TOMS RIVER LITTLE LEAGUE: TRLL News

Pagano & Gold TRLL Winter Camp - December 29th & 30th



2014 Winter Camp Flyer

TRLL will be hosting the 3rd annual Winter Baseball Camp with Coach Pagano and Coach Gold on December 29th & 30th.

Registration Cost:  $100 per player 

Click Here to download/print the registration flyer... 



2014 Winter Camp Registration

TRLL Spring 2015 Early Registration - Ends Wednesday 12/17/2014!



TRLL Early Spring 2015 Online Registration portal is now open.

Save $25 off regular Spring registration cost by signing up during the early registration period (12/1/2014-12/17/2014).

Click Here to access the online registration portal: http://trll.leaguetoolbox.com/registration

Onsite Spring 2015 Early Registration Dates/Times:

  • Saturday 12/6/2014  9:00 am - 1:00 pm PAST
  • Wednesday 12/17/2014  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

*IMPORTANT NOTES:

  • TRLL will be hosting 9/10 and 11/12 Majors Division evaluations in January (Dates TBD).
  • All returning Majors Division players must be registered to hold their Majors Division roster position prior to the evaluations. 
  • All new Majors Division players (ages 9-12) also need to be registered prior to the Majors Division evaluation and draft in order to be placed on a team.  All new Majors division players will participate in an evaluation/tryout just prior to the draft.

Please contact the TRLL Player Agent (Angelo Urso) via aurso@trli.org with any questions or updates regarding registration for the Spring 2015 Majors Division.

Onsite Registration Location: TRLL Complex Board Room - 181 Mapletree Road  Toms River, NJ 08753

Visit http://www.trll.us for registration details and links to the online registration portal... 



TRLL Spring 2015 Early Registration Details
TRLL Spring 2015 Online Registration Details

There is an online registration portal available again this year.  All registrations should use the online portal. The online portal will be available for Early Registration sign-ups beginning 12/6/2014 through 12/17/2014.

Anyone that has previously registered at TRLL since the Spring 2012 season should be able to access the portal using your previously defined username and password. If you forgot your username or password, try clicking on the "Forgot username or password?" link within the registration portal logon window. Please use your previously created family profile to register returning and any new family member players to save yourself from re-entering all of your family and player profile information again.

The online registration portal will prompt you to create a new login and password for each family if you were not previously registered for a TRLL season. After creating your online username and password, you will be able to register individual or multiple players after you create your username and password. Please remember your username and password since you will be able to use it later on during the season for tracking your players' schedule and other league information services.

Print and bring a copy of the completed online registration invoice/receipt to the TRLL complex on a registration date. TRLL will be accepting online registration payments at this time for a small online processing fee ... or you may visit the TRLL complex on a published registration data to process payment and complete the registration process.

EVERYONE WILL STILL NEED TO COME TO THE TRLL COMPLEX ON A PUBLISHED ONSITE REGISTRATION DATE TO HAND DELIVER THEIR $200 WORK BOND CHECK.

If anyone in your family would like to Manage, Coach, or Assistant Coach, please specify during the registration process in the comments/request section of the registration form (Safety Certification will be required).

ALL special requests MUST be specified at registration time on your registration form in the "comments/requests" section.We will NOT accept any Voice, Email, or Written Requests. (Depending on the Age Group and Division we may not be able to accommodate all requests, but we will make every effort.)

Click Here to access the online registration portal (during the published dates): http://trll.leaguetoolbox.com/registration/

There will also be a few computer workstations available at the TRLL complex during the onsite registration dates if you are unable to complete the registration process from your home computer.

Registration fees (cash, check or credit card) and an independent, post-dated work bond check (checks only) can be collected on the day you register your child at the TRLL complex. The registration fee payment will be equal to the player registration cost(s) plus the $20 Mandatory Fundraising fee.

Early Registration fee examples (including a $20 Fundraising Fee):

  • $225 if you are signing up one child
  • $325 for two children
  • $375 for three or more children.

PLAYER SIGN-UP COSTS:

  • $245.00 for the First child - (Satisfies fund raising obligation for family)
  • $100.00 for the Second child
  • $50.00 for the Third child
  • $0.00 for the Fourth child+
  • $5 Online Portal Registration Fee (per family)
  • -$25 Discount for "Early Registration"
    Bond Check:

One check per family in the amount of $200.00 post-dated July 31st, 2015. Bond checks will be returned upon successful completion/certification of work bond volunteer hours - 5 hours per family. Any family that does not complete their work bond obligation will have their check cashed by TRLL after 7/31/2015.

