Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

This is where you will find answers to our most commonly asked questions. You will find information on league sign ups, fees & costs associated with registration, refunds, etc. Check out the examples below.


How do I sign my daughter up?

CGFP utilizes an on-line registration website. Please refer to our Registration page under the ‘Play’ tab on the toolbar.


How much does it cost to play?

The registration fee for the 2017 season is $160 for 8U/10U/12U/14U age divisions and $100 for the 6U age division.  There is an ‘early bird’ discount of $20 if you register before Dec 3th. CGFP also offers a $40 discount for each additional child registered.


What is included with the registration fee?

  • Team registration fee
  • Secondary insurance
  • Shirt, Short (6U only), & Socks (1 pair 6u, 2 pair 8-14U)
  • Basic photo picture package
  • Free softball to each player
  • Free Softball Clinics

Do I need to do volunteer work for the league?

NO snack bar work commitment requirement. This means you will not be required to work in the snack bar. The League will pay parents, high school siblings and prior CGFP players that are 15 years old before January 1, 2017 to work in the snack bar. Parents that work the snack bar have an opportunity to earn back a portion or their entire registration fee. For more details contact Michael Hall.


How long is the season?

The season starts in February and runs until the beginning of May.


I’d like to help as a coach. How do I do that?

As part of the registration process, you may sign up to volunteer your time as a coach. CGFP allows one manager and three coaches per team, however we encourage parents to help with practices. The more parents help in practice, the easier it is for the coaches to run a productive practice. CGFP encourages the moms to sign up as well for coaching positions.


Can I get a refund?

Full refunds for players withdrawn on or before tryouts; 50% on or before uniform distribution; no refunds will be given for withdrawals after uniform distribution.


Does my daughter have to attend assessments?

CGFP utilizes an on-line registration website. Please refer to our Registration page under the ‘Play’ tab on the toolbar.


Does my daughter have to get assessed for pitching?

Mandatory pitching assessment for all players that want to be eligible to pitch in the 2017 season. You must attend the pitching assessment if you want to be eligible to pitch in the 2017 season. Any player that does not attend the pitching assessment will be ineligible to pitch the entire 2017 season. No exceptions will be allowed.


Do you offer scholarships for players that are low income or can not afford registration fees?

Player may be entitled to further fee reductions for low–income families where the standard fee would result in a financial burden for the family. Complete and submit the CGFP Scholarship and Pay Plan application to apply.


Can my daughter play with her friends?

For the 6U division, we try to honor all player requests as part of the registration process. For the 8U division and above, we will accept only ONE request per player and filling the request is NOT guaranteed. Team equality is the priority in the 8U division. For the 10U division and above, CGFP utilizes a draft system in an effort to keep the teams more evenly matched.


Where, When & What days are practice?

Each team manager has their own scheduled practice days/times/locations.


How do I sign my daughter up?

This is a league run by volunteers.  If you are interested in committing any time and/or skills, please complete the “Coach/Volunteer application” on the forms page.  Positions you may consider:

  • Manager: Total administrative and operational responsibility for your team.
  • Head Coach or Assistant Coach: Primary role is to teach the girls and assist the Manager
  • Team Parent: Administrative right arm of the Manager ensuring that non-operational tasks required are supported and that the league communication loop is open to all parents.
  • Chaperone: Assist the Manager in the dugout area during games and be responsible to ensure the welfare of the girls.
  • Scorekeeper: Maintain the game records for the team (training available)
  • Field Prep: Drawing baselines and equipment set-up/storage (training available)
  • Sponsor: A fee of $300.00 for each team is needed to offset the expenses of the program not included in registration fees. You or your company can help by recruiting or being a sponsor.
  • Board Member: Positions on the board come available upon someone vacating their position and at the end of each season. We are always looking for fun and energetic people that are willing to maintain and grow the league.

We are currently looking for a

  • Snackbar Coordinator
  • Field Maintenance
  • Umpire in Chief

If you are interested in getting involved, know someone that is or for more details on one of the available positions, please contact Michael Hall.

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