Manchester South Little League: League News

Sunday, June 22
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Saturday, June 21
Thank You!!!



Wow, what a way to end a great season. Great weather, awesome Farm All Star game and a lot of fun @ the South Little League Family Picnic!!

Congratulations to our Majors Divisions Champions- John & Sons, Our Minor Division Champions- A Market, and our Farm All Stars. It was a great season at Manchester South Little League.

Thank you again to all the players, families, coaches, team parents, umpires, sponsors, and everyone who helped make 2014 such a fun season. We are looking forward to making next year even better!

Please be sure to support our 11 & 12 All Stars, our 10 & 11 All Stars, our Matty Dobens Team & our Jimmy Fund team, as they begin another season of competitive tournament play…

For All the latest info on the State All Stars & Matty Dobens Tournament, please be sure to checkout our website @

http://manchestersouthll.com/

Enjoy your summer and be on the look out for our Fall Ball program starting up in September!

Thank you again,
Manchester South Little League 





Manchester Little Leaguers Get All Star Experience

Fisher Cats Take Game Experience On The Road

UPDATED 12:41 AM EDT Jun 22, 2014

Little League Players Get All Star Experience

MANCHESTER, N.H. —The Manchester South Little League All-Star Game felt like a Fisher Cats baseball game on Saturday.

There were games for the fans, the Fisher Cats' mascot Fungo was in attendance, and an announcer and turf manager were on hand.

The New Hampshire Fisher Cats teamed up with Citizens Bank to treat the players to a major league experience. The league won a contest called Take The Show On The Road, which recognized a little league that showed sportsmanship and integrity.

Each batter was announced just like a professional baseball player would be.

"It's been outstanding," said Michael Parisi from Citizens Bank. "Engagement with the kids, a lot of laughs, a lot of good times. It's nice to see the grounds crew work on the fields and give the kids something special."

Manchester South Little League was selected from 20 other leagues. Three other leagues -- Londonderry Athletic and Field Association, Concord Little League, and Hollis-Brookline Cal Ripken -- won prizes that include free group trips to a Fisher Cats game.



Read more: http://www.wmur.com/news/manchester-little-leaguers-get-all-star-experience/26607548#ixzz35OEkhd1E



Meal Train For Kim Roy & Family



As most of you have heard our League President Kim Roy recently underwent major.surgery and is now home recovering with her family..  Please help us support Kim and her family in this time of need, by donating a home cooked meal.. 

All meals should be delivered to the South Little League Concession Stand by 5:30 and a board member will deliver to Kim and her family..

If anyone has any questions in regards to the Meal train please contact Board Member Melanie Mondor @ playeragent@manchestersouthll.com

http://www.mealtrain.com/view/?id=tS0i45vpsZg%3d

Thank You,

Manchester South Little League 



Manchester South Little League expanded boundaries!!!



Manchester South Little League is excited to announce the expansion of our existing league boundaries!  The below map shows both the existing boundary and the newly acquired area of Litchfield. So if you have any friends or family in the town of Litchfield that would be interested in playing Little League Baseball, be sure to let them know!!!  We look forward to serving the communities of Southern Manchester & Litchfield this upcoming season! 

 

View Manchester South Little League in a larger map

 



Saturday, February 5
Little League places ban on composite baseball bats

The Little League International Board of Directors Executive Committee, which operates all divisions of Little League Baseball, including the Little League World Series, has issued an immediate and complete moratorium on the use of composite bats.

Composite bats, which sell for upwards of $300, first popped onto the amateur baseball scene in the early 2000s.  Made of not only aluminum, but also wrapped in woven graphite, they generate far more power and allow for faster bat speeds via better swing weight management.

Today, Little League decided that the technology was beginning to put youth at risk.  When struck well, baseballs will fly off of composite bats at much higher rates of speed than regular old aluminum models

 Information on the composite baseball bats that have received waivers for the Little League (Majors) Baseball Division and below can be found here:
http://www.littleleague.org/learn/equipment/approvedcompbatssmall.htm

Wooden and aluminum metal/alloy bats are not subject to the moratorium. Bats that have only a metal or alloy barrel (and no other material, unless it is in the end cap of the bat), and if it meets the other standards (length, diameter, etc. for the respective division in which it is used) are not subject to the moratorium, regardless of the composition of the handle or the transition to the barrel.

A listing of licensed, non-wood/non-composite baseball bats for use in the Little League (Majors) Division and below can be found here: http://www.littleleague.org/Assets/forms_pubs/2011ApprovedNonWoodBatList.pdf



Manchester South Little League is now on Twitter!!



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