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Frequently Asked Questions

We continously update this section as we are asked questions:

How many games will there be a week? 

During the spring and summer seasons there will be 2 games a week (Sunday evening through to Thursday evening), and possibly some weekend tournaments depending on your team and league. In Tournament Play, teams can play much more. In District 6, the Tournament playdowns are double-elimination format, which guarantees each team a minimum of two games.

Will all players get a chance to play in games?

House league has a mandatory fair play rule in which a player cannot sit more than one inning unless all other players present have sat out. In Tournament play, the Mandatory Play rule is 1 defensive inning and 1 at bat for Junior and lower age levels.

Are there different levels of play in each age category?

There are 2 different levels of play in House League. There are Canadians ("A") and Nationals ("B"). Tiering into the different levels depends upon registration numbers. We hold pre-season tryouts to determine which level best suits each player.

What kind of equipment will players need?

Players will need a baseball glove. Players age 12 and under are not permitted to use metal spikes on their shoes. Little League teams provide the bats and catcher's equipment for games.

How do I know which League's territory we live in?

Visit this Google Map to view our and neighboring league boundaries.

What do you need to register?

  1. Ensure you are within the CRLL boundary.
  2. Proof of Primary Residence may be required to comply with Little League Residency Rules
  3. Proof of Age is required. e.g. birth certificate
  4. Make sure you know what Volunteer Jobs you will be signing up for - Check out our Volunteer Information Page for more details.
  5. Financial assistance can be provided. Please contact our Registrar in advance to facilitate these registrations.