Now that Tsubasa’s baseball team is now officially a club, the girls make their preparations for the tournament. However, Ryou notices that the team’s skills are lacking. In other words, the best way to solve this is to hold a training camp.
Given that the girls’ skills are quite not there yet as Ryou notices some skill gaps, she suggests a training camp. Yes, they stay at the temple that Tomoe regularly practices at. Of course, Nakano records their practice as a video diary. While Tsubasa wants some team building exercises as well, most of their training camp was training. With Ryou mostly being in charge of the training, they start in the morning with running and end it with batting and pitching practice.
While Ryou and Tsubasa tries to convince Yuki to try pitching, she turns it down. Obviously, she doesn’t have the confidence. It’s not too surprising given that moment where she froze up during a basketball game. It’s understandable that she doesn’t want to hit someone. However, with a little practice and the help of a ghost old man, she gained the courage to try pitching. Ryou notices this on their last day as they did their actual baseball routines.
Aside from that, there are some funny moments during the camp. Somehow, Yuki who prepared meal for their last night managed to botch up the curry. It’s obvious that she wanted to try to cater to everyone’s tastes. Sadly, it doesn’t work out quite as planned in the end.
Also, Ryou doesn’t believe that there is an old priest even though the girls saw it. On video, he is completely missing until the end of the video when the power went out. It’s quite obvious that he is a ghost that wanted to scare the girls. However, it’s revealed that the old man is actually the lady’s father who passed away a long time ago. I guess his spirit really wanted to help the girls out. Aside from that, a rival team’s saw Tsubasa’s team practicing. I wonder why she is there. We’ll find out soon enough.
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