This site covers all aspects of Softball in Edinburgh, Scotland & the UK including independent tournaments such as the Edinburgh Festiball as well as being the main source of information about the Edinburgh Softball League.
Hope you enjoy the site.
All the Final League tables from 2000 - 2012 are now in the "Historical Tables"
Many thanks to Richard for all his help in designing this site.
ESL Facebook Page is ...
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I have set up a new page (as opposed to the group) please click on "like" so we can get a unique username from FB. - need more likes -I have posted here the daily results and if you are using gamechanger to score your games the results will appear here.
I plan on posting a weekly table update image so you can see how your team progresses througout the season
Feel free to post your team 2013 shots
2014 Team Registration
- Candy Bulls
- Inglorious batters
- Sons of Pitchers
Please confirm you will be participating in 2014 so I can do the scheduling.
2013 Non-Approved Bats
The ASA regulations governing banned bats, which are followed in Britain and Europe, have been revamped for the 2010 season.
While there are now fewer bats on the ASA banned bat list, there are actually more bats banned overall. This is because all bats manufactured before 2000 are now non-approved, full stop. The reason is that many bats tend to become more potent as they age, due to fibres breaking down and becoming more elastic. So many older bats that passed performance tests when manufactured would not do so now.
However, the determination of whether a bat is approved or non-approved is now much simpler. To be legal, a bat must:
- Have an ASA 2000 or ASA 2004 stamp.
- Not appear on the ASA non-approved bat list.
These are the criteria that the BSF and ESF will use this year in judging whether bats can be used in BSF-sanctioned and ESF competition.
Lesley gets inducted into the BSF Hall of Fame 2014
BSF Hall of Fame 2014
Created on 01/26/2005 07:48 AM by liz
Updated on 02/27/2014 04:46 AM by liz