Click Here for more details about TRLL Work Bond and Volunteerism... 

Birth Certificate and Proof of Residency:

All new registration candidates will need to bring a copy of their birth certificate along with Proof Of Residency (recent Tax Bill, Utility Bill, etc...) on a published registration date.

If you are a returning player, your Birth Certificate and Proof of Residency should already be held on file. If not, please be prepared to bring proof of birth date and residency that may be missing.

Baseball Residency: You can join TRLL if you reside west of Hooper Avenue or, south of Route 37 as far east as Whittier Avenue near the Route 37 and Washington Street intersection.



TRLL Modell's Holiday 15% Coupon - Valid 11/28/2014-12/25/2014



Save 15% off on your holiday sports shopping at Modells.

Download and print the TRLL 15% discount coupon.  

Modells will also donate 5% of your purchase to TRLL.

Click Here to Download/Print the TRLL Modells Coupon.  Valid 11/28/2014 - 12/25/2014. 



2014 Modells December Coupon

Next TRLL Board of Directors Meeting - Monday 1/5/2014 - 7:30 PM



The next TRLL Board of Directors meeting will be held Monday 1/5/2015 @ 7:30 PM.

TRLL Board of Directors Meetings are generally held monthly in the TRLL complex board room @ 181 Mapletree Road.  TRLL Board Meeting dates and times are posted on the TRLL website.

The TRLL Board of Directors is an all volunteer leadership organization committed to managing and enhancing the Little League experience for the youth of Toms River, NJ.   Regular TRLL Board of Directors meetings are open to the public for all TRLL members and parents that would like to attend. A TRLL parent must attend at least two Board of Directors meetings during the current election year to be able to vote for TRLL Board members at the annual elections (held each October). TRLL encourages all parents to volunteer and take an active role in making our  Little League the best experience possible for the youth of Toms River.



Wednesday, October 15
TRLL Elects 2014-2015 Board of Directors
The TRLL Board of Directors is an all-volunteer leadership organization committed to managing and enhancing the Little League experience for the youth of Toms River, NJ. Regular TRLL Board of Directors meetings, typically held monthly and posted on our website, are open to the public for all TRLL members and parents that would like to attend. A TRLL parent must attend at least two Board of Directors meetings during the current election year to be able to vote for TRLL Board members at the annual elections (held each October). TRLL encourages all parents to volunteer and take an active role in making our Little League the best experience possible for the youth of Toms River.

Click Here to download/view/print the Toms River Little League Constitution detailing the roles and responsibilities of the Toms River Little League Board of Directors.

