- Welcome to North Hills T-Ball (formerly College Hill and NCH T-Ball)
- T-Ball Registration for 2016 is now open
- Download the registration form on this website to register
- Scroll thru the Welcome Page for a general review of the T-Ball Program
- For more information - go to: www.leaguelineup.com/collegehillbaseball
North Hills T-Ball Program 2017
Welcome to the North Hills T-Ball Program Web Page. Thank you for your interest in our Program.
North Hills T-Ball was formed this year. It is a combination of College Hill T-Ball and North College Hill T-Ball.
We invite you to find out more about our Program by browsing this web site.
We hope you will register your son or daughter to play - any child with a birthday between 5/1/2010and 4/30/2012is eligible. You can download a registration form from this web page.
Please complete the registration form - click the link above and download. Remember, your child can not play until he or she is registered.
Please scroll thru the pages below for more informaiton.
Thank you for your interest in North Hills Baseball
T-Ball Registration Form
You can download the T-Ball registration form. Simply click the link above and then click to open the link in adobe acrobat reader.
Once downloaded, please complete and return the form. The registration fee is $30 and should be paid at the time of registration. The form provides instructions on how to deliver the form (you can return by mail or deliver to 1446 Thomwood Drive in College Hill [directions are included on the form and below])
Some additional information is as follows:
Again any child with a birthday between 5/1/2010 and 4/30/2012 is eligible. All that is necessary is to complete and return the registration form. The fee is $30 and payment is expected at the time of registration.
We will have a walk in registration at the North College Hill City Center (formerly Clovernook School) at 1498 West Galbraith Road on the following 5 Saturdays: December 3, December 10, January 28, February 4 and February 11).
If you can not download the registration form you can obtain a form by:
1. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send a form (pdf format) back to you, or
2. Picking up a form at Bill O'Brien's house -1446 Thomwood Drive in College Hill.
Directions from the intersection of Hamilton and North Bend Roads Proceed North on Hamilton to the 6th street - turn left onto Hollywood Avenue. Proceed to the first stop sign and turn left onto Devonwood Drive. Proceed to the first street - turn left onto Thomwood. The house is the last house on the right - green shutters, blue trim and a white garage door) Forms are on the front porch. Would suggest you bring your check book and complete the form and pay the registration fee at the same time (checks payable to North Hills Baseball).
Directions from the intersection of Galbraith and Daly Roads: Proceed South on Daly Road to the first traffic light - turn right onto Hollywood Avenue. Go to the second stop sign and turn right onto Devonwood Drive. Go to the first street and turn left onto Thomwood.
Please look thru the information on the web page. It provides a great deal of information about the North Hills T-Ball Program.
Thanks for your interest in our T-Ball Program
Ticket for a Cincinnati Red's Game - all part of the Registration
Register your son or daughter to play T-Ball and your child will receive a voucher to attend a Cincinnati Red's Baseball game at no charge.
Your t-ball team will have a team event at the Red's game - dates yet to be determined. Your team manager will provide more information.
We participate in the Kid Glove Game Program. In this program the Cincinnati Reds designate certain night as Kid Glove Game Night.
We will receive vouchers for one or more of these games. The vouchers can be redeemed for a ticket to the baseball game - at no charge for the player. Additionally tickets can be purchased for $12 (and all proceeds are used to purchase equipment for the North Hills T-Ball and Baseball Programs).
Your team manager will give you more information about this fun event.
Equipment and Uniforms for Players in T-Ball
All a youngster needs to play T-Ball is a glove and a pair of gym shoes. We will provide uniforms and equipment (bases, bats, balls and the like). Players can bring their own bats, batting gloves and the like but this is not required.
The uniform consists of a hat, shirt and pants. The player can keep the hat and shirt but must return the pants to the Manager at the end of the season.
Don't forget the registration entitles the player to a voucher that can be exchanged for a free ticket to a Cincinnati Reds Game (part of the Kid Glove Game promotion - dates to be determined - your manager will have information on this) (and parents, family and friends can all attend the game at a cost of $12 per ticket). Your Team Manager will cooridnate this and will provide all necessary information
Registration Deadline and Registration Form
T-Ball Registration is open thru February 15, 2016
Please, please register on time.
You can download a registration form from this site. Simply click on the link above.
Thanks for your cooperation in completing and timely returning the registration form.
Basic Information about T-Ball
T-Ball is for children with birthdays between 5-1-2010 and 4-30-2012.
The registration fee is $35 and the fee should be paid at the time of registration.
T-ball is played with a low impact ball and not a hardball. The league provides bats, balls, and uniforms. A player need only provide a glove (special shoes/rubber spikes are not necessary/ a regular pair of gym shoes is just fine).
Anticipate a 10 game season - the Season will start in late April and conclude by the end of June. Games will be played on Saturday's and occassionally during the week (weekday games could occur on any day of the week). Games will be played in fields located in College Hill, North College Hill, Finneytown and Clifton.
In terms of a time commitment, the norm would be one game and one practice per week. In some weeks their could be an additional game on a weekday night (please keep in mind that we will not have completed schedules, formed teams etc. until early April).
