Fingerprinting and Application Verification


  • TO REGISTER: Print out and complete the Universal Fingerprint Form.
  • Under Block #7 (Contributor’s Case # (Unique Identifier) on the application form ensure that it shows the Hamilton Township VRO number : L05001.
  • Make three (3) copies of the application, one for you, one for the township and one for the league secretary

(Step 2)

  • You must bring your completed application (step 1) along with proper ID to your appointment at Sagem Morpho’s site (closest site is in Ewing, 1230 Parkway Avenue, Ewing NJ 08628).
  • After fingerprinting is completed, you will be given a receipt by Sagem Morpho with a PCN # on it.  You must :
    • Attach the receipt to the copy of your application and drop the application to the Hamilton Recreation Office at 2388 Kuser Road.
    • Give a copy of the application and receipt to the league secretary, Colleen Bates.


NOTE: Regardless of your current occupation, certifications, and affiliation with other youth sports organizations’ it is required by the Township of Hamilton that all parties serving on a Board, coaching, or in a dugout must complete their background check process which is valid for three years.


You will be reimbursed for the process, please see Colleen Bates for details.

Questions regarding the process can be directed to Colleen Bates - 

Manager and Coach Application

Coaches and Managers

If you want to be a coach or manager in Hamilton Little Lads you MUST fill out a coach's application. This applies to ALL managers and coaches (a new application must be completed each year). No exceptions. You must also obtain your Ripken Certification. If you don't have the Ripken Certification please go to Ripken Certification and obtain it.

Contact Al DeLellis to obtain a coach's application or download and print the form.  

Applications MUST be returned ASAP

Thank You

Coaches and Managers.

Help Hamilton Little Lads go Green by encouraging everyone to use our online registration process. Registering online is a more efficient and cleaner way to do business. The online process eliminates all the printing, paperwork and leg work that goes on with our current process. By registering online our families will now be able to register in minutes and pay online from the comfort of their home or office at anytime. By registering online our families will receive an instant confirmation via e-mail that ensures them that they are registered. They can use that confirmation and bring it into the league if they have any issues with their registrations. This is their time stamped receipt.

Help us go Green and save Green in the process.

Officer of the Day Task List

The list of the tasks assigned to the Officers of the Day has been updated and uploaded to the site.  Please familiarize yourself with it before your scheduled day.

Putting Sportsmanship into Practice

We pride ourselves in providing the most positive sport experience possible for our players, coaches, officials, and parents. The key to delivering that experience is establishing an environment in which character and sportsmanship are embraced and fostered.

Try as we might, we’re not perfect. You may have witnessed a player respond angrily to an umpire’s call or talk or act disrespectfully to a coach. Or perhaps you’ve seen a coach yell at players or mistreat an umpire. Which is to say, we all need to be reminded of what sport is all about and how we can collectively, through our words and actions, instill and perpetuate sportsmanship in our baseball and softball programs.

Putting Sportsmanship into Practice” is a free, recorded webinar which discusses many aspects of good sportsmanship and character.  Jerry Reeder, assistant executive director of the American Sport Education Program (ASEP), leads this hour-long webinar which defines the role of sport administrators and coaches in fostering sportsmanship and provides action-steps for instilling sportsmanship in your baseball or softball program. Topics include:

• Defining sportsmanship
• Coaching for character grade
• Poor sportsmanship or smart baseball?
• Where do you draw the line?
• A coach’s role in sportsmanship education
• Three approaches for teaching sportsmanship
• Sportsmanship guidelines for coaches
• The influence of a coach

To view this informative webinar, click here.  There is a registration form to fill out to view the webinar, but there is no charge for it.