Today the 16U Cubs( Seniors) Finish losing in semi finals at Nationals to Ottawa 2-1. After a fantastic second place finish the Confederation Park end the season in a tight one. Great work and you represented Confederation Park, Edmonton and Alberta Well.
Congratulations to the Senior
Confederation Cubs who swept
the Senior Divisional Tournament
hosted at John Fry Park in
The Cubs are moving on to the Canadian Senior Championships in Ottawa from July 19th to July 27th, lets all wish them the best at Canadians!!!!
From humble beginnings in Williamsport, Pennsylvania and with assistance from thousands of volunteers, Little League has grown into the largest and best youth sports organization in the world. At local Little Leagues, life-long friendships have been forged, communities have been made stronger and, most importantly, kids have had fun.
June 12-18, 2016 marks "National Little League" week in Canada, a time to celebrate the Little League programs of baseball, softball, and Challenger in communities throughout the country. This year, for the first time, a T-Ball demonstration on Parliament Hill will help kick off National Little League week and we hope that this will become an annual event.
Thousands of parents and volunteers provide countless hours to ensure that the children of our communities have a safe and healthy sport to develop their physical and emotional well-being and growth, with the goal of developing our young people into great citizens.
It is a time to reflect on the positives the Little League program brings to each community, to the children in the program, and to us, as citizens of our communities. It is a time, as well, to recognize the incredible number of volunteers who dedicate an almost unfathomable number of hours and resources with only one thought in mind: making the Little League program bigger and better in every way possible.
It is also a time to thank all of our supporters across the country, those in the business community who sponsor teams and tournaments, those in government who strive to provide us with the parks and other resources we need throughout the year and, finally, the children who return the investment in their well-being with lots of smiles! Having fun while in the program is the only goal they need have.
Please take a moment to read the attached letter of recognition from our Prime Minister addressed to all Little League volunteers, players, and supporters.
Canada Region Director
****Little League (District Number 2) Edmonton is the governing body for the 3 leagues in the Edmonton area. The leagues are determined by certain boundries that are listed below. Please take a moment and determine which league area that you reside in and then go to that league's tab above to find out all the information relating to that league. (registration dates, ages, locations, etc.)
****Reminder Little League is run by volunteers and does not have an office.
Community Park (North Edmonton)
East Park (Southeast Edmonton)
Confederation Park (Southwest Edmonton)
**** Please click on the "League Header" above to give you specific information about the League you belong to for registration and other League information.****
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