2018 is our 45th Season

Elizabeth, NJ

Founded 1974

Little League Chartered
since 1999

Elmora Youth Little League is a nonprofit organization based in Elizabeth, New Jerse and a chartered member of the Little League Organization of Williamsport, Pa.  The league organizes recreation baseball and softball for the youth of the Elmora/Elizabeth area.  The league is staffed by volunteer parents.  EYL forms travel baseball and softball teams that participate in local summer tournaments. 
Summer team participants are selected from registered participants in the Spring season.


EBOD schedule

A tribute to Trooper Hanratty

In Memorian

Directions to Facilities used by EYL

Directions to Softball Inter-League  Fields

[In Memoriam] [9-11] [Farrell] [DaCosta] [Sitarski] [Tramontana] [Litterer] [Wydra] [Cole] [Gutierrez] [Roach] [OGrady] [LouKelly] [EdSisk]

Remembering Our Dedicated Volunteer and Coach

Ed Sisk

Board Member 1993 -2005
Ed began coaching with EYL in the late 80's,  He started coaching before he had sons old enought to play.  He was a dedicated teacher and some of our current board members were players under Coach Sisk.  He helped with Umpire training until 2010. Thank you Ed.

RIP Coach Sisk

Click here for Star Ledger Obituary


Coach Ed Sisk is on the right with his arm around his son Ed Jr.  The other coach is former League Vice President Dennis Cassidy who was the driving force in 1998 to charter our league with the Little League of Williamsport organization.

As you look at the players in the above photo, we are amazed to realize how they have followed the positive example of their youth baseball coach. 

In the first row(kneeling), we have (l-r). Sean Slavin (Milburn FD and USMC Iraq veteran), unknown, Jason Chiari (a top mechanic for BMS USA),  Patrick Cassidy (NJ State Trooper and USMC Veteran of Afghanistan and Iraq).   In the back row (standing) are Mike Sinnot (EFD Firefighter), unknown, Jim Heller(UC Sheriff Officer), David Borys (EFD Firefighter) and Ed Sisk Jr who followed his Dad into public service as a firefighter with the Elizabeth Fire Department. 

We thank Coach Sisk for being a positive role model for these former players in 1992 .  We look forward to our current players becoming adults and future leaders and parents.  It is our role as coaches that help shape these youngsters


Ed Sisk is in the center with Coaches Greg Laspata and Joe Laspata.


Ed on the right with the 1992 Astros and Coach Al Faela (left).


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