The Challengers and the Therwil Flyers walked away with one win each again on Sunday, May 25 at the Heerenschürli ballpark, after the two archrivals already split one week ago at Therwil. Despite the Challengers outhit their opponent 11-10 in Game 1 the scoreboard told otherwise. Scoring four runs in the fifth and another four runs in the ninth inning, as the Flyers posted an 8-2 victory over the C's.
Like one week ago, Game 2 was again a pitcher's duel. Robert Sedin and the Challengers saved the day, as the C's answered with a close 3-2 win to impove their record to 4-5 to keep pace with the playoff spots. Sedin gave up two runs and seven hits with four walks and four strikeouts in eight plus innings, while Ryan Byrne worked in and out of troubles in the ninth for his first save in a Challengers uniform. The C's will face next the Zürich Barracudas for two night games on June 11 and 13 at the Heerenschürli ballpark.