Baseball Beagle LITTLE LEAGUE ONTARIO DISTRICT 2
DISTRICT 2 LEAGUES: EAST NEPEAN · KANATA · OTTAWA WEST
(C) LL Int'l

Schedules:  

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

NOTICE: http://ontd2ll.fuzzybeagle.com is now http://d2llontario.ca.

Please change your bookmarks and links. But don't worry,
Louise the Beagle will continue to make appearances here.



 2014-07-09: 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 7:52 PM ON WED 9 JUL   = LOCKED (Good!)   = UNLOCKED (Bad!)
ROOKIE CANADIAN
East Nepean Rk Cdn Green Eagles
East Nepean Rk Cdn Grey Eagles
Kanata Rk Cdn #1
Orleans Rk Cdn #1
Ottawa West Rk Cdn #1
South Ottawa Rk Cdn Blues (Dalipaj)
South Ottawa Rk Cdn Blues (Kerr)
ROOKIE NATIONAL
East Nepean Rk Nat Black Eagles
Glebe Rk Nat #1
Kanata Rk Nat #2
Kanata Rk Nat #3
Orleans Rk Nat #2
Ottawa West Rk Nat #2
South Ottawa Rk Nat Blues
MINOR CANADIAN
Carleton-Russell Mn Cdn #1
East Nepean Mn Cdn Eagles
Glebe Mn Cdn #1
Kanata Mn Cdn #1
Orleans Mn Cdn #1
Orleans Mn Cdn #2
Ottawa West Mn Cdn #1
South Ottawa Mn Cdn Blues
MINOR NATIONAL
East Nepean Mn Nat Green Eagles
East Nepean Mn Nat Grey Eagles
East Nepean Mn Nat Pin-Stripe Eagles
Kanata Mn Nat #2
Kanata Mn Nat #3
Orleans Mn Nat #1
Ottawa West Mn Nat Gray
Ottawa West Mn Nat Maroon
South Ottawa Mn Nat Blues (Fisher)
South Ottawa Mn Nat Blues (Yue)
MAJOR CANADIAN
Carleton-Russell Mj Cdn #1
East Nepean Mj Cdn Eagles
Glebe Mj Cdn #1
Kanata Mj Cdn #1
Orleans Mj Cdn #1
Ottawa West Mj Cdn #1
South Ottawa Mj Cdn Blues (Fairholm)
South Ottawa Mj Cdn Blues (Gorman)
MAJOR NATIONAL
East Nepean Mj Nat Green Eagles
East Nepean Mj Nat Grey Eagles
East Nepean Mj Nat Pin-Stripe Eagles
Glebe Mj Nat #2
Kanata Mj Nat #3
Mississippi Mj Nat #1
Orleans Mj Nat #2
Orleans Mj Nat #3
Ottawa West Mj Nat #2
Ottawa West Mj Nat #3
Perth Mj Nat #1
South Ottawa Mj Nat Blues
JUNIOR CANADIAN
Carleton Russell Intermediate Aces
East Nepean Intermediate Eagles
East Nepean Jr Cdn Eagles
Kanata Jr Cdn #1
Orleans Jr Cdn #1
Ottawa West Jr Cdn #1
South Ottawa Jr Cdn Blues
JUNIOR NATIONAL
Kanata Jr Nat #2
Orleans Jr Nat #2
Orleans Jr Nat #3
Ottawa West Jr Nat #2
Ottawa West Jr Nat #3
South Ottawa Jr Nat Blues
SENIOR
East Nepean Sr Eagles
Greely Sr Hawks
Kanata Sr #1
Mississippi Sr #1
Orleans Sr #1
Perth Sr #1
South Ottawa Sr Blues
THE FOLLOWING TEAMS STILL NEED A HEAD COACH
Glebe Rk Nat #1


 2014-07-03: FOR COACHES AT THE ROOKIE DIVISION:

A Rookie game last night was lucky enough to have South Ottawa's Umpire-in-Chief as a volunteer. He reported several things to me, and it was clear from that that I need to post some clarifications.

