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2019


Canadian Region Tournament
Host - Ancaster (Ontario)

Participating Teams City League
Alberta Champions Calgary Calgary West LL
Atlantic Provinces Champions Glace Bay (Nova Scotia) Glace Bay LL
British Columbia Champions Coquitlam Coquitlam LL
Ontario Champions Ottawa Ottawa West LL
Prairie Provinces Champions Moose Jaw (Saskatchewan) Moose Jaw LL
Quebec Champions Mirabel Diamond Baseball Academy LL
Host League Ancaster (Ontario) Ancaster LL

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Tournament Results:

Day 1 (Thursday, August 1):
Diamond Baseball Academy (Quebec) 14, Moose Jaw (Saskatchewan) 7
Ottawa West (Ontario) 4, Glace Bay (Nova Scotia) 2
Coquitlam (British Columbia) 11, Ancaster (Ontario) 0 (4 innings)

Day 2 (Friday, August 2):
Diamond Baseball Academy (Quebec) 8, Calgary West (Alberta) 4 (7 innings)
Coquitlam (British Columbia) 6, Glace Bay (Nova Scotia) 4
Ancaster (Ontario) 12, Moose Jaw (Saskatchewan) 5

Day 3 (Saturday, August 3):
Ottawa West (Ontario) 9, Calgary West (Alberta) 1
Glace Bay (Nova Scotia) 9, Moose Jaw (Saskatchewan) 6
Diamond Baseball Academy (Quebec) 21, Ancaster (Ontario) 0 (3 innings)

Day 4 (Sunday, August 4):
Coquitlam (British Columbia) 6, Calgary West (Alberta) 1
Diamond Baseball Academy (Quebec) 13, Glace Bay (Nova Scotia) 7
Ottawa West (Ontario) 2, Ancaster (Ontario) 0

Day 5 (Monday, August 5):
Calgary West (Alberta) 11, Moose Jaw (Saskatchewan) 6
Coquitlam (British Columbia) 15, Ottawa West (Ontario) 3
Glace Bay (Nova Scotia) 3, Ancaster (Ontario) 1

Day 6 (Wednesday, August 7):
Diamond Baseball Academy (Quebec) 12, Coquitlam (British Columbia) 2
Moose Jaw (Saskatchewan) 8, Ottawa West (Ontario) 3
Calgary West (Alberta) 8, Glace Bay (Nova Scotia) 7

Day 7 (Thursday, August 8):
Coquitlam (British Columbia) 8, Moose Jaw (Saskatchewan) 4
Ottawa West (Ontario) 8, Diamond Baseball Academy (Quebec) 7
Calgary West (Alberta) 6, Ancaster (Ontario) 3


Standings

W

L
Runs
Allowed
Diamond Baseball Academy (Quebec) 5 1 28
Coquitlam (British Columbia) 5 1 24
Ottawa West (Ontario) 4 2 33
Calgary West (Alberta) 3 3 39
Glace Bay (Nova Scotia) 2 4 38
Ancaster (Ontario) 1 5 48
Moose Jaw (Saskatchewan) 1 5 57

The top four teams advance to the semifinal round.

Ties are broken based on records in head-to-head competition among tied teams. If a clear winner cannot be determined from head-to-head results, the tie is broken by calculating the runs allowed ratio for all teams involved in the tie. Runs allowed ratio is calculated by dividing the total number of runs allowed in all games by six. (The runs allowed are divided by six irrespective of the actual number of defensive innings a team played.)

The team or with the lowest runs allowed ratio advances. If the tied teams are competing for multiple spots in the tournament's next phase, all ties are broken based on runs allowed ratio.

Semifinal Round (Friday, August 9)

Diamond Baseball Academy (Quebec) 8, Calgary West (Alberta) 7 (7 innings)
Coquitlam (British Columbia) 8, Ottawa West (Ontario) 5

Canadian Region Tournament Championship Game (Saturday, August 10)

Coquitlam (British Columbia) 6, Diamond Baseball Academy (Quebec) 3 (TITLE)

British Columbia's Coquitlam Little League wins the 2019 Canadian Region tournament and advances to the Little League World Series.


Provincial Tournament Results:

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Alberta | Atlantic Provinces | British Columbia | Ontario | Prairie Provinces | Quebec


Alberta Provincial Tournament
Host - Rocky Mountain (Calgary) (District 8)
At Stanley Park

Participating Teams
District 1 Qualifier Lethbridge
District 1 Qualifier South Chief (Lethbridge)
District 3 Qualifier Bow Ridge (Calgary)
District 4 Qualifier Medicine Hat
District 8 Qualifier Calgary West
District 8 Qualifier Fish Creek (Calgary)
District 8 Qualifier Rocky Mountain (Calgary)

Tournament Results:

We have not received a report on results from the tournament's round robin phase. Calgary West finished as the top seed with a 5-1 record, while Fish Creek, South Chief, and Lethbridge also advanced to the semifinal round.

