Little League Baseball
On October 9, 2017, nearly two dozen Accenture employees based in Arlington, VA volunteered their time on a very warm Fall day to aid the Centreville community. The group completed numerous field maintenance activities at a sports complex used by hundreds of Southwestern Youth Association players for Little League baseball games and practices. Their efforts have further enhanced the safety and use of this complex that is used on a regular basis by the children of our community for healthy activity, learning about the value of teamwork, and becoming good citizens.
Thank you to Accenture and their workforce for embodying these values and enriching our community.
New Standard to be implemented for the 2018 season – Read More about this here:
Little League has updated all their information on bats for the upcoming season. Be sure to review for bats are legal as new penalties for illegal bats (automatic outs) are in place. Bats are now available in stores and can be used for our fall season!
Little League adopted a new age determination date for players. Here is the summary on this change and how it impacts the different age levels, effective immediately:
For players born before September 1, 2005: For the 2017 fall – 2018 spring season, these players will use the April 30 age determination date – April 30, 2018.
For players born on or after September 1, 2005: For the 2017 fall – 2018 spring season, these players will use the August 31 age determination date – August 31, 2018.
The 2018 Little League Age Determination Chart can be found here Age Charts on Little League’s web site as it also applies to our Fall 2017 season. (Remember, we are 12 and under)
Read more to see additional pictures from closing ceremonies. Thanks to all who came out to support the teams!
On Saturday, following the Majors championship game we will be recognizing all our regular season division winners, playoff winners and runner ups, and all our All Star teams. Be sure to come out to Cub and watch all the excitement on Saturday & Monday night. Awards ceremony expected to start about 15 minutes following the Majors game completion. Game details for player pitch levels – good luck to all teams:
Majors: Yankees beat the Reds for the Championship
AAA: Pirates beat the Giants for the Championship
AA: Maryland beat Florida for the Championship
While we all recognize that parking at Cub Run can be tough to come by at times, we want to make sure that all our players and their families are safe when leaving their cars and making their way to the fields. It has come to our attention that there have been some number of incidents where cars are being parked illegally, often ignoring posted signs, making crossing streets/intersections very dangerous. This includes parking illegally in the school parking lots. Please heed all signage and consider the players, families, and the local residents in your choice for parking as there is always the school lot (other side of the building) – which is often less than half full. We expect the police to be patrolling this area more frequently because of complaints. Here is a general summary of Fairfax County parking regulations:
Please heed this warning as well as street posting. All these regulations apply to all our fields.
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