  1. Little League rules do apply in Rookie. Yes, we have some local rules on top of them, but the green book still applies. In the example from last night, players must not wear jewelry. Rule 1.11(j) "Players must not wear jewelry such as, but not limited to, rings, watches, earrings, bracelets, necklaces, nor any hard cosmetic/decorative items. This rule applies regardless of the composition of such jewelry, hard cosmetic item or hard decorative item. (EXCEPTION: Jewelry that alerts medical personnel to a specific condition is permissible.)". Even if you think this is silly, I consider this to be a safety issue *and* I want kids to start following the rules now so they don't have any surprises when they move to Minor in the future.
  2. At rookie, we use adult volunteer umpires for the most part. This is because we have a shortage of "real" adult umpires, and I am not sure that using Major or Junior age youth umpires would help us. However, we do expect "umpire decorum" to be followed. The home plate umpire is the umpire in chief. However, this does not give him or her the right to unilaterally over-rule a call made by the base umpire. If either umpire makes a call, he/she may decide to discuss it with the other umpire, and decide to uphold or reverse his/her own call. But one umpire does not over-rule the other.
  3. We do allow two adult base coaches (in additional to the coach who is pitching). We have even allowed an adult outfield coach (as long as they stay well back out of play) for the defense. There must be at least one adult in each dugout at all times. Other adults/coaches must stay out of the playing area, including out of foul territory (please use good judgment if there are no fences - stick behind a line running through the dugout.) No sitting on an upside-down ball bucket outside the dugout and in foul territory.
  4. Coaches must not instruct the opposing team's players. In the case last night, a coach told an opposing player that he/she could not stand in the (potential) base path of a base runner. This is not true. Certainly a defensive player who is not making a play on the ball can't block or interfere with a runner. That is, if they aren't making a play, they must give the runner the right-of-way. But it doesn't matter where the fielder is standing at the moment of the pitch (unless he/she is right beside a base runner, blocking them from getting off the base -- that is not allowed).
  5. There is a Little League Lightning Protocol. We follow it. No exceptions. The International version is in Appendix A of the Official Rules. The Canadian version can be found in the Interlock Rules document for divisions beyond Rookie.

Thank you for your co-operation. And I hope to have a Rookie Convener in place soon.


 2014-06-30: GETTING STARTED WITH THE D2 WEB SITE:

Before you can do anything, you need (a) an account, and (b) to be on your team's contact list.

Head Coaches should ask their Convener to assign them as the Head Coach of his/her particular team. If you do not already have a D2 web site account, he/or she will make it for you.

Head Coaches can then add Assistant Coaches, Team Admin, and Scorekeeper. Any of those people should be able to add the roster and enter game results.

Checking your contact info: Please check if the emails and phone numbers for you are correct. If you need to change, you can change info yourself by clicking on the 'Edit' link next to your name (on any Contacts page you appear on). Your account name is shown at the top of the page, and is normally the first initial of your first name and your last name, eg: jdean, but thare are exceptions. If you have forgotten your password, you can click the "I forgot my password!" button at the bottom of your page. This will send an email to the address list in your profile, with a link and instructions to reset your password. If that info is no good, you will need yout Convener's help to set it. Due to a 'gotcha' in the system, never try to change your password and your contact data at the same time. Do password first, submit it, then do the data change, and submit it. Or vice versa.

Adding asst coaches and score keepers etc: Once the head coach is added, he/she can add asst coaches and their info by clicking on 'add first asst coach'. This takes you to a page with a filter that lets you search for accounts already on the D2 system. You can enter first or last name in the search filter.(For ex: if I enter 'Adams' and press filter it lists 'Clark Adams' and 'Matthew Adams'.) if the name/account does not exist, you will need to add a new user account, (Click the "Add New User" link, follow the instructions on that page, and then return to the filter box and button and try again. You should now be able to assign the person as an assistant coach. Repeat these steps for other team roles as well. Remember when you add a new user, please always use the first letter of their first name, and last name as the account name. If there are name conflicts, (i.e Andrew Smith and Anthony Smith), you may use extra letters such as antsmith for the second Smith. When adding adults' contact info, use their whole first name in the First Name box. When adding youths to your roster, we will ask you to use only first initials. This helps protect our children.

