Match Day Information
2016 -17 Season at the Raynes Park Little League
There will be an Information point for new and returning parents to utilize in the canteen – things such as First Aiders and League Officers Pictures can be found here. David and Jessica Cheesman – who work in the canteen – are first aid trained and certified. Your first point of reference should be your manager who will be able to instruct and help answer any questions you may have.
You can also find our new boot exchange/ boot box just outside the canteen, next to the railings, for any kids requiring new boots or to give away his/her old pair.
Our first aid point will be situated at the canteen in our Pavilion. There will be medical equipment and someone at hand to help. There are also FA qualified Welfare Officers and FA Emergency First Aid staff in the park if such circumstances arise.
* FA Welfare & League Welfare Officer
Peter Brown Leo Palazzo
This season, the Seniors have introduced the FA Respect Barriers to Match Days. Every week, at the far right of the park, the two Senior pitches will have the barriers erected for fans and parents to stand behind during the games. The Senior managers will use the middle area, between the two pitches, as their dug out while the other two ends will be used for family and friends to stand behind.
The Canteen can be found in our famous Pavilion at the center point of the Park. Jessica and Dave do a fantastic job, along with their brilliant staff, in catering for hundreds of thirsty and hungry people every Saturday morning.
The Bantams play on the first two pitches, by the car park, as you enter the park from Marina Avenue. There are 5 matches that take place from 9.30am to 12noon.
The Juniors play on the proceeding two pitches further to the right where 6 matches take place at the same time as the Bantams.
The Seniors Play on the furthest two pitches, adjacent to the Canteen. 4 matches take place from 9.30am to 12noon.
Little League: 2016 – 2017