The Southern New England Softball League provides a great atmosphere for anyone and everyone to learn and play softball in the Connecticut and Western Massachusetts areas.

Currently there are six 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 member of NAGAAA (The North American Gay Amateur Athletic Association).

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

2011 Standings
Chez Est153
168 York St108
Frank's Place414

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Hartford jolts into first place!!!!

Week 4 saw the host team slide up into a first place tie with Springfield!! The day began at the fields where 4 of 6 teams split. The only sweep belonged to Phil and is band of merry players.

Check out the latest standings here: /portal

Hartford vs. Springfield

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Southern New England Softball brings home the trophy!!!!!

Philadelphia hosted their Liberty Bell Classic over the weekend and SNE sent two teams, one D and one C.

The Hangovers flew the SNE Softball flag with PRIDE by winning the “D” Division of the Philadelphia Liberty Bell Classic! Big congratulations go out to Adge who did a superb job at the helm, along with her staff of dedicated, never say die, players!

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Frank's Place Sweeps!!!!!! Tied for second place.

Week 3 brought us to the salty beach town of New London, CT where Adge and her gang hosted. The weather cooperated and after the games everyone was treated to a wonderful dinner compliments of O’Neill’s Brass Rail. O’Neill’s owner Don O’Neill expressed his thoughts on the day; “I would like to thank all the SNEFSL Softball players, and guests, who joined us at O'Neill's yesterday.

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Weather update

Today’s game are canceled due to rain.

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Springfield looked amazing in week one

In opening day had a doozy of a game played between a hard thumping Hartford team taking on an equally determined squad from Springfield. Springfield started out of the gate strong in the first inning aided by a searing line drive homerun to left center by Dale Smith.

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