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Wednesday, June 20
Another Chaloux Success!!!
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Stan Chaloux, Steven Carreiro, Ty Parsons, and Eddie Madden
The sixth annual North Reading Little League/Tim Chaloux 12-Year-Old Appreciation Game took place Sunday, June 17, at Benevento Park. Congrats to the 26 players who took part and all the volunteers who helped make the day a huge success and a great memory for everyone involved, especially the Chaloux Family. A special congrats as well to MVP Steve Carreiro and Spirit Award winner Ty Parsons.  Photos from the day were kindly taken by Julie O'Donnell and can be seen/downloaded at:


Tuesday, April 17
NRLL Challenger Division Ready For 2018



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North Reading Little League is proud to announce that its Challenger Division will return for the fifth straight year.

Challenger is most easily described as adaptive baseball for kids with special needs. It was established in 1989 as a separate division of Little League to enable boys and girls with physical and intellectual challenges, ages 4-18 (or up to age 22 if still enrolled in high school), to enjoy the game of baseball along with the millions of other children who participate in the sport worldwide. Today, more than 30,000 children participate in more than 900 Challenger Divisions worldwide.

Since its inception in 2014, the NRLL Challenger Division has grown to include nearly four dozen players, serving families in North Reading and attracting youngsters from area communities that include Reading, Peabody, and Lynnfield. Coaches and volunteers – known as “buddies” – take a clinic-style approach that combines skills and drills, followed by modified games for the players. The emphasis is on fun and learning in a safe environment.

Sessions will run on Sundays from 9-10:30 a.m. starting April 29 at Benevento Fields, with a “road game” or two mixed in against some of the Challenger Divisions in surrounding communities. The program runs through mid-June, ending with a Jamboree hosted by Weston Little League, which is always a big hit with families and volunteers. 

NRLL President Eddie Madden has seen the impact of the Challenger Division firsthand.

“It’s wonderful to see so many kids out on the field having fun and being able to enjoy the great game of baseball,” he said.

“Challenger is one of the best things we do as a league because of how it positively affects lives, and that goes beyond the players,” added Madden, who thanked Braga Landscaping for sponsoring team jerseys and equipment for this year’s program. “The volunteers, many of them Little League players or parents themselves, find it an incredibly rewarding experience.”

Those interested in learning more about the program may contact NRLL Challenger Division director Chris Hanson at chrishanson2925@gmail.com or by calling (781) 439-9031.



Monday, July 10
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Wednesday, April 2
NRLL Now on Instagram and Twitter



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North Reading Little League continues to add to its social media offerings and now has an Instagram account as well as being part of Twitter. Our Instagram user name is  northreadingll. You can follow us on Twitter @nrllinfo. Please pass the word to everyone you think would be interested in staying connected with all that’s happening in NRLL.


Send Us Your Questions!
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Send an e-mail to president@nrll.org or nrll1952@hotmail.com. Our mailing address: is P.O. Box 619, North Reading, MA 01864. Please don't send registrations to the P.O. Box. All registrations are done online.


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