Over the past few weeks, the Abaco Softball Association Women’s Championships Games wrapped up with the Abaco Groceries Diamond Dollz emerging as the Abaco women’s champions once again.
The Bahamas Men’s National Softball Team recently travelled to the World Baseball Softball Confederation’s (WBSC) 10th Pan American Championship at the Juan Pablo Duarte Olympic Center in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Among the team players were 5 Star Ag and Turf Bulldogs players – Lyle Sawyer, ace pitcher and National …
The Abaco Softball Association’s (ASA) Playoffs continued on Sept. 15 with a game between the Latema Boys Constructionairs and the Divine Construction Sharks. Holding the hot bat for the Constructionairs was Right Fielder Daniel Adams and Centerfielder Troy Bullard, who both went 2-for-3 with 22B and three RBIs. Oscar “Togo” …
On June 16, the Divine Construction Sharks took on the Nagico Insurance Sluggers at the Murphy Town Ball Field. Sharks player Troy Bullard went 3-for-4 with six runs batted in (RBIs). The winning pitcher was Jason Scott who delivered eight strikeouts, four runs, and six hits.
Softball games continued on the weekend of June 9-10 following the cancellation of games on June 1 because of rainy weather.
Representing Abaco in this year’s Bahamas Softball Federation (BSF) National Round Robin Tournament were the 5 Star Ag & Turf Bulldogs and Major Pains. Sponsored by BTC, the tournament took place November 4-6 at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex in New Providence.
After two weeks of games being rained out during the month of June, the Abaco Softball Association’s (ASA) game schedule resumed on June 24.
The long-awaited Abaco Softball Association (ASA) 2016 Softball Season finally kicked off on May 27-28. The women’s league introduced a new team from Fox Town called the Little Abaco Flowers, and welcomed back Major Pain and the Lady Legends.
According to Abaco Softball Association (ASA) President Haziel McDonald, the 2016 Softball Season opening is set for May 20. So far, there are five men’s softball teams and three women’s softball teams looking to join the league.
As of Sept. 26, 5 Star Ag & Turf Bulldogs and Lady Legends have advanced to the Abaco Softball Association (ASA) championships with both teams enjoying a 4-0 winning streak.