Titans - Double A's

Pre-Season (all games 2 hours long)

Date Opponent Location
8th April Midlands Spring League TBC Western Park
15th April Midlands Spring League TBC Western Park 
22rd April Midlands Spring League TBC Western Park 

Main Season

Date Opponent Location
29th April Leicester Away
6th May Bristol Away
13th May  Cambridge  Away
20th May    
27th May  Leicester Home
3rd June Bristol Home
10th June  Cambridge Home
17th June (Fathers Day)  
24th June Leicester Home
1st July Bristol Away
8th July Cambridge Away
15th July    
22nd July Leicester Away
29th July Bristol Home
5th Aug Cambridge Home
12th Aug    

Double A rules

All fixtures will be double headers and will be seven inning games.  They are NOT timed games and the mercy rule comes into effect after five innings (leading by ten or more). Everything else is as last season.

 

Tomahawks - Single A's

Date Opponent Location
29th April Cambridge Home
6th May Northants Home
13th May     
20th May Long Eaton Away
27th May  Birmingham Away
3rd June Cambridge Away
10th June  Northants Away
17th June (Fathers Day)  
24th June    
1st July Long Eaton Home
8th July Birmingham Away
15th July Cambridge Home
22nd July Northants Home
29th July    
5th Aug Long Eaton  Away
12th Aug Birmingham Home

Single A rules

  • All fixtures are double headers and will be seven inning games, two hour timed games (which ever happens first).  The umpire will declare that the next inning is the final inning of the game with around twenty minutes to go.  
  • All innings apart from the 'final inning' will have a five-run limit to reduce long innings.
  • The 'final inning' will have no run limit.
  • Games can therefore end up lasting more than two hours, but time is a guideline
  • If a pitcher pitches a complete game in the first game they may NOT pitch in the second game. If not, a pitcher may throw a total of five innings between two games.
  • In the event of a complete game lasting more than five innings a pitcher can continue to throw until the end.  They may not throw in the second game.
  • There is no mercy rule in Single A

The primary purpose for Single A is to promote the development of players. Pursuant to the developmental focus, the managers of the other clubs in the Single A have pledged to do their best to ensure all fixtures take place, so if a team does not have sufficient players, the other team will lend them players for the game.