Since 1951, more than one million Canadian youngsters have enjoyed the many benefits of the Little League experience. A large part of the lessons that Little League teaches, leaders from all walks of life stand as testaments to the lasting advantages of participation in the largest youth sport and education organization.
The purpose of Little League is to assist youth in developing quality of citizenship, discipline, teamwork, and physical well-being, with proper guidance and exemplary leadership.
Little League provides programs for all youth, boys and girls from the age of 5 to 18 years, regardless of their ability.
|5 to 8 years||Tee-Ball|
|8 to 12 years||Little League|
|13 years||Junior League|
|13 to 15 years||Senior League|
|16 to 18 years||Big League|
|6 to 18 years||Challenger Division|
|Softball programs for girls follow similar age brackets|
There are four leagues operating in the Saint John Area:
|South End Little League||City South End and Lower West Side|
|North End Little League||City North End and Lancaster|
|East Suburban Little League||City East, Rothesay and Farevale|
|Loch Lomond Little League||Airport area, St. Martin's and Hampton|
At the end of regular season play, our program offers each chartered league an opportunity to select an All-Star tournament team from the eligible players from within the league, from each age group. The All-Star teams compete at the District Level with the winner moving on to compete at the Division Level. The Division winners then advance to the Canadian Nationals from where the winners advance to compete in the World Series.
Further information is available from:
In the Saint John Area:
Little League strongly supports "Volunteer Screening," we owe it to our youth and their families.
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