|U.S. Embassy Marines (C)|
|Japanese Embassy Skinny Rats||12||2||10|
|Date||Home Team||Away Team|
Five teams entered the first Softbal League in Dublin: a U.S. Embassy Team made up mostly of Marines, Fat Cats, made up mostly of American Businessmen, The Druids, a team from The Druid’s Chair, Killliney, the Skinny Rats, a team of Japanese Embassy Staff and Japanese Businessmen who learnt the game growing up when Baseball-Softball became established in Japan after World War 2, and the Misfits, made up of American students, Businessmen, an American Baptist Preacher and Irish Computer Programmers. [Reference: 1]
The US Embassy Marines won the League. [Reference: 2]
Matches were played at St. Andrew’s Field in Booterstown, Dublin.
 Dougherty, Kerry (1982) “Softball – baseball’s slow country cousin” Irish Press. Friday, May 21, 1982. pg. 8.
 Dodder Dynamoes | Wayback Machine (2003) The Trophy Cabinet [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20031009104826/http://www.dynamoes.com/trophycabinet.htm [Accessed 15 January 2020]
Thanks to Prof. Aidan Corvin.
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