CNEBACentral New England Baseball Association
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The CNEBA is a competitive wooden bat league consisting of 10 teams in two divisions.
Clinton, which has won the CNEBA title three of the past four years, has five regular season games left, with the playoffs scheduled to start on July 18.
The Sixers advanced to the semifinals with 13-5 and 5-3 victories over the Chelmsford Merchants in the CNEBA quarterfinals, taking that series 2-0.
After a 3-2 victory over Chelmsford on Wednesday, a 3-2 victory over Westford on Tuesday, and a 9-0, 4-0, twin killing of Keene Sunday, Clinton has put together a nine-game winning streak and is leading the CNEBA with a 20-6 record.
This summer, Cleary played in the outfield for the two-time CNEBA defending champion Sixers, who lost in the semifinals to Chelmsford in this year's playoff tournament.
After dropping a 5-1 decision Friday night at the Veterans' Athletic Complex, the top-seeded Sixers lost, 7-3, to the Chelmsford Merchants at Ayotte Field in the CNEBA best-of-three playoff tournament semifinals, losing the series 2-0.
The two-time CNEBA defending champion Sixers defeated Lunenburg 11-3 on Wednesday night.
The Gators, who are sponsored by Tailgaters Grille, recently defeated the Metro West A's 7-2 at Bowditch Field to win the CNEBA championship for the second year in a row.
Clinton, which is sponsored by Tailgaters Grille, is the defending CNEBA champion.
It was the first time in over 10 years that a Clinton team had won the CNEBA crown.
The CNEBA is a wooden bat league made up primarily of 18 to 24-year-old New England college players.
LUNENBURG - The Clinton 76ers, a member of the Central New England Baseball Association (CNEBA), defeated Lunenburg 2-1 on Saturday.