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TNLL JANUARY 2022 NEWSLETTER

 

We hope everyone is having a great new year!  As was the case last season, we are met with some challenges.  We ask for a little patience as we work through them, but we do have some news to report that we hope will be helpful.

 

Tryouts/Evaluations:

Because there are no January dates available at Concord Sports Center and since we are not able to use school district facilities at this time, the soonest we will be able to schedule evaluations is in February.  Our first clinic will be February 5, this date will be used to give players the opportunity to get a workout in before evaluations.

Evaluations will be February 12 for players ages 9-12 and younger players who wish to try out for Minors play.

The schedule for all clinic dates and times will be posted soon as well as evaluation details.

Registrations:

It was our plan to have begun registrations by now.  However, given the possible discussions with Laconia and waiting to hear from the school district, things have been pushed back a bit.

We will soon have registrations open on our tnll.org website.  Please keep an eye out for another message from TNLL here and through the school e-mails with details.

Calling all Coaches:

As always, we are looking for volunteers to coach, especially at the Rookie and T-Ball levels.  We are happy to announce we will once again partner with Big Al Baseball to provide free online training information experienced and prospective coaches.  This program will also be available free to all parents.

We will be posting the info for the Big Al program as soon as we have the link set up.  We will also be scheduling coaching clinics at each level.  All of this is an effort to provide the best baseball experience we can for our players and families. 

We hope to spark parents’ interest and that you check out how gratifying coaching youth sports can be.

Umpire Training:

Our new TNLL Umpire in Chief, Karrie Finemore will be scheduling preseason Umpire Training Clinics.  As many of you know, she is not new to this position and she provides a wealth of knowledge and experience for those interested in volunteering in this way, young and/or young at heart, in volunteering in this way.  It is vitally important that TNLL is able to provide Little League trained umpires who can be counted on to umpire our home games in the true Little League volunteer spirit.

Looking Forward:

We are excited to moving forward with our TNLL 2022 season and to seeing you all on the field!

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