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(April 2018) -- Australian leagues have begun state tournament competition, which means the long trek toward this year's Little League World Series is underway! Twenty Aussie leagues will qualify for the Australian Region tournament held in Lismore, New South Wales, in early June, and the Australian Region champion advances to the Little League World Series.
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While a handful of Australian leagues have been affiliated with Little League baseball over time, the country established a strong presence in the Little League family in 2008, when the Australian Baseball Federation worked with Little League Baseball officials to charter many of the country's local clubs and leagues as Little League programs. That relationship quickly grew, and by 2012, Australia had more leagues chartered with Little League Baseball than all but three other nations.
In the initial years of Australia's affiliation with Little League Baseball, Australia's national champion advanced to the Asia-Pacific Region tournament. Beginning with the 2013 international tournament, however, Australia has been established as a separate region for the major baseball division, meaning that Australia's national champion earns direct entry into the Little League World Series. Perth Metro Central Little League defeated Adelaide Southern Districts Little League, 8-2, to claim the 2013 Australian championship and become the country's first-ever qualifier for the Little League World Series. One year later, Perth Metro North Little League edged Manly Little League, 3-2 in 7 innings, and also advanced to South Williamsport. Perth Metro North defeated South Moravia Little League (Brno, Czech Republic), 10-1, in 2014 to earn Australia's first-ever victory at the Little League World Series.
Cronulla Little League from New South Wales won the 2015 Australian Region tournament with a 7-3 victory over Western Australia's Swan Hills Little League.
Hills North Little League from New South Wales won the inaugural national tournament in 2008, and in the process became the first Australian league ever to compete in a region tournament in the major baseball division. Waverley Little League, a semifinalist in 2008, claimed the 2009 Australian championship, and Adelaide Southern Little League earned the 2010 and 2011 titles. After finishing as the Aussie runner-up in 2011, Perth Metro North Little League brought the title to Western Australia for the first time by winning the 2012 Australian championship.
Click for an overview of the structure of Little League Baseball in Australia.
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