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LOWER GWYNEDD LITTLE LEAGUE LIGHTNING POLICY
 
 
Regarding practice:
 
The coach in charge of the practice shall immediately suspend or cancel  practice and players and coaches shall  retreat to automobiles or a secure structure with four walls and a roof in  the event of any of the following:  (a) the sound of thunder; (b) the sight of lightning; or (c)  the sound of the Cedarbrook Country Club alarm.    No players will be permitted to remain on the field or in open dugouts for any reason.     Coaches are urged to monitor weather conditions and  to use their best judgment regarding adverse weather.   A coach may postpone or cancel practice at any time that he or she believes that it is unsafe to continue for any weather related reason.   A practice may resume following suspension, at the discretion of the coach, if no thunder is heard or lightning is observed for a period of 20 minutes.    Coaches are responsible for providing shelter to any members of the team who do not have a parent or other adult present at the field.     Coaches should advise parents of this severe weather policy and should obtain contact information so that the coach can contact parents who leave their children at practice in the event of a suspension or cancellation.    This policy is to the highest degree mandatory and shall be strictly enforced.  
 
Regarding  tournament games:
 
Unless a Williamsport Little League Official Policy controls, the following shall be the Policy of the Lower Gwynedd Little League for home tournament games:
 
The Chief Umpire shall immediately suspend or cancel  the game and players and coaches shall  retreat to automobiles or a secure structure with four walls and a roof in  the event of any of the following:  (a) the sound of thunder; (b) the sight of lighning; or (c) the sound of the Cedarbrook Country Club alarm.    No players will be permitted to remain on the field or in open dugouts, for any reason.   The Chief Umpire shall have the discretion to suspend or postpone play at any time that he or she believes that it is unsafe to continue for any weather related reason.   A game may resume following suspension, at the discretion of the Chief Umpire, if no thunder is heard or lightning is observed for a period of 20 minutes.  This policy is to the highest degree mandatory and shall be strictly enforced.  The home coach shall be responsible for providing the Chief Umpire with a copy of these rules.  
 
These Rules are to be strictly enforced and are to the highest degree mandatory. 
 
The above Rules shall apply for "Fall Ball" unless and until further rules are promulgated and posted.