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What will you play?

WELCOME TO C.L.C.F.

Baseball

SPRING/FALL BASEBALL

CLCF Baseball is a city-wide youth baseball league in Cranston, Rhode Island for boys and girls ages 4-12. CLCF offers in-house play from April-June, as well as summer tournament teams that have had great success in Cal Ripken state tournaments, regional tournaments, and the Cal Ripken World Series.

Football

FALL FOOTBALL

Started in 1958, CLCF was the first youth sports organization in the city of Cranston. CLCF football is a non profit entity dedicated to teaching the fundamentals of football, team play, and sportsmanship to the children of Cranston.

Boxing

WINTER BOXING

Registration takes place in December. Ages 7-12 boys and girls.

Tennis

SPRING TENNIS

Basketball

SPRING/FALL SOCCER

CLCF Soccer Club is a volunteer-run program operating as part of the CLCF Sports organization. CLCF Soccer is a member club with Soccer Rhode Island (SRI). CLCF provides opportunities for area youth to play soccer regardless of their skill level or playing experience.

Softball

SPRING SOFTBALL

Home of CLCF-CWLL GALS softball, the only little league softball program in the City of Cranston! Home of the CLCF Bombers and CLCF/East Coast Scorpions travel teams!
Cross Country

FALL CROSS COUNTRY

Running can be a lifelong healthy habit. Allow your child to learn in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. CLCF Panthers can teach the joy of competition for those who are ready.

Track & Field

SPRING TRACK AND FIELD

Whether your child is experienced or brand new to cross country and track and field, there is a program for them. Whether your child likes short distance, long distance or wants to try throwing the discus, there is an event for them. All done in a competitive and fun atmosphere.
Cheerleading

FALL CHEERLEADING

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Basketball

WINTER BASKETBALL

Registration takes place Early August through the 1st week in October. Tryouts take place the 2nd week of October for all divisions except Clinic.

Golf

SPRING/FALL GOLF

The CLCF Golf League is provided in conjunction with Mulligan’s Island to introduce young athletes to the sport of golf. The League has an Instructional League (Birdie Golf) which covers the fundamentals of swinging, chipping, putting, and safety. Each activity takes place at Mulligan’s Island at 1000 New London Ave., Cranston, RI.

Wrestling

WINTER WRESTLING

#2 RAFTING WEEKEND

SPRING BASEBALL

#4 HIKING TOUR SPRING

FALL FOOTBALL

#4 HIKING TOUR SPRING

WINTER BOXING

Tennis

SPRING TENNIS

Soccer

SPRING/FALL SOCCER

#2 RAFTING WEEKEND

SPRING SOFTBALL

#2 RAFTING WEEKEND

FALL CROSS COUNTRY

#2 RAFTING WEEKEND

SPRING TRACK AND FIELD

#2 RAFTING WEEKEND

FALL CHEERLEADING

#6 SENIOR TOURS

WINTER BASKETBALL

#2 RAFTING WEEKEND

SPRING/FALL GOLF

#6 SENIOR TOURS

WINTER WRESTLING

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GET YOUR CHILD INVOLVED

Learn valuable lessons from sports

Youth sports are going to teach young players a lot more than how to shoot a basketball or how to use a pick-and-roll, there are a lot of life lessons players will learn on their journey through participation in youth sports.

HOW TO CONTROL EMOTIONS
Experiencing feelings of frustration and anger and learning how to control them will help players in all aspects of their lives.
BEING HEALTHY
Sports Players will have a far greater chance of staying fit and healthy later in life if they play youth sports at a young age.
STRENGHtS & WEAKNESSES
It’s important for all players to know what they’re good at and what they struggle with so that they can address their weaknesses and play to their strengths.
DISIPLINE
By disciplining themselves to work on their game, players will see results that will motivate them and they’ll be glad they put in the effort to get better.
SETTING & ACHIEVING GOALS
Youth sports is a great place to learn how to set goals and determine how to achieve them with no repercussions if they fall short or fail.
SUCCESS REQUIRES HARD WORK
There are no short cuts. There’s no magic words. Being great at something takes hard, consistent work.

My child has played football with the chielfs for 2 years, and he has never been happier! He loves going out on the field each and every game!

Dana Harrington
Proud Mom
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COACHES AND STAFF

MARY MCNAMARA

MARY MCNAMARA

Basketball Couch
TODD GREEN

TODD GREEN

Soccer Coach
DARREN RHODES

DARREN RHODES

Baseball Coach