Spring Baseball/Softball 2018
North Wall Little League provides the opportunity for all to learn and play Baseball & Softball
The NWLL program is available to all participants from the age of 5 through 18 years. The structure of the program has evolved annually to account for our increased registration growth, but will typically include Divisions by player age and capability.
Please check out the age-based programs we have for your son and daughter. We believe everyone should have the chance to play baseball or softball.
The Little League manager is more than a teacher. The heart of Little League is what happens between the adult manager/coach and player. It is the manager more than any other individual who controls the situation in which the players benefit.
North Wall Little League News
North Wall Little League Opening Day is this Saturday, April 21, 2018 at 9AM! It is a great, family fun day for all. We need volunteers to make this an awesome day for all our Little League Players. Please sign up here to volunteer just an hour or two of your time. ttsu.me/shack_parade_duty Let’s make…Read More
Our sponsor, McDonald’s of Wall, has generously offered 20% in fundraising for all proceeds during Uniform PickUp on April 12. Just visit McDonald’s of Wall on April 12, 2018 between 5PM and 8PM to pick up your player’s uniform and sign up for Volunteer times. Have dinner or a snack there at McDonald’s and they…Read More
Tickets on now on sale through Eventbrite for the 2nd Annual Casino Night Fundraiser. Casino Night will take place on Friday, May 11, 2018 at the beautiful Spring Lake Manor. Tickets include dinner, Beer, Wine, Music and a fun Casino Night Theme! This is an adult only fundraiser and it sure to be a great time…Read More
As you know, North Wall Little League is a non-profit organization whose mission is to develop the qualities of citizenship, discipline, teamwork and physical well-being through proper guidance and exemplary leadership. Our goal includes fostering a safe, fun and challenging environment for our players through community support and participation. Unfortunately, as our fields and buildings…Read More