Welcome to the official site for Fauquier County’s oldest girls fast pitch softball organization. Fauquier Girls Softball Association, now Fauquier Girls Little League Softball has been in the county for over 25 years and is run 100% by volunteers. Fauquier County Parks and Recreation supports our league through the use of county owned fields. We offer girls from 5 to 18 years of age a place to learn and play softball in a safe and friendly atmosphere. All skill levels are welcome, from beginner to all-star. Hundreds of girls enjoy playing softball with FGLLS each season.
03/06/2014 Challenger Division Launched for Fauquier Residents
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03/05/2014 Scholarship Program
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02/20/2014 Frequently Asked Questions About Rec League
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02/17/2014 Umpires Needed/Training Info
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01/29/2014 Volunteer Info
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Challenger Division Launched for Fauquier Residents
FGLLS is excited to announce that it, in coordination with it's District (D16), is launching a Challenger Division for Fauquier County residents.
The Challenger Division was established in 1989 as a separate division of Little League to enable boys and girls with physical and mental challenges, ages 4-18, or up to age 22 if still enrolled in high school, to enjoy the game(s) of baseball or softball along with the millions of other children who participate in these sports worldwide. Today, more than 30,000 children participate in more than 900 Challenger Divisions worldwide.
So that we can immediately begin to make an impact, players who sign up will join an existing D16 team until such time as we have enough players for our own Fauquier County team.
We are excited to bring this to our community and hope that you spread the word about this new and exciting Division.
Those interested should contact Joseph Meuse,
, or Lynn Davis,
How much does it cost to play?
2014 Registration is $125. Early-bird registration is $100, and for the Spring, this ends January 30th.
What is player evaluation and why do you have it?
The evaluation will help make the teams competitive, and give coaches a variety of players to work with. In other words, we strive for fairness. We don't want one team to have all the A players, nor one team to have all beginners.
Will my daughter be placed on a team in our hometown?
When does the season begin and how long does it last?
How old does my daughter need to be to play in your league?
For answers to these questions and to view our full list of FAQs, click here
We are always looking for good umpires: youth and adults. Please inquire if you have questions. Umpire in Chief Paul Connors will be conducting two classroom training sessions to review LL rules and also emphasize field mechanics. Click here for details and more info.