Key Peninsula Little League: Registration Information

2011 Registration

 All Registration forms are located in the "Handouts and Forms" folder.

Forms to bring to a walk-in registration:

1) Registration Form, 2) Medical Release, 3) Parent Athlete Information Form

Returning players do not need to fill out the Registration form, all other forms are required.

Parents, Please Bring: 

*County or State issued birth certificate only.  NOTE: No "ABSTRACT" birth certificates are acceptable.  Some states issued these for several years. Check your child's birth certificate if they were born out of state.  California has many "Abstract Birth Certificates".

** Players must reside in the “Key Peninsula” area. If players live in Kitsap or Mason Counties they are in SKLL or NMLL. If players live over the Purdy Bridge, in Gig Harbor they are in GHLL.  

 

Note:  Registrations after Feb 9th will be accepted only if space on a team is available.

 

MANAGER APPLICATIONS are also due to KPLL no later than February 9th, 2011.

 

If you have any questions, please contact Tyra Small at askkpll@hotmail.com

Mailing address:

KPLL
PO BOX 516

Vaughn, WA. 98394


Handout: Registration Information

2011 Registration Fees

2011 Tryouts Schedule & Requirements

RESIDENCE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

Each local Little League determines the actual geographic boundaries of the area from within which it shall select players. These boundaries must be described in detail and shown on a map and dated when making application for a Little League charter. Players will be eligible to play with that league only if they reside within the boundaries provided to and approved by Little League Baseball, Incorporated.

A player will be deemed to reside within the league boundaries if:

A. His/her parents are living together and are residing within such league boundaries, OR;

B. Either of the player’s parents (or his/her court-appointed legal guardian) reside within such boundaries. It isunacceptable if a parent moves into a league’s boundaries for the purpose of qualifying for tournament play.

“Residence,” “reside” and “residing” refers to a place of bona
fi de continuous habitation. A place of residence once established shall not be considered changed unless the parents, parent or guardian makes a bona fi de change of residence.

Residence shall be established and supported by documents from THREE OR MORE of the following categories to determine residency of such parent(s) or guardian:

1. Driver’s License

2. Voter’s Registration

3. School records

4. Welfare/child care records

5. Federal records

6. State records

7. Local (municipal) records

8. Support payment records

9. Homeowner or tenant records

10. Utility bills (i.e., gas, electric, water/sewer, phone, mobile phone, heating, waste disposal)

11. Financial (loan, credit, investments, etc.) records

12. Insurance documents

13. Medical records

14. Military records

15. Internet, cable or satellite records

16. Vehicle records

17. Employment records

Note: Example – Three utility bills (three items from No. 10 above) constitute only ONE document.

It is recommended that the league require some proof of residence within the league’s boundaries at the time the player registers. Players and their parents/guardians are advised that a false statement of residence may lead to ineligibility to play Little League Baseball or Softball. Under NO circumstances does ANY person have the authority to grant a waiver that allows a child to play in a local Little League program IN ANY DIVISION, when that child does not qualify under these residency requirements.

If the claim for residency is challenged, three of the above materials must be submitted to Little League Baseball, Incorporated, with an affi davit of residency from the parent(s) or guardian, which shall decide the issue, and that decision will fi nal and binding. Residency documents must illustrate that the residence (as defi ned above) was inside the league’s boundaries for at least one-half of the regular season (as of June 15 of the year in question).

Tournament Requirement for Non-Citizens: A participant who is not a citizen of the country in which he/she wishes to play, but meets residency requirements as defi ned by Little League, may participate in that country if:

1. his/her visa allows that participant to remain in that country for a period of at least one year, or;

2. the prevailing laws allow that participant to remain in that country for at least one year, or;

3. the participant has an established bona fi de residence in that country for at least two years prior to the start of the regular season.

Exceptions can only be made by action of the Charter Committee in Williamsport. Any request for a waiver pertaining to the eligibility of a player must be submitted in writing, by the president of the local Little League through the district administrator, to their respective Regional Director not later than the date prescribed in Regulation IV (j). Requests submitted after that date will not be considered.



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