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LEAGUE & CITY OF MISSISSAUGA UPDATES/NEWS



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TO ALL ERINDALE LITTLE LEAGUE PARENTS
I would like to draw your attention to a few house keeping issues that have come up this year.
1. PARKING
        Please do not park in the main church parking lot.  Also, do not park any closer to the diamond that the edge of the batting cage - a broken windshield is never pleasant.
2. SMOKING
        While the Government of Ontario has passed a law restricting smoking in public parks, Little League Canada also has an anti-smoking program.  Further, we have several players that do have severe allergies.
        Therefore, in accordance with league policy NO SMOKING is allowed within 20 metres of any public park.  There is no smoking allowed near/at the concession.
3. DRINKING
        Please be advised that alcohol is strictly prohibited on all city property.  The baseball diamonds and field surrounded are included.  Corporate Security will be patrolling the parks this summer and fines will be issued. 
        Any team that has parents drinking alcohol during a game will face disciplinary action by the league which may include a forfeit.
4. BALL THROWING
        Players should not be throwing the ball on the pathway between the church and the diamond.  With the new church fence the area has become very congested and we want to ensure that there are no injuries to spectators, etc.
5. PRACTICES
        Players should be in long pants during all practices.   
Anne Dundon
President
Erindale Liitle League


Monday, June 3
Inclement Weather Procedure

Dear Minor Affiliate Group,

By noon, Parks Supervisors are to inform Recreation Customer Service/Booking Office of a need to close fields due to playability and/or safety issues arising from inclement weather either before, current or anticipated.  Parks Supervisors are experts in their field, know and understand the intricacies and unique characteristics of each field - we trust them to be our eyes and ears.  Their interest is safety but also, preventing damage and delivering premium quality fields all year long.  There are 8 total districts in the city, each of which might be closed altogether but sometimes fields are closed individually as well.

The above information is communicated to Customer Service/Booking Office who subsequently make changes on the website www.mississauga.ca/sportfields for leagues, administrators, coaches, families and out-of-town groups to see as early in the afternoon as possible.  Closures are marked on the site in red.

Fields left open are the discretion of officials and coaches onsite to determine safety and/or playability status.  It is in these circumstances when judgement is critical - damage to a field by a group who played on one should not have, is the group's own responsibility.

I trust that the details above animate how the City of Mississauga communicates sports field closures - it is not, nor will ever be an exact science because weather and field conditions are often unpredictable.  Also so you know, Sports Unit and your Sports Liaison are not involved in the decision-making or communication process above any longer (unless asked to assist).

I think I can speak for all parties when I say that patience, cooperation, communication and judgement is critically important and much appreciated.  Our interests are the safety of participants and best-quality sports surfaces possible, let's continue to work together to ensure both all season long.

Should you have any questions, comments, concerns or suggestions about this communication process, I am happy to assist.  Until then, bookmarking the page above would be useful for reference.

 

Singing in the rain,
Justin Agius
Sports Liaison
City of Mississauga



Erindale Little League has been built on community involvement and commitment. In keeping with this, Erindale would like to offer an opportunity to teens between 14 and 17 to meet their High School Community Service obligation. This program will match applicants with coaches to work together to share their knowledge and love of the game to developing players. Applications need to be submitted by March 31, 2014.



Picture Schedule
  Photographer #1   Photographer #2  
         
Time Team Coach/Team Mgr Team Coach/Team Mgr
         
8:30 MBA - Peewee Select Kevin Duggan MBA - Bantam Select (Red) Joe Alcaraz
8:45 MBA- Junior (Navy) Bob Whitley Rookie Ball Pirates Craig Woolard
9:00 Jr T-Ball Blue Jays Jill Promoli Jr T-Ball Dodgers John Tierney
9:15 Major Dodgers Jim Laughlin Major Giants Brian Baker
9:30 Minor Dodgers Fabrizzio Barbieri Minor Red Sox Mike Carney
9:45 MBA - Bantam House Chantello Jagmoc Jr - T-Ball Tigers Adam Campbell
10:00 MBA - Midget Select Mike O'Neill Jr- T-Ball Angels Kevin Roche
10:15 Sr T-Ball Tigers Gilbert Marquez Sr T-Ball Dodgers Francisco Aquino
10:30 Rookie Ball Dodgers Michael Gendosz Rookie Ball Red Sox Tracy Brown
10:45 Minor Yankees Anthony Pucci Minor Blue Jays Peter Richardson
11:00 Instructional T-Ball Dodgers Arvin Lagustan Instructional T-Ball Blue Jays Casey Hillier
11:15 Instructional T-Ball Angels Veronica Fursman Sr T-Ball Angels Christopher Procyk
11:30 Girls Mite 001 (Royal) John Tierney Girl Mite 002 (Red) Jason Brown
11:45 Girls Novice Daniel Peneff Girl Squirts Deidre O'Brien
12:00 Opening Ceremonies   Opening Ceremonies  
12:15        
12:30        
12:45        
1:00 Midget Girls  Ralph Hyatt Rookie Ball Giants Sheana McGregor
1:15 Major Yankees Gomer Disniso Major Blue Jays Michael Burger
1:30 Rookie Ball Blue Jays Nezam Rampersad Rookie Ball Yankees Adam Puchala
1:45 Minor Pirates Dean Fisher Minor Giants Sheila Clarke
2:00 Sr- Tball Blue Jays David Graham St T-Ball Yankees Walter Deleon
2:15 Bantam Girls 301 (Red) Alan Friedlander Bantam Girls 302 (Navy) Paul Carriere
2:30 Bantam Select Navy  John Manudoc  Midget House  Cristian Cujardo 


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