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Each Division is arranged by Baseball Age, school grade and skill level.

Descriptions of each Division are available nearby in "League Descriptions." Target ages for the various Divisions are shown here.

T-Ball and the A-Ball Divisions are designed primarily for kids to play with their friends so we place players in those Divisions by age and parent request.

Players in the AA Division and higher are placed in Divisions by an assessment process leading to Player Drafts.

We designate plyers for a particular Division by a combination of skill assessmensts, Baseball Age and school grade.

Best - Barry Barry Meuse, President (c) 571-237-5403 Fort Hunt Little League Baseball is organized into Divisions.

Because we want each player to have a great experience, we try to balance skill levels of each team so each Division is tightly competitive.

Here's the link: for all managers, coaches and officials.

Please download, complete and return in paper form with signature to a FHLL Board Member as soon as possible.

Little League International operates under a 1964 federal charter signed by the President of the United States.

Fort Hunt Little League Baseball also operates under the aegis of the Fort Hunt Youth Athletic Association, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit tax-exempt organization founded in 1959, which provides organized youth sports in the historic Fort Hunt community of Fairfax County, Virginia.

Fort Hunt Little League Baseball is dedicated to preparing youngsters to meet the challenges of life by developing physical and mental disciplines essential to success through competitive sports and the great game of baseball.

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