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Double header will be tough test

By Gary Caffell

The unbeaten record of Kuripuni Sports Bar Giants will be put to the test when matches in the Inter-City premier two men’s softball competition continue this weekend.

Tomorrow will see Giants take on Kapiti Coast at Paraparaumu while on Sunday they will play host to Newlands at South Park in Masterton.

Kapiti Coast have won two of their three games to date while Newlands, like Giants, have yet to taste defeat.

“Double headers are always tough and these two games are really going to test our boys,” Giants spokesman Allan Clarke said.

“They don’t seem to mind pressure though so I’m hopeful they can keep that unbeaten run going.”

The Giants women’s team are also unbeaten this season but then so is their opponent at Taita Drive tomorrow, Totara Park Gold, so another close game is on the cards.

The depth of batting in the Giants squad might make all the difference in this Hutt Valley major B fixture.

The Hutt Valley President’s grade clash between Giants and Demons, also at Taita Drive, should result in victory to Giants if recent form is any indication while the Apache Jack Giants under-15s will have a battle royal with Totara Park Blue at South Park tomorrow in a game scheduled to start at 10.30am.

Both teams have the perfect record of three wins from three games and there should be little between them.

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