Singley Field- 425 Woodfern Road
Woodfield West - Across from 153 Beekman Lane
Woodfield East - Across from 2 Marshall Road
Ann Van Middlesworth -  599 Pleasant View Road


Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Bridgewater Branchburg
947 Route 202 North, Branchburg, NJ 08876
Approx. 7 miles from Singley Park (Hillsborough)

Residence Inn by Marriott Bridgewater in Branchburg
3241 Route 22, Branchburg, NJ 08876
Approx. 8 miles from Singley Park (Hillsborough)

Hyatt House Branchburg
3141 Route 22 East, Branchburg, NJ 08876
Approx. 8 miles from Singley Park (Hillsborough)

Hyatt House Bridgewater
530 Route 22, Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Approx. 10 miles from Singley Park (Hillsborough)

Hilton Garden Inn Bridgewater in Bridgewater
500 Promenade Blvd., Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Approx. 14 miles from Singley Park (Hillsborough)

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Tournament Information
Rally 4 Raylan
Charity Tournament

July 1 & 2 in Hillsborough, NJ

Larry Yard (908) 334-8306
Tony Houck (908) 705-7212

Raylan Acker, nephew of Margie Acker head coach at Kean University, has been diagnosed with DIPG (Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma) at the age of 17 months.

DIPG is a brain tumor found in a part of the brain stem called the pons. The pons controls essential bodily functions such as heartbeat, breathing, swallowing, eye movement, eyesight and balance. DIPG affects children almost exclusively. Approximately 200-400 children in the U.S. are diagnosed with DIPG each year. These children are typically between the ages of 4 and 11. DIPG accounts for roughly 10-15% of all brain tumors in children. DIPG is an aggressive tumor that interferes with all bodily functions, depriving a child of the ability to move, communicate and even to eat and drink.

As a DIPG tumor begins to grow, it puts pressure on the nerves that control the essential bodily functions regulated by the pons. Children with DIPG commonly experience double vision, reduced eye movement, facial weakness or asymmetry and arm and leg weakness. They also have problems with walking, coordination, speech, chewing and swallowing. As the tumor progresses, it interferes with breathing and heartbeat, which ultimately results in the child death.

Top Gun will be running a tournament  called “Top Gun Rally 4 Raylan Charity Tournament” held on July 1st & 2nd in Hillsborough, NJ.  All monies raised will be donated to Raylan’s family to help offset their medical and travel expenses.  

Attending Teams

Top Gun Gold
Top Gun Elite
LI Bandits Gold
LI Bandits Elite
LI Ducks
LI Express Gold
LI Express Gold - Ken
Phil. Spirit Gold
Sudden Impact Elite
NJ Venom
NJ Cheetahs - Carroll
Mystics Gold - DiBerardo
Thunderbirds Gold
NJ Flames Gold
NJ Flames Elite
Witches Gold
Finch's Aces
Abington Angels
NJ Insanity Elite
CJ Fillies
NJ Intensity Elite
NJ Insanity Gold
Monmouth Surf
NJ Nightmare
Edison Angels
North Jersey Outlaws
NJ Power Gold
NJ Fight Black
NJ Flight Blue
West Windsor Ninjas

Attending Colleges

Arcadia University 
College of Staten Island
Columbia University
County College of Morris
DeSales University
Dickinson College
Dominican College
Drexel University
Drew University
Farleigh Dickinson University - Madison
Georgian Court University
Gwynedd Mercy University
Hunter College
Kean University
Kutztown University
Misericordia University
Molloy College
Moravian College
Ramapo College
Raritant Valley Community College
Robert Morris University
Rutgers University - Camden
Rutgers University - Newark
Stockton University
SUNY Cortland
SUNY Fredonia
SUNY Purchase
Widener University
William Paterson University
University of the Sciences