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HomeSportBaseballMaking Waves: Beaches boys crack baseball's U/12 World Series

Making Waves: Beaches boys crack baseball’s U/12 World Series

Four boys from the Northern Beaches are playing for the Aussie Waves baseball team in the prestigious Cal Ripken (Major70) World Series international tournament in Branson, Missouri.

Kai Harris and Sylas Casper-Richardson (both of Forest Baseball) and Jack Kelly and Jesse Hanrahan (both Pittwater Baseball) are competing for the Waves on Branson’s Ballparks of America artificial turf fields.

After going down to Nassau 4-2 early on Saturday morning (Sydney time), the boys take on Calgary under the lights of St Louis Stadium at 7pm local or the prime viewing time of 10am Sunday AEST. FULL STORY AND HOW TO WATCH THEM LIVE HERE >>

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