Watts, who will spearhead the Canterbury Red Sox attack at the National Fastpitch Championships, sent a towering hit into orbit over leftfield on the open diamond at Papanui Domain to set up a 4-1 win over Albion on Saturday.
Makea, the New Zealand Junior Black Sox international, made the game safe by drilling the ball through the leftfield gap.
Watts kept the Albion hitters at bay until handing over to allow Ethan Johnston to close out the final inning ahead of his pending departure to a softball coaching job in Indonesia.
Albion’s Josh Hartwig started well on the mound, taking some clutch strikeouts, Papanui profited from a couple of untimely fielding errors.
The PCU Devils hammered the Halswell Hornets 7-0 at Halswell Domain.
PCU had a stranglehold on the game from the first inning when Curtis Dove, Josh Thomson, Ihaka Davis and Bowen Annandale scored.
Davis hit an in-the-park open diamond home run in the fourth inning and Louis Peters repeated the feat in the fifth.
Third baseman Peters batted 1.000 as PCU out-hit Halswell 11-4.