Semifinal Round (Thursday, July 26)

Calgary West 16, Lethbridge 7
Fish Creek 11, South Chief 1

Alberta Championship Game (Friday, July 27)

Calgary West d. Fish Creek (TITLE)

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Atlantic Provinces Divisional Tournament

Nova Scotia District 1 Tournament
Host - Sydney Mines
At Joe Scott Memorial Field

Double Round Robin Results

(Tournament Participants: Glace Bay, Sydney, and Sydney Mines)

Day 1 (Sunday, July 7):
Glace Bay 12, Sydney Mines 3

Day 2 (Monday, July 8):
Sydney 16, Sydney Mines 2

Day 3 (Tuesday, July 9):
Glace Bay 9, Sydney 2

Day 4 (Wednesday, July 10):
Glace Bay 15, Sydney Mines 3

Day 5 (Thursday, July 11):
Sydney 12, Sydney Mines 6

Day 6 (Friday, July 12):
Glace Bay 2, Sydney 1


Standings

W

L

Runs
Allowed
Glace Bay 4 0 9
Sydney 2 2 19
Sydney Mines 0 4 55

The double round robin champion is the tournament winner.

Ties are broken based on records in head-to-head competition among tied teams. If a clear winner cannot be determined from head-to-head results, the tie is broken by calculating the runs allowed ratio for all teams involved in the tie. Runs allowed ratio is calculated by dividing the total number of runs allowed in all games by six. (The runs allowed are divided by six irrespective of the actual number of defensive innings a team played.) The team or with the lowest runs allowed ratio advances. If the tied teams are competing for multiple spots in the tournament's next phase, all ties are broken based on runs allowed ratio.

Glace Bay wins the Nova Scotia District 1 tournament with a 4-0 record.

No leagues from New Brunswick entered the 2019 international tournament, so no divisional tournament is played. As the Nova Scotia District 1 champions, Glace Bay is named the Atlantic Provinces champion.

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British Columbia Provincial Tournament
Host - Little Mountain (Vancouver) (District 1)
At Hillcrest Park

Hillcrest Park is located at 4501 Clancy Loranger Way in Vancouver.

Participating Teams
District 1 Champions Dunbar (Vancouver)
District 3 Champions Coquitlam
District 5 Champions Highlands
District 6 Champions Hastings Community
District 7 Champions Layritz (Victoria)
District 8 Champions Trail
Host League Little Mountain (Vancouver)

Tournament Schedule/Results:

Day 1 (Saturday, July 20):
Coquitlam 6, Trail 0
Dunbar 4, Layritz 2
Little Mountain 1, Hastings Community 0 (7 innings)

Day 2 (Sunday, July 21):
Layritz 7, Highlands 6
Hastings Community 4, Dunbar 1
Trail 8, Little Mountain 7 (8 innings)

Day 3 (Monday, July 22):
Hastings Community 9, Layritz 0
Highlands 9, Trail 6
Coquitlam 10, Little Mountain 8

Day 4 (Tuesday, July 23):
Dunbar 12, Highlands 2 (5 innings)
Trail 9, Layritz 7 (9 innings)
Coquitlam 10, Hastings Community 9

Day 5 (Wednesday, July 24):
Dunbar 4, Trail 1
Highlands 11, Coquitlam 8
Little Mountain 12, Layritz 3

Day 6 (Thursday, July 25):
Hastings Community 9, Trail 0
Dunbar 3, Coquitlam 2
Little Mountain 11, Highlands 2

Day 7 (Friday, July 26):
Coquitlam 7, Layritz 6 (8 innings)
Hastings Community 4, Highlands 0
Little Mountain 4, Dunbar 1


Standings

W

L

Runs
Allowed
Hastings Community 4 2 12
Dunbar 4 2 15
Little Mountain 4 2 24
Coquitlam 4 2 37
Highlands 2 4 48
Trail 2 4 42
Layritz 1 5 47

The top four teams advance to the semifinal round.

Ties are broken based on records in head-to-head competition among tied teams. If a clear winner cannot be determined from head-to-head results, the tie is broken by calculating the ratio of runs allowed to defensive innings played for all teams involved in the tie. The team with the lowest runs-per-defensive-inning ratio advances.

