Current Session Info

2015 Fall SOFTBALL

The fall season consist of 6 Saturday and 2 weekday games. The fall season will consist of non-competitive mostly instructional divisions. This is a good time for kids to experience the divisions they will play in during the Spring 2015 season.


Fall Ball 2015

Fall Baseball and Softball. This session will consist of 6 Saturday and 2 weekday games. This is mostly instructional type games. There are no games Columbus Day or Halloween weekends. It is a great time for a child to experience the division they would be playing in during the Spring of 2016

Getting Help

If you need help with the registration process, click here to submit a request, or contact:

For assistance with Registration,
contact Bill Waring

For more information, visit the Connetquot Youth Association website at http://connetquotyouthassociation.org/

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CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE

Welcome

 


WHERE DREAMS BEGIN!

 

Welcome to the Connetquot Youth Association Online Registration System!!

This system will allow you to electronically register your children 24/7. If you are new to our programs, you will be required to setup an account the first time you login to the system. For future use, you will have a user-name and password, which will allow you to make changes to your personal information such as address, email, or phone number and check your child's team assignments.  There is a nominal fee that will be applied to each online electronic registration. A $5.00 on-line discount will be applied to registration prices listed below.

 

All online registrations will incur a $3 per registrant fee. A $5.00 discount will apply for multi player registrations.   Discount will be taken from the lower of the registration fees and cannot be applied to T-ball or any softball registrations.

  “The Connetquot Youth Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to developing and enhancing the skills of young ball players through encouragement and instruction while maintaining a high degree of good sportsmanship and patience.”