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Canadian Region Tournament
Little League Baseball Division (Ages 10-12)



2019 Tournament
2022




Canadian Region Tournament
Host - Rocky Mountain Little League (Calgary, Alberta)
At Rose Diamond; Stanley Park

Rose Diamond is located along the Elbow River at the intersection of Riverdale Ave Southwest and 4 Street Southwest in Calgary.

Participating Teams City League
Alberta Champions Calgary Calgary West LL
Atlantic Provinces Champions Sydney Sydney and District #1 LL
British Columbia Champions Vancouver Little Mountain LL
Ontario Champions Ancaster Ancaster LL
Prairie Provinces Champions Moose Jaw (Saskatchewan) Moose Jaw LL
Quebec Champions Mirabel Diamond Baseball LL
Host League Calgary (Alberta) Rocky Mountain LL

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Tournament Results:

Day 1 (Thursday, August 4):
Little Mountain (British Columbia) 15, Moose Jaw (Saskatchewan) 5 (6 innings)
Calgary West (Alberta) 8, Ancaster (Ontario) 2
Rocky Mountain (Alberta) 8, Diamond Baseball (Quebec) 2

Day 2 (Friday, August 5):
Calgary West (Alberta) 8, Diamond Baseball (Quebec) 4
Rocky Mountain (Alberta) 8, Ancaster (Ontario) 4
Moose Jaw (Saskatchewan) 8, Sydney and District #1 (Nova Scotia) 7

Day 3 (Saturday, August 6):
Little Mountain (British Columbia) 12, Rocky Mountain (Alberta) 8
Ancaster (Ontario) 7, Sydney and District #1 (Nova Scotia) 4
Moose Jaw (Saskatchewan) 10, Calgary West (Alberta) 6

Day 4 (Sunday, August 7):
Little Mountain (British Columbia) 14, Sydney and District #1 (Nova Scotia) 0 (4 innings)
Calgary West (Alberta) 5, Rocky Mountain (Alberta) 4
Diamond Baseball (Quebec) 16, Ancaster (Ontario) 6 (5 innings)

Day 5 (Monday, August 8):
Little Mountain (British Columbia) 14, Calgary West (Alberta) 1 (4 innings)
Moose Jaw (Saskatchewan) 5, Ancaster (Ontario) 0
Diamond Baseball (Quebec) 15, Sydney and District #1 (Nova Scotia) 2 (4 innings)

Day 6 (Tuesday, August 9):
Moose Jaw (Saskatchewan) 4, Rocky Mountain (Alberta) 1
Little Mountain (British Columbia) 21, Diamond Baseball (Quebec) 3 (4 innings)
Calgary West (Alberta) 10, Sydney and District #1 (Nova Scotia) 2

Day 7 (Wednesday, August 10):
Rocky Mountain (Alberta) 12, Sydney and District #1 (Nova Scotia) 2 (4 innings)
Moose Jaw (Saskatchewan) 8, Diamond Baseball (Quebec) 7 (6 innings)
Little Mountain (British Columbia) 13, Ancaster (Ontario) 0 (4 innings)


Standings

W

L
Runs
Allowed
Little Mountain (British Columbia) 6 0 17
Moose Jaw (Saskatchewan) 5 1 36
Calgary West (Alberta) 4 2 36
Rocky Mountain (Alberta) 3 3 29
Diamond Baseball (Quebec) 2 4 53
Ancaster (Ontario) 1 5 54
Sydney and District #1 (Nova Scotia) 0 6 66

The top four teams advance to the semifinal round.

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 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 (Thursday, August 11)

Moose Jaw (Saskatchewan) 5, Calgary West (Alberta) 2
Little Mountain (British Columbia) 3, Rocky Mountain (Alberta) 2

Consolation Game (Thursday, August 11)

Calgary West (Alberta) 12, Rocky Mountain (Alberta) 5

Championship Game (Friday, August 12)

Little Mountain (British Columbia) 9, Moose Jaw (Saskatchewan) 4 (TITLE)

British Columbia's Little Mountain Little League wins the 2022 Canadian Region tournament and advances to the Little League World Series.


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Alberta | Atlantic Provinces | British Columbia | Ontario | Prairie Provinces | Quebec


Alberta Provincial Tournament
Host - Lethbridge (District 1)
At Canola Harvest Field

Tournament Results:

Format: Double elimination tournament, with the champion advancing to the Canadian Region tournament.

