Six Nations Squirt Boys rally falls short

The Six Nations Squirt Boys had lots of key hits but couldn’t pull out a victory against Fisherville during league action. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Writer Showing strong resiliency, the Six Nations Squirt Boys were not about to quit. Looking to build off their win against Dunville, the Six Nations bats came to life in an entertaining final inning as they posted four runs but still fell short by an 18-6 score against Fisherville. “We’re not doing great, but I just like to be with my friends and it’s (playing ball), fun,” Six Nations Boden Hill, the starting pitcher said. “I think we should get more hits. We’ve been working on our hitting. It’s a real big honour being on this team and I don’t care if we lose. I just like to have fun.” Though they lost Six Nations had an exciting ending which had them encouraging each other as…

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