Massachusetts District 3 Little League : Welcome

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Congratulations to Leominster National 2016 Major Baseball Champions.

 


Fundraising returns -  Congratulations to the following top fundraisers from each division

Open – Leominster National - $5,749.50

Sinclair – Quabbin - $3,929

Rookies – Quabbin - $1420.00

Softball – Winchendon - $2,502.29

The top Fundraisers from each division will receive Tickets to the Saturday, Oct. 1st - Boston Red Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays game at Fenway Park

• A Jimmy Fund goody bag

• Recognition at the game on Fenway Park’s center field JumboTron

Tickets will be sent to the team manager

The Second Highest Fundraisers from each division are

Open – Quabbin - $2,574.15

Sinclair – North Leominster - $3,264.60

The second highest fundraisers will attend a Lowell Spinners minor league baseball game and experience the game like a big leaguer as a guest of the Jimmy Fund. Each team will receive vouchers to be used at any 2016 Lowell Spinners game of their choice.

Tickets will be sent to the team manager

Top Individual Fundraiser – Sean Rakip, Leominster National 9/10’s - $1,829.00 Sean will receive - Autographed Red Sox memorabilia - Official Jimmy Fund Baseball jersey - Participate in a check presentation on-field at Fenway Park on Saturday, October 1 (Two game tickets also included).

Second Highest Fundraiser – Marc St. Germain, Quabbin Sinclair - $1,439.00 Marc will receive a $50 gift card to Dick’s Sporting Goods. Our District total is $24,024.60! Thank you to everyone for all of your fundraising efforts! 

MISSING FUNDRAISING RETURNS:

Chuck Stone Open 9/10's

Chuck Stone Sinclair 11's

Winchendon Rookies 8/9's

If you have fundraising to turn in, please contact Gretchen ASAP.


 Congratulations to the following District Champions

Major baseball - Leominster National

Major Softball - Chuck Stone

9/0 Baseball - Leominster American

Jimmy Fund Champions

Rookies - Quabbin

Open - Leominster National

Sinclair - Quabbin



 

 Little League Baseball® to Begin Utilization of August 31 Age Determination Date for the 2018 Season; Children Born Between May 1 and August 31, 2005 to be Grandfathered as 12-Year-Olds For 2018 Season.

For players born on or before April 30, 2005: The new age determination date of August 31 will be effective starting with the 2018 Little League Baseball Season. For the 2016 and 2017 seasons, these players will use the April 30 age determination date.

For players born between May 1, 2005 and August 31, 2005: The new age determination date of August 31 will be effective starting with the 2019 Little League Baseball Season. For the 2016, 2017, 2018 season, these players will use the April 30 age determination date.

For players born on or after September 1, 2005: The August 31 age determination date will be effective immediately, starting with the 2016 season. This was the implementation used for the 2015 season, with players turning 4 to 9 years old during the 2015 calendar year to use the December 31 age determination date. That implementation remains in place, except instead of using December 31, you will use August 31.

 For more information and age charts, click here

 


 

Little League® International Launches Education and Training Website: Little League University

LittleLeagueU.org connects volunteers to engaging training videos and informative how-to articles, designed to educate users on the best practices for operating and enjoying a successful local Little League. The content on LittleLeagueU.org will be updated consistently throughout the year to ensure that all volunteers have the information they need on relevant topics. The dedicated, user-friendly portal features customized instruction, an assortment of practice plans for all facets of the program, including District Administrators, League Presidents and local board members, umpires, coaches, and parents. The new website builds on the success of the Coaches Resource Center and Umpire Resource Center that were launched in 2008. LittleLeagueU.org will replace these two websites, providing a one-stop online experience for all Little League volunteers and parents to receive training and educational materials. The Little League University website is responsive and optimized to be viewed on desktop and laptop computers, tablets of all sizes, and mobile devices. A free account can be created using a valid e-mail address; or through the Facebook, Google Plus and LinkedIn social sign in.
 To access LittleLeagueU, click here


Thank you to all the players, managers, coaches, and parents for all of their fundraising efforts for the Jimmy Fund. Our District total is $17,509.57 

Congratulations to the top Fundraisers who will be going to the Red Sox vs Orioles game on September 26th: Tickets will be sent directly to team managers

North Leominster Open - $4,477.10

Leominster National Sinclair - $2,294

Quabbin Rookies - $1,112.28

Quabbin Softball - $1,040.81

The second Highest Fundraisers will be sent tickets to attend a Lowell Spinners game of their choice:Tickets will be sent directly to team managers

Winchendon Open - $1,627.31

Quabbin Sinclair - $1,943.70

 

The top Individual Fundraiser for the District is Christopher Pompei - Leominster National Sinclair - $1,154.75.  He will receive signed Red Sox memorabilia, an official Jimmy Fund jersey and participate in the on field check presentation at the September 26th Red Sox game.

The second highest individual fundraiser is Marc St. Germain - Quabbin Sinclair - $820.  He will receive a $50 gift certificate to Dick's Sporting Goods.


 

 IMPORTANT SAFETY REMINDER - No one except managers, coaches, players, and umpires are allowed on the field during games.  Reporters and photographers are NOT allowed on the field or in the dugout once play has started.  Our insurance does not cover them!

 ALL proper safety equipment MUST be worn during games.


All Jimmy Fund Tournament information can be found by clicking on the tab in the menu to the left.


  Congratulations to the D3 Big League Softball team, the first ever Big League Softball MA State Champions!
The Big League team made it to the Regional semi final game against the reigning World Series champs Delaware.  They had a tie game going into the 7th inning and only lost by 1 run.  Awesome job ladies!!!

Congratulations tothe following District Champions

Leominster National, Major Baseball Champions!

 Winchendon, 9/10 Baseball Champions

Chuck Stone, Major Softball Champions
 
Winchendon, Senior Baseball Champions
 
Chuck Stone, Jimmy Fund Softball
 
Lunenburg, Jimmy Fund Open
 
Quabbin, Jimmy Fund Sinclair


 

 

  
 

Important reminders:  

Background checks are mandatory for all volunteers who have repetitive contact with players.  Little league offers 125 FREE nationwide background checks through Lexisnexis.  If your league does not already use this great service, sign up today.  It is FREE!

 

 

 


 

Little League Chartering & Marketing Toolkit

Little League International has developed a  Local League Chartering and Marketing Tool Kit to assist local leagues in preparation for the upcoming season. A new, related website has also been launched.



15th Item Added to the ASAP Program

League Player Registration Data or Player Roster Data and Coach and Manager Data can be completed through the Little League Data Center. Completion of this information is a mandatory requirement for an approved ASAP plan in  starting in  L2014.



Little League's LexisNexis Background Checks

Little League's 125 free background checks, provided through LexisNexis, will re-set as of Nov. 1, 2014. Each check done after a league's 125th check will cost $1 each. The information collected through LexisNexis should be kept, and remain, confidential.


 

The Power Of Little League

Check out  a video Little League has produced showing the effect of Little League Baseball has not only in the United States, but all all over the world.

Link to video  



District 3 LL is now on Facebook, check out our page here 

 



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