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County’s Spring and Fall Slow-Pitch Softball Leagues Forming: Men’s, Women’s and Co-ed Teams Sought for Play

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Softball teams forming in Middlesex County Credits: TAPinto.net
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WOODBRIDGE/SOUTH AMBOY, NJ  -- Teams are being sought for the Middlesex County Parks and Recreation Office’s Adult Slow Pitch Softball Leagues, with sessions planned for both Spring and Fall. Those interested can register now and begin play as early as March 2017.

 

“Come out and play ball with other County residents, make new friends, and rediscover your love of the game in these extremely popular leagues,” said Freeholder Charles E. Tomaro, chair of the Infrastructure Management Committee.

 

Registration is now open. The Spring leagues will begin play in late March, and their team divisions are: Sunday Men’s, Monday Co-ed, Tuesday Men’s and Thursday Co-ed.

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Fall leagues will begin to play in late August. Their divisions are: Monday Men’s; Tuesday Men’s; Wednesday Co-ed and Thursday Co-ed.

 

Field locations include Thomas Edison Park in Edison and Warren Park in Woodbridge. Some games may also be played at Raritan Bay Waterfront Park in South Amboy.

 

“Our parks and fields offer the best environment to get together and explore the game while having fun as a community,” said Freeholder Director Ronald G. Rios. “So come on out and Play Ball!”

 

Please be aware of all league fees, as well as the $100 forfeit deposit (which is refundable).

 

  • Sunday Leagues: $275 plus $100 refundable forfeit deposit, for a total of $375.
  • Weekday Leagues: $325 plus $100 refundable forfeit deposit, For a total of $425.

 

Umpire fees are $24 per team, per game, and are payable in cash at the field.

 

Teams will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. All league fees, deposits and applications are due at the time of registration. Teams will not be accepted without payment and application.

 

The deadline to enter teams for the Spring season is March 10. The deadline for Fall season is Aug. 4.

 

All league information (schedules, rules, bulletins, updated scores and standings, etc) is available online at the league web page: http://mcpr.sportspilot.com/Scheduler/public/contests.aspx

 

For registration questions or other information, contact Erin Carroll at 732-745-4222 or

732-745-3900 or erin.carroll@co.middlesex.nj.us or Larry Mayerowitz at 732-585-8399 or  larry.mayerowitz@co.middlesex.nj.us.

 

League information can also be found on the County website: www.middlesexcountynj.gov, search: 2016 Softball Leagues.

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