Western suburbs travel to Hervey Bay for round two softball action

Amelia Weir gets the ball back in.

By Brendan Bowers

Round two of the Coral Coast and Hervey Bay Softball competition was in full swing on Saturday, with Bundaberg and Hervey Bay hosting matches.

Western Suburbs struck out on the highway to play their games in Hervey Bay.

In the under-12s competition, United Sparks defeated Waves Mariners 9-2 while Terrors easily accounted for the Western Suburbs Jaguars 14-6.

In under-14 action, it was a win to Waves Torpedoes over the Bargara Bandicoots 14-4, while United Blaze defeated Waves Riptides 15-6.

In Hervey Bay, terrors defeated the Western Suburbs Tigers 13-3.

The Waves Waveriders defeated the Bargara Broncs 18-7 in the under-16s with United TNT proving too strong for Waves Drifters 9-5.

Terrors accounted for the Western Suburbs Lions 16-1.

The B Ladies competition saw a win for the Western Suburbs Panthers over Terrors Blue 7-5, with United Inferno beating United Crossfire 18-4.

The Waves Seashells were no match for the Bargara Leopards losing 19-4.

The Western Suburbs Cougars defeated Terrors Yellow 7-3.

It was a 6-6 draw between United Flame and the Bargara Bulls, while Waves Cutters went down 9-1 to Waves Cruisers in the B Men’s competition.

Terrors also won over Western Suburbs Lynx 8-6.

There were no A Ladies fixtures this weekend.

In A Men’s, Maryborough Wests defeated Misfits 4-2 and Terrors 7-0.

Waves Schooners got over the line in the other match by beating United Heat 4-3.