The Toms River Little League 2014-2015 Board - Effective October 15, 2014

President:  Bert Pero - aperojr@gmail.com  

Executive VP:  Pete Avallone - pavallone2@verizon.net

Secretary:  Candice Butchko - candjb@live.com

Treasurer:  Jacqueline Mason - Mjmase@msn.com

Player Agent:  Angelo Urso - aurso@trli.org

Safety / Operations: Ray Roncin - raymond.roncin.DMD@gmail.com

Webmaster: Bob Wood - rjwood58@verizon.net

Umpire In Chief:    Dave Ventura - sirbondman@yahoo.com

Seniors/Juniors VP:  Dan Macaluso - macalusodan@gmail.com

Majors VP:  Angelo Civitello - angandjer54@verizon.net

AAA VP:  Michael Elmendorf - michaelelmendorf@gmail.com

AA VP:  Jamie Davis - njpittbos@comcast.net

Pee Wee 7-8 VP:  Larry DiChiara - larryselectric323@gmail.com

Tee Ball VP:  Steve Vetter - Sdvett@hotmail.com

Fall Ball VP:  Ponch Ruiz - xrjoyce@verizon.net

Tournament Director:   Tony Milhazes - amazreno@gmail.com

Equipment Director:   Vinny Vergona - vincent.vergona@live.com

Work Bond Director:   Michelle Stefan - mmstefan1@verizon.net

Fundraising Director / Sponsors:  Maria Byrd - mbyrdsnest@yahoo.com

Assistant Fundraising Director:  Valerie Daniluk - vjhdaniluk@verizon.net

Scheduling Director:  Dan Mackin  - dm4069@aol.com

Concession Director:  Dennis Kopin - kopin12@comcast.net

Field Maintenance Director:  Jim Derose - cretehead1@aol.com

Assistant Field Maintenance:  Dan Presti - dpresti@comcast.net 

Assistant Field Maintenance:  Lance McEwan - lenk0528@aol.com



Become a TRLL Volunteer!
Why Should I Become a Volunteer?
Little League Baseball and Softball is an organization designed to build good citizens. It is a program of leadership, preparing today's youth to be tomorrow's leaders. At the local level, Little League relies on a devoted legion of adult volunteers to help ensure that the organization remains structured and runs smoothly. Your local Little League program is always looking for responsible and enthusiastic individuals to support and coordinate Little League events and activities. As a volunteer, you should have a keen interest in the safety, well-being, and overall development of children. By reading further, you will discover that the benefits of volunteering are endless. You will also gain a better understanding of why you should become involved, who volunteers are, what you can do, and how you can sign up.

Who Can Volunteer?
Anyone can apply to become a volunteer. Whatever talents or skills you have, we can use them! Across the country, volunteers are grandparents, siblings, aunts and uncles, retirees, community leaders, former Little Leaguers, friends, neighbors, and more. Any community member who wishes to become a volunteer may apply.

All parents of children involved in Little League Baseball and Softball are strongly encouraged to volunteer. As a parent, volunteer, you have the opportunity to spend quality time with your child in a safe, fun-filled environment. Oftentimes, parent and child social lives parallel each other. Volunteering allows your life and your child's life to intersect on common ground, with shared interests and goals. 

On rare occasions, Little League, through District Administrators and your local Board of Directors, may deny individuals the privilege of volunteering for reasons, past or present, that may be detrimental to the positive development of young people, other volunteers, and/or Little League International. When you apply to become a volunteer, you give the local Little League organization the right to conduct necessary background checks.

How Do I Become A Volunteer?
TRLL will announce multiple opportunities throughout the year when volunteer help will be required.  Parents, take a minute to fill out the volunteer form while registering your child. If you are not a parent and would like to volunteer, take a minute to fill out the form while visiting your local registration location. The 2014 Little League volunteer application form can also be downloaded here.

What Can I Volunteer To Do?
No experience is required to become a volunteer. Most of the volunteer opportunities require little or no training. Your local league will provide you with any necessary training (as well as support and encouragement), as they deem necessary. The best volunteers are those who are able to bring added enjoyment to the game simply by being themselves. What you see during Little League games is a mere fraction of what you can do as a volunteer. You can volunteer to help in virtually any aspect of Little League Baseball or Softball.

Click Here to download a 2014 volunteer application form...



TRLL Annual General Meeting & Board Member Elections - Wednesday 10/15/2014 7:00PM



TRLL will be hosting our Annual General Membership Meeting & 2014-2015 Board Member Elections.

When: Wednesday October 15, 2013 - 7:00 PM
Where: TRLL Complex Board Room (2nd Floor of main building) - 181 Mapletree Road

TRLL Board of Directors Meetings are generally held monthly in the TRLL complex board room @ 181 Mapletree Road.  TRLL Board Meeting dates and times are posted on the TRLL website.

The TRLL Board of Directors is an all volunteer leadership organization committed to managing and enhancing the Little League experience for the youth of Toms River, NJ.   Regular TRLL Board of Directors meetings are open to the public for all TRLL members and parents that would like to attend.  A TRLL parent must attend at least two Board of Directors meetings during the current election year to be able to vote for TRLL Board members at the annual elections (held each October).  All TRLL parents are eligible to run for a position on the TRLL Board each election year.  TRLL encourages all parents to volunteer and take an active role in making our  Little League the best experience possible for the youth of Toms River.



2014 NJ State Champs Banner
Tuesday, July 29
TRLL 12u All Stars - 2014 Little League NJ State Champions!



2014 State Champs We-R-TR

Congratulations to the TRLL 12u All Star Team for being crowned the 2014 Little League New Jersey State Champions!!!

7/28/2014 - State Championship Final:  Toms River 7  Ocean City 6

Great Job Team!



2014 State Champs Coaches Team

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Friday, July 11
TRLL 12u Celebrates 2014 District 18 Championship!



