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The Mets beat the Twins 3-2 in extra innings at Lajoie Field on Saturday, June 8th to win the Nashua Little League Majors Championship. In the deciding game, the Mets were led by Mario Ramirez on the mound. Ramirez also hit the game winning, walk off single that scored Ben Kelly to secure the victory. Key defensive stops by Brian Keefe, Aidan Rocheville and Connor McGowan, along with aggressive base running from Nick Dias helped to secure the win for the Mets. Sam Woodward pitched two strong innings in relief to close out the victory. In the game, and throughout the season, the Mets received key contributions from Luis Santana, Peter Fraser, Matt Shaw, Louis Ortiz and Alex Egbuonu.
The Twins, who were led by Grant McCubrey, Taylor Joyal and Carter Provost, battled throughout a tight game and a competitive playoff series.
The Mets were coached by Brian McGowan, Thom Kelly and Jeff Woodward.
The Little League World Series is an annual baseball tournament for children aged 11 to 13 years old.
First held in 1947, the event takes place every August in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Originally called the National Little League Tournament, the competition was renamed for the World Series of Major League Baseball. Initially, only teams from the U.S. competed in the Series but it has since become a worldwide tournament. In 1976, the event was split into two brackets: United States and International. Prior to 2001, the tournament was comprised of eight teams – four from the U.S. and four international [Canada, Latin America, Europe, Far East]. Starting in 2001, the number of teams doubled. The U.S. side is made up of eight regions, while the International bracket now includes champions from Japan, Latin America, Mexico, Europe/Africa, Caribbean, Canada, Australia and Asia Pacific/Middle East.
GREATER NASHUA LITTLE LEAGUE IS THE ONLY LEAGUE IN NASHUA WHICH GIVES YOUR CHILD THE OPPORTUNITY TO PLAY IN THE LITTLE LEAGUE WORLD SERIES
In an effort to help all of our scorekeeping volunteers improve their skills, you can now view Scorekeeping 101, which is an introduction to baseball scorekeeping, and Rule 10.00, which is an in-depth look at the scorekeeping requirements for Little League Baseball.
Both of these tools can be viewed on the “Documents” page, located under “Media” in the menu at the top of the page.