by Namur Angels, www.namur-angels.be
Brasschaat got on the board in the first inning, taking advantage of a two-out error. In the third inning, the Braves extended the lead to two with a solo home run from Sim Ruts . The Angels responded with one run in the bottom half of the inning. Adrien Geuquet led off with a double and was brought around by a Harry Clark single. Namur took the lead in the fourth inning with a two-run homer by Ludovic Guequet. However, Brasschaat came back with two in the fifth, off yet another home run from Ruts. The Braves never looked back and the final score of the game was 7-3. Starter Aaron Brandt took the tough loss for Namur, going eight strong while giving up 2 earned runs and striking out 5.
In Game Two, the Angels got the scoring started with one run in the second inning off a single from Adrien Lamotte. The Braves came back with two in the bottom of the third, thanks to an RBI triple from Ruts and a run-scoring single from Alberto Valerio. After Namur tacked on runs in the third and fifth, Brasschaat scored three in the top of the sixth. The Angels would answer right back with two runs of their own, tying the score at five. However, they would get no closer, as the Braves scored eight runs over the last two innings and won 13-5.
Outfielder Nick Gentili led the Angels with four hits on the day, while Ludovic Geuquet contributed another three knocks.