Vision Statement: Our vision includes teaching our players about teamwork in an environment where players want to learn the game of baseball and continuously improve their skills and abilities, to show respect and act in a respectful manner at all times, to incorporate positivity and maximize effort, and enjoy baseball while still competing at a high level.

About Us:

The Cape Breton Ramblers are a rebranded and rebuilt Midget Division and Senior Little League Baseball team located right here on Cape Breton Island.  The team is comprised of the top 15 - 16 year olds from across the island that compete in the Midget Division of Baseball Nova Scotia, as well as, the Senior Division of Little League Canada.  With a new coaching staff and new direction, the Ramblers look to continue with great sportsmanship, competitiveness and hard work as they compete for a Midget Title and Senior Little League Canadian National Championship!


The Ramblers, previously Cape Breton Cubs, were the 2015 Canadian Senior Little League National Champions and went on to represent Canada at the Senior Little League World Series in Bangor, Maine, USA.  It was the first and only time the Cubs were able to win the Canadian Senior Little League National Title.  In 2018, the Ramblers were silver medallists, losing in the National Championship to the host Edmonton Cubs.


We hope you follow along and experience history along side us as we develop baseball in Cape Breton.



Little League Pledge

"I trust in God
I love my country
And will respect its laws
I will play fair
And strive to win
But win or lose
I will always do my best!"

Canadian National Championships:

The Ramblers compete in the Canadian Senior League National Championships alternately hosted every year by a different province. Teams competing every year in this National event include:







British Columbia

The teams will compete in a complete round robin where every team plays each other once.  The top 4 teams with the best record move on to the Semis; From there, the winners advance to the National Championship.  The winner of the Canadian Senior League Championships advance to the Senior League World Series in Easley, South Carolina!

Senior League World Series:

The Senior League World Series is a baseball tournament for children aged 13 to 16 years old that began in 1961. In 2017,  the tournament was moved from Bangor, Maine to Easley, South Carolina.  The teams are placed into two six-team modified-double-elimination brackets based on geography (US and International).


The six United States regions are:


The six International regions are:


The semi-final winners play for the World Series championship, televised on a network of ESPN. All semi-final and championship matches are single-elimination games.