Registration Information

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Registration for Spring 2018 is Now Open


Online Registration Now Open. Click Register Now or go to your Member Login to register.

Player Eligibility

Players are eligible to play for East Nepean Little League if they meet one of the following criteria:

  • The player lives within the boundaries for East Nepean Little League
  • The player lives outside the boundaries but player or a sibling lived within the boundaries of East Nepean and played in the 2017 season.
  • The player lives outside the boundaries but has played yearly without missing a season for East Nepean Little League since moving outside of the boundaries of East Nepean Little League.
  • The player lives outside the boundaries but the player or sibling of the player goes to school within East Nepean Little League boundaries is now eligible.

League Boundries

  • Please refer to this map for league boundries (
    • Starting in the northwest corner, the boundary is described in a counter-clockwise direction as:
    • 1. The northwest corner is in the middle the intersection of Woodroffe Avenue and Baseline Road.
    • 2. The western boundary is a sort of zigzag, running as follows: South along Woodroffe to Knoxdale. West on Knoxdale to Greenbank Road. South on Greenbank to Fallowfield Drive. West along Fallowfield to Moodie Drive. South on Moodie to Brophy Drive. West on Brophy to Eagleson/McCordick Rd. South on McCordick to Century Rd W. West on Century Road West, veering on to Goodstown Road and continuing west in a straight line until it intersects Montague Boundary Road. South on Montague until McKenna Road.
    • 3. The southern boundary runs northeastward from the Montague/McKenna intersection, along McKenna for a while, then along Klondike Road West, and then Klondike Road East to McCordick Road. Then it makes a slight bend and continues straight to the intersection of North Gower Road and Phelan Road West. Follows Phelan West, and then Phelan East, all the way to Rideau Valley Drive North. Turns south on Rideau Valley and runs to Roger Stevens Drive. Follows Roger Stevens until the bridge over the Rideau River.
    • 4. The western boundary runs through the Rideau River, on the east side of Long Island in Manotick and all the way to the train tracks crossing the river underneath Heron Road at Vincent Massey Park.
    • 5. The northern boundary runs from those train tracks westward along Heron and then Baseline Road until it reaches the intersection with Woodroffe Avenue

If you have further questions or wish to verify a player's eligibility, please email our Registrar at:

Age Boundaries & Fees

A player's Little League age is calculated by Little League International's age determination dates. See age chart for more details (Little League International Link)
Click on the division level below for more information about the program. Spring late fee applciable after March 31st.

Division Player Birthdate Spring Fee Summer Fee
(season runs May - August)
Sep 1, 1998 - Aug 31, 2001 $405 -
Senior Sep 1, 2001 - Aug 31, 2003 $220 -
Junior Sep 1, 2003 - Apr 30, 2005 $215 -
Major May 1, 2005 - Aug 31, 2007 $205 -
Minor Sep 1, 2007 - Aug 31, 2009 $205 -
Rookie Sep 1, 2009 - Aug 31, 2012 $165 -
T-Ball Sep 1, 2012 - Aug 31, 2015 $120 -
Challenger All Ages $80 -

For questions to our Registrar, please send an email to:

Tax Receipts

The previous season's tax receipts are available within your bonzi member account.

Refund Policy

Regular Season Refunds 2018

1. Refunds are available to March 31 ONLY.

2. Refunds are subject to a $30.00 administration fee.

3. Refund request email must be made in writing by the parent / guardian, and clearly indicate the reason for withdrawal and emailed to the registrar.

4. If a player is ineligible to play in East Nepean Little League due to boundary issues a full refund will be made.

5. The amount of all refunds will be at the President's discretion.

6. Refund requests must be sent by email to the Registrar at:

Important Summer Information

Important Information, East Nepean Summer Season

Summer baseball is the second half of the East Nepean Baseball Season and runs in July and August. It is an opportunity for players to continue to play and develop, but may also offer a chance to experience interleague play across the city.

East Nepean and most of the other leagues in the city has re-organizing the levels of play. The principle goal of these changes is to better align with the spring season, but is also in response to the dramatic increase in registration across the region. As always, the overall guiding principle of these modifications is to keep children playing baseball - in a safe environment where they can continue to develop.

Minor, Major and Junior, East Nepean will offer three levels of play; All-Star, Canadian and National. At Rookie, Canadian and National levels will be offered. At Senior, the levels offered will depend strongly on the level of summer registrations.

Summer All-Star: This renamed level remains unchanged from the goals of years past. Team selection processes will be announced by the All-Star coaches. Teams at this level will compete in the All-Star division of the D2/D6 summer interlock league and enter the Little League International Tournament. Additional weekend tournaments may be added along with an intense practice schedule.

Canadian Level: We will be entering 1-2 teams (registration dependent) in a redefined D2/D6 competitive Canadian Division. Teams will be selected through a skills evaluation process similar to Spring Sort-Outs, along with input from spring coaches. Teams will play a full D2/D6 interlock schedule against other competitive teams in the region. It is expected that these teams will enter several weekend tournaments and run a full practice schedule. Equal play, position diversity and player development will remain the key focus for our coaches at this level, even if the competitive level is enhanced.

National Level: The National level will continue. Its key focus is player development and fostering a love of the game in an inclusive environment. Every attempt will be made to accommodate ALL registered players. Sort-outs will be used to ensure balanced teams are created. Equal play in a safe fun environment is the focus. Dependent on registration, the goal at this level is to have teams play internally to East Nepean supplemented with some interleague games.

Online Registration

Welcome to Online Registration

Registering online is easy and quick!
Just follow these simple steps:

After clicking the Register Now button to the right, you'll be asked to create a member account if you don't already have one. Simply click the Create a new Bonzi Account tab when asked to log in to the registration system.
After you create your new member account, you'll need to fill out the parent/guardian form with your family information.
Choose the age group for your player, then fill out the player information. After you fill out the player form and click Next, you'll be asked if you want to add more players or to finish registration and pay.
After you've filled in your parent and player information, you'll see your total fees and can choose to pay by debit or credit card online.
Note: No credit card information is EVER stored on our computers and all information is encrypted for your security.
Online Registration
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