Interleague Play is where a local league from FLD6 plays another league (either from FLD6 or another District). Interleague Play is governed by the District.
Little League Baseball & Softball allows for the ability of each
local league to play other local leagues in their District and even
local leagues in other Districts. When a team from one league plays a
game against a team from another league, this is called Interleague
Play and falls under the jurisdiction of the District in addition to
the Rules and Regulations of Little League.
Prior to any games being played, the leagues who wish to participate in
Interleague Play must fill-out and file the appropriate "Interleague
Play Application" (IPA) with the District Administrator. The District
Administrator must approve the IPA prior to any games being played.
Little League also allows for teams that have participated in
Interleague Play to "combine" their league with another local league
for the purpose of Tournament Play (All-Stars).
- See Interleague Play - Updates by Division
- See Interleague Play - Rules
Printed From: FLD6.org
ARTICLE: Interleague - About FLD6 Interleague Play
March 02, 2011 / Section: Interleague Play (IP)
By Greg Sinadinos