Resilient Mill Pond Maulers celebrate Masters gold

It was a comeback for the ages as the Millpond Maulers managed to overcome a six run second inning deficit in coming back to strike championship gold against a tough Sour Springs team to win the Six Nations Fall Fair Masters Ball Tournament. (Photo By Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports News It’s pretty clear that the hard hitting Millpond Maulers squad doesn’t know the meaning of quit. Though they found themselves in a bleak situation trailing 6-0 after one, Millpond’s bats began to display that loud thunder as they eventually pulled of the ultimate comeback in defeating Sour Springs by a 9-6 nail bitter in clinching gold at this year’s Six Nations Fall Fair Master ball tournament. “This was lots of fun,” Millpond pitcher Wayne Green said. “Of course it gets competitive. Everyone wants to win.” Reflecting on that dramatic win, which saw them tie things up in the fifth before enthusiastically celebrating seconds later as Ben Henry scampered home with what would be the eventual tournament winning run, Green commented, “Our sticks (bats) came alive…

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