February 25, 2015

Sign Up Info

Registration and tryouts this weekend. Saturday hours have been extended from 10:00 am-4:00 pm due to weather forecast for Sunday. If your child needs to tryout make every attempt to come on Saturday. Sunday hours remain 1:00-4:00pm. Signups at ball field above concession stand. Thanks

Sponsorship Information

Please support Clarksville National Little League by advertising your business on our fields.
      *One 3’ x 5’ metal sign is $225.00 the first year,   $125.00 yearly renewal.
    * 3 metal signs for $550.00 first year,  $275.00 yearly renewal.
    *Pennant shaped sign that hangs from our light poles. They are $150.00 first year,  $80.00 renewal.
     *3 pennants for $375 first year and $180 renewal.
    *Team sponsor $250, (name of business on back of players shirts)
     *Advertise on our website for $200.00 year.
Design your own logo or use an existing business card.  Please remember, your support also goes to maintaining and improving our fields, purchasing needed equipment and supporting under-privileged children.  We couldn’t do this without the support of our community.
Thank you for your consideration and support
Please contact Carol Neal at 931-378-2565 or email irish1991@charter.net

February 18, 2015

Signups and Tryouts Postponed

With the lovely snow that we have finally received, tryouts/signups are being postponed until Saturday February 28 and Sunday March 1 at the same times and same place.

February 09, 2015

Early Sign Up and Tryout Information

Early signups will be February 10 and February 12 from 5:30 to 7:30 at Pages Sporting Goods on Riverside Drive.

Signups and Tryouts will be February 21st from 10:00 to 2:00 and February 22 from 1:00 to 4:00 at CNLL.

If you are moving up to the next division or have never played at Clarksville National, you will need to try out on one of these two days.

January 23, 2015


Anyone interested in coaching for Clarksville National Little League should attend this upcoming meeting.

DATE:                  February 7, 2015
TIME:                  8:00 am
LOCATION:       CEMC-41-A Bypass

July 19, 2014

State Tournament Central!

South Nashville repeats as Tennessee LL champions!
Read more at clarksvillesportsnetwork.com

Complete news coverage of every game, including articles and photo galleries, go to Clarksvillesportsnetwork.com.  In addition to the news articles and photos, there is a section called "Purchase Photos" that has dozens of photos of each game which are available for purchase.  

 Still Images of Field 1 (Compliments of Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation)  For streaming video, click the "Field 1" tab at the top of the page. 

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July 13, 2014


Clarksville National Little League is honored to be the host site for the 2014 12 Year Old State Tournament.  We are looking forward to the teams arriving to our complex on Friday or Saturday of this week.  Coaches and Parents, look to the right side of the page and there is information to help your decisions for accommodations. 

We will be hosting a Home Run Derby on Friday Night for the teams involved.  Each team will enter 2 players for the team they will represent for the derby. 

Good Luck and we will see you this weekend!!

July 12, 2014


The 12 Blue team exploded for 8 runs in the first inning and never looked back on Saturday Night against Northwest.  The team ended the game with 24 hits in the 22-0 game.  Five of the guys had home runs, Durrett McKay, Gavin Hams, Anthony Patterson, Jace Coakley and Dylan Cottrell, which happened to be his first ever and was also a Grand Slam. 
Noah Gallagher pitched the 4 inning complete game striking out 9 and only allowing 1 hit.

We are so proud of the accomplishments of this team during the district tournament.  Offensively the team produced 46 runs of of 48 hits.  Defensively, the 12 Blue pitchers combined facing only 50 opposing batters, striking out 32 and allowing only 4 hits. 

Next up for the 12 Blue is the state tournament beginning on July 19 at our field.  Clarksville National will play Sunday July 20 at 4 pm.

Congrats to all the All Star teams from this great season

It takes 2 games, but 9 Blue are District Champs

9 Blue continued Clarksville National Little League’s winning tradition Friday night claiming the district 9 title with a 17-10 victory over Burns.  CNLL and Burns each brought one loss to the championship game;  CNLL had knocked Burns into the loser’s bracket on Tuesday,  but Burns battled its way out and beat CNLL Thursday.  With the district championship on the line, CNLL unloaded on Burns with 16 hits and claimed a 17-10 victory.  

The Blue team led 4-3 after 2 innings, and Burns was the home team in the contest.  CNLL was unable to plate a run in the third inning, and Burns scored 5 to go ahead 8-4.  But in the top of the 4th, the Blue team answered the bell with 5 runs of its own, and regained a narrow 9-8 lead.  Still leading 9-8 in the top of the 5th, Eli Burchett blasted a 3 run homer straight over the center field fence of Eddie Page Field to increase the lead to 12-8.  But Burns would not go quietly, and punched back with a 2 run homer of its own in the bottom of the 5th.  CNLL sealed the game in the top of the sixth inning, plating 5 runs and putting the game out of reach before Burns had a chance to bat.  

The contest saw CNLL out hit Burns 16-9 and walk only 3 batters Friday night.  Jay Watson started the game on the mound for Big Blue, and Eli Burchett closed out the contest.  

This District 9 championship marks the third consecutive for this group of young men.  Congratulations to Cal McKay, Brody Lanham, Ryan Piasecki, Eli Burchett, Logan Peay, Jay Watson, Layton Trice, Chipper Harris, Brent Wisdom, Miles Hedrick, Cooper Wallace, and Laine Welch.