2014 12u D18 Hugs

Congratulations to the TRLL 12u All Star team for winning the District 18 Championship Thursday night!

Final Score:  Toms River 5  Holbrook 3 

Great Job Team!!! 



2014 12u D18 Run Banner

2014 10u D18 Banner
Saturday, July 5
TRLL 10u All Stars Celebrate District 18 Championship!



2014 10u Celebration1
Congratulations to the 2014 TRLL 10u All Star team for winning the District 18 Championship on Saturday!  Toms River 5  Lacey 2. 

2014 10u D18 Champs Run

Saturday, June 7
Congratulations Mariners - 2014 TRLL Majors 11/12 Champions



Congratulations to the Mariners for beating the Dodgers 4-3 to capture the 2014 TRLL Majors 11/12 championship!

Mariners 11-12 Champs
Mariners - 2014 Majors 11/12 Champions

Congratulations White Sox - 2014 Majors 9/10 Champions!



Congratulations to the White Sox for winning the 2014 TRLL Majors 9/10 championship!

2014 White Sox 9-10 Champs
White Sox - 2014 TRLL Majors 9/10 Champions

Saturday, May 31
Congratulations Mariners & Dodgers - 2014 Mayor's Trophy Champions



2014 Dodgers Mayor Champs
TRLL Dodgers - 2014 Mayor's Trophy Champions
Congratulations to the TRLL Majors 11/12 Mariners and Dodgers for winning the 2014 Toms River Mayor's Trophy games.  The TRLL Mariners won their game 4-0 and the TRLL Dodgers won 4-1 against Toms River East Little League.

2014 Mariners Mayors Trophy2
Mariners - 2014 Mayor's Trophy Champions

2014 TRLL Division & Team Schedules



The 2014 TRLL Division/Team Schedules, Results and Standings are available online!

Click Here to access the TRLL League website for Division and Team game schedules...



TRLL and the Chevy Youth Baseball Program

TRLL would like to thank the Chevy Youth Baseball program and Lester Glenn Chevrolet on Route 37 in Toms River for their continued support of Toms River Little League in 2013!

Now in its seventh year, Chevy Youth Baseball is a grassroots initiative that establishes a positive relationship between local dealers and the communities they serve. Chevy Dealers sponsor their local youth baseball leagues as a part of Chevrolet's nationwide commitment to support youth sports, one community at a time.



2012 Lester Glen PHR Pic

TRLL Injury / Accident Reporting

Any injuries that occur during TRLL related activities including practices and games should be reported to the league and documented via the Little League International injury tracking form

This form is for Little League purposes only, to report safety hazards, unsafe practices and/or to contribute positive ideas in order to improve league safety. When an accident occurs, obtain as much information as possible.  For all claims or injuries which could become claims, please fill out and turn in the official Little League Baseball Accident Notification Form available from your league president and send to Little League Headquarters in Williamsport (Attention: Dan Kirby, Risk Management Department). Also, provide the TRLL Safety Officer (Eric Zanetti) along with the District officer a copy for District files. All personal injuries should be reported to TRLL and Williamsport as soon as possible.

Click Here to download/print the Incident/Injury Tracking Report form...

In the event an insurance claim may need to be filed with Little League International, a Little League International Accident Claim Form must be completed by both the parent and a TRLL representative.  The Form must be completed and sent to Little League International within 20 days of the incident.

Click Here to download/print the Accident Claim Form...



Active Stretching Warm Ups

Attention TRLL Coaches:

Physical Therapist and managing partner Greg Franceschini and his team from Twin Boro Physical Therapy here in Toms River have volunteered annually at our safety clinic demonstrating the benefits of converting from a pre game static stretching warm up to an active stretching warm up. We have included an example of just some of the recommended warmup videos below.  For more about the program along with several more example videos, please view the below link:

Active Warm Up by Greg Franceschini, PT, Twin Boro
http://www.youtube.com/TwinBoroPTNJ

 

HIP OPENER - The first exercise for the active warm up is the hip opener. The athlete slowly strides forward with 3 steps and then grabs their foot and knee and pulls the foot up toward t…

FRANKENSTEIN WALKS - The athlete raises both arms to shoulder height and keeps them there. They the walk forward for 20 yards and try to kick their leg up to their hand on the same…

BACKWARDS RUN - The athlete slowly jogs backwards for 20 yards. Encourage the athlete to reach back with each leg as far as they can when they jog. The run should have long strides,…



Saturday, June 8
TRLL Pets Policy

WE KINDLY ASK OUR TRLL FAMILIES AND FRIENDS TO REFRAIN FROM BRINGING DOGS AND OTHER PETS TO OUR TRLL COMPLEX.

