South Kingstown Little League: Welcome


SKLL offers baseball and fast-pitch softball programs for boys and girls
ages 4 to 16. For more information about our league
and its programs, please visit the FAQ section.

Thursday, June 18

SKLL is bringing back its summer Training and Development (TAD) program.

 What is T.A.D.?  It stands for Training and Development. It is a 5 week long summer baseball program that focuses on baseball fundamentals and sportsmanship. The program will consist of practices, games, and special clinics on baseball 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 9 (7 year oldsmust have played Instructional). Child must be between these ages by December31, 2015 in order to be eligible for the TAD program.  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 Thursday, July 9th and run on Thursday nights (5:30pm) for five weeks at Brousseau Field. 

How much does T.A.D. cost?  The 5-week T.A.D. program will cost $25.00 per player. This fee includes at-shirt for all participants.

Any questions, contact T.A.D. Coordinator Joshua Rosen at:

To Register please download the
registration form and mail the completed form to our PO Box.

SKLL TAD Registration Form 


2015 Summer Baseball Camps

 Rhody (URI) Summer Baseball Camps

 There are 2 sessions in the end of July for ages 7 to 14.

 For more information and to register go to


 RIC Summer Baseball and Softball Camps

There are many sessions during the summer.

For more information go to


Ocean State Waves Summer Baseball Camps

There are many sessions that start in the end of June for ages 6 to 14.
You can register through the SK Recreation Department. 

For more information go to and scroll down to page 11.


Ocean State Waves Summer Softball Camp

There are many sessions that start in the end of June for ages 9 to 14.
You can register through the SK Recreation Department. 

For more information go to and scroll down to page 14.


Rhode Island Baseball Institute  

 There are many sessions during the summer.

For more information go to


 Extra Innings Warwick

 There are many sessions during the summer.

For more information go to


Wednesday, April 15
A Lot Is Riding on This!

Dear friends and family,
We are all affected by cancer in some way. After our son, Douglas, was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma Stage II, at age 16 in December of 2013,  we partnered with our amazing health team at Dana-Farer Cancer Institute / Jimmy-Fund Clinic for his treatment and care and are very blessed to report he not only tolerated all his treatments with grace and courage, but that it was a great success with a clear Pet scan! He looks like it never happened! We continue with check-ups at the Jimmy Fund clinic and he even grew after chemo! He is now 6 ft 3 inches, enjoying his senior year at South Kingstown High School and has been accepted at Hartford University in their Prosthetic program, the University of New England in their Occupational Therapy program and waiting on URI for their decision, before he makes his decision. He is working at Yagoo Ski resort at the snow tubing park near our home. He is looking forward to baseball this spring and working at Del's at the beach this summer. I am overwhelmed with gratitude and a desire to express it by giving back as a PMC rider this summer.
Last year Douglas was linked as a " Pedal Partner" hero for a team of riders of the PMC called Brooklyn Love and I am so excited to join them this year! Douglas and Kaitlin will cheer us on from water stops as we ride the 200 miles!
Today I've committed to raising money for cancer research by riding in the 2015 Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC). On the first weekend in August, I will join 5,500 cyclists in the PMC ride, an annual bike-a-thon that raises money for research and care at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) in Boston.
I hope I can count on your support!
The PMC raises more money for charity than any other single event in the country, $455 million since 1980 and $41 million last year alone! This success is the result of a lot of people riding for, and caring about, a cure. And because every penny matters, 100 percent of your donation goes to DFCI.
I've made a personal commitment to ride and raise $4,500. So I hope you can help me achieve this significant goal.
Every donation brings us closer by the mile.
All my love and thanks,
Melanie Barlow
Your donation is tax deductible and 100% will go to Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
If you prefer to write a check, please make it out to the PMC, The Jimmy Fund or Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and mail it to me directly at:
Melanie Barlow
39 Robert's Ct
Kingston, RI 02881
If your employer has a matching gift program, ask your Human Resources department for a form, and follow the process for matches.
To learn more about the PMC, please visit[].
Founded in 1980, the Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC) is an annual bike-a-thon that today raises more money for charity than any other single event in the country.
Thank you,
Melanie Barlow 

Thursday, January 3
Sponsorship Opportunities

Interested in sponsoring a South Kingstown Little League team? Visit the Sponsorship Opportunities page to find out how!

Monday, December 30
Important Rule Change for the 2014 Season: Residency and School Attendance Eligibility

In an effort to accommodate Little Leaguers® playing with their classmates, and ease the burden on parents and guardians, Little League® recently amended its residency requirements to allow children to play in the local league whose boundaries where they attend school is located. To verify enrollment, parents will need to bring an official school document, such as a report card or school enrollment form, confirming enrollment in the school for the current academic year, dated before October 1, 2013. Read the full text of the new rule here

In order to facilitate the change, Little League has recently created an official Little League school enrollment form. This form can be utilized by players that attend school within a league's boundary but would prefer not to provide a school performance record or school registration record in order to enroll in a league for participation. For further clarification on the new residency requirements, please view the video.

Saturday, March 16
Little League International Bat Resource Page

Little League International has assembled an online resource page dedicated to baseball bat information. Click here to find the latest bat information, including the current Little League Baseball rules and regulations governing bats, definition of terms, the moratorium on the use of composite bats, and a series of frequently asked questions, with answers and licensed bat lists.

They have also developed a mobile-friendly webpage that provides a current listing of licensed baseball bats with a 2 1/4 inch maximum diameter that are approved for use in the baseball divisions of Little League (Little League [Majors] Division and below).

Wednesday, May 18
SKLL Message Boards!

Message Boards have been added to the website to give all SKLL families a place to communicate with each other. To access the Message Boards, click the link on the left menu.

Thursday, May 19
Lost & Found

A Lost & Found section has been added to the Message Boards. If you have lost or found any items at any of the SKLL fields or events, please check the board to see if information about the item has been posted.  If not, feel free to post information about the item on the Board.

Upcoming Events
Date Event Time Location
Wed 7/8 Home Plate SKLL Board of Directors meeting 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM The Peace Dale Office Building- 3rd floor classroom
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