In the event of a tie involving three or more teams, once the initial tie is broken, the remaining tied teams are again compared on head-to-head record to determine if a clear winner can be identified. If no clear winner can be identified from head-to-head results among the remaining tied teams, the runs-per-defensive-inning ratio is again used. This process is repeated until all ties have been broken.

Semifinal Round (Saturday, July 27)

Little Mountain 1, Dunbar 0
Coquitlam 8, Hastings Community 3

British Columbia Championship Game (Sunday, July 28)

Coquitlam 5, Little Mountain 3 (TITLE)

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Ontario Provincial Tournament
Host - Kingston (District 7)
At Veterans Field

Pool 'A' Participants
District 1 Champions High Park (Toronto)
District 3 Champions Port Arthur National (Thunder Bay)
District 5 Champions Windsor South Canadian
District 7 Champions Brockville

Pool 'B' Participants
District 2 Champions Ottawa West
District 6 Champions South Ottawa
District 8 Champions Perth
Host League Kingston

Tournament Results:

Pool 'A' Bracket

Round 1 (Saturday, July 20):
Brockville 5, Port Arthur National 3
High Park 16, Windsor South Canadian 1

Round 2 (Sunday, July 21):
Brockville 11, Windsor South Canadian 3
High Park 10, Port Arthur National 2

Round 3 (Monday, July 22):
Port Arthur National 19, Windsor South Canadian 5
High Park 15, Brockville 5

Pool 'B' Bracket

Round 1 (Saturday, July 20):
Ottawa West 10, South Ottawa 9
Kingston 15, Perth 5

Round 2 (Sunday, July 21):
South Ottawa 14, Kingston 13
Ottawa West 16, Perth 1

Round 3 (Monday, July 22):
Ottawa West 10, Kingston 6
South Ottawa 13, Perth 3


Pool 'A' Standings

W

L

Runs
Allowed
High Park 3 0 8
Brockville 2 1 21
Port Arthur National 1 2 20
Windsor South Canadian 0 3 46


Pool 'B' Standings

W

L

Runs
Allowed
Ottawa West 3 0 16
South Ottawa 2 1 26
Kingston 1 2 29
Perth 0 3 44

The top two teams in each pool advance to the semifinal round.

Ties are broken based on records in head-to-head competition among tied teams. If a clear winner cannot be determined from head-to-head results, the tie is broken by calculating the runs allowed ratio for all teams involved in the tie. Runs allowed ratio is calculated by dividing the total number of runs allowed in all games by six. (The runs allowed are divided by six irrespective of the actual number of defensive innings a team played.) The team or with the lowest runs allowed ratio advances. If the tied teams are competing for multiple spots in the tournament's next phase, all ties are broken based on runs allowed ratio.

Semifinal Round (Tuesday, July 23)

High Park 6, South Ottawa 1
Ottawa West 12, Brockville 4

Ontario Provincial Championship Game (Wednesday, July 24)

Ottawa West 9, High Park 8 (TITLE)

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Prairie Provinces Divisional Tournament
Host - Moose Jaw (District 1)
At Bell Park

Tournament Results:

Format: Round robin tournament, with the all tournament participants advancing to the divisional finals. Round robin results are used to seed teams into specific bracket positions.

Round Robin Results:

(Tournament Participants: Moose Jaw, North Regina, and Regina Kiwanis National)

Day 1 (Wednesday, July 10):
Moose Jaw 13, Regina Kiwanis National 3 (5 innings)

Day 2 (Thursday, July 11):
North Regina 5, Regina Kiwanis National 3

Day 3 (Friday, July 12):
North Regina 11, Moose Jaw 6


Standings

W

L

Runs
Allowed
North Regina 2 0 9
Moose Jaw 1 1 14
Regina Kiwanis National 0 2 18

All tournament participants advance to the divisional finals. Round robin results are used to seed teams into specific bracket positions.

Ties are broken based on records in head-to-head competition among tied teams. If a clear winner cannot be determined from head-to-head results, the tie is broken by calculating the runs allowed ratio for all teams involved in the tie. Runs allowed ratio is calculated by dividing the total number of runs allowed in all games by six. (The runs allowed are divided by six irrespective of the actual number of defensive innings a team played.) The team or with the lowest runs allowed ratio advances. If the tied teams are competing for multiple spots in the tournament's next phase, all ties are broken based on runs allowed ratio.

Divisional Finals

Opening Round:
Moose Jaw 20, Regina Kiwanis National 0 (4 innings)

Winner's Bracket Final:
Moose Jaw 20, North Regina 10 (5 innings)

Elimination Bracket Final:
North Regina 16, Regina Kiwanis National 3 (elim.)

Championship Game:
Moose Jaw 11, North Regina 1 (5 innings; TITLE)

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