Greater London Softball Mixed League

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From the Majors (Week 5)

Report from the Majors:

GLSML Majors Division 1 continues to be dominated by MI6, defeating everyone in their path although LNZ are hot on their heels half a game back, with their only loss to the unbeaten leaders. Raiders Gold are yet to break their duck for the season, but should take stock from the fact that they were competitive in two of their three games.

In majors 2, it once again seems it could be anyone’s with teams all taking points off eachother. With some games to catch up, Private Is are 3 from 3, holding that much coveted promotion spot, beating Meteors Purple, OddSox and Fuzzy Ducks along their way. The Mob picked up their first win in Majors 2 beating Meteors Purple 15 – 10 after some promising performances.

In majors 3 there appears to be an early split with the top 3 of Mouse Rat, Pirates and Base Invaders breaking away from the peloton. Will Mouserat suffer from a post nuptuals hangover or continue with their unbeaten run?

From the Minors (Week 3)

Welcome to the first weekly update from the GLSML season. Three weeks in, and all four divisions are impossible to call! Only three of our 29 teams have failed to get a win so far.

In Minors 1, the circular victories have started already. Nobody is 3 out of 3, and the leaders, whoever they may be, are still positioned amongst the peloton. The Voodoos should consider themselves unlucky to have not won a game, keeping all three of their losses relatively close.

In Minors 2, we have two unbeaten teams, with Game of Throws sneaking past potential promotion candidates Soft Boiled last week. Base Jumpers are 2 from 2 and will be looking to bounce back into Minors 1 by the end of the year. Golden Sombreros will be hoping their early season siesta is finished as the Minors 2 newcomers have found it a difficult start.

In Minors 3, we have two unbeaten teams, with The Mafia looking like the early pace-setters, scoring 61 runs in the process. High Voltage will be looking to chase them as they catch up on rearranged fixtures in hand.

In Minors 4, the Brew Jays lead the way, sneaking past Meteors Green, 26-25. The Parrots have only one loss, to the table-topping Brew Jays. All of the GLSML new teams now have a victory to their name, Beavers beating Meteors Green, BYOB beating Beavers, and Meteors Green beating Raiders Orange. Congratulations to them, and here’s to many more wins!