PETS AND ANY UNFORTUNATE CONTACT WITH PEOPLE ARE EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED AND NOT COVERED BY OUR VARIOUS INSURANCE POLICIES.

WE REGRET THE INCONVENIENCE ... WE ALL LOVE OUR PETS.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND COOPERATION.  WE HOPE TO HAVE OUR NEW SIGNS UP SOON.



2014 TRLL Umpire Vouchers

Click Here to download & print the 2014 TRLL Umpire Voucher...

Instructions for Completing Umpire Voucher

1.      Complete Umpire Information Section.

2.      Get voucher signed by a manager or coach of the game you umpired.

3.      Bring voucher to Concession Stand.

4.      Concession’s representative files voucher in umpire voucher box

Click Here to download & print the 2014 TRLL Umpire Voucher...



TRLL President's Letter - Spring 2014



Welcome Toms River Little League (TRLL) Members and Families to 2014!   Baseball season will be upon us before we know it, TRLL Opening Day is April 5th, and your TRLL Board wishes to make certain we are all prepared and ready to play. We continue our multi-year plan of TRLL complex enhancements, and each year our fields and facilities have been upgraded. Thanks to the efforts of our Fundraising Committee these past several years, and with the support of you, our TRLL Members, and our Sponsors, we have kept our registration costs unchanged, and our baseball fields green and ready for play.

2014 marks 75 years for Little League Baseball and 62 years for TRLL.

This year the TRLL Board has decided on changes to our Major League Division which we feel will open opportunities for more age and skill specific play, and more playing time for our children.  We will divide our Major League into two (2) separate divisions:

First; a new 9 and 10 year old Division where Little League children ages 9 and 10 will play in their own respective Major League Division. This change will give these children more competitive playing time in their own respective and age specific Major League Division and Teams.  We will continue our participation in the non- Little League sanctioned 9 year baseball tournament hosted by Barnegat Little League; as well as fielding a 10 year old Little League Tournament All Star Team.  No changes for All Stars.  All Players ages 9 and 10 will be contacted via email blast from our TRLL Player Agent shortly for required try-outs tentatively scheduled for Saturday February 1st at TRLL Batting Cages, followed by a Drafting of teams. All these Players will be Drafted to Major League teams.

Second; our 11 and 12 year olds will play in their own age specific Major League Division too.  We will field our usual 11 and 12 year old Little League Tournament All Star Teams. No changes for All Stars.  All Players ages 11 and 12 who did not participate on Major League teams in 2013 will receive an email blast from our Player Agent for required try-outs tentatively scheduled for Saturday February 1st at TRLL Batting Cages, followed by a Drafting of teams. All these Players will be Drafted;  and, depending on our registration numbers,  we may continue to field a AAA All Star Team;  and other post season baseball and tournament opportunities for this age group.

Effectively, we have combined our former AA (the 9yr old division) and AAA (Minor League Division) with our Majors Program. All Players ages 9 through 12 will now be Major League Players.  In this way, we can field more teams, and enhance playing time and skill, adding more fun and team play for our children. This change helps us adjust to our TRLL registration numbers. We will conduct a complete re-Draft of all existing Major League teams. This annual practice is most common in other little leagues.

Players  ages 11 through 13 may again participate in the Intermediate Division, as well as Majors and Juniors Division specific teams, playing baseball on 50’-70’ size fields. Intermediate remains a separate Little League chartered Division, with its own All Star Tournament Team, and schedule. We hope to have unique TRLL 50-70 teams competing intermurally and, at even an intra-district level, if we can. Additional registration fees for Intermediate Division play will be minimal, and no additional Work Bond commitment is required. Juniors age 13 are welcome here. Registration and Draft details for the Intermediate Division will follow our Major League Drafts.

And speaking of Juniors, we are actively promoting our Junior and Senior League Divisions. We hope to include intra-district play; and will have post season play including, but not limited to the non-sanctioned Manchester Invitational, and other local baseball tournaments, for TRLL players of all competitive ages.

