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SPRING 2017 REGISTRATION IS OPEN

 

Our 2017 Little League Season is scheduled to start in the beginning of April  2017 and will run till the end of June.  We offer TBall, Coach's Pitch, Farm, Minor ,Major &  50/70 divisions.   

  • Children must live or attend school within our Little League Boundaries.
  • Boys must be Little League Age 4-13
  • Girls must be Little League Age 4-16
  • Kids are placed in appropriate divisions based on age and skill set
  • Our registration cost is $200 for Baseball ages 7 and up, $150 for Baseball 6 and under, $150 for Girls Softball
  • We also need Team Sponsors
  • $500 per team (Sponsor Name will be Printed on Uniform Jerseys)   - Team Sponsor also will include 1 player registration fee
  • Registration Deadline is Jan 31st. There will be a $25 late fee added starting Feb 1st

We will supply team jerseys, hats, matching socks, new baseballs and paid umpires for each game. 

 

REGISTER ONLINE or Come In Person to The Snug Harbor Little League Clubhouse any Saturday from 11am-noon  or Tuesday Night from 8pm-9pm from now untill January 31, 2017.

Note : Due to the Holidays There will be NO registration on Saturday Dec 24 or Saturday Dec 31.

Snug Harbor Boys LL Age 9-12 TRY OUTS

Feb 4th, 2017

 

On Saturday Feb 4th Snug Harbor Little League we will be holding our Major & Minor Boys Division Tryouts for the 2017 Spring season. Location and Times will be posted by Jan 15th

 

.If you would like your son to be eligible for the Major Draft, he MUST  attend the tryout. This tryout is open to all players Little league ages 9-12 for this upcoming season.

 

If you son was already on a Major Division Team in the SPRING 2016 Season, he does not have to attend the tryout. This does not include players that played up in the Majors in the FALL Season. The player MUST have been on a MAJOR Roster in the Spring Season.

 

ALL Little League Age 10.11 & 12 year old Players MUST attend the tryouts to be eligible for the Major Division, and all 9 year old players MUST attend to be eligible to be in the Draft Pool or to be considered for the Senior Minor Divison.  Otherwise they will be randomly assigned to a Minor Team and coaches will not have the option to draft your child.

 


2017 Spring Registration

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SILIVE Photos : 4/10 SSHLL

Sunday Action

The action was alive Sunday afternoon at the Snug Harbor Little League, as Advance photographer Derek Alvez captured some special moments in the complex under chilly skies.

The Games were played on the following diamonds: Pat Cummings Memorial Field – coach/pitch, Rustic Music vs. O'Connor Law Firm.

PFC James W. Cherrick Memorial Field – coach/pitch, Loffreno Concrete vs. Zuntag & Zuntag Attorney's.

PFC Thomas B. Spadaro Memorial – girls' Major, Tom Crimmins Real Estate vs. McGinley Funeral Home.

 

Click on the following link to see all the photos..

http://www.silive.com/youthsports/index.ssf/2016/04/snug_harbor_little_league_sund.html#incart_gallery

 


    Home of the 2016 State Champions

    9/10 Softball

    Help Support our Girls get to the Eastern Regionals!

    Our Girls have Won the District, Sectional and State Tournaments

    They now are playing for the REGIONAL Title vs 9 other State Champions.

    The Travel expenses will exceed $2000 per family when the tournaments complete.   Who would have thought our girls would have been in this position to represent our small league on such a large stage.

    Please consider helping them with their goal and Thank you to all who have contributed to help Fund their expenses.

     

     

     



    Through the lens: A day at Snug Harbor Little League

    Staten Island Advance photographer Derek Alvez spent the day at Snug Harbor Little League and captured some heart-warming and funny photos.

    From T-ball action to coach's pitch, these are photos you can't miss.

    Please scroll through the photo gallery to see them all. They will surely make you laugh.

    Click on following link for Full Story......

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    Thank You To The Curtis HS Warriors for a GREAT CLINIC

     


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    Joseph Porcu's

     

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    My name is Joseph Porcu.  I am a proud alumni of Snug Harbor Little League, where I started playing baseball at age 4.  Through the years, I have made many friends through the Little League at Snug and I am truly grateful for all the life lessons I learned from my coaches and fellow baseball players at Snug.  I learned how to win and how to lose with dignity, I learned the importance of teamwork and good sportsmanship and I learned what an important role Snug Harbor Little League plays in our community.  It is with this spirit in mind that I wanted to find a way to give back to this wonderful organization that played such a vital role in my childhood.  

    As a prospective Eagle Scout, I wanted to develop a project for Snug Harbor Little League that demonstrates pride and love of my country and honors civil servants who lost their lives in the line of duty.  

    My goal is to raise $4,000 in order to purchase and erect a 35 foot nautical flag pole for Sailor's Snug Harbor Little League.  This project includes beautification of the site,  purchase of all materials, assembly and erection of the flag pole.  This flag pole would serve to memorialize civil servants (such as firefighters, police officers and other peace officers, E.M.S., sanitation, etc.) who lost their lives in the line of duty.  As many Snug Harbor Little League families are employed as civil servants, this would be a fitting tribute to the sacrifices made by many members of our community.