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After 3 days of intense play, the 4 teams competing in the 2014 US National Women's Baseball Tournament once again returned the crown to the New England Red Sox. 

This elete team of women included star players from the  International Women's Baseball Federation - World tournament played a few weeks earlier in Japan, where they placed second, defeated by the reigning Champions of the 2012 (IWBF Worlds), Japan.

The Red Sox displayed their abilities to field and hit on a par to their men counterparts to the pleasure of the local fans who attended the tournament and returned each day to admire the level of play these teams exhibited and the friendly competative spirit of all the teams.

The final results of the tournament were: 1st Place, New England Red Sox; 2nd Place, Chicago Storm; 3rd Place, Washington DC Thunder; and East Coast NY Yankees 4th with a 1st class battle between 3rd and 4th position in the final determining game.

The event was attended by 4 All Americans from the AAGPBL-PA.  Dolly Konwisnki and Margaret Wigiser, both added to the excitement for the players and fans by stopping bye for a day and supporting the tournament and our Association by signing balls and cards. Sister Toni Palermo and Jeneane Lesko were there to  support the teams thru-out the tournament and assisted by giving moral support  and handing out medals to the winning teams and representing the Player's Association in support of their struggle to keep women's baseball alive in the US.

Thanks to all those who attended and those who wanted to attend and were unable to due to personal circumstances. We hope all our members will have an opportunity to see these women in tournaments in the coming year. Your website committee willl be announcing these events on our website and Facebook page in the coming baseball season.

Posted on Tuesday, October 14, 2014

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