For our younger, non-competitive teams, ages 4 through 8; you can look forward to more playing time! We will be filling our fields with your games! TRLL will again host an 8 year old non-sanctioned baseball tournament in July. Our Pee Wee 7 year olds, and our T-Ballers will get more chances to play at TRLL too. How about some night games?!

 Surely, there are questions and kinks to work out.  And, we’ll address these as we progress. Our website is open 24/7 for online registration, and we have open, on-site registration scheduled Saturday January 25th. So check the website for this and other upcoming details: www.trll.us .

Please continue to support our Fundraising efforts; wear TRLL Clothing, it’s on sale at TRLL; dine out with our Sponsors; and come to our annual Comedy Night Dinner scheduled in early May. These and other efforts help keep ever rising costs in check, and help keep our registration fees constant. Please oblige when contacted by TRLL Fundraising volunteers, these are our members, and your teammates acting on behalf of all our baseball children.

All TRLL Members are welcome to attend open monthly TRLL Board Meetings; dates are posted on our website. We welcome your thoughts and ideas, and each year our TRLL Board asks for your help. TRLL will continue to communicate via our electronic website, social media, and email blasts. We can certainly use a helping hand getting ready for Spring. You may contact any Board Member via our website to volunteer.

So what’s next?  Register!!  Visit us at www.trll.us  .  TRLL looks forward to another fun filled baseball season with you, our members and families! Now Let’s PLAY BALL!!

On behalf our children, and for the TRLL Board;

Mark J. Angelo,

TRLL President



Our 10 Responsible Sports Resolutions:



1. Focus on skills not scores. Too much attention to the scoreboard comes at the expense of attention to other types of success. When youth athletes focus on learning and improving skills, they are taking steps toward immediate and long-term success. Setting attainable skills goals and then reaching them helps kids at every position and in every team role enjoy their sport experience and continue playing.

2. Cheer for efforts not outcomes. This resolution helps athletes concentrate on what they can control. In some sports, outcomes (goals, runs, points) are few and far between, often non-existent for players in defensive positions. But every player can contribute effort that can be the difference maker in a game. Cheer for these efforts will keep them coming.

3. Give your kids space. Sports is an environment to learn powerful life lessons, and many come through challenges and adversity and can be even more powerful when kids learn the lessons for themselves. In the age of "helicopter parents", resolve to resist the temptation to solve issues for your kids in sports. Not getting enough playing time? Encourage your kid to talk to the coach directly to make a case for an enhanced role. Sports is a terrific space to learn and grow if we parents give our kids the space to do so.

4. Commit to the 5:1 ratio. It's hard. We know. But giving kids feedback in a ratio of five positives to one negative can be the difference between a kid hearing your feedback and not hearing it, the difference between continuing to play or quitting. In the beginning, the 5:1 ratio may require writing it down to get the hang of it. But the more you practice it, the easier it becomes.

5. Brush it off. If you're committed to the principles of Responsible Sports, you've probably taught your athlete the idea of brushing off mistakes and moving forward. But are you practicing what you advocate? Do you brush off missed calls by the referee? Do you brush off mistakes made by athletes on the field? If not, your child probably will not do so either.

6. Participate positively. If last year you were frustrated by your child's youth sports experience, take a look in the mirror and try a different approach. Rather than complaining about coaches, arguing calls and riding your kids about their sports, try taking an oath: only say something if you have something good to say. Otherwise, refrain.

7. Thank coaches and officials. Coaches oftentimes only hear from disgruntled parents and athletes. Have you ever thanked a coach for teaching your child a new skill or for being another adult for your child to turn to in tough times? Coaches have emotional tanks that need to be filled too. Do your part! As for officials, we'd like to issue you this challenge: find one opportunity this season to thank the officials. If you see them get a tough call right, let them know after the game.

8. Value the opponent. In an attempt to motivate athletes, sometimes we become negative when it comes to our opponents. But the truth is, we need our opponent to even be able to play the game. A worthy opponent challenges us to be better than we thought we could be. We rise to the challenge and learn in both victory and defeat. Without a worthy opponent, we wouldn't have those opportunities. Resolve to value and honor your opponents and encourage your child to do the same.

