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League Update

Coronavirus and San Ramon Little League ~ updated March 12, 2020
As the Coronavirus affects our country and our local community, we want you to know that the health and safety of our SRLL players and families is our top priority.

That is why effective immediately, San Ramon Little League will suspend all activities until further notice. That applies to practices, trainings at the Dome, and games.

As you know the situation is very fluid and we are receiving input and direction from our District, Region and Little League International Headquarters in regards to what to do moving forward with practices and games.

Like all of you, this is new to us.  The Executive Board and all board members are volunteers working hard to deliver the safest experience to the greatest game in the world. 

This is why we are working to understand the best course of action and at this moment believe suspending all activities until further notice is just that. We plan to send an email update on March 16, so please be on the lookout for that communication. 

Thanks for your patience and understanding. 

Kind regards,

The Executive Board
SRLL


Coronavirus and San Ramon Little League ~ updated March 6, 2020

As always our players, coaches, and spectators safety is of the upmost priority. With the recent announcement of three more confirmed cases of coronavirus in Contra Costa County  I wanted to send a quick note of a few changes we're implementing. This is out of an abundance of caution, but should not be cause for alarm. 

Effective immediately:

  • During plate meeting, no handshakes between umpires/players/coaches. A simple head nod of acknowledgement and respect will be used instead.
  • Post-game, instead of lining up to high five everyone, we are asking each team to line up along 3rd base line and 1st base line and to quickly cheer/applaud for the other team. 
Also to help keep everyone healthy...
  • Players should not share water bottles or drinks
  • Players, coaches, and parents are to stay home from games or practices if sick or showing symptoms of fever, difficulty breathing or cough.
  • Strongly encourage hand washing (for 20 seconds) whenever possible so that we all stay healthy!  When that is not available, hand sanitizer is recommended.

We appreciate your action in implementing these changes and understand this is different from how we’ve always done things. But anything we can do to help prevent spreading illnesses is in the best interest for everyone. 

We ask everyone to begin putting these new practices into place at your next practice/game. 

Thank you,

Brian Stout
VP, Safety & Training 
San Ramon Little League 

PS- As the situation continues to evolve, please refer to the following resources for the latest updates:

- US: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

- UK: Department of Health and Social Care

- Canada: Public Health Agency of Canada

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San Ramon Little League

P.O Box 604 
San Ramon, California 94583

Email: [email protected]

San Ramon Little League

P.O Box 604 
San Ramon, California 94583

Email: [email protected]
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