LITTLE LEAGUE ONTARIO DISTRICT 2
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Spring Rules: Interlock Rules Document
Big League Rules: Big League Rules Document
Summer Rookie Rules: Rookie Rules Document
2013-11-20: BIG, BIG NEWS: WILIAMSPORT APPROVES MERGER OF CFR AND PINECREST:
I am pleased to let you know that Litle League International's Charter Committee has approved the merger of Carlingwood-Frank Ryan Little League (CFRLL) and Pinecrest Little League (PLL), in Ontario District 2.
The last few years have been a struggle, and we have tried many other things such as InterLeague play and additional recruiting, before coming to this inevitable conclusion.
Here are some details:
2013-11-15: ADVERTISEMENT: This ad is being posted at the request of Brian Beehler. Brian has coached within the Orleans Little League organization for the past 5 years as a 'A' and 'B' summer coach at the Major and Junior levels, and is the owner of Youth Elite Sports in Orleans.
This concerns a Winter Baseball training option. Full details are available at Youth Elite Sports.
The training will be taking place at the Louis Riel Dome in Blackburn Hamlet on Fridays and Saturdays. Fridays is dedicated to training pitchers. Youth Elite Sports offers three sessions on Friday evenings. Athletes will go through an hour of conditioning, resistance training and bull pen work. On Saturdays they offer two programs: Junior and Senior in the afternoons and Minor and Majors in the evenings. Athletes will focus on batting, fielding, pitching, mechanics and conditioning. Visit their website for more information and to register online. Registration closes December 15th and space is limited. see more here...
2013-11-14: COACH AL IS COMING BACK NEXT APRIL! Always well-received, LL Canada National Coach Al Herback is coming back for another of his amazing "Teaching for Tomorrow" Clinics. Details below.
Little League Ontario Districts 2 and 6
(Coaches from other districts are welcome to attend)
TEACHING for TOMORROW
City: Ottawa, Ontario
Date(s): Friday - Saturday, April 25 - 26, 2014
Gym Location: Canterbury High School
900 Canterbury Avenue
Junior Program (ages 13 thru 14)
Friday 5:30 pm registration -- 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Learning the Game (ages 4 thru 6)
Saturday 8:30 am registration -- 9:00 am to noon
Playing the Game (ages 7 thru 12)
Saturday 12:30 pm registration -- 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Heart of Little League Canada
Click here to get details for the Junior clinic.
Click here to get details for the T-Ball thru Major clinics.
These coaching clinics are recommended for all managers, coaches, & parents. They are provided complimentary to leagues courtesy of Little League Baseball Canada, the Little League Foundation of Canada, and your local District Association. The only expectation of you is to bring your enthusiasm, a ball glove, athletic wear, runners or turf shoes, and a non-perishable food item that will be given to the local food bank courtesy of Little League & Teaching for Tomorrow! Join our National Coach, Al Herback, who will bring the program to life for you! Manuals and DVDS for each session will be available at the clinics.
2013-10-16: TORONTO BLUE JAYS NATIONAL COACHING CLINIC:
The Toronto Blue Jays organization is hosting its second annual Blue Jays Baseball Academy National Coaching Clinic in Toronto, Ontario, January 10-12, 2014. The cost for the weekend is $160. You can find more information at http://toronto.bluejays.mlb.com/tor/baseball_academy/national_coaching_clinic.jsp. see more here...
2013-10-06: A REQUEST FROM OUR FRIENDS IN D7-KEMPTVILLE:
Kemptville & District Little League did an awesome job of hosting the Minor Provincials this year, and are slated to host the Junior Provincials next year. They are not D2 but we like them anyway. :-) They have been doing a lot of work to build their Junior diamond in South Gower, and have written to me with this request:
Kemptville Little League has applied to the Aviva Community Fund for a grant to build a new Junior diamond. This is a vote based competition so I'm writing to ask if you would take a moment to vote for us. You can vote once per day. Also, any help you can give us in getting the word out would be most appreciated. Here are the details:
***** AVIVA COMMUNITY FUND - KEMPTVILLE LITTLE LEAGUE NEEDS YOUR VOTE *****
Kemptville Little League Baseball and Girls' Softball has entered the Aviva Community Fund competition to raise funds for the renovation of a ball diamond that we need to host the 2014 Little League Ontario Junior Championship.
As many of you remember we successfully hosted the Ontario Minor Championship this summer after taking over the hosting role from Thunder Bay. Over the course of a week, ball players from across the province and over 3000 spectators took in ball games at Riverside Park. Next year KDLL is hosting the Junior Championship which will be even bigger and better.
To host this event we need to renovate one of our existing diamonds to conform with Little League rules. To do so we're raising money to reduce, or eliminate, the cost to the town of this project. We've already raised quite a bit but the effort continues.
Here's where you come in....
The Aviva Community Fund has a million dollars to give to worthy projects. The winners are determined by the number of votes they receive. Anyone who registers can vote once per day for their favourite idea.
Would you please take the time to go to: http://www.avivacommunityfund.org/ideas/acf17816 and vote for a new diamond at Riverside Park.? Thank you very much!
PLEASE FORWARD THIS NOTE TO ANYONE WHO MIGHT BE INTERESTED.
Even if your children are not in baseball, please take the time to support organized sports in Kemptville by voting for this project.
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...