Nigel Moore Scholarship

About Nigel

During the summer of 2012 we lost a very special friend, Nigel Moore.

With the start of the baseball season, we are reminded of his love for baseball, and his spirit for the game. For those of us who were lucky enough to play alongside Nigel throughout his years at Forest Hills Little League, Nigel is remembered as an enthusiastic, dedicated player who treated everyone fairly and kindly on and off the field. His personal qualities shone through baseball: his love for the game, his kindness towards those around him, and most of all, his willingness to just have fun.

Nigel was really an all-around fun guy to play with, he kept the whole team positive no matter what the score on the scoreboard. Furthermore, Nigel was a true wealth of knowledge when it came to baseball. Nigel and many of his friends played together for the first time on the legendary t-ball team The Braves. While many of us were still running the base paths in the wrong direction, knowing Nigel, he was probably calculating statistics for future reference. From then on baseball became an important part of our friendship. We were always competing for the top slot in our fantasy baseball leagues, playing together in the Forest Hills Little League, and we also took an awesome trip down to Seattle to watch the Mariners play the Angels last spring. Nigel's encyclopedic knowledge of baseball and stats shone those two days at Safeco Field, as Nigel provided a running commentary on each player's season stats and overall ability. Baseball, and the Forest Hills Little League, connected us on a new level.

The Nigel Moore Memorial Scholarship is awarded to the player who best exemplifies some of the qualities Nigel displayed both on and off the field, such as dedication, enthusiasm, sportsmanship and positive energy.

Written (and presented at the 2013 Opening Day Ceremony) by Jacob Saltzberg


Scholarship Application & Information

Nigel Moore Memorial Scholarship Application  

If you are in Gr. 12 this season and registered with FHLL, then you may qualify to apply for the Nigel Moore Memorial Scholarship. Please review the application (see link below) for complete information. At least one scholarship of $500 will be awarded each year. Recipient(s) will be selected from qualifying applicants.

Nigel Moore Memorial Scholarship Application (includes Rules & Regulations, Submission Instructions, and Application Form)

Application DUE DATE: May 31st 

2015 Scholarship Recipients

Congratulations to Graeme Hopkins, the 2015 recipient of the FHLL Nigel Moore Scholarship.
Graeme is off to study political science at Queen's University
but plans to return to play his final year with FHLL in the spring of 2016.  

Graeme would like to thank the Nigel Moore family as well as  
Forest Hills Little League for the financial assistance of the Nigel Moore Scholarship.

Scholarship Recipients

In years prior to 2013 the winners were awarded an FHLL scholarship but beginning in 2013, the award has changed names to the 'Nigel Moore Memorial Scholarship'.  

2015Graeme Hopkins
2014Kevin Franklin, Amir Hemani and Matthew D'Avignon
2013Daniel Curalli and Josh Grant
2012Neil Courtney
2011Ben McDuffie and Kyle Kawamoto
2010Stefan Goddard, Kevin Ellis, Michael Drummond and Cameron Perrin

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