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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


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

New
Hall of Fame Banquet
A limited amount of tickets are now available for the Hall of Fame induction, to be held September 24, 2016 at the Galt Curling Club, 1610 Dunbar Road, Cambridge, ON N1R 8C8.
Cocktails at 6 PM with dinner starting at 7 PM.
Tickets are $ 25.00 per person
For tickets contact Garry Waugh, email here or phone 519-537-5835
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AