Further to the provincial announcements over the last couple of weeks related to Stage 3 and increases to mass gathering numbers, the OASA has updated its Return to Play Guidelines ( https://oasa.ca/documents/policies/OASA-RTPGuidelines20200731.pdf ). We have received further clarification regarding the bubbles of 50 and 100 spectators allowed at outdoor sports events. The 50 refers only to all players that are on all teams that can play against each other. The 100 spectators refers to all others at the facility at a time (coaches, umpires, scorekeepers, spectators, staff). Due to these numbers we likely will enforce restrictions on how many spectators will be allowed to attend games. Stage 3 link ( https://files.ontario.ca/mof-framework-reopening-province-stage-3-en-2020-07-13.pdf ).
OASA is in the process of finalizing details around holding U14, U16 and U19 provincial tournaments with all teams and hosts. Tara will be hosting our U14’s on Aug 29-30. Wilmot New Hamburg will be hosting our U16’s Aug 22-23. Woodstock will be our host location for the U19’s on Sept 5-6.
If there are still teams or leagues looking for OASA insurance coverage please reach out Garry Waugh, OASA Insurance Coordinator.
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.
The OASA welcomes all returning and new teams for the upcoming 2020 season. The following link (2020 OASA Welcome Package) will provide you with an overview of our objectives for the coming year along with information about rule changes, insurance coverage, tournaments and awards that are annually presented. Please be sure to share this info with the appropriate individuals within your associations and teams.
The OASA welcome all Associations and teams to advertise their own tournaments with us. Please send all information regarding your tournament to firstname.lastname@example.org