If you are new to this, please remember T-Ball is all about fun. Everyone will have a good time - parents, coaches and players. If your child is elgible to play (again any child with a birthdate between 5/1/2010 and 4/30/2012 is eligible to play).
All you need to do is complete and submit a registration form. The registration fee is $30 and payment is expected at the time of registration.
If your child is too young for T-Ball, we suggest you contact the local YMCA - they sometimes have leagues for younger players.
If your child is older, please visit our baseball website for more information (www.leaguelineup.com/collegehillbaseball).
Remember you can download the registration form from this site. Just go to the handout section (left side of your screen). You will need an adobe acrobat reader to download the form and just be patient in downloading if you are using dial-up access.
If you want your child to play with a neighbor, friend or with a particular coach, just indicate this on the form. We will try (and in most cases at this age level we can) to honor your request.
You can get more information on our North Hills Program at our baseball website: leaguelineup.com/collegehillbaseball. IF you have questions, pease send us an emai at: email@example.com
Please remember the key to this is completion of a Registration Form. If you can not download a form, then you can pick one up at Bill O'Brien's house - 1446 Thomwood Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 45224 (in College Hill).
Directions (from the intersection of Hamilton and North Bend) are:
Go North on Hamilton Avenue to the 6th street
Turn LEFT on Hollywood (you will be going East)
Turn LEFT on Devonwood (the first stop sign)
Turn LEFT on Thomwood (this is the first street)
(turn on the "short side of Thomwood)
The house is the last hours on the RIGHT (1446 is the address)
Forms are in a basket in the front porch. Just a suggestion, bring your check or money order with you and you can just drop off the completed registration form at the house. Please make check or money order payable to North Hills Baseball.
Thanks again for your interest in our Program. We look forward to receiving your registration form.
Finally remember there is open registration on the following 5 Saturdays: December 3, 10, January 28, February 4 and 11 from 11 am until 2 pm at the North College Hill City Center (formerly Clovernook School) at 1498 West Galbraith Road in North College Hill.
Interested in managing a T-Ball Team or Helping Out as Team Coordinator
We are always looking for coaches and/or people to assist or generally help out with the T-Ball Program. No prior experience required. If interested, please send us an email at Baseballcollegehill@gmail.com
Thanks for your interest. (and we can almost certainly guarantee you will have fun if you do assist!!!!!)
Please note, a huge help is for a team to have a team coordinator. This person (and there can be more than one) will handle the paperwork and coordinate communications within the team. This is really important and the team manager will really appreciate this help.
If you register thru the walk-in registration ( on 5 separate Saturdays: December 3 and 10, January 28, and February 4 and 11 from Noon until 2 pm at the North College Hill City Building (formerly Clovernook School) at 1498 West Galbraith Road in North College Hill. You can also let a representative know of your interest.
Or simply mark on the registration form (or include a separate note) that you would be interested or willing to coach or otherwise assist with your child's team.
2017 Registration Fees
The registration fee for T-Ball is $35. Please make your check or money order payable to North Hills Baseball (we would strongly prefer payment by check or money order in lieu of cash). You will also be able to register on line and pay using a debit or credit card.
If you have another family member playing T-Ball or Baseball in our North Hills program, you may deduct $5 from the 2nd and all subsequent registrations. We need a separate registration form for each child. Please just submit the forms at the same time and/or indicate on the face of the form that the Family Discount applies.
North Hills Baseball Program for older children
(if your child is too old for T-Ball)
If your child is too old for T-Ball, our North Hills Baseball Program is open for youngsters with birthdays between 5/1/1998 and 4/30/2008. We participate in the Greater Cincinnati Knothole Program and are a part of the West Region.
Click on the link above for a registration form or if you have additional questions, them please either:
Please visit our website at:
or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
(there is a great deal of information on the website and again you can use the registration form on this site to register for baseball as well as t-ball)
Community Involvement - Assistance from Reds' Community Fund
North Hills Baseball is very pleased to be the recipeient of assistance from the Reds' Community Fund - funds which enalble us to maintain relatively low registration fees.
As part of our participation in the Reds' Program, we do engage in community activities. Typically we do a field clean up project and mini fun session in Mid March.
Additionally, we have done canned food drive and other community oriented activities.
Your team manager will have more information on these activities.
T- Ball is abll about having fun and introducing the game of baseball to children. We hope that the combination of fun and learning will encourage children to keep playing baseball.
We understand that everyone's circumstances are different.
But there are a few things we would ask that you keep in mind:
1. Attending practices and games (getting your child there) is important.
2. Offer to help - there are many things that need to get done onto only in terms of practice but in just keeping things organized. If you can, please offer to assist.
3. The limited practice time and games do not make it possible for the Coach to fully introcue yor child to the game of baseball. If you can, play catch or other basebabll type games with your child. Nothing wrong with watching baseball on TV with your child to help him/her learn about the game.
4. Most importantly, have fun. Our children are this age only once - enjoy the experience.
If you have questions or concerns, send us an email at email@example.com.
We do want palying T-Ball to be a positive experience for all involved.