The boys of Massachusetts were up to the task this weekend as both the Live Oaks and Essex Nine defeated the Flemington Neshanock of Flemington, NJ. The local nines could not have asked for two better days of vintage base ball action, as the setting of Fort Warren on Georges Island is the perfect spot for vintage base ball action. For the Live Oaks the two wins on Saturday makes five in a row for the feisty club. The Essex Nine was happy to regain their winning ways on Sunday with two impressive wins, including a shut out in the second game. The scores were lost of the ferry ride back to Hingham but the Organization is happy to have had the Flemington guys make the trip up and look forward to seeing them in the future, there is not a finer group of players and we are happy to have added new friends.
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Lynn hopes to continue its winning ways on Sunday July 27th as they take on the Melrose Pondfielders at Seaside Park in Marblehead, MA. The games begin at 11am.
114E into Marblehead. When you reach the intersection 114 and Humphrey St. in Marblehead, Marblehead High School will be in front of you. Take a left at this light. At the second set of lights after this, take a right onto Ocean Ave. At the set of lights, take a left onto Atlantic Ave/129. Field is called Seaside Park. It is about a half mile down on the right, across from the police station, which is on your left. Park in the large lot across the street from the park.