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Welcome to Chandler Girls Softball!  
Recreational softball league for ages 4 - 18, with no try-outs & no cuts!
Everybody plays!  We emphasize skill development, fun, family, friendship & fitness!
 We strive to create a positive and encouraging environment for players, fans, coaches and umpires.
"The outcome of the child is more important than the outcome of the game... "
Congratulations Allstate Mauser Dragons!
12U Division Champions 


Key Dates & Events:

July 6th Launch Online Registration

July 7th Walk in Registration

July 14th Walk in Registration

July 21st Pitching Clinic

July 28th Pitcher/Catcher Evals

August 6th Pitcher/Catcher Draft

August 11th Coaches Meeting

Aug 25th Post Schedule

September 8th Opening Day

November 3rd Pool Play starts

December 3rd Tournament starts 

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Chandler Girls Softball Mission

To provide Chandler and its neighboring communities a positive and safe environment
for girls ages 5-18 years of age an equal opportunity to play softball; To honor the game
by encouraging good sportsmanship, teamwork, and physical well-being, while developing
the fundamental skills of softball; And, to ensure that all players are treated as valued
team members while building lasting relationships and having FUN!!

Code of Conduct

Chandler Girls Softball has instituted a zero tolerance policy on poor sportsmanship. Poor sportsmanship includes, but is not limited to; yelling at umpires, players, coaches, board members or spectators, using inappropriate language or gestures, any actions that can be construed as a threat to another person or that, through aggressive intent or recklessness, may result in injury, and any public behavior that contributes to an atmosphere of conflict at the field or park in connection with a CGS game or event. The zero tolerance policy is in effect for players & coaches as well as parents and other spectators. The umpire is in control of the game & should be treated respectfully.  Judgment calls should not be challenged or disputed. The good sportsmanship code extends to the treatment of players, coaches, umpires, board members & spectators.