Adding players to your roster: As above you can add players to the roster. From your team's page, click the "Edit/View Roster" link. For players who already played in spring or summer interlocks their names should be in the system already. All you need to do for them is to search for their name, select them and assign the jersey # and save. Please mark all kids as eligible to pitch, unless the kid is an overage player playing in a lower division.(eg. a 15 yr old in a 13-14 division). If a player is not listed, you need to add the player first into the system before adding to the roster. You will need their DOB as well in order to add their names into the system. This is needed to confirm age eligibility. Rosters need to be locked before you can enter game results. Rostered players need to have uniform numbers in order for the roster to be locked. You can use bogus numbers and change them later, even when the roster is locked.

How to enter your game results will be posted in a day or two.


 2014-06-22: BIG LEAGUE:

Introducing your 2014 Ottawa West Crusaders:

Players

Coaching Staff: The Crusaders will now begin preparations for the 2014 Big League Provincials, hosted District 5 (Windsor), starting Wednesday 2 July.

Practice Saturday June 21, 10 to 1 at Upper Kinsmen and Sunday June 22, noon to 3 pm


 2014-06-21: FIRST DRAFTS OF DISTRICT SCHEDULES ARE UP:

FYI: You can now access Districts schedules thorugh the "D2 Districts 2014" button at the top of this page.

All of this year's Districts are 3 team round robins. A-B-C draws were done by your League Presidents last March.

If this seems odd to you, rest assured this is an approved Little League format, including Tie-Breakers.

Treat these schedules as DRAFTS for now. The dates are pretty solid, but the times may change. There may even be a field change here or there.

We are in need of Tournament Directors (basically the P.A. person, Official Score, and Official pitch counter) at many levels. One person could do two of those jobs at the same time. If you would like to vounteer in your league, please talk to your League President or to your DA.


 2014-06-18: HELP! SUMMER INTERLOCK CONVENER NEEDED FOR ROOKIE Repsonse has been good and we just need 1 more convener, for the Rookie division.

The duties of the convener are as follows:

So as you can see, it is not very intensive, most of what you will do is nag teams by e-mail to enter their roster and game results in a timely fashion. If you are interested, click here to send me an e-mail.

Sign-ups so far:


 2014-06-04: INTERMEDIATE TOURNAMENT!

Kanata Little League is hosting its second annual Kanata Capital Cup Tournament! It will be held the weekend of August 15 to 17, and will include a Home Run Derby.


 2014-05-30: TOURNAMENTS: ERINDALE (MISSISSAUGA, ON) TO HOST ANNUAL TBALL TOURNAMENT - JULY 18, 19, 20

Please pass this along to your T-Ball teams, who probably aren't in the habit of checking this web site. This is a fun tournament for boys (8U, 7U and 6U) & girls T-Ball. Cost is $350.00 per team - Includes 4 games, a team lunch on Saturday, and Tournament Medallions.

For more info, see more here...


 2014-05-23: IMPORTANT! ESPECIALLY IF YOU THINK YOU ARE GOING TO NEED WAIVERS FOR TOURNAMENT ELIGIBILITY REASONS:

The following 'gentle reminder'came from Lttle League Canada today:

To all League Presidents and District Administrators,

This is just a gentle reminder that June 4, 2014 is the deadline for submission of league databases, Applications for Combined Teams (attached), for charter fees to be paid, and for all waiver requests to be submitted and approved. As well, requests for team adjustments will not be accepted after this date.
June 15, 2014 is the deadline to return your Confirmation of Regulation Compliance and Tournament Enrolment Application form even if you aren’t entering teams into tournament play. This form was e-mailed to all league Presidents around May 5th. If you would like us to re-send it to you, please let us know.

If there is anything we can help you with or if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.


 2014-05-22: REQUEST FROM THE CITY OF OTTAWA -- BE GOOD NEIGHBOURS:

This came to us from the City of Ottawa in the form of a letter, which Matt Adams paraphrased for us here, generated because of complaints of the people who live near Grenfell Park in East Nepean. However, I think we should apply this wherever we play.

Thank you for your co-operation.


 2014-05-22: BAT CLARIFICATION: Apparently there is some confusion about which bats are illegal and which aren't.

Forget what you have heard at some clinic you attended, or from your local sports store, or read on a web site somewhere. The only thing relevant is Official Rule 1.10.


