Fairfield National Little League had a great 2015 year! We are excited and hopeful to participate in more tournaments! As we continue to grow in our success as a league, we hope to be able to support our kids in their participation in tournaments and championships. In addition, we need to maintain and improve our fields, dugouts, and scoreboards. You may have noticed the new scoreboard and press box at Tunxis. These upgrades can't be made without the support of the FNLL families!
We set up a great night of Fundraising Saturday, Dec. 12th at the Bear & Grill in Fairfield, CT from 7:00pm-10:00pm. Please join us for a night of food, drinks, sports auctions, videos, raffles & live music! Your support will help us raise money to keep our little league program running at a high level and allow us to continue offering our kids a top notch baseball experience.
Please purchase tickets on the website for $30 per person (adults only please). Tickets will be available at the door for $35.
We hope you can join us. Thank you for supporting FNLL!
Ab Igram led the second of three Little League Clinics for the 7-8 year olds this past Saturday at Mel 2. Teaching the boys many of the valuable fundamental's of baseball in a fun, engaging and passionate way. Volunteers supporting Ab included: Steve Robilotto, Mike Broderick, Owen Polley, Owen Buhrendorf, Daniel Fallacaro and Griffin Polley.
FNLL Red 9U defeated Trumbull American in the Fairfield 9U Tournament on Sunday. The boys jumped out early with 2 runs in the first inning and behind the strong pitching of Ryan Oschinskie and Tyler Humphrey, kept Trumbull at bay for a 5-3 victory. Charlie Gulbin played a strong game behind the plate, throwing out two runners on the base paths and making key tags at the plate to keep Trumbull from scoring.
Both teams entered the playoffs after going 4-0 in pool play, setting up a rematch from the Monroe 9U tournament. It was an exciting finish to a great tournament
FNLL 10U District team won game number #2 to win the State Championship! Fairfield National is proud to represent the State of Connecticut in the Regional Tournament in Cranston, Rhode Island! Thanks for all the wonderful support!
The 10U Tournament team won the Route 84 championship with a 6-2 win Saturday, August 1st against Fairfield American. The boys finished the summer season in first place earning the number 1 playoff seed. They then went on to go undefeated in their playoff run.
Top row: Manager Stephen Robilotto and coaches Howard Rosenbaum, Tom Fremont, Kevin Frey and Erik Anderson.
Second row: Matthew Robilotto, Thomas Fremont, Zack Sullivan, Kyle Carozza, Jake Harmony, Cole Davin, Will Passarelli, Colin Frey, Andrew Rhoades and Will Stellato.
Bottom row: Jonah Rosenbaum, Griffin Connelly, Tyler Rayburn, Cooper Anderson and Peter Crosley.
Fairfield National 10U District brought home the Section 1 Championship with a 12-1 win over PJ Foley. Next game is Sat, Aug 1 - 5pm. Game 1 of best of 3 series. Guilford LL, Adams School, Route 77 (Church St.). Thanks for all the support!
Fairfield National Little League 10U captured the District 2 Championship with a thrilling win over Fairfield American 6-5. Fairfield National stormed through the District Tournament with a 7-0 record. Great job by the 10U District players!
Lupe's Drug Store Marlins captured the 2015 Majors Championship by defeating the Maritime Motors Pirates by a score of 9 to 2 on June 13, 2015 at Tunxis Hill Park.
Sitting Left to Right: Will Gallagher, Elliott Hyde, LJ Coleman, and Owen Spolyar
Standing Left to Right: Coach Steve DeBernardis, Ryan DeBernardis, Connor Shea, Luke DeMato, Declan O'Hara, Matthew Pond, Coach Mike Sullivan, Ryan Sullivan, Connor Frey, Coach Tom Curran, and Austin Curran
In the 2015 AAA FNLL Championship Moe’s Southwest Grill defeated L&L Evergreen by score of 9-4. Moe’s finished with an overall record of 16-3
With trophies: From Left to Right: Drew Lanzilli, Griffin Connelly, Thomas Robertson, Lorenzo Pino, John Heitzman, Tyler Humphrey, Sam Smith, Austin Saldanha, Aidan Roche, Mick Huban, Jonah Rosenbaum, Will Eustace (not pictured, Luke Pruitt). Back Row: Coaches Brian Connelly, Steve Humphrey, John Eustace and Howard Rosenbaum.
Without trophies: Left to Right: Front Row: Austin Saldanha, Jonah Rosenbaum, 2nd Row: Thomas Robertson, Drew Lanzilli, Lorenzo Pino; 3rd Row: Aidan Roche, John Heitzman, Tyler Humphrey, Griffin Connelly, Will Eustace, Mick Huban, Sam Smith (not picture, Luke Pruitt). Back Row: Coaches Brian Connelly, John Eustace, Steve Humphrey, and Howard Rosenbaum.
The Team celebrating the victory on the mound with the scoreboard in the background (2 photos)