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    SPOTLIGHT: Warwick Bulldogs

    It’s all about Fun, Friendship, Family and Community.

    Warwick Baseball begins its 15th year as a youth sports organization using a Little League Charter that dates back over 70 years!

    This organization is based in Warwick Township at Guinea Lane Park and prides itself in teaching fundamentals, instilling teamwork and building confidence.

    They utilize six baseball diamonds in one scenic park location with batting cages, playgrounds, walking trails, Tennis/Pickleball courts and a snack stand with indoor bathrooms.

    One field is dedicated solely to the T-ball program ages 4 to 5 years old and was also designed to be a whiffle ball stadium for the community to enjoy.

    Two Fields are 46/60 dimensions for the Rookie and Eastern divisions. 

    While three fields are designed to play both 46/60 or 50/70 dimensions with minimum 225-foot outfield fences for the Minors, Majors divisions and Little League Tournament.

    They just received great news this week, Warwick Township has approved a full size 60/90 field at Guinea Lane Park for Warwick players to stay Bulldogs after 12 years old through their teens playing Connie Mack and Legion baseball.

    Hopes are the field will be complete and ready for play by Spring ’23. The fields, complex and park are well maintained and upgraded every year. 

    Boys and girls from ages 4 – 12 are encouraged to join their spring or fall baseball seasons.

    All-Stars from the spring in-house teams are selected to represent Warwick in the summer Little League tournaments.

    They have won 17 PA District 30 titles, 14 PA Section 6 titles, and three State Little League championships.

    They hope to put Central Bucks on the map during a trip to Williamsport one day!

    Consider joining their baseball family this year.

    They are a big family – a Bulldog Baseball family.

    Check out their website at www.warwickbulldogs.com and register for the upcoming spring baseball season.

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