OASA is currently making plans for our AGM which will be done virtually. Please see the AGM page for more info ( https://oasa.ca/agms/ ).
For 2020 due to the abnormal year that it has been the OASA has revised the criteria and the due date for scholarship applications. Athletes who played U19 or U23 in 2019 or 2020 will be eligible to apply and the revised due date will be November 1, 2020 for applications to be submitted to the OASA Secretary, Karen Mills. Here is the link to the application form ( https://oasa.ca/documents/awards/2020-OASA-ScholarshipApplicationForm.docx ).
OASA is currently making plans for our AGM which will be done virtually. Stay tuned for updates over the next few weeks.
OASA would like to thank all of the hosts and teams that were able to participate in our provincial tournaments during 2020 under extremely unusual and trying circumstances due to the pandemic. For teams looking to play ball still in 2020 please be aware of the current mass gathering numbers within your area and continue to follow Return to Play Guidelines ( https://oasa.ca/documents/policies/OASA-RTPGuidelines20200731.pdf ).
OASA held U14, U16 and U19 provincial tournaments as follows. U14’s in Tara on Aug 29-30. (U14 draw link)(U14A Results link)(U14B Results link). U16’s in Wilmot New Hamburg Aug 22-23. (U16 draw link)(U16 Results link). U19’s in Drumbo on Sept 5-6. (U19 draw link)(U19A Results link)(U19B Results link). Our Facebook page has tournament scores and we’ll be posting overall standings and game stats here as well.
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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.