LITTLE LEAGUE ONTARIO DISTRICT 2
|Previous Seasons' results can be found via the Archive link|
Spring Rules: Interlock Rules Document
Big League Rules: Big League Rules Document
Summer Rookie Rules: Rookie Rules Document
2013-05-20: ENTER AND LOCK YOUR ROSTERS ASAP, PLEASE:
You need to do this so you can enter your game results and then see updated
standings and ineligible pitchers. I thank you, and your opponents thank you.
|ROSTER STATUS AS OF 5:19 PM ON MON 20 MAY = LOCKED (Good!) = UNLOCKED (Bad!)|
2013-05-09: WEBSITE TUTORIALS:
If you need help entering your roster, or entering game scores, try these breif tutorials:
2013-05-08: PINECREST SPRING TOURNAMENT:
Presidents, Coaches, Baseball Enthusiasts & Friends,
This year, Pinecrest Little League is trying a different approach for our Spring tournament and Family day.
We will emphasizing the entry levels of Little League, Rookie-Minor. This means, we will be offering an A (Cdn) division and a B (Nats) division for Rookie/Coach-Pitch. For Minor will be running House divisions. We will not be offering tournament play for levels above Minor.
As usual, we have a number of fun non-baseball activities booked for the Saturday. Even, if your teams are not participating, I encourage families to come out.
Please forward our poster to coaches, convenors for your Rookie and Minor levels.
Thank you for assistance and continued support of youth baseball in the Ottawa-Valley.
To get a copy of our poster, see more here...
2013-05-06: PITCH COUNT ENTRY:
In this season's Little League rule book, in Regulation VI(e) they have added revised wording allowing a pitcher who reaches his/her imposed days of rest threshold while facing a batter to continue to pitch until the current batter has been retired or reaches base. (See Page 38.)
So, for example, if a 14-year-old pitcher reaches 20 pitches and is still throwing to a batter, he/she may continue until the at-bat is done. Say that takes 3 more pitches for a total of 23 pitches. In previous seasons, 23 pitches would have meant 1 day of rest for the pitcher. Under the new wording, since the "threshold" of 20 was met on that last batter, then 20's 0 days of rest applies.
TO ENTER PITCH COUNTS WITH YOUR GAME RESULTS: If, AND ONLY IF, a pitcher reaches a threshold on his/her last batter, enter the threshold as the number of pitches thrown. Otherwise enter the actual number of picthes thrown. This will make sure the SMaLL system gives him/her the correct days of rest. Do not get caught cheating! Coaches & scorekeepers are on the honour system. Don't automatically always enter threshold values -- only do it if the threshold was acheived during the pitcher's last batter.
2013-05-02: ORLEANS 7TH ANNUAL JUNIOR SLAM:
Orleans is once again holding their Summer Slam tournament, 5-7 July. This year they will be open to both A and B, with A being played at Heritage and B being played at Richer. Registration info has just been posted and can be found at http://orleanslittleleague.ca/calendar/.
You may also contact Stephane St-Martin @ firstname.lastname@example.org for the B tournament and Rob Romard @ email@example.com for the A tournament
2013-05-01: WEBSITE ACCOUNTS:
If you have ever had an account on the D2 "SMaLL" system, your userid and password still exist and have not been changed. If you forget what they are, make sure that your Head Coach or Convener has added you to the team, then go to your Team Contacts page, and click the "Edit" link beside your name. The next page should show all your info including your userid. At the bottom there is a "Forgot your Password" button. If you click it, you should get an e-mail with further instructions.
If you are new to the D2 "SMaLL" this season, ask your Head Coach or Convener to set up an account for you.
2013-04-29: INTERLOCK RULE CHANGES: At the end of last season, I asked for suggestions for changes to the Interlock Rules. I got some great replies, and had the boards of both D2 and D6 look them over. Some were approved, and others pointed out a need to better educate our adults. For what was suggested and how the discussions went, see more here...
2013-04-24: KANATA SET TO HOST SCOTT TOKESSY MEMORIAL GOLD GLOVE TOURNAMENT AUGUST 2-4, 2013
In addition to Minor, Major and Juniors, Kanata is going to attempt to have a Rookie division this year. They're hoping to attract at least four local teams, and will be using the coach pitch format.
The entrance fees for 2013 are:
+ Minor/Major/Junior $395 (no requirement to provide any new baseballs);
+ Rookie $295 (no requirement to provide any new baseballs)
For more information, contact Sharron Ladouceur. She's the Registrar for the Scott Tokessy Memorial Gold Glove Tournament. Her phone numbers are 613-836-5750 and 613-324-5751.
For more info, see more here...
2013-04-17: EAST NEPEAN HOSTING A MINOR & MAJOR TOURNAMENT:
2013 House League Tournament for the Major and Minor Divisions
May 24-26, 2013
$225 per team
Minimum 3 games guaranteed per team
Awards for every player
First game starts Friday May 24, 6:00 PM
For more information please contact
Richard Perkins, Director, Major Division
Telephone : 613-843-9211
The tournament website is at http://eastnepeanbaseball.on.ca/tournaments
2013-04-10: ADVERTISING: Join Mike Kusiewicz and his top instructors at the Nepean Sportsplex for his 8th annual skills development camp. Training begins July 8th and runs until the 14th. Camp begins each day at 8:30 AM and ends at 12 Noon. Lunch will be provided. Bring your hats, bats and gloves for a great time! Limited space available so be sure to contact Mike as soon as possible if interested. see more here...
2013-01-02: RULE CHANGES FOR THE 2013 SEASON: Little League has released the new rules for 2013. There are a number of them. Here are the highlights:
2012-10-21: LITTLE LEAGUE ONTARIO NEEDS A NEW LOGO
Are you artisticly gifted? Would you consider given a bit of your time to help Little League Ontario? We need a new logo that can also be used as a Tournament Pin on an on-going basis. Check out the LL Ontario web site or see more here...
2010-03-30: WHAT LEAGUE AM I IN?: We get this question from new Little League families quite a bit. To help answer this question, I have put together a map of the Little League boundaries for District 2 (Ottawa West out to Arnprior) and District 6 (Ottawa East out to Hawkesbury). It's a Google Map, so you can zoom in to your residence and discover which boundary it lies inside. You can click this link http://tinyurl.com/ottawaLL or click the "see more here..." link, and find out what your League is, and get its web site address as well. see more here...