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"Tips For Little League Parents"

Playing Little League is about Learning Sportsmanship

Win or Lose, it is all about learning
to be a good sport
.

Ice Cream!!! No one likes to lose, but the nature of a team sport is that one team will always lose. Teach your child that he/she didn't lose, the team lost. And they lost to a team that just happened to play better that day. There is always next time, and the important thing is to learn from the defeats. Its okay to analyze why someone lost, and how they can do better next time. It's never okay to place blame!

Sportsmanship

EYL has a ZERO TOLERANCE Policy for Gross Misconduct
Please read page 10 of the 2015 League Book for more information

The Fundamentals of Sportsmanship are found on page 7
Conduct Guidelines and Behavior Expectations are found on pages 8 and 9

Great story on coaching,
http://healthland.time.com/2013/04/29/helicopter-coaches/

Why Should I Become a Volunteer? Little League Baseball and Softball is an organization designed to build good citizens. It is a program of leadership, preparing today's youth to be tomorrow's leaders. At the local level, Little League relies on a devoted legion of adult volunteers to help ensure that the organization remains structured and runs smoothly. Your local Little League program is always looking for responsible and enthusiastic individuals to support and coordinate Little League events and activities. As a volunteer, you should have a keen interest in the safety, well-being, and overall development of children. By reading further, you will discover that the benefits of volunteering are endless. You will also gain a better understanding of why you should become involved, who volunteers are, what you can do, and how you can sign up.

Elmora Youth League

2016 Registration Fee Schedule

 

Tee Ball, Pioneer Baseball and Teeners Softball is $70 per player
(normally players age 4 to 6)

Junior Baseball is $170 per player
(baseball players age 13 to 15)


All other divisions are $110 per player
(Baseball players age 7 to 12)
(Softball players age 7 to 16)


The family bond is $50, $100 if  you did not earn the 2015 refund.


For multiple players in the same family we offer a discount.

2nd Child deduct 25,
3rd Child deduct 30
4th to 10th deduct $35

Example 1 - Tee Ball Player

$70 - Player age 5
$50 - Family Bond
$120 - Total

Example 2 - two players

$70 - Player age 5
$110 - Player age 11
$50 - Family Bond
(25) - Discount
$205 - Total

Example 3 - three players

$70 - Player age 5
$110 - Player age 11
$170 - Baseball player age 14
$50 - Family Bond
(55) - Discount
$345 - Total

Example 4 - Jr Baseball

$170 - Baseball player age 14
$170 - Total

Junior baseball families are not charged a bond

Example 1a - Tee Ball Player the family did not earn the 2015 bond refund

$70 - Player age 5
$100 - Family Bond
$170 - Total

Example 2a- two players
Family did not earn 2015 bond refund

$70 - Player age 5
$110 - Player age 11
$100 - Family Bond
(25) - Discount
$255 - Total

Example 3a - three players
Family did not earn 2015 bond refund

$70 - Player age 5
$110 - Player age 11
$170 - Baseball player age 14
$100 - Family Bond
(55) - Discount
$395 - Total

Elmora Youth League is a nonprofit organization based in Elizabeth, New Jersey,  The league organizes recreation baseball and softball for the youth of the Elmora/Elizabeth area.  The league is staffed by volunteer parents.  EYL forms travel baseball and softball teams that participate in local summer tournaments.  Summer team participants are selected from registered participants in the Spring season.

Questions, please e-mail

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A tribute to Trooper Hanratty

Directions to Facilities used by EYL

Founded 1974

Little League Chartered
since 1999

info@ElmoraYouth.com

In Memorian

Elizabeth, NJ

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Directions to Softball Inter-League  Fields

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