The Herts Eagles built on their positive start to the season with an 8-5 home win over the Richmond Knights.
They lost the second game of the double-header 9-2 but their results so far this season mean that they are among the runners in the Triple-A League playoff race.
Herts Eagles manager Carlos Casal said: “We came up against a difficult opponent, but our young team featuring many GB U19 and U17 national team players was not fazed and produced a battling performance – a sign that the future is bright for Herts and for the GB Team.”
In the Double-A League, meanwhile, the Herts Hawks had a confidence-boosting 19-9 away win over the South London Pirates.
However, a spirited comeback in the final inning of the second game brought two runs in to make the score 8-7 to the Pirates, and they held on for the win leaving the bases loaded.
Elsewhere, despite a 20-9 season opening away defeat to the London Marauders, Herts Raptors can look ahead to a positive season.
Raptors co-manager Rob Jones said: “I was really impressed with how the guys performed against a tough team.
“There are a lot of positives to build on.”
The highlight of the day for the Raptors was the return from long term injury of Joseph Osborne-Brade.
He was making his first BBF start in two seasons, and picked up where he left off with both bat and glove.