Rowayton, CT

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Latest League Update: May 13, 2020

Here is a brief summary of what’s happened in the last couple weeks:

  • As you all know, Governor Lamont announced that schools will remain closed for the remainder of the academic calendar year and summer camps will not be allowed to open until after June 29th. 
  • The Little League World Series in Williamsport, PA along with all Regional tournaments have been cancelled.
  • Little League International lifted their suspension of league activity allowing local leagues to return to play this week as long as state and local guidelines are met.
  • Yesterday Mayor Rilling updated the City of Norwalk’s COVID-19 Reopen Plan - team sports are not permitted until Phase 4 of the plan.
What does this mean for Rowayton Little League?
  • Our best guess is that Phase 4 would begin early July, the soonest that we would be permitted to get out on the fields.
  • Rowayton Little League, in cooperation with Little League International and surrounding towns, are working on a “Safe Return to Play” plan for the Summer / Fall. This includes safe distancing guidelines, number of allowable players in the dugouts at any given time, coach / parent involvement, rules changes, etc. 
  • If the CDC, state and local authorities, and the RLL Board of Directors determine that is is safe to return to play, we will share our plan and assess interest levels at that point.
What are you thinking? 
We would like to hear from you. Please take 2 minutes to complete this brief survey to let us know your thoughts and where your head is at the moment. 
What are your options?
We’ve intentionally decided to keep open the possibility of playing rather than officially “cancelling” our season. Why? Because returning to play is not a matter of if but when. We view this downtime as a postponement - a long, unwanted rain delay. That said, we understand that many of you expected a traditional Spring baseball season. Here are your options at this point in terms of registration and fees
  1. Keep your registration as a credit for Summer / Fall / Spring 2021
  2. Request a refund (less a $25 administrative and fields maintenance fee)
  3. Make a tax deductible donation to RLL to offset operational losses for 2020 or setup a scholarship fund
If we do not hear from you, we will keep your 2020 Spring registration fee as a credit towards when we are able to start playing again. If you would like a refund or want to make a donation to RLL, please let us know and we will take care of it. 

Once we have any additional information we will reach back out. For now, thanks for checking out our survey and letting us know what you would like to do with your 2020 Registration Fee.

Please be well and stay in touch!
RLL Board
2020 Registration NOW OPEN

Registration for T-Ball, Baseball and Softball has begun. Sign up your Little Leaguer today.



BASEBALL - Boys and girls ages 4-12 (Boys born between September 2007 and August 2016)

SOFTBALL - Girls ages 6-12 (Girls born between January 2007 and December 2013)


To be eligible to participate in Rowayton Little League baseball, you must have one of the following qualifications: 

  1. Be a resident of the Sixth Taxing District and live within the zip codes of 06853 or 06854-3829.

  2. Or the player must be enrolled in a school that resides in 06853 or 06854-3829. This includes: Rowayton Elementary School, Roton Middle School, The Community Cooperative Nursery School (CCNS), United Church Nursery School (UCNS), or Five Mile River Nursery School.

Register now for the 2020 Spring Season. Deadline for early bird registration is December 31, 2019. Registrations after 12/31 may be subject to higher fees AND spots will not be guaranteed. So please register your little leaguer today!

by posted 12/02/2019
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