9. Become a partner in your child's youth sports experience. Join the team of adults who are supporting positive youth sports experiences. Talk to your child's coach and ask how you can help - with your child in particular and with team as a whole. Volunteer to help out the team Mom or Dad. Offer your assistance to the league.

10. Participate in the Responsible Sports dialog. Resolve to share your thoughts, ideas and experiences with fellow parents and coaches this year. The youth sports experience is not just black and white, but also shades of grey that challenge all of us. By sharing your thoughts, you can not only get advice for folks going through the same challenges, but you could also help others out there who might be struggling with a situation. Resolve to share your experiences to help make youth sports better.

http://www.responsiblesports.com/



He's Just A Little Boy



2012 Just A Boy

PLEASE READ THIS ...

-Toms River Little League



Youth Sports Sign

TRLL Spring 2014 Registration Details



TRLL Spring 2014 Online Registration Details

There is an online registration portal available! All registrations should use the online portal. The online portal will be available for Early Registration sign-ups beginning at 12:00 AM 12/7/2013 through 12/22/2013.

Anyone that has previously registered at TRLL since the Spring 2012 season should be able to access the portal using your previously defined username and password. If you forgot your username or password, try clicking on the "Forgot username or password?" link within the registration portal logon window. Please use your previously created family profile to register returning and any new family member players to save yourself from re-entering all of your family and player profile information again.

The online registration portal will prompt you to create a new login and password for each family if you were not previously registered for a TRLL season. After creating your online username and password, you will be able to register individual or multiple players after you create your username and password. Please remember your username and password since you will be able to use it later on during the season for tracking your players' schedule and other league information services.

Print and bring a copy of the completed online registration invoice/receipt to the TRLL complex on a registration date. TRLL will be accepting online registration payments at this time for a small online processing fee ... or you may visit the TRLL complex on a published registration data to process payment and complete the registration process.

EVERYONE WILL STILL NEED TO COME TO THE TRLL COMPLEX ON A PUBLISHED ONSITE REGISTRATION DATE TO HAND DELIVER THEIR $200 WORK BOND CHECK.

If anyone in your family would like to Manage, Coach, or Assistant Coach, please specify during the registration process in the comments/request section of the registration form (Safety Certification will be required).

ALL special requests MUST be specified at registration time on your registration form in the "comments/requests" section.We will NOT accept any Voice, Email, or Written Requests. (Depending on the Age Group and Division we may not be able to accommodate all requests, but we will make every effort.)

Click Here to access the online registration portal (during the published dates): http://trll.leaguetoolbox.com/registration/

There will also be a few computer workstations available at the TRLL complex during the onsite registration dates if you are unable to complete the registration process from your home computer.

Registration fees (cash, check or credit card) and an independent, post-dated work bond check (checks only) can be collected on the day you register your child at the TRLL complex. The registration fee payment will be equal to the player registration cost(s) plus the $20 Mandatory Fundraising fee.

PLAYER SIGN-UP COSTS:

  • $245.00 for the First child - (includes $20 fund raising obligation for family)
  • $100.00 for the Second child
  • $50.00 for the Third child
  • $0.00 for the Fourth child+
  • $5 Online Portal Registration Fee (per family)
    Bond Check:

One check per family in the amount of $200.00 post-dated July 31st, 2014. Bond checks will be returned upon successful completion/certification of work bond volunteer hours - 5 hours per family. Any family that does not complete their work bond obligation will have their check cashed by TRLL after 7/31/2014.

Click Here for more details about TRLL Work Bond and Volunteerism... 

Birth Certificate and Proof of Residency:

All new registration candidates will need to bring a copy of their birth certificate along with Proof Of Residency (recent Tax Bill, Utility Bill, etc...) on a published registration date.

If you are a returning player, your Birth Certificate and Proof of Residency should already be held on file. If not, please be prepared to bring proof of birth date and residency that may be missing.

Baseball Residency: You can join TRLL if you reside west of Hooper Avenue or, south of Route 37 as far east as Whittier Avenue near the Route 37 and Washington Street intersection.



Little League Age Calculator
 Little League Age Calculator

The age cut-off date determined by Little League ® International is April 30th for each league age group.  Little League ® International has developed a LEAGUE AGE CALCULATOR for parents to determine the "baseball" age of their child.

Click on the Link here to determine the “league age” of any participant or candidate > League Age Calculator



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