F.R Feaver Memorial Trophy

The F. R. Feaver Memorial Trophy was first introduced in 1972 and is awarded annually in memory of Frank Feaver who was the OASA Secretary from 1943 to 1956. Frank’s dedication, service and devotion played a major role in the expansion and development of the game of softball. The award is presented to a player, official or officer of any league or association who, in the opinion of the Feaver Awards Committee, has made an outstanding contribution to the game of softball.

Past Winners:
1972 Dick Hames, London 1998 Ron Taylor, Havelock
1973 George Thomas, Simcoe 1999 Cliff Belch, Belleville
1974 Andy Davidson, Stratford 2000 Norm Fraser, North York
1975 Max Scheff, Willowdale 2001 Peter Handley, North Bay
1976 John Brady, Oshawa 2002 Al Whitfield, Strathcona
1977 Leroy Pickard, St. Catharines 2003 Ken Leonard, Oshawa
1978 John Edwards, Jarvis 2004 Bernie Beauregard, Orleans
1979 Bill Jacko, North Bay 2005 Cliff Dunkeld, Stouffville
1980 Roger Bauder, Verona 2006 Sylvia Ryan, Whitby
1981 Bill Topping, St. Thomas 2007 Bill O’Neill, Cobourg
1982 Gordon Martin, Binbrook 2008 Bob Whitfield, Bath
1983 Keith Fleming, Oshawa 2009 Mary Myers, Gormley
1984 Don Prescott, Little Current 2010 John Mather, Oshawa
1985 Vin Walker, Oshawa 2011 Al Harrison, Wingham
1986 Bill Cleland, St. Catharines 2012 Gene Rouselle, St. Catharines
1987 Layton Dodge, Cobourg 2013 Robert Abbot, Huntsville
1988 Bill Martin, Simcoe 2014 Gary Wren, St. Thomas
1989 Gord Ferguson, East York 2015 Dave Reynolds, Napanee
1990 Bill Shaw, Belleville 2016 Mike Goodridge, Port Dover
1992 Roger Stewart, Grimsby 2017 Garry Waugh, Woodstock
1993 Dick Turpin, Cobourg 2018 Bill Simpson, Owen Sound
1994 Don Smith, Caledonia 2019 Keith Wagler, Tavistock
1995 Harold Godfrey, Fenelon Falls 2020 Scott Searle, Ottawa
1996 Wayne Venning, Port Perry 2021 George Ryder, Port Dover
1997 Frank Bender, Orleans 2022 Hub Fehrman, Caledonia
2023 Karen Mills, Napanee