Last Updated: January 24, 2017
 JUST IN Junior Division (ages 13-14) will be an all in house division   [More Info]
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Welcome to the home of 

Sayre Woods South Little League

 

 



 

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN

for the spring 2017 baseball & softball programs

 


 


 

13-14 YEAR OLD JUNIOR DIVISION

SWSLL is pleased to announced that our 13-14 division will be an all in house division with all the games being played on the SWSLL Senior Field.

 

 


 


 

 

SWSLL WOULD LIKE TO THANK 

 

 

For their very generous donation to the league. 

 

 


 


 

ADDRESS FOR OLD BRIDGE EAST:

For anyone traveling to OB East for a game, here is the address: 

11 Ely Ave.

Old Bridge NJ 08879

 

 


 


 

  BAT RULES  

It's that time of year again, when everyone wants a new bat. Click the link and it will bring you to the official Little League bat information page. 

IMPORTANT NOTE: LITTLE LEAGUE BAT RULES AND TRAVEL BASEBALL BAT RULES ARE DIFFERENT. A BAT DEEMED LEGAL IN TRAVEL, MIGHT BE CONSIDERED ILLEGAL BY LITTLE LEAGUE STANDARDS. SO SHOP CAREFULLY.

 

If you have any further questions, please post it in the new forums section of the website and someone will answer it as soon as possible.

 


 

REMINDERS
 
*Smoking is prohibited in the confines of the SWSLL complex. If you would like to smoke during games, we ask that you please go into the parking lot. 
 
*Please do not bring pets of any kind in to the complex
 
*Also no bike riding, skateboarding or hover-boarding is permitted inside the complex. 
 
 
 
 
 

 REMINDER: MANDATED N.J. STATE LAW

 

Sayrewood South Little League Families,

 Please be advised that as of April 2007, the State of New Jersey passed a law mandating that any child under the age of 18, that requires corrective lenses for better eye sight, that participate in any organized sports are required to wear safety sport glasses. Regular fashion eyewear does not provide the proper protection to prevent serious eye injuries.

SWS Little League would like to announce a program to help enhance the continued safety of your children while participating in youth sports. One of our sponsors, Drs. Mark & Silberberg will provide a discount of 25% off a complete pair of safety sport glasses. In addition, a $15.00 donation, for every pair of safety sport glasses sold, will be contributed back to the SWS Little League. A current and valid eyeglass prescription is all that is needed.

If you have any further questions, please contact the doctor’s office at (732) 583-9797 or see our website (aneyetothefuture.com) for contact information.

 Thank You Drs. & Silberberg,   

 
SWS board of directors
 
 
 
 

 

FUNDRAISER-HOMERUN$ FOR CHARITY
 
Drs. Adam Mark and Steve Silberberg - Optometric Physicians have notified us that they will again be donating at least $10 for every homerun that is hit (over the fence) in the 2016 season ($20 for any Grand Slam). They graciously donated $400 dollars for last years homer totals.
So kids, eat your Wheaties and help support SWSLL and the future stars of SWSLL..
Thank you again Drs Mark and Silberberg for your continued support of SWS.
 
 
 
 
 

Athletic Code of Conduct

In accordance with the Law in the State of New Jersey and in conjunction with Old Bridge Township Ordinance NO. 47-03, Sayre Woods South Little League will begin enforcing an Athletic Code of Conduct policy. Before the start of the season, each parent and coach will be asked to sign a statement acknowledging their acceptance and understanding of the consequences of violating such policy. Uniforms will not be distributed without such signed statements. Forms will distributed to parents by team managers. You can read the Athletic Code of Conduct by going to our Handouts section or by clicking here.

Volunteer Grants


Some companies encourage and recognize the efforts of employees who devote their personal time to volunteer activities. These employees who do substantial volunteer work for nonprofit, tax-exempt public charities in their community are usually encouraged to apply to their company for a grant to their organization. As an active volunteer through our work bond program, any league family who is able to secure such a grant from their employer, may have all or portions of their registration fee waived depending on the monetary size of the grant. Ask your employer if they provide volunteer grants and help support our league.