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2019


Australian Region Tournament
Host - Far North Coast Baseball Association (Lismore, New South Wales)
At Albert Park Baseball and Softball Complex

Albert Park is located at 347 Keen Street in East Lismore.

Participating Teams
Australian Capital Territory Canberra LL
New South Wales Ryde Red LL
New South Wales Cronulla LL
New South Wales Manly LL
New South Wales Hills Red LL
New South Wales Far North Coast LL
Queensland Gold Coast LL
Queensland Brisbane North LL
South Australia Adelaide Marlins LL
South Australia Adelaide Rays LL
Victoria Northwestern Twins LL
Victoria Southern Mariners LL
Victoria Eastern Athletics LL
Western Australia Perth Metro East LL
Western Australia Perth Metro North LL
Western Australia Perth Metro Central LL

Tournament Schedule/Results:

Format: This is a two-stage tournament. In the first stage, leagues are divided into four pools for round-robin competition. The top two finishers in each pool advance to the quarterfinal round. All other teams advance to consolation games.

Pool Competition Results:

(Pool 'A' Participants: Adelaide Marlins, Gold Coast, Hills Red, and Southern Mariners)

(Pool 'B' Participants: Adelaide Rays, Eastern Athletics, Manly, and Perth Metro East)

(Pool 'C' Participants: Canberra, Cronulla, Northwestern Twins, and Perth Metro North)

(Pool 'D' Participants: Brisbane North, Far North Coast, Perth Metro Central, and Ryde Red)

Day 1 (Thursday, June 6):
Hills Red 11, Gold Coast 8
Perth Metro East 12, Adelaide Rays 1 (5 innings)
Far North Coast 9, Perth Metro Central 4
Cronulla 11, Northwestern Twins 10
Adelaide Marlins 6, Southern Mariners 4
Ryde Red 15, Brisbane North 0 (3 innings)
Perth Metro North 7, Northwestern Twins 4
Cronulla 12, Canberra 0 (5 innings)
Manly 15, Eastern Athletics 5 (4 innings)
Brisbane North 8, Perth Metro Central 7
Ryde Red 12, Far North Coast 2 (4 innings)
Perth Metro North 12, Canberra 4

Day 2 (Friday, June 7):
Perth Metro East 12, Eastern Athletics 7
Manly 8, Adelaide Rays 4
Gold Coast 4, Adelaide Marlins 1
Cronulla 12, Perth Metro North 3
Far North Coast 9, Brisbane North 3
Hills Red 6, Adelaide Marlins 4
Gold Coast 14, Southern Mariners 10
Northwestern Twins 16, Canberra 6 (5 innings)
Eastern Athletics 9, Adelaide Rays 5
Perth Metro East 5, Manly 3
Southern Mariners 16, Hills Red 14
Ryde Red 8, Perth Metro Central 6


Pool 'A' Standings

W

L

Runs
Allowed
Hills Red 2 1 28
Gold Coast 2 1 22
Adelaide Marlins 1 2 14
Southern Mariners 1 2 34


Pool 'B' Standings

W

L

Runs
Allowed
Perth Metro East 3 0 11
Manly 2 1 14
Eastern Athletics 1 2 32
Adelaide Rays 0 3 29


Pool 'C' Standings

W

L

Runs
Allowed
Cronulla 3 0 13
Perth Metro North 2 1 20
Northwestern Twins 1 2 24
Canberra 0 3 40


Pool 'D' Standings

W

L

Runs
Allowed
Ryde Red 3 0 8
Far North Coast 2 1 19
Brisbane North 1 2 31
Perth Metro Central 0 3 25

The top two finishers in each pool advance to the quarterfinal round. All other tournament participants advance to consolation games. Standard Little League Baseball tiebreakers apply.

Quarterfinal Round (Saturday, June 8)

Hills Red 10, Far North Coast 0 (4 innings)
Perth Metro East 5, Perth Metro North 4
Cronulla 9, Manly 5
Ryde Red 3, Gold Coast 2

Consolation Games (Saturday, June 8)

Perth Metro Central 7, Adelaide Marlins 5
Eastern Athletics 5, Canberra 3
Northwestern Twins 7, Adelaide Rays 5
Southern Mariners 6, Brisbane North 5

Consolation Games (Sunday, June 9)

Northwestern Twins 5, Perth Metro Central 2
Adelaide Marlins 3, Adelaide Rays 0
Manly 9, Far North Coast 5
Southern Mariners 7, Eastern Athletics 1
Canberra 7, Brisbane North 6
Gold Coast 13, Perth Metro North 10

Semifinal Round (Sunday, June 9)

Cronulla 8, Hills Red 4
Ryde Red 6, Perth Metro East 2 (7 innings)

Consolation Games (Monday, June 10)

Adelaide Rays 6, Brisbane North 3 (fifteenth place)
Adelaide Marlins 12, Canberra 2 (5 innings) (thirteenth place)
Perth Metro Central 10, Eastern Athletics 7 (eleventh place)
Northwestern Twins 15, Southern Mariners 5 (4 innings) (ninth place)
Far North Coast 9, Perth Metro North 3 (seventh place)
Gold Coast 15, Manly 11 (five innings) (fifth place)
Hills Red 10, Perth Metro East 5 (third place)

Australian Region Championship Game (Monday, June 10)

Cronulla 5, Ryde Red 2 (TITLE)

Cronulla Little League from New South Wales wins the 2019 Australian Region tournament and advances to the Little League World Series.


