Friday, June 7, 2019 (Orleans) – Don Boudria & Orleans Councillor Stephen Blais, representatives of Minto Ottawa, OLLB President Rob Lay and players Henry, Adam and Isak break ground on Don Boudria Park in Orleans.
The park will include a Major/Minor-sized field – the first baseball diamond to be built in Orleans since Scala […]Continue Reading →
Congratulations to all who participated, it was a great day. Thank you to all volunteers whom without them the day would not be possible.
Winners for each division:
Overall winner – Mason Charbonneau
Run Champ – Lucas Baxter
Throw Champ – Mason Charbonneau
Hit Champ – Liam Paul
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The City of Ottawa has advised that baseball diamonds are open and available for use as of Friday, May 10.
Given the amount of rain that we have received in the past 2 days, kindly use your best judgement. If a field is not playable, do not risk damaging it further.
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For Immediate Release
April 29th 2019
Orleans Little League Baseball has announced today that Rob Lay has been elected as their new President. Rob Succeeds Gord Crookston, who has served as the organization’s president for past 31 years.
Rob will take over leadership of Orleans Little League […]
Due to weather conditions the City of Ottawa has CLOSED all fields until further notice. Please note that sports fields and ball diamonds will remain closed until further notice.
With the heavy amount of rainfall received and forecasted the grounds are extremely saturated. Games and practices should not resume until you receive an official notice.
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Please be advised that Spring Evaluations will take place on the following dates:
Coach Pitch April 7th and 13th @ Le Prelude
Minor, Major, Junior March 31st and April 7th @ Louis Riel Dome
Senior April 7th @ Louis Riel Dome
Your convenors will be in contact with you to let you […]Continue Reading →
National Capital Girls Baseball, in partnership with area Little Leagues, are hosting a clinic led by members of Team Canada and Team Ontario! Get training from some of the best female baseball players in the country, meet like-minded girls, learn new skills and raise funds for the 21U Women’s National Tournament that will be held […]Continue Reading →
Little League no longer runs a program past the Senior division. However, local Little Leagues have created an Ottawa area league to offer boys and girls between 17 and 19 years old a place to play. The 2017 season saw 6 teams formed– South Ottawa, Carleton Russell, Mississippi, 2 East Nepean teams, Ottawa West. The […]Continue Reading →