LARRY GOLDBERG-LEAGUE ADMINISTRATOR FOR SCHEDULING
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ARE NOT PERMITTED IN THE DUGOUTS
OFFICIAL HOME OF THE
KINGS COUNTY SOFTBALL LEAGUE
UPCOMING LEAGUE NEWS:
All Playoff Series are the best 2 out of 3 games.
KINGS COUNTY SOFTBALL AND KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS ARE GOING TO SEE THE CYCLONES AUGUST 22ND.
PROCEEDS OF TICKEST BEING RAISED FOR THE VETERANS CHARITY. CONTACT MICHAEL AS SOON AS POSSIBLE FOR TICKETS
Taking applications for the following Fall Leagues:
1) Sunday Fall Season
2) Men Weeknight
3) Co-Ed Weekend
4) Co-Ed Weeknight
All Fall seasons begin the week after Labor Day.
Contact Michael at 917-744-2159 for information.
Note to Managers:
1) FOR ALL SCHEDULING CONCERNS AND QUESTIONS,
CONTACT LARRY (718) 496-7236
IMPORTANT: WHEN IT RAINS
WHEN IT RAINS, ALL TEAMS are to bring equipment (SHOVELS,RAKES and BUCKETS) to work on their fields. If we work together to clear off the water and FILL in holes, the games will be played. If fields are not playable, somes games will be canceled.
THE COMISSIONER BRINGS EQUIPMENT SO THE TEAMS MUST BRING EQUIPMENT. TOGETHER WE CAN HAVE AN ENJOYABLE SEASON. THANK YOU.
Please Be Aware
To all managers, We have received numerous complaints from the NYC Parks Department in Brooklyn about litter in the bench areas. We have been given a warning that we will lose our permits if we do not take care of the garbage left behind after our games. Please inform your teams that they must keep the area clean during and after all games played. If you find garbage in the bench and field area prior to your game, please advise the NYC Parks Dept personnel. Let's make every effort to keep it clean so that we do not lose our permits.
PLEASE NOTE THAT SMOKING OF ANY KIND IS BANNED IN THE FIELD AREAS!!. WE HAD AN ISSUE WITH THE PARKS DEPARTMENT THIS WEEK AND ANYONE CAUGHT NOT FOLLOWING THESE RULES WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE THE FIELD AREA AND FACE A POSSIBLE FINE IF CAUGHT BY THE PARKS DEPARTMENT.
BYES FOR July 27:
AM - Mayhem, PJ Hanleys, Sportspage, Ray's, 3rd and 7th, Blue Jays, Linea, Majestic Kohn, Brooklyn Blackout