2019 Australian State Tournament Results:

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New South Wales | Queensland | South Australia | Victoria | Western Australia


New South Wales State Tournament

Tournament Results:

Format: Pool competition tournament, with each team playing a round robin schedule within its pool, and the top finishers advancing to the state finals. In addition, four Country New South Wales teams will compete in a round robin tournament that is followed by a championship game. The top finishers in the metro New South Wales tournament and the winner of the Country New South Wales tournament advance to the Australian Region tournament.

Pool Competition Results:

(Pool 'A' Participants: Cronulla, Hills Red, MacArthur, and Ryde Black)

(Pool 'B' Participants: Greater Western, Hills Blue, Manly, and Ryde Red)

Day 1 (Sunday, April 21):
Cronulla 6, Hills Red 2
Ryde Black 4, MacArthur 3
Hills Blue 12, Greater Western 2 (4 innings)
Ryde Red 24, Manly 2 (3 innings)
Ryde Red 10, Greater Western 0 (5 innings)
Manly 3, Hills Blue 2

Day 2 (Monday, April 22):
Hills Red 7, MacArthur 6
Manly 12, Greater Western 2 (4 innings)
Cronulla 15, Ryde Black 4 (5 innings)
Ryde Red 12, Hills Blue 2 (5 innings)
Hills Red 6, Ryde Black 2
Cronulla 6, MacArthur 4


Pool 'A' Standings

W

L
Cronulla 3 0
Hills Red 2 1
Ryde Black 1 2
MacArthur 0 3


Pool 'B' Standings

W

L
Ryde Red 3 0
Manly 2 1
Hills Blue 1 2
Greater Western 0 3

The top finishers advance to the state finals.

Ties are broken based on records in head-to-head competition among tied teams. If a clear winner cannot be determined from head-to-head results, the tie is broken by calculating the ratio of runs allowed to defensive innings played for all teams involved in the tie. The team with the lowest runs-per-defensive-inning ratio advances.

In the event of a tie involving three or more teams, once the initial tie is broken, the remaining tied teams are again compared on head-to-head record to determine if a clear winner can be identified. If no clear winner can be identified from head-to-head results among the remaining tied teams, the runs-per-defensive-inning ratio is again used. This process is repeated until all ties have been broken.

Country New South Wales State Tournament

Round Robin Results:

(Tournament Participants: Central Coast, Far North Coast, Illawara, and Newcastle)

Day 1 (Sunday, April 21):
Far North Coast 6, Illawara 2
Central Coast 14, Newcastle 2 (5 innings)

Day 2 (Monday, April 22):
Central Coast 10, Far North Coast 9
Illawara 15, Newcastle 5

Day 3 (Tuesday, April 23):
Far North Coast 13, Newcastle 3 (4 innings)
Illawara 22, Central Coast 11 (5 innings)


Round Robin Standings

W

L
Far North Coast 2 1
Illawara 2 1
Central Coast 2 1
Newcastle 0 3

The top two teams advance to the championship game.

Ties are broken based on records in head-to-head competition among tied teams. If a clear winner cannot be determined from head-to-head results, the tie is broken by calculating the runs allowed ratio for all teams involved in the tie. Runs allowed ratio is calculated by dividing the total number of runs allowed in all games by six. (The runs allowed are divided by six irrespective of the actual number of defensive innings a team played.) The team or with the lowest runs allowed ratio advances. If the tied teams are competing for multiple spots in the tournament's next phase, all ties are broken based on runs allowed ratio.

State Finals

Consolation Game (Tuesday, April 23):
MacArthur 18, Greater Western 3 (3 innings)

Quarterfinal Round (Tuesday, April 23):
Hills Red 12, Hills Blue 10
Manly 7, Ryde Black 2

Semifinal Round (Tuesday, April 23):
Ryde Red 10, Hills Red 0 (5 innings) (both teams advance to region tournament)
Cronulla 11, Manly 5 (both teams advance to region tournament)

Country New South Wales Championship Game (Wednesday, April 24):
Far North Coast 2, Illawara 1 (Far North Coast advances to region tournament)

Consolation Games (Wednesday, April 24):
MacArthur 16, Newcastle 0 (3 innings)
Central Coast 7, Greater Western 5
Hills Blue 16, Ryde Black 0 (3 innings) (fifth place)
Manly 10, Hills Red 3 (third place)

Championship Game (Wednesday, April 24):
Ryde Red 12, Cronulla 5 (TITLE)

Ryde Red, Cronulla, Manly, Hills Red, and Far North Coast advance to the Australian Region tournament.

