We are delighted to announce that https://www.iimplus.com/ have agreed to be our sponsor for this year. If you have a chance if you could take a look at their website it would be hugely appreciated as they offer a fantastic service. In these difficult times their support has helped ensure that we can continue toContinue reading “Partnership for upcoming season”
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”
Friendly v Ashbourne 2019
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”
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”
http://www.instagram.com/p/CExYSAvjDY8/ Cosmos get their maiden win with a hard fought 20-9 battle with the Dublin Hurricanes in a rain interrupted game at Corkagh Park today.
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”