HASTINGS River Pirates had a day out at Blackbutt Park on Sunday, registering both A and B-grade Hastings Baseball Association grand final victories.
The Pirates belted Port Macquarie Spartans 14-2 in A-grade after their B-grade side had started the day off on the right note for the club with a 10-8 win.
Pirates president David Boyton said it was their second title win in three years in a match that was over as a contest quite early.
"The first dig or two was pretty tight but then they fell apart with their fielding in the second innings a little bit," he said.
"It's our first title in two years; everyone was rock solid - we didn't really have a standout.
"Everyone did their job to perfection."
Gavin Carney was strong on the mound while Brett Dubar was awarded as the best player of the grand final.
"Gavin had the ball on a string," Boyton said.
"We were pretty dominant, but they dropped their heads a little bit."
Before the match Boyton felt they held the edge in experience in grand finals and that was how it played out.
"We've been around for a while so everyone goes out and has fun, we don't get nervous," he said.
"You only learn that through experience."
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