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(April 2023) -- Australian leagues are set to begin state tournament competition around the Southland this month, with leagues aiming to qualify for the the Australian Region tournament in early June. With tournament action set to kick off, we've begun our coverage of this year's Australian Region tournament -- follow the link to see state and region tournament results. 2023 marks our 27th season covering the world's greatest sporting event, and as in the past we will bring you stem-to-stern coverage of games around the globe as we determine the field for this year's Little League World Series.
Japanese tournament games will begin in late April, while U.S. and Canadian leagues will begin tournament play in late June.
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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 today, Australia ranks third in participation level among countries affiliated with Little League Baseball.
In the initial years of Australia's affiliation with Little League Baseball, Australia's national champion advanced to the Asia-Pacific Region tournament. Hills North Little League from New South Wales won the country's inaugural national tournament in 2008, defeating Adelaide Southern Districts Little League, 3-2, in the championship game.
Australia's champion continued to advance to the Asia-Pacific Region tournament through the 2012 tournament season. Since 2013, 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, 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.
Click for an overview of the structure of Little League Baseball in Australia.
|Australian Region||Mid-Atlantic Region||Northwest Region|
|Canadian Region||Midwest Region||Southeast Region|
|Great Lakes Region||Mountain Region||Southwest Region|
|Japanese Region||New England Region||West Region|
|Connecticut||Massachusetts||Texas (East and West)|
|District of Columbia||Minnesota||Washington|
|Central Region||Southern Region||Western Region|
|Region 1||Region 4||Region 7|
|Region 2||Region 5||Region 8|
|Region 3||Region 6|