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European Softball News.
The European Softball Federation (ESF) is a non-profit sports organization that connects and represents all European National Softball Federations on a European-wide level. The ESF itself is a member of the WBSC Softball Division (International Softball Federation)
Former American NPF player Amanda Fama just received her Italian citizenship which means she is officially a European now and eligible to play for the Italian national team. Since not many people know her as a European player, we decided we want to get to know her a little better.
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My name is Tess Griswold and I’m a catcher for Ireland. I’m about to be a junior at Furman University (USA) where I study Health Science, in hopes to become a Physician Assistant. I started playing for Ireland last summer in the Seniors tournament in Milan, Italy. Playing for Ireland has been such an amazing and humbling experience that I’m so proud of.
Hey, my name is Gabriela Slabá. I am 18 and I am from Prague, the Czech Republic. I have been playing softball for ten years now. I started playing T-ball when I was eight years old. My home team is Eagles Praha and I have played for them since I started. I have a brother who also plays for the Eagles. My first time on the national team was in 2012, in Collecchio, Italy. This year I am part of U19 team.
My name is Amie Hutchison and I am a pitcher/utility player on the Great Britain National team. I am 21 years old and grew up in Fakenham (United Kingdom). I have been playing softball since I was 12 years old. I was invited to attend a GB Academy session and have been going ever since. Also, I traveled to the Netherlands to train and was invited by Andre Prins to go and play for his club team called the Birds in the Netherlands, where we got promoted to the silver league and won a silver medal in the junior women’s super-cup
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My name is Katarina Mancic, I’m 19 years old and I’m from Serbia. I’m playing softball since 2009 for the club named Wildcats and I’m a pitcher and shortstop. I started playing for my national team in 2010 and I participated in the European Championship in Ankara (Turkey) that year. Right now I’m studying law but this year I will enroll in the Faculty of Architecture.
My name is Tina van Nuffel. I’m 18 years old and I’m from Antwerp, Belgium. I have been playing softball since I was 13. Currently, I’m playing for the Stabroek Chicaboo’s (the first league), a team which got promoted out of the second league. It’s a team with a lot of motivated and experienced girls where I’m the youngest. The positions I play the most are catcher and third base but I have experience with every position (except pitcher). I played my first European Championship in Ostrava (CZE) when I was 14 with the U16 national team. Meanwhile, I played five European Championships with the U16, U19, U22 and women teams.
My name is Kimane Rogron, I’m 16 years old and I’m from France. I play for les Comanches in Toulon. I started playing when I was 12, thanks to my old sports teacher at school since in introduced me to baseball. In September 2016, I joined the Softball Academy in Boulouris, which allowed me to participate in the French National U16 team and the women team as a third base player.
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