(Tournament Participants: Bow Ridge, Calgary West, Fish Creek, Lethbridge, and Medicine Hat)

Opening Round (Friday, July 22):
Lethbridge 14, Bow Ridge 6

Winner's Bracket Semifinals (Friday, July 22 and Saturday, July 23):
Calgary West 9, Medicine Hat 0
Lethbridge 12, Fish Creek 0 (4 innings)

Elimination Bracket Quarterfinals (five teams remain) (Saturday, July 23):
Medicine Hat 15, Bow Ridge 3 (5 innings; elim.)

Winner's Bracket Final (Sunday, July 24):
Calgary West 4, Lethbridge 2

Elimination Bracket Semifinal (four teams remain) (Sunday, July 24):
Medicine Hat 9, Fish Creek 4 (elim.)

Elimination Bracket Final (three teams remain) (Monday, July 25):
Lethbridge 9, Medicine Hat 4 (elim.)

Championship Game (Tuesday, July 26):
Calgary West 11, Lethbridge 0 (4 innings; TITLE)

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Atlantic Provinces Divisional Tournament

No leagues from New Brunswick entered the 2022 international tournament, so the Nova Scotia provincial tournament determines Atlantic Canada's representative in the Canadian Region tournament.

Nova Scotia Provincial Tournament
Host - Glace Bay
At Cameron Bowl

Format: Double round robin tournament, with the top two teams advancing to the district finals. No championship game is played if the first place team finishes with an undefeated record.

(Tournament Participants: Amherst, Glace Bay, Sydney and District #1, and Sydney Mines)

Day 1 (Friday, July 16):
Glace Bay 8, Sydney Mines 4
Sydney and District #1 6, Amherst 4

Day 2 (Saturday, July 17):
Glace Bay 10, Amherst 0 (4 innings)
Sydney and District #1 4, Sydney Mines 2

Day 3 (Sunday, July 18):
Sydney Mines 12, Amherst 2
Glace Bay 4, Sydney and District #1 3

Day 4 (Friday, July 22):
Game 7 - Sydney and District #1 10, Sydney Mines 8
Gmae 8 - Glace Bay versus Amherst (5:30 p.m.)

Day 5 (Saturday, July 23):
Game 9 - Sydney Mines versus Amherst (3:00 p.m.)
Sydney and District #1 4, Glace Bay 2

Day 6 (Sunday, July 24):
Sydney and District #1 10, Amherst 7
Gmae 12 - Glace Bay versus Sydney Mines (5:30 p.m.)


Standings

W

L

Runs
Allowed
Glace Bay 3 1 11
Sydney and District #1 5 1 27
Sydney Mines 1 1 24
Amherst 0 4 38

The top two teams advance to the championship game. No championship game is played if the first place team finishes with an undefeated record.

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 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.

Championship Game (Monday, July 25)

NOTE: No championship game is played if the first place team finishes with an undefeated record.

Sydney and District #1 9, Glace Bay 1 (TITLE)

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British Columbia Provincial Tournament
Host - Whalley (Surrey) (District 3)
At Orest Springenatic Field; Whalley Athletic Park

Whalley Athletic Park is located at 10635 University Drive in Surrey.

Participating Teams
District 1 Champions Little Mountain (Vancouver)
District 3 Champions Langley
District 5 Champions Lynn Valley (North Vancouver)
District 6 Champions Trout Lake (Vancouver)
District 7 Champions Layritz (Victoria)
District 8 Champions Trail
Host League Whalley (Surrey)

Tournament Results:

Day 1 (Saturday, July 23):
Trout Lake 2, Lynn Valley 1
Trail 2, Langley 1
Whalley 3, Little Mountain 2

Day 2 (Sunday, July 24):
Layritz 2, Trail 1
Little Mountain 10, Trout Lake 4
Langley 10, Lynn Valley 0 (4 innings)

Day 3 (Monday, July 25):
Little Mountain 11, Langley 1 (6 innings)
Layritz 7, Lynn Valley 2
Trout Lake 9, Whalley 5

Day 4 (Tuesday, July 26):
Little Mountain 12, Lynn Valley 2
Trout Lake 7, Trail 2
Whalley 7, Layritz 1

