The Southern New England Softball League provides a great atmosphere for anyone and everyone to learn and play softball.

Currently there are four teams in the league, providing everyone in Southern New England an opportunity to have fun, make friends and stay active.

The league is an active menter of NAGAAA (The North American Gay Amateur Athletic Association).

Email us @ [email protected] for information, to make comments, and/or suggestions.

2009 Standings
TeamWinsLosses
Springfield195
New Haven1014
New London1014
Hartford915

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Final Season Notes

Our just concluded playoffs clearly demonstrated what is right about this league. Sure we have our numerous differences along the way, but in the end there were outstanding competitve games. Springfield won the playoffs and the regular season, but every one of the four playoff games that Springfield played were decided by one or two runs.

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Notes from July 19

Congratulations to Springfield for clinching first place in the regular season with two weeks to go.Although Springfield has a wide lead in first place at 15-5, this record is due in much part to Springfield's ability to win close games. In recent years the playoffs have been very competitive and in 2008, the last place team, New Haven, won the league title.

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Notes from June 14

I would like to thank the many members of our league who helped get our fields in New Haven in reasonable playing shape. We knew from yesterday that a lot of work would have to be done in order for us to play because of the rain. Virtually every Sunday league from Springfield to New Haven canceled their games.

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NEW LEADERSHIP FOR 2010

I am delighted to see that we have had an infusion of new players, thanks to the recruiting efforts of Sam and the team managers. We will be having elections for new officers shortly after the winter NAGAAA meetings in January 2010 in Columbus Ohio. All board positions will be up for election for two year terms.(Individual teams choose their own managers who represent their team on the board). I would like to encourage newer players to consider being part of the leadership team of our league. The future of our league is dependent upon our continuing to bring new players into the league and to encourage those players to assume leadership positions. If anyone is considering a run for one of the board positions please feel free to talk to one of the current board members or myself for information as to what is involved with these postions.

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NEW VENUE FOR THIS WEEK'S GAMES

This Sunday May 27 the games in Springfield will be at Van Horn Park. The directions for this venue are located on this website. All other Springfield games including the playoffs on August 15-16 will be at Nathan Bill Park, whose directions are also on this webpage. Gametime as per usual is 1PM promptly. The Pub will provide a sumptious buffet after the games.
After the games we will have an initial meeting regarding the gay softball world series in Milwaukee. If any player has interest in participating please attend for information. When we next meet on June 28 in Springfield, we will have to have a final determination as to who is going to go to the GSWS. If there is enough player interest we will be able to form teams in both C and D divisions.
Finally kudos to the New London Hangovers on their fine third place showing in the Liberty Classic in Philadelphia.Although they were unable to defend their D championship, they representated our league very well.

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