Softball Ireland is the National Governing Body for the sport of softball on the island of Ireland. The Association is both the representative organisation for players and the administrative authority of the sport in Ireland.
Softball is a unique and social sport for players of all ages, genders and abilities. It caters for every level and standard of player from those wanting a recreational knock around to those wishing to compete at the highest level of international competition. It challenges players to develop mental agility and concentration as well as physical skills. It has a strong social dimension due to its co-ed format, it attracts players form all walks of life, and it crosses social, national and ethnic boundaries.
Softball Ireland's objective is to develop the sport of softball in Ireland at all levels and to provide the infrastructure to support the players, clubs and regions as the sport grows.
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