Martians took down undefeated ladder leaders Suiside 8-7 in men’s division one of the Geraldton Softball Association on Friday. Both teams demonstrated excellent pitching, with Cooper Jefferies for Suiside and Tane Brott for Martians showing great consistency. Brott, with 12 strikeouts, and Luke Valenti, with three safe hits and two double baggers, played key roles in Martians’ success. Rams smashed Blaze, who are still struggling to pick up their first win, 7-0. In division one women’s games, Rams maintained their 100 per cent record with a convincing 14-7 win over Marlins. Rams coach Dion Harrison praised his team’s performance, emphasising their depth and resilience in the absence of key players. Martians faced a double-header against Pi’s and Suiside on Saturday evening. Taking a win 7-3 win against Suiside with a sixth inning effort, Martians’ Shannon Dillon batted well, contributing with three singles. Martians however suffered a loss against Pi’s Panthers, going down 16-8 in the fifth inning due to the mercy rule. Pi’s displayed superb batting in the first inning, scoring 15 runs before Martians managed to end the inning, Kyle Morgan and Natalie Wisewould performed exceptionally well for the victors. In division two men’s games, Blaze had an impressive start to the week, beating Marlins 9-1. Blaze continued their success with a second double-header against Martians Black on Saturday afternoon, securing a good 11-2 victory. Martians Red ended their game against Rams in a 6-6 draw while Suiside beat an improving Gunduwa side, winning 11-5 in a closely contested match with only 12 safe hits throughout. There were blowouts across the board in women’s divisions two and three, with Marlins dominating on the diamond, defeating Pi’s Panthers 26-4. Suiside maintained their top position on the ladder with a 17-4 win over Martians. In women’s division three, Blaze defeated Rams 30-1 and Gundawa secured a 28-6 victory over Martians.