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OASA Highlites

Welcome to the OASA Website.
The Ontario Amateur Softball Association has a rich heritage in promoting and fostering male fastball since its formation in 1923. It is a member association of Softball Ontario


Softball Ontario Strategic Plan
The final version of the plan is now available for download:
Click Here!

New
OASA Policies
For a complete listing of Policies for downloading, CLICK HERE!

2017 Affiliation and Waiver forms now available
Click Here!

School Clinic’s
Last year the OASA went into a couple of school’s doing a Springboard type of introduction to the students during their physical education period.
The instructors would go to a school and take over the phys. Ed classes for the day. The students were given instruction in hitting, throwing, catching and fielding. It is a very basic instruction as we only have between 40 minutes and one hour to instruct each class.
The OASA brings instructors, bats, balls, glove and nets used in the instruction of the students. We have top of the line instructors as well as equipment.
If you or your school is interested in the OASA coming into your school giving instruction for the game of softball and to increase the number of participants in your area.
If you are interested or have any questions please contact
Garry Waugh, 519-537-5835 or e-mail by clicking here
 

Hall of Fame Site


To view the site:
Coming Soon
For Photos from the Induction Ceremony 2016,
Click Here!
For Information, Click Here!
New

Coach Training Update
Click here to read about important clinic information!
 
Softball Canada AGM
For motions that were passed at the Softball Canada AGM click here!
Quest for Gold
The OASA is pleased to announce the 2016-2017 Quest for Gold Athlete Nominees.

Click Here for the Final List of Nominees

Click here for the
Athlete Selection Criteria


Tournament 2017
Due to the Canada Summer games there will not be a junior tournament.
The O.A.S.A., P.W.S.A. and Kitchener Softball promotions are working together to put on a tournament.
The junior program will not be put on hold as it would be too hard to get it back, therefore the O.A.S.A. has been working with our partners to produce a quality tournament for the Jr. Male and Female teams that had no tournament to go to.
The tournament is tentatively set for July 6, 7, 8 & 9. Plans are for 8 Male teams & 8 Female teams. We have talked with the other Provinces at the U 21 telling them of our plans. The first four teams in the Provincial “A” tournament will be in this tournament.
There will be a Jr. tournament next year.
We will be passing on more information when it becomes available.

Yours truly,
Garry Waugh

2016 Bat Standards!
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Concussion
Click here to view the OASA Concussion Policy