1.10 - The bat must be a baseball bat which meets Little League specifications and standards as noted in this rule. It shall be a smooth, rounded stick and made of wood or of material and color tested and proved acceptable to Little League standards.

Little League (Majors) and below: it shall not be more than thirty-three (33) inches in length nor more than two and one-quarter (2 and 1/4) inches in diameter. Non-wood bats shall be labeled with a BPF (bat performance factor) of 1.15 or less.
EXCEPTION: Little League (Majors) and below, for regular season play and Tournament, composite barrel bats are prohibited unless approved by Little League International. A list of approved and licensed composite barrel bats can be found on the Little League website at www.LittleLeague.org.

Intermediate (50-70) Division and Junior League: it shall not be more than 34 inches in length; nor more than 2 5/8 inches in diameter, and if wood, not less than fifteen-sixteenths (15/16) inches in diameter (7/8 inch for bats less than 30") at its smallest part. All composite barrel bats shall meet the Batted Ball Coefficient of Restitution (BBCOR) performance standard, and such bats shall be so labeled with a silkscreen or other permanent certification mark. The certification mark shall be rectangular, a minimum of a half-inch on each side and located on the barrel of the bat in any contrasting color. If a 2 and 1/4 barrel bat has no composite materials, it may be used provided it is labeled with a BPF (bat performance factor) of 1.15 or less. (NOTE: Solid wooded barrel bats do not require a BPF label.)

Senior/Big League: it shall not be more than 36 inches in length, nor more than 2 5/8 inches in diameter, and if wood, not less than fifteen-sixteenths (15/16) inches in diameter (7/8 inch for bats less than 30") at its smallest part. The bat shall not weigh, numerically, more than three ounces less than the length of the bat (e.g., a 33-inch-long bat cannot weigh less than 30 ounces). All bats not made of a single piece of wood shall meet the Batted Ball Coefficient of Restitution (BBCOR) performance standard, and such bats shall be so labeled with a silkscreen or other permanent certification mark. The certification mark shall be rectangular, a minimum of a half-inch on each side and located on the barrel of the bat in any contrasting color. Aluminum/alloy and composite bats shall be marked as to their material makeup being aluminum/alloy or composite. This marking shall be silkscreen or other permanent certification mark, a minimum of one-half-inch on each side and located on the barrel of the bat in any contrasting color.

In all divisions, wood bats may be taped or fitted with a sleeve for a distance not exceeding sixteen (16) inches (18 inches for Intermediate (50-70) Division/Junior/Senior/Big League Baseball) from the small end. A non-wood bat must have a grip of cork, tape or composition material, and must extend a minimum of 10 inches from the small end. Slippery tape or similar material is prohibited.

NOTE 1: Intermediate (50-70) Division/Junior/Senior/Big League: The 2 and 3/4 inch in diameter bat is not allowed in any division.

NOTE 2: The traditional batting donut is not permissible.

NOTE 3: The bat may carry the mark "Little League Tee Ball."

NOTE 4: Non-wood bats may develop dents from time to time. Bats have cracks or sharp edges, or that cannot pass through the approved Little League bat ring for the appropriate division must be removed from play. The 2 and 1/4 inch bat ring must be used for bats in the Tee Ball, Minor League and Little League Baseball divisions. The 2 5/8 inch bat ring must be used for bats in the Intermediate (50-70) Division, Junior, Senior and Big League divisions of baseball.

NOTE 5: An illegal bat must be removed. Any bat that has been altered shall be removed from play. Penalty -- See Rule 6.06(d).

Jim's note: There is no "drop 3" requirement for Junior and below. However, in the case of composite bats at any level, if they have a BBCOR stamp as they must, then they won't have a drop bigger than 3, so don't worry about it. The message is that we aren't looking for "drops". We are looking for composite barrel bats to have a BBCOR label.

And one more thing from http://www.littleleague.org/Intermediate5070/Intermediate50-70QA.htm:
Can a bat with a 2 1/4 inch barrel be used in Junior League Baseball and Intermediate (50/70) Baseball Division?
Yes, but not all 2 1/4 inch bats can be used. If a bat's barrel has no composite materials in it, it may be used in the Junior League Baseball and the Intermediate (50/70) Baseball Divisions, provided it is labeled with a BPF (bat performance factor) of 1.15 or less, and meets the standards for length, handle diameter, etc. (NOTE: Solid wooden barrel bats do not require a BPF label). But if the bat has composite materials in the barrel, a 2 1/4-inch barrel MAY NOT be used; only a 2 5/8-inch BBCOR bat may be used. This means you may not use a BBCOR approved 2 and 1/4 composite bat, if there is such a thing.


