Our Mission

Colonial Little League aspires to be an outstanding educational athletic organization that provides a high-quality experience to our participants in which every athlete wishing to play in our league....

1. Is coached with a positive, encouraging attitude by the best talent we can provide and where good sportsmanship is a fundamental principle.

2. Has a safe atmosphere, playing grounds and experience.

3. Has fun playing the game.

4. Is a part of the team regardless of performance and where teamwork is recognized as a primary goal of the season.

5. Learns baseball, the skills, tactics and strategies of the game and improves as a player.

6. Learns other "life lessons" that have value beyond the playing field.

7. Is encouraged to return to baseball next year for an even better experience!

We are commited to creating a culture in which coaches, parents, fans, umpires and athletes work together to achieve our mission and have a place to return next year that will provide the same goals and environment.

 
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Announcements:
  • 2019 General Meeting

    Posted September 9, 2019

    Hello Colonial Little League Families,

    On Tuesday, September 17th, Colonial Little League will be holding our Annual General Membership and Election meeting, 7pm at the Great Meadows Middle School cafeteria.

    In addition to conducting normal League business, we will be giving reports on the 2019 season, determine how many board positions we will hold for the upcoming 2020 baseball season and then proceed to fill them.

    This past year we had 10 Board Members, but we can expand that number as the general membership sees fit. The more people we have involved the better baseball experience we can bring to your children. If there is something new you think we can add or improve on for the upcoming season, please feel free to volunteer and help make it happen.

    Here is a link the explains the Roles & Responsibilities of Local Board of Directors

 
2019 Registration
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Colonial Little League

serves the Hackettstown Sending District which includes Independence, Allamuchy, Hackettstown, and Liberty Townships

All Players who live or go to school in any of the Towns listed above are welcome to register.

We are not a travel league, there are no tryouts necessary to be on a team. All Registered players will be on a team and have playing time.

Who Is Colonial Little League?

Colonial Little League was organized and officially Chartered by Little League International (Williamsport Pa.) in 2013 by a group of people who wanted to bring a "better brand" of Baseball to our Community and more importantly, our youth.

Over the last 6 seasons we have been able to bring that "better brand" of baseball to both our Spring and Fall programs. There have been a few valuable keys which have played a big role in our success...

  1. Rules - Colonial LL plays by the rules set forth by Little League International which all Managers and Coaches are given access to via the Little League Rules books that are handed out each year. These rules include a strict pitch count to protect our young arms.
  2. Code of Conduct- Colonial has a sound Code of Conduct Policy/Parent Player Pledge which ensures that the conduct of the Coaches, Players and Parents does not interfere with the Colonial Little League Mission Statement.
  3. Umpires- We bring quality, trained and experienced Umpires who know the rules of the game well .
  4. Free Winter Clinics- Over the previous Winters Colonial LL has held indoor clinics which are free and available to all registered players. In 2018 the Clinics will begin in January and continue through March.

Colonial LL is currently run by a 10 person, Volunteer Board of Directors from within our community. The Board is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the league within the rules, regulations and policies of Little League International.

For the 2018 season Colonial LL is very pleased be partnered up with the Independence Township Recreation Committee, Allamuchy Township Recreation Commission and the Liberty Twp. Recreation Committee to provide Recreation Baseball for their respective Townships for players ages 5-14.

For more info click on our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Our 2019 Sponsors
 
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Our 2019 Sponsors
 

 
Little League University

Little League Baseball and Softball has launched the online destination of its new training and education platform, Little League University. LittleLeagueU.org is designed to transform the way volunteers, league and district administrators, coaches, and parents experience learning about the Little League program.

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