Welcome to CRNAA ...

Council Rock Newtown Athletic Association (CRNAA) is the parent organization of: 
  • Council Rock Newtown Little League (CRNLL) - ages 4 - 12
  • Council Rock Newtown Babe Ruth (CRNBR) - ages 13-19
  • Council Rock Newtown Travel baseball - ages 7 - 15
  • Newtown American Legion Post 440 baseball (Post 440) - ages 13 - 19

Please click this link to calculate Little League's "League Age": Click Here

If you are having trouble registering, please send email to webmaster@crnewtown.org

by: CRNAA

2018 CRNAA IN-HOUSE BASEBALL REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

We have in-house programs for players from 4 years to 15 years old.

 

2018 CRNAA Tee Ball program for children ages 4, 5 & 6. This division is designed for young children with no experience playing organized baseball.

*The above are guidelines and not strict requirements.

Use this link to access to register your child REGISTER FOR T-BALL HERE (4-6 year olds)

*****************************************************************************

Council Rock Newtown Little League program, 5 year old to 7 year old age group.  Players in this age range can play in our Rookie (coach pitch) or possibly American League (player pitch) leagues.   

  • Rookie players are normally 5 or 6 with one year of Tee Ball, though not required.
  • American League players are normally 6 or 7 with at least one year in the Rookie league. Players must attend the annual assessment in order to be considered for the American league.

*The above are guidelines and not strict requirements.

Use this link to access to register your child REGISTER FOR ROOKIE/AMERICAN LEAGUE HERE (5-7 year olds)

*****************************************************************************

Council Rock Newtown Little League program, 8 year old to 12 year old age group.  Players in this age range can play in our Major League, National League or American League programs.

  • Major league players are all of the 12 year players who register, plus any 11, 10 or possibly 9 year old players whose performance at the annual assessment and prior playing experience demonstrates that they can compete at this level.  
  • National league players are all of the remaining 11 year players who register, plus any 10, 9 or possibly 8 year old players whose performance at the annual assessment and prior playing experience demonstrates that they can compete at this level.
  • American League players are all remaining 10 and 9 year old players and any 8 or 7 year old player whose performance at the annual assessment and prior playing experience demonstrates that they can compete at this level.  If an 8 or 7 year old player is not drafted they will be placed on a Rookie League (coach pitch) team.

*The above are guidelines and not strict requirements.

Use this link to access to register your child REGISTER FOR LITTLE LEAGUE NL, AL, MAJORS HERE (8-12 year olds)

*****************************************************************************

Council Rock Babe Ruth program, 13 year old to 15 year old age group.  The Babe Ruth boundaries are larger and therefore afford more players the opportunity to participate in the CRNAA in-house program.  Games are typically played in a great setting in Newtown Borough at Pickering Field.  This league allows players of all abilities to extend their baseball playing career.

Use this link to access to register your child  REGISTER FOR BABE RUTH HERE (13-15 year olds)

by: Andrew Palsky

CRNAA Site Best Practices

Below are some tips and best practices on using the CRNAA site.  Please a few minutes to review them:

  • Adding/Changing Email Addresses - Coaches do not add or change email addresses. They simply use the site to email their teams and update schedules.  Please log into the site yourself and add/update your personal information including email addresses.
  • Google Calendar, Android and iPhone users - When the schedules are posted, it's recommended that parents import their child's schedule into the calendar of their choice.  There's video on how to do this with Google Calendar but it should help with iPhone's, Outlook and other programs as well.  Click here for the video.

by: CRNAA