Six Nations Squirts showing steady improvement

The Six Nations Squirts provided for fans lots of clutch hits and some stellar defence in Friday night home action against Dunnville. (Photo by Neil Becker)(Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Writer Six Nations Squirt’s boy’s assistant coach Sam Squire has been strongly encouraged by what she has seen on the ball field. Though they dropped a 16-8 slug fest during Friday night action at home against Dunnville; Squire still couldn’t say enough good things about the steady improvements of her team. “We’ve been doing better each game,” Squire said. “The team has been coming together every practice. We’ve been fielding better and having good at bats.” After surrendering five runs, Six Nations sliced into that deficit as they responded with two first inning runs courtesy of clutch RBI hits from Cooper Anderson which scored Brylin Van Every and Chase Maracle whose RBI ringing single platted Cooper Anderson with that crucial second run. Despite some chances Six…

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