11 v Carine Cats 1
Wanneroo blew out Carine 11-1 in the second game on Sunday.
The Giants tallied four runs in the fourth inning, with RBIs by Daniel Stephenson, Owen Pilcher, and Nick Irwin.
Tom Bailey got the start for Wanneroo. The righthander surrendered one run on two hits over five innings, striking out eight and walking one.
Cody Holt was on the pitcher's mound for Carine. The pitcher allowed three hits and two runs over three innings, striking out one and walking zero. Declan Phillips and Cameron Landy entered the game in relief, throwing two and a third innings and one and two-thirds innings respectively.
The Giants launched one home run on the day as Byron Armstrong went yard in the sixth inning. They saw the ball well, racking up 12 hits in the game. Madison Beaird, Irwin, Blake Monaghan, and Pilcher all collected multiple hits for Wanneroo. Beaird went 3-for-5 at the plate to lead the side in hits. He also led with two out of Wanneroo's five stolen bases.
In addition to the solid offense, Wanneroo was also good on defence with no errors. Courtney Jones had 11 chances in the field, the most on the team.
Carine has a 1-14 record going into the next game v Swan Districts, while Wanneroo is 13-2 and plays Morley next.
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