 2014-04-28: ORLEANS RED SOX Junior 'B' Summer Classic, July 18-21, 2014

Orleans Little League invites you to the Junior B Summer Classic tournament. The Junior B tournament will be held from July 18-21 2014. There will be eight teams split into two pools in the tournament. Each pool will have a round robin game where the top two teams advance to the semi-finals. The two winners will play for the championship. Games will be Held at Yves Richer and Heritage Park.

To register your team send an email to sstmartin18@msn.com. This tournament will fill up fast so don't delay to reserve a spot via email. Your entry will be confirmed once a cheque has been received for the entry fee. Three baseballs are to be provided at check in time at each field 45 minutes prior to your 1st game.

For the official announcement and tournament details/rules, see more here...


 2014-04-14: KANATA SET TO HOST SCOTT TOKESSY MEMORIAL GOLD GLOVE TOURNAMENT AUGUST 8-10, 2014

This year's tournament will be the weekend *after* the August long weekend. Play begins on the afternoon of Friday, August 8th, and Championships will be on Sunday, August 10th. Again this year, age groups are Rookie, Minor, Major and Juniors.

The entrance fees for 2014 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 number is 613-324-5751.

For more info, see more here...


 2014-04-11: NOTES FROM THE LITTLE LEAGUE CONGRESS:

Bruce Campbell and I attended the 26th Little League Congress, held this year in Minneapolis, MN. (It is now being held every 4th year.) It is a meeting for DAs and Assistant DAs from around the world. I had a great time -- Congress was very busy and very educational. And there was a ton of pin trading! Here are some brief notes that I would be happy to expand on later.

Finally, I hope nobody minds if I share something personal that I am very proud of, even if it seems a little immodest. I was honoured with Little League's Meritorious Service Award. There were 9 such awards around the world, 5 in the USA, 1 in each of Canada, Latin America, Asia-Pacific and Europe-Africa, and there are over 600 candidate District Administrators for them to choose from. I was truly floored to get this. Although I work hard, there are other D.A.s in Canada who have served longer, and frankly I often end up on the unpopular side of the debates in the Little League Canada board room, so I had no thoughts I would even be considered for this. It caught me totally by surprise, and I was both humbled and speechless... for a little while, anyway. Little League's official story and picture can be found here.


Here are the rule items we voted on, minus the ones for Softball and Challenger. Items being implemented this year have a white background.

QUESTIONYESYES%NONo%ABSTAINBOARD/TOURNAMENT
COMMITTEE ACTION
YEAR OF
IMPLEMENTATION
ITEM 2 - Baseball League Age Determination Date
Transition years 2015, 2016 and 2017
32472%11926%7Approved2018
ITEM 6 - 5-year-olds in Coach Pitch
as an option for leagues, not mandatory
and only if they have a year of tee-ball
and only if they are assessed for safety
36383%6815%2Approved2015
ITEM 8 - Short Model Chest Protector for Males41993%296%1Approved2014
ITEM 9 - Batter Remaining in the Box
1 foot in box between pitches
27861%17037%2No ActionWill not be implemented
ITEM 10 - Fake Bunt - Major & Minor Baseball
i.e. Eliminate slap-bunting
18641%26258%1No ActionWill not be implemented
ITEM 12 - Pitcher Hitting Muliple Batters
Pitchers removed after hitting 3 batters in a game
13830%31068%2No ActionWill not be implemented
ITEM 13 - Big League Tourn. Eligibilty (40%)
reduced from 60%
22384%4115%0Approved2015
ITEM 15 - Baseball Portable Pitching Mounds
allowed in Tournament with approval
40990%408%1Approved2014
ITEM 16 - DA and Field Representative Terms (4 Yrs.)
raised from 3 years
41291%408%0ApprovedSee Note
Note: Item 16 will be implemented with the next District Administrator elections. (For Ontario District 2, that is this year, in June). With regard to the International Board of Director term, the representatives for the Asia-Pacific, East and West will serve a four-year term, beginning with election at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors.
ITEM 17 - Baseball Special Games - Teenage Divisions
Special Games with Little League teams only
can be counted towards eligibility
42197%122%0Approved2014

For a pdf file with full descriptions of the rules we voted upon, see more here...


