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Fate B trounces Synnix in latest outing

12 January 2017

Fate players line up to start the game.

By Emz Frial

The all-Filipina softball team, Fate, has again scored victory at the ongoing Hong Kong Softball Association’s. The latest to yield to Fate’s superior might was local team, Synnix, during their game on Dec. 18 at Shek Kip Mei field.

The brave Filipinas kept piling up points, although a slight error allowed the rival team to break the spell briefly. Fate won the game, 19-2 against Synnix.

Fate as the away team started the game. A throwing error by Synnix pitcher Leung Ling Yi allowed batter Ynez Badajos to take a free walk to first base. Myra Japitana who was up next hit the ball and ran to first base, while Badajos moved to second base. Don Gaborno then blasted the ball to the left outfield, allowing her to run up to second base, while Badajos dashed to home base and Japitana stayed on third.

Unluckily, batter Ma. Eva Mendez was caught on the first base with a pass ball from third baseman Lai Hiu Chui to first baseman Wong Wai Yin. Rubieline Ondayang smashed the ball to the center outfield, then ran to first base. Gaborno moved to third base and Japitana quickly ran to home base. Gaborno later managed to reach the home base unhampered. Later Ondayang ran to home base but was caught before she reached the base. Romela Osabel scored another point.

Synnix then took its turn to bat. However, none of the first three batters managed to step the bases. A fast ball of pitcher Gaborno caught the two batters standing out while the other one was stopped on first base. The first inning ended on a score of 4-0 for Fate.

In the second inning, Fate added six more points, to make the score 10-0 against Synnix. Those who scored for Fate were Editha Hidalgo, Eunice Locop, Badajos, Japitana, Mendez and Osabel.
Fate added three more points in the third inning via Hidalgo, Badajos and Japitana.

The locals became alive when they took their turn to bat, while Fate’s defense turned shaky. A throwing error by first baseman Osabel to third baseman Badajos gave the locals a chance to gain two points through Leung Ling Yi and Pan Ying. The third inning closed on a score of 13-2 in Fate’s favor.

In the fourth inning,  Fate piled up six more points courtesy of Badajos, Maribel Sitchon, Gaborno, Osabel, Octaviano and Rose Blanco.

Synnix did not take its turn to bat at the fourth inning since time was running up. The game ended with Fate’s total score at 19, and Synnix at two.

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