HIT: Mayor Jack Dempsey helped the Schooners win.
HIT: Mayor Jack Dempsey helped the Schooners win. Paul Donaldson BUN040217SOF4

Finals race heats up in men's softball

THE Waves Schooners have moved into the top four of the men's Bundaberg softball competition after a win over their team-mates.

They defeated The Waves Cruisers 16-3 at Frank Coulthard Oval on Saturday to move to third on the ladder.

In other results, the Brothers Heat qualified for the finals with a 7-4 win over their team-mates the Flames and the Bargara Bombers lost 13-5 to South Sluggers/Eels.

Western Suburbs Lynx recorded their first win of the year in a 10-7 victory over the Bargara Bulls.

In the women's competition, North Bundaberg is the new outright leader after smashing Bargara 14-4.

The Waves Tsunamis won 13-7 over Brothers United.



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