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BASEBALL CANADA – AJAX, Ontario – After taking the first two games of the pre U-18 World Cup series, Canada has dropped three consecutive contests to Australia including a 5-2 defeat this evening.

Canada fell into a deep hole after Australia built a 5-0 lead after four and couldn’t generate enough offence to climb back into the game. Clayton Keyes (Calgary, AB) and Victor Cerny (Winnipeg, MB) picked up two hits apiece as Canada outhit Australia for the second consecutive game.

Box Score: Australia 5 Canada 2

With neither team recording a hit through he first two innings, the Aussies caught a break and used some small ball to score the game’s first run. A Jason Willow (Victoria, BC) error put the leadoff hitter on before a sacrifice bunt moved him to second.  A double to left followed by a two-out triple gave the Australians a 2-0 lead.

Starter Eric Cerantola (Oakville, ON) and Canada fell into a deeper hole in the fourth with three more Australian runs crossing the plate. A lead off walk, followed by back-to-back one out singles scored one before Noah Naylor’s (Mississauga, ON) throwing error brought in two more.

Canada received some luck of their own in the sixth and took advantage after Edouard Julien (Québec, QC) reached on a dropped fly ball and came around to score on Noah Naylor’s double to centre. The second Aussie error of the inning, a throwing error, allowed Clayton Keyes (Calgary, AB) to trot home from third base.

Harley Gollert (Toronto, ON) replaced Cerantola with two out in the fourth, recorded a strikeout then proceeded to throw three scoreless innings. He allowed just two hits and struck out three.

Tate Dearing (White Rock, BC) struck out one batter in a perfect eighth before Jaden Griffin (Lower Sackville, NS) fanned two in a perfect ninth.

The series resumes on Saturday, August 26th  (1pm ET) and runs though Sunday, August 27th with all games being played at Audley Ballpark (2001 Audley Rd. Ajax, ON), the same site that hosted the Pan Am Games in 2015. Admission is free for all games.

Baseball Canada is providing live scoring for all seven games.


Monday             21 Aug           Australia U18 2    @        Canada U18  3           7PM

Tuesday             22 Aug           Canada U18 8      @         Australia U18 2         7PM

Wednesday       23 Aug           Australia U18 3    @        Canada U18 2           7PM

Thursday           24 Aug           Canada U18 4     @         Australia U18 6        7PM

Friday                 25 Aug           Australia U18 5    @        Canada U18 2          7PM

Saturday            26 Aug           Canada U18      @         Australia U18                1PM

Sunday              27 Aug           Australia U18    @        Canada U18                    1PM

Useful links: 

Canada Selection Camp Roster
Australia U-18 Roster
Selection Camp Schedule
WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup Schedule

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