We’re sorry

In our match report of the Belfast Bucs game I wrote ‘One particularly unique interpretation of the obstruction rule by umpire (insert name here) went against catcher Michael O’Callaghan and resulted in a run being scored‘. It has come to my attention that(insert name here) was not in fact the umpire to make the contentiousContinue reading “We’re sorry”

Mariners too good for Cosmos

Cosmos(Cork, not New York) made the long journey north from the ‘real capital’ to the current actual capital for a difficult double-header against the Mariners (Bray,not Seattle) on Saturday last but were soundly beaten by the league leaders in both fixtures by scores of 10-0 and 19-9. Excellent submarine pitching by Mariners Alex Capraru sawContinue reading “Mariners too good for Cosmos”

Maiden win for the Cosmos

Cosmos got their maiden win of the season with a hard fought 20-9 victory over Hurricanes B at Corkagh Park on Saturday last. In the first game of the day Cosmos narrowly lost out 20-16 to Spartans B. Cosmos 16 Spartans B 20 Cosmos made the long journey north to Clondalkin for the double-header withContinue reading “Maiden win for the Cosmos”

Cosmos fall 15-6 to Belfast Bucs

Despite a vastly improved performance, Cosmos search for their maiden win continued with a hard-fought 15-8 loss to a vastly experienced Belfast Buccaneers side at the International BaseBall Centre on Saturday last. Cosmos started quickly with some clever base-stealing from star performer Filip Zakrocki and Thomas Billi. Catcher Michael O’Callaghan drew 3 walks with anContinue reading “Cosmos fall 15-6 to Belfast Bucs”