Day 5 (Wednesday, July 27):
Trout Lake 4, Langley 3
Little Mountain 9, Layritz 3
Whalley 16, Trail 3

Day 6 (Thursday, July 28):
Trout Lake 9, Layritz 6 (8 innings)
Lynn Valley 9, Trail 4
Whalley 6, Langley 0

Day 7 (Friday, July 29):
Little Mountain 6, Trail 2
Layritz 3, Langley 0
Whalley 6, Lynn Valley 4


Standings

W

L

Runs
Allowed
Little Mountain 5 1 15
Whalley 5 1 19
Trout Lake 5 1 27
Layritz 3 3 28
Langley 1 5 26
Lynn Valley 1 5 41
Trail 1 5 41

The top four teams advance to the semifinal round.

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 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 (Saturday, July 30)

Whalley 6, Trout Lake 5
Little Mountain 8, Layritz 0

Championship Game (Sunday, July 31)

Little Mountain 11, Whalley 1 (TITLE)

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Ontario Provincial Tournament
Host - East Nepean (District 2)
At Ken Ross Park

Pool 'A' Participants
District 1 Champions Ancaster
District 2 Champions Ottawa West
District 6 Champions Orleans
District 7 Champions Cornwall
District 8 Champions Perth
Host League East Nepean

Tournament Results:

Day 1 (Saturday, July 23):
Ottawa West 14, Orleans 4
Ancaster 13, Perth 3
East Nepean 2, Cornwall 1

Day 2 (Sunday, July 24):
Ottawa West 10, Ancaster 0
Cornwall 2, Orleans 1
East Nepean 6, Perth 2

Day 3 (Monday, July 25):
Cornwall 7, Ottawa West 4
Perth 9, Orleans 7
Ancaster 9, East Nepean 7

Day 4 (Tuesday, July 26):
Ancaster 10, Cornwall 6
Ottawa West 14, Perth 3
Orleans 5, East Nepean 4

Day 5 (Wednesday, July 27):
Cornwall 11, Perth 1
Ancaster 10, Orleans 5
Ottawa West 7, East Nepean 6


Standings

W

L

Runs
Allowed
Ottawa West 4 1 20
Ancaster 4 1 31
Cornwall 3 2 18
East Nepean 2 3 24
Perth 1 4 51
Orleans 1 4 39

The top four teams advance to the semifinal round.

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 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 (Thursday, July 28)

Ancaster 7, Cornwall 5
East Nepean 8, Ottawa West 4

Ontario Provincial Championship Game (Friday, July 29)

Ancaster 14, East Nepean 4 (TITLE)

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Prairie Provinces Divisional Tournament
Host - North Regina (District 1)
At George Donhauer Diamond

North Regina Little League is located at 750 Pasqua Street in Regina.

Tournament Results:

Best 2-of-3 Series (July 22 - July 24):
Moose Jaw 12, North Regina 0 (6 innings)
Moose Jaw 8, North Regina 3 (TITLE)

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Quebec Provincial Tournament
Host - Rouyn-Noranda (District 1)
At Parc Mouska

Parc Mouska is located on Rue 15e in Noranda.

Tournament Results:

Format: Round robin tournament, with the top three teams advancing to the provincial finals.

(Tournament Participants: Diamond Baseball, Notre-Dame-de-Grace, Rouyn-Noranda, and Trois-Lacs)

Day 1 (Friday, July 8):
Notre-Dame-de-Grace 17, Trois-Lacs 2
Diamond Baseball 11, Rouyn-Noranda 0

Day 2 (Saturday, July 9):
Notre-Dame-de-Grace 24, Rouyn-Noranda 9
Diamond Baseball 8, Trois-Lacs 2
Diamond Baseball 12, Notre-Dame-de-Grace 2
Rouyn-Noranda 6, Trois-Lacs 4


Standings

W

L

Runs
Allowed
Diamond Baseball 3 0 4
Notre-Dame-de-Grace 2 1 23
Rouyn-Noranda 1 2 39
Trois-Lacs 0 3 31

The top three teams advance to the provincial 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 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 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 (Saturday, July 9)

Notre-Dame-de-Grace 7, Rouyn-Noranda 0

Championship Game (Sunday, July 10)

Diamond Baseball 11, Notre-Dame-de-Grace 7 (TITLE)

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