(C) LL Int'l


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

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Congratulations to Ottawa West, who captured the Intermediate Provincials on a rainy Friday 17 July night. They now head to the Intermediate Canadians in Saint John NB.

Congratulations to East Nepean, who captured the Senior Provincials on Saturday 18 July. They now head to the Senior Canadians in Coquitlam BC.


In Big League, District 2's Ottawa West Crusaders fell just one short, losing in the finals to D5-Windsor.

Juniors, Majors, and Minors have yet to be played, and we have yet to determine our District champs at those levels.



In my 10 seasons as your District Administrator it has been my privilege to host many Districts, about a dozen Provincials, and one Canadians. The planning for the 2015 Major Canadians has been unlike anything else I have been involved in for Little League. We started the process 5 years ago. Many people have joined in. Together they have raised some $600,000. Almost $400,000 went into construction of the new building you have seen at the Eagles' Nest. (By the way, the whole park is now known as Ken Ross Park, formerly South Nepean Park). That leaves about $200,000 being spent to make this a great event.

But we can't pull it off without more volunteers. While East Nepean Little League is the host of this event, we will gladly accept the assistance of people regardless of where they are from. This is the first time this event has come to Ottawa in the 60 year history of Little League in Canada, and therefore could be the last opportunity for you to be involved in something of this magnitude for a long time. In particular, we are in need of:

Billet families will receive 2 tickets to the Champions Dinner, featuring Hall of Famer and Toronto Blue Jay Roberto Alomar. And students, this is a great "volunteer hours" opportunity for you!

Please, go to the tournament website for more specific info and applications. see more here...


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.

 2015-05-28: 2015 Canadian Little League Championships: This event has been 5 years in the making. East Nepean Little League is doing an amazing job. And we can't pull it off without a lot more volunteers. We will welcome qualified volunteers from all over, whether you need hours for your high school volunteer total, or you just want to be part of a great event that may not be back to Ottawa any time soon. See below:

 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 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: 30-May-2015 20:35:46