Bill Little was a part of the BMBA from 1957-1982 and received a jacket for his 25 years of involvement within the BMBA. He was awarded the most prestigious BMBA Trophy, twice received the Ted Lawlor Trophy. He was a committed coach to the Robbins Supertest of Tykes for 10 years, winning the city championship in 1969. He was also a coach to the Brantford Tyke Intercounty Team for 5-6 years and won several Intercounty championships throughout the years. Little was the Intercounty Director, executive member and president. He was also the founding member of the Minor Sports Council. Little was very much involved with the Brantford Junior A Hockey Team and the Paris Legion. He was also the equipment manager and president for the CKPC Braves and committed to helping with the organization of the East Detroit Tournament.