HIT: Lynx player Jason Cousins.
HIT: Lynx player Jason Cousins. Paul Donaldson BUN051116SOFT7

Lynx hungry for more victories

THE Western Suburbs Lynx believe their first win of the season last week will help them to finish their season in style.

Beating the Bargara Bulls 10-7, the side ended what was a tough few weeks for all involved in men's softball, including four straight forfeits with players unavailable because of work.

Lynx treasurer Angela Rohdmann said the win last week showed the team was back on the right track.

"This has been a rebuilding season but to get that first win shows that the hard work is there,” she said.

"The team is in very good spirits.”

Rohdmann said the side had what it takes to remain competitive.

"It just goes to show what we can be capable of if we have the players,” she said.

The Lynx will be looking for back-to-back wins when they take on the Bargara Bombers tomorrow.

In other matches, The Waves Schooners will face the Brothers United Heat and The Waves Cruisers will take on Brothers United Flames.

In the final match, top-four sides the Bargara Bulls and the South Sluggers/Eels will battle it out.

In the women's competition, the North Bundaberg Eels face The Waves Tsunamis and the Bargara Bullets play Brothers United.

Games start tomorrow at 2pm at Frank Coulthard Oval.

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