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Queensland State Tournament
At Indians Baseball Club Complex (Runcorn)
At Wakerley Park

Tournament Results:

Format: Double round-robin tournament, with all tournament participants advancing to the state finals. The top two finishers at the conclusion of playoff games advance to the Australian Region tournament.

Round Robin Results:

(Tournament Participants: Brisbane Metro, Brisbane North, and Gold Coast)

Day 1 (Friday, April 12):
Brisbane Metro 10, Brisbane North 0 (5 innings)
Gold Coast 30, Brisbane North 8 (5 innings)
Gold Coast 14, Brisbane Metro 0 (4 innings)

Day 2 (Saturday, April 13):
Gold Coast 12, Brisbane North 0 (4 innings)
Gold Coast 11, Brisbane Metro 0 (4 innings)
6 - Brisbane Metro versus Brisbane North


Tournament Standings

W

L
Gold Coast 4 0
Brisbane Metro 1 2
Brisbane North 0 3

All tournament participants advance to playoff games, with round robin results being used to seed teams into specific bracket positions.

Ties are broken based on records in head-to-head competition among tied teams. If a clear winner cannot be determined from head-to-head results, the tie is broken by calculating the runs allowed ratio for all teams involved in the tie. Runs allowed ratio is calculated by dividing the total number of runs allowed in all games by six. (The runs allowed are divided by six irrespective of the actual number of defensive innings a team played.) The team or with the lowest runs allowed ratio advances. If the tied teams are competing for multiple spots in the tournament's next phase, all ties are broken based on runs allowed ratio.

Semifinal Round (Sunday, April 14)

Brisbane North 2, Brisbane Metro 1

Championship Game (Sunday, April 14)

Gold Coast 5, Brisbane North 1 (TITLE)

Gold Coast and Brisbane North advance to the Australian Region tournament.

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South Australia State Tournament
Host - West Beach (Adelaide Shores)

Tournament Results:

Format: This is a two-stage tournament. In the first stage, participating teams play a round robin schedule, with all tournament participants advancing to the state finals. Teams are seeded into specific bracket positions based on their round robin finish. In the tournament's second stage, teams play a set of single-elimination playoff games that determine the South Australia champion. The top two finishers advance to the Australia Region tournament.

Round Robin Results:

(Tournament Participants: Adelaide Marlins, Adelaide Rays, and Adelaide Seahawks)

Day 1 (Saturday, April 13):
Adelaide Rays 13, Adelaide Seahawks 7
Adelaide Marlins 2, Adelaide Rays 0
Adelaide Marlins 18, Adelaide Seahawks 3


Round Robin Standings

W

L
Adelaide Marlins 2 0
Adelaide Rays 1 1
Adelaide Seahawks 0 2

All tournament participants advance to the state finals. Round robin results are used to seed teams into specific bracket positions.

Ties are broken based on records in head-to-head competition among tied teams. If a clear winner cannot be determined from head-to-head results, the tie is broken by calculating the runs allowed ratio for all teams involved in the tie. Runs allowed ratio is calculated by dividing the total number of runs allowed in all games by six. (The runs allowed are divided by six irrespective of the actual number of defensive innings a team played.) The team or with the lowest runs allowed ratio advances. If the tied teams are competing for multiple spots in the tournament's next phase, all ties are broken based on runs allowed ratio.

Semifinal Round (Sunday, April 14)

Adelaide Rays 10, Adelaide Seahawks 5

Championship Game (Sunday, April 14)

Adelaide Marlins 10, Adelaide Rays 8 (TITLE)

Adelaide Marlins and Adelaide Rays advance to the Australian Region tournament.

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Victoria State Tournament
Host - Knox Baseball Club
At Gilbert Park (Knoxfield)

Tournament Results:

Format: Round-robin schedule, with the top three finishers following playoff games advancing to the Australian Region tournament.

