The Newton Parks and Recreation Department will once again be co-sponsoring a Spring Warm-up for Little League Players at our Indoor Recreation Complex, Located in the facilities at the Newton North Indoor Complex.
Supervisor: Program will be supervised by: Tom and Frank Donnellan
Fee: $125.00 per participant for residents $150.00 per non- resident participant
Schedule: Saturday Afternoon 3:00 PM until 6:00 PM 10 year old to 13 years old only
Dates: January 7 , 2017 through March 11 , 2017 3-4PM, 4-5PM, & 5-6PM Clinics are set up for 1 hour in length 1 per participant, no changing clinic times once registered
Equipment: Participants need their own helmet, glove and bat.
Registration Required: Registration is to be done online at www.activityreg.com using the parks and recreation web access an secure payment gateway. There is a $50.00 non refundable deposit due the time of registration. Balance of the payment is to be paid directly to Tom Donnellan the first day of the clinic
Download the PDF (Link Below) and submit the total amount due to Tom Donnellan the first day of the program, checks made payable to Tom Donnellan.
Spring 2017 Online registration for new and returning players is now open. Just CLICK HERE.
Newton Little League serves players who reside within or attend private or public schools within the boundaries of Ward, Underwood, Lincoln Eliot, Horace Mann, Pierce, Cabot, Burr, Franklin, Williams and Day, Bigelow or Brown Middle Schools.
Children who attend one of these schools but live out of district may participate in NLL's program under Little League's 2016 rules without a waiver.
T-Ball through Farm typically play on Sunday afternoon and one weeknight. All other divisions have games any day, typically on Sunday afternoon and one to two games during the week with some Saturdays. Practices are held at the coaches discretion.
New prospective majors players can register for majors. If they are not drafted onto a majors team they will be placed in AAA.
Based on Feedback form last season, we are introducing a Single A division for 2nd graders that will be mostly like the Farm division from previous years but will be closer to real baseball and will introduce kid pitch at some point in the season. We think this will be a good bridge for kids that are more advanced than farm but not quite ready for AA.