The National, Monday November 11th, 2013
By KYMLIE KARANI
WOLVES continued their top shelf form in the Port Moresby Women’s Softball competition upsetting United Sisters 10-6 on Saturday.
The Wolves shored up by former internationals Margaret Tobolton, Stephanie Manning and Hennie Warpin held last year’s finalists.
United Sisters lacked focus at the start when they let the Wolves slip away with seven runs in the first two innings.
Pitcher, Tobolton was key to their win with her powerhouse pitches that caused errors for the Sisters batters.
Sisters started off slow with their batting seeing Tessie Komek, Claire Wutt and Milcah Xkenjik struggle to hit balls.
Wutt managed to smuggle a run in when Xkenjik set one of Tobolton’s deliveries rolling into the in-field.
But Wolves maintained their energy as they were ahead.
The should also be put down on their batting line-up in particular Anita Kisakau, Manning and Evangeline Siriman.
Sisters regrouped and came back in the last two innings by scoring five more runs to close the gap but Wolves but could not make up the margin in time.
In the top of the fifth inning, Wolves went ahead scoring another two runs to take their tally to 10 runs while Sisters failed to score a point.