Cosmos will host their first beginners camp on 7th November at 3pm in Nemo Rangers Indoor Astro. No experience or equipment needed, just sport gear and a bottle of water.Open to all adults 16 and over. Our youths program will be starting 14th November at the same venue.
Cosmos finished their first full season in the Baseball Ireland league with a creditable 8 wins and 5 losses. The squad and profile of the club continued to grow with new players added and an agreement in place with the Munster Agricultural Society https://www.corksummershow.com/ to host home games at the Munster Showgrounds in Curaheen for the next 5 years.
Cosmos will begin their 2022 season preaparation at Nemo Rangers http://www.nemorangers.ie indoor Astro Hall on Sunday 7th November at 3pm. It is hoped to commence youth training at the same venue on Sunday 14th November – also at 3pm.
Cosmos and Red Rox fought out an epic battle at Munster Showgrounds yesterday. With the game tied at 18-18 after 9 innings and the time limit passed, the count back rule came into play and Cosmos were awarded the win. A great game played in a good spirit with some excellent batting from both sides.
With the bases loaded in the bottom of the last inning, Titans pulled off a superb double play to seal the win.
Cosmos had raced into a 7-1 lead after 3 with Alec Schmidt excellent on the hill again for Cosmos. Titans young pitcher David Linn steadied himself after two rocky opening innings and the game was finely balanced after 5 with Cosmos leading 9-5. Excellent batting from a young Titans outfit saw them lead 21-14 with the Cosmos at-bat in the final innings. Cosmos tacked on one more and some excellent work with the bat left the bases loaded and the game in the balance but superb fielding from the Titans helped them maintain their unbeaten start to the season.
Highlights for Cosmos were short stop Filip Zakrocki with a in the park gone-run and Alec Schmidt with 8 earned runs.
Cosmos will have to dust themselves off and make the long trip to Portmarnock next weekend to face Red Rox
Table-toppers Ashbourne Titans make the trip south to face Cork Cosmos at the Cork Showgrounds on Saturday 17th July. 2nd in the table, Cosmos will have their work cut out against the undefeated Titans. Fist pitch is high-noon.
Cosmos continued their solid start to the season with a hard-fought 21-11 victory over the Spartans B at Corkagh Park,Dublin on Saturday. Two evenly matched teams saw the game finely balanced, but in the 6th inning Lukas ‘eye-catch’ Odendaal broke the game open with a superb grand-slam HR. Spartans battled back again but excellent pitching a from Alec Schmidt, with his 3rd scoreless inning of the day, brought it home for the Cosmos. Next up for the Cosmos is a top of the table clash with the undefeated Ashbourne Titans at the Munster Showgrounds, Curaheen.
Cosmos good start to their season continued with a 25-10 victory over Belfast Buccaneers at Corkagh Park on Saturday last. Both teams fielded a blend of youth and experience and after a tight opening Cosmos bats started firing to help them pull away. Alec Schmidt produced another solid performance on the mound for the Cosmos. Next up is a tough away trip to Corkagh Park to face an improving Spartans side.
Cork Cosmos got their second season off to a flyer with a 20-3 victory over the Dublin Hurricanes. Pitcher Alec Schmidt was the star of the show with 4 scoreless innings. Next up for the Cosmos is a long trip north to Corkagh Park to face the Comets.
We are delighted to welcome Dublin City Hurricanes to the Munster Showgrounds for the season opener – first pitch high noon on Saturday.