Yokohama (Japan), July 24 (EFE) .- The Canadian team that beat Australia 7-1 this Saturday in the softball tournament of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics in Tokyo 2020 has eight victories.
Canada led the way by hitting three runs in the first and second innings. Jenna Keira, Canada’s second reliever of the winning pitcher, threw four innings, two thirds of two wins and three strikeouts; The loser is Australian starter Ellen Roberts.
Australia took the lead in the first innings. The opening pitcher Sarah Cronwagen loaded the Jade Wall sidewalks and walked with an out, which allowed Stacy Porter to score 1-0.
Canada responded with three runs. Roberts started the game with a walk to Victoria Howard, who scored 1-1 with Larissa Franklin on the error of third paceman Stacey Porter. Jen Saling’s double-center field sent home Kelsey Harshman and Larissa Franklin 3-1 on the scoreboard.
Second, Janet Leung was in solidarity for the shortstop and hit the rubber 4-1 for first place at Kelsey Harshman’s Ground.
Erica then scored a double on the Politburo center field, which took Harshman and Howard home 6-1 on the scoreboard. In fourth place, an Emma Endsminger made it to the final 7-1 on a single first left field.
Erica Politori, the best batsman for the Canadians, went 3-2 with a pair of Reserve Banks.
Canada placed themselves in the middle game of the leaders of Japan and the United States with two wins and one defeat.
The Japanese will face Italy and the United States against Mexico this Saturday.
Notes by ticket
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 CHE
Australia 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 6 2
Canada 3 3 0 1 0 0 0 7 8 8
Won: Jenna Keira (1-1).
Lost: Ellen Roberts (0-1) .EFE
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