 2014-03-27: DISTRICTS DATES SET: The following dates have been set by your League Presidents as the dates for this year's Districts. Each Playoff is a 3-game 3-team Round-Robin. 3rd place is eliminated, 1st & 2nd place play in a final game. In the event of a three team tie at 1-1 each for the round robin, Little League tie-breakers will be applied. (See page T-27 of the offical rule book). 1st place will go to the team with the lowest ratio of runs allowed per defensive inning played. 2nd place will go to the team who won the round-robin game between the two remaining teams. It's ugly, but it's the rule.
Events Minor Major Intermediate Junior Senior Big League
Districts Start Fri 18 Jul 2014 Fri 11 Jul 2014 Wed 02 Jul 2014 Wed 02 Jul 2014 Fri 11 Jul 2014 n/a
# of game days needed 4 4 4 4 4 n/a
Districts Finish Mon 21 Jul 2014 Mon 14 Jul 2014 Sat 05 Jul 2014 Sat 05 Jul 2014 Mon 14 Jul 2014 n/a
Districts Rain-Day/If necessary Tue 22 Jul 2014 Tue 15 Jul 2014 Sun 06 Jul 2014 Sun 06 Jul 2014 Tue 15 Jul 2014 n/a
Districts Rain-Day Wed 23 Jul 2014 Wed 16 Jul 2014 Mon 07 Jul 2014 Mon 07 Jul 2014 Wed 16 Jul 2014 n/a
Districts Rain-Day Thu 24 Jul 2014     Tue 08 Jul 2014 Thu 17 Jul 2014 n/a
Travel to Provincials Mon 28 Jul 2014 Thu 17 Jul 2014 Tue 08 Jul 2014 Wed 09 Jul 2014 Fri 18 Jul 2014 Tue 01 Jul 2014


 2014-03-10: GET FREE SCOREKEEPING AND STATS FOR YOUR LITTLE LEAGUE TEAM!

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 2014-03-10: 2014 RULEBOOK APPS FOR iPHONE AND ANDROID:

The 2014 Little League Rulebook Apps provide all of the Little League rules for Baseball, Softball, and Challenger divisions with an easy to navigate interface including search capabilities and bookmark functionality. Apps are available in the Apple App and Google Play Store, click here to download or text “Rulebooks” to 55155!

By the way, this is not a free app. Each Rulebook App (Basbeall, Softball or Challenger) will cost about $9.00.


 2014-02-26: LITTLE LEAGUE WORLD SERIES BUS TRIP Friday August 22 - 25, 2014

In support of East Nepean Little League's hosting of the 2015 Little League Canadian Championships, ENLL is having a couple of fundraisers. In this one, welcome aboard the 10th anniversary of East Nepean Little League getting to the Little League World Series bus trip to Williamsport PA! Friday August 22 - 25, 2014

Come and experience a worry free trip to Williamsport PA on a highway coach from Barrhaven to Williamsport. Also celebrate 75 years of Little League Baseball (www.littleleague.org) in 2014.

You will get a reserved seat to watch the International Final on Saturday August 23, a reserved seat to watch the American Final on Saturday August 23 and a reserved seat to watch the Championship Game of the 2014 Little League World series on Sunday August 24.

We will be staying 3 nights at New Columbia Comfort Inn just south of Williamsport. http://www.comfortinn.com/hotel-new_columbia-pennsylvania-PA403

The bus leaves Barrhaven at 9am Friday August 22 and returns to Barrhaven on Monday August 25 approx 7pm. Explore the newly renovated Little League Museum www.littleleague.org/learn/museum , the Little League complex, the Mountaineer restaurant and attend the championship games.

I urge you to support the 2015 Canadian Championships and this fundraiser. I will be there, for my first trip to Williamsport. Will you? 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...


Last updated: 21-Jun-2014 15:17:02