Round Robin Results:

(Tournament Participants: Eastern Athletics, Geelong Baycats, Northwestern Twins, and Southern Mariners)

Day 1 (Friday, April 12):
Eastern Athletics 11, Geelong Baycats 3
Southern Mariners 10, Northwestern Twins 3
Northwestern Twins 26, Geelong Baycats 4 (4 innings)

Day 2 (Saturday, April 13):
Southern Mariners 25, Geelong Baycats 0 (3 innings)
Northwestern Twins 16, Eastern Athletics 7
Southern Mariners 15, Eastern Athletics 3 (4 innings)


Round Robin Standings

W

L
Southern Mariners 3 0
Northwestern Twins 2 1
Eastern Athletics 1 2
Geelong Baycats 0 3

All tournament participants advance to the state finals. Round robin results are used to seed teams into specific bracket positions.

Ties are broken based on records in head-to-head competition among tied teams. If a clear winner cannot be determined from head-to-head results, the tie is broken by calculating the runs allowed ratio for all teams involved in the tie. Runs allowed ratio is calculated by dividing the total number of runs allowed in all games by six. (The runs allowed are divided by six irrespective of the actual number of defensive innings a team played.) The team or with the lowest runs allowed ratio advances. If the tied teams are competing for multiple spots in the tournament's next phase, all ties are broken based on runs allowed ratio.

Semifinal Round (Sunday, April 14)

Southern Mariners 20, Geelong Baycats 6 (3 innings)
Northwestern Twins 17, Eastern Athletics 0 (3 innings)

Consolation Game (Sunday, April 14)

Eastern Athletics 19, Geelong Baycats 3 (3 innings)

Championship Game (Sunday, April 14)

Northwestern Twins 8, Southern Mariners 4 (TITLE)

Northwestern Twins, Southern Mariners, and Eastern Athletics advance to the Australian Region tournament.

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Western Australia State Tournament
Host - Wanneroo Giants Baseball Club (Madeley)
At Mateljan Park

Format: Two-stage tournament, with seven teams competing for berths in the Australian Region tournament.

In the first stage, leagues are divided into two pools for round robin competition. All leagues advance to stage two, which involves a series of playoffs to determine Western Australia's qualifiers for the Australian Region tournament.

Pool Competition Results:

(Pool 'A' Participants: Coastal Bay, Perth Metro North, Perth Metro South, and Southern Hills)

(Pool 'B' Participants: Perth Metro Central, Perth Metro East, and Swan Hills)

Day 1 (Thursday, April 18):
Southern Hills 16, Perth Metro South 6 (5 innings)
Swan Hills 8, Perth Metro Central 7
Perth Metro North 15, Coastal Bay 1 (4 innings)
Perth Metro East 11, Swan Hills 5

Day 2 (Friday, April 19):
Perth Metro East 13, Perth Metro Central 5
Swan Hills 9, Perth Metro East 8
Southern Hills 15, Coastal Bay 12
Perth Metro North 17, Perth Metro South 2 (3 innings)

Day 3 (Saturday, April 20):
Coastal Bay 19, Perth Metro South 18
Perth Metro North 23, Southern Hills 1 (4 innings)
Perth Metro Central 5, Swan Hills 3
Perth Metro North 14, Southern Hill 0 (4 innings) (seeding game)
Perth Metro East 8, Perth Metro Central 0
Coastal Bay 8, Perth Metro South 3 (seeding game)


Pool 'A' Standings

W

L
Perth Metro North 4 0
Southern Hills 2 2
Coastal Bay 2 2
Perth Metro South 0 4


Pool 'B' Standings

W

L
Perth Metro East 3 1
Swan Hills 2 2
Perth Metro Central 1 3

All tournament entrants advance to the state finals, with teams seeded into specific bracket positions based on pool competition results.
Ties are broken based on records in head-to-head competition among tied teams. If a clear winner cannot be determined from head-to-head results, the tie is broken by calculating the runs allowed ratio for all teams involved in the tie. Runs allowed ratio is calculated by dividing the total number of runs allowed in all games by six. (The runs allowed are divided by six irrespective of the actual number of defensive innings a team played.) The team or with the lowest runs allowed ratio advances. If the tied teams are competing for multiple spots in the tournament's next phase, all ties are broken based on runs allowed ratio.

State Finals

Elimination Bracket - Round 1 (Sunday, April 21):
Perth Metro Central 10, Southern Hills 4
Swan Hills 6, Coastal Bay 2

Semifinal Round (Sunday, April 21):
Perth Metro North 11, Swan Hills 1 (4 innings) (Perth Metro North advances to region tournament)
Perth Metro East 7, Perth Metro Central 1 (Perth Metro East advances to region tournament)

Consolation Games (Monday, April 22):
Perth Metro South 6, Southern Hills 4
Coastal Bay 11, Perth Metro South 9 (4 innings)

Elimination Bracket - Round 2 (Monday, April 22):
Perth Metro Central 11, Swan Hills 6 (Perth Metro Central advances to region tournament)

Perth Metro East 9, Perth Metro North 4 (TITLE)

Perth Metro East, Perth Metro North, and Perth Metro Central advance to the Australian Region tournament.

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