Further to meetings over the last few weeks, we have updated our Return to Play Guidelines and announced revised key dates regarding affiliation. Please see the full announcement by following this link. Please see the Return to Play Guidelines by following this link.
July 1st – all teams from U14 and up to submit their affiliation information
July 7th – OASA will announce how many teams have affiliated in each age group and the proposed format for each (tournament or play downs)
July 15th – all fees to be paid in full
OASA is beginning to resume our activities effective June 15th by starting to accept affiliations and activate insurance subject to certain conditions being met. As the provincial government starts to relax restrictions regionally and as health and medical guidance continues to evolve we will need to review and update our Return to Play (RTP) Guidelines. As per the June 8th provincial government guidance “Outdoor team sports may resume, if physically distanced, for training only and with no scrimmages or games.” This means that teams may start to practice, subject to the limit of 10 persons, as of June 12th. In order to activate OASA insurance coverage teams will need to confirm with Garry Waugh, OASA Insurance Coordinator, that they agree to follow the OASA RTP Guidelines or they have submitted their own to him, either of which they have had approved by their local government / public health unit. Teams and leagues will need to ensure that they have obtained the necessary waivers and declarations. They will be required to provide the OASA with some basic information (information to be supplied by OASA Insurance Coordinator) on all individuals to be covered under the insurance certificate within 30 days of resuming practices / games. Only after receiving confirmation from the OASA will the coverage be activated.
Softball Ontario is providing regular COVID-19 updates that can be viewed by clicking HERE.
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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 email@example.com