News and Announcements
Registration for the SKLL 2017 Fall BASEBALL season is open, but space is limited.
Registration for the SKLL 2017 Fall SOFTBALL TAD PROGRAM is now open.
All registrations are processed online through Sports Illustrated Play at skll.siplay.com/site/. Both debit/credit cards will be accepted as forms of payment. For those paying by check, please print out a copy of the flyer and mail it in to the PO Box. Players will not be placed on a team until all fees are paid. Paying by credit card is the fastest way to ensure a registration spot.
For more information, see our Flyers.
Fall Ball 2017 Flyer
SKLL is offering its summer Training and Development (TAD) program again.
What is T.A.D.? It stands for Training and Development. It is a 5 session long summer baseball program that focuses on baseball fundamentals and sportsmanship. The program will consist of skills, drills, and games, focasing on specific elements such as hitting, pitching and fielding.
Who is T.A.D. for? T.A.D. isfor baseball players of all abilities from baseball ages 7 to 10 (Little League age). 7 year olds must have played Instructional, 10 year olds must have played Minors (If you played in Majors, you are not eligible to participate). Child must be a resident of South Kingstown.
When will T.A.D. run, and where are the sessions held? T.A.D will begin July 18th, 20th, 27th, August 2nd and 9th. Exact time (5:00ish) at Tuckertown will be emailed to participants.
How much does T.A.D. cost? The T.A.D. program will cost $35.00 per player. This fee includes at-shirt for all participants.
Any questions, contact T.A.D. Coordinator Joshua Rosen at: firstname.lastname@example.org
To Register please visit our registration website at SI Play.com ore download the registration form and mail the completed form to our PO Box.
The South Kingstown Little League will be holding softball player evaluations on Sunday, March 25th starting at 12:00 noon at the Broad Rock Middle School Gym (entry from the back of the building).
All 9, 10, 11, and 12 year olds rgistered for Majors and not currently playing on a Major League team must attend.
Someone will email you with more information. If you have any questions please contact the softball coordinator.
Softball teams will be formed soon after the player evaluations, and teams should start practicing in the first week of April.