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SK Girls Slow Pitch Online Registration
Girls’ Slow Pitch Softball League 2013 Registration
Online registration for the 2013 South Kingstown Girls' Slow Pitch Softball League will start on January 3 at www.skslowpitch.com. In-person registration will be held on Saturday, January 26, from 10:00 am to noon and again on Wednesday, February 6, from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Neighborhood Guild. New and returning coaches may fill out a coaching application at in-person registration (copy of Driver's license and an additional form of ID are required for the background check). League sweatshirts and sweatpants may be ordered at in-person registration or by mail-in form available online.
Early-bird registration fees (prior to February 7th) are $35 for the Instructional program, held on Saturday mornings starting April 27 (ages 7-8), $55 for the Junior League (ages 9-12), and $60 for Senior League (age 13 through high school senior). Please register early - fees go up $10 ($5 for Instructional) on Feb. 7th and registration closes on March 13th.
Junior and Senior League games are played twice a week from mid-May through July at Old Mountain Field. Financial assistance is available if registering in-person. All ages are as of Dec. 31, 2012 (proof of age is not required). Online registrations are payable by credit card only and an additional $2.00 transaction fee is applied. The League welcomes girls of all skill levels from South Kingstown and surrounding towns and is dedicated to teaching the basic skills of softball in a fun, recreational program. For additional information, please visit www.skslowpitch.com.
More About S.K. Girls' Slow Pitch Softball League
S.K. Girls' Slow Pitch Softball League is a South Kingstown based program offering athletic involvement for girls through leagues for participants age 7 through those finishing their senior year in high school. The league allows teams made up of locals from South Kingstown as well as those from the surrounding area and is dedicated to teaching softball skills in a fun and engaging recreational setting. Coaches at S.K. Girls' Slow Pitch are encouraged to be more concerned with letting every member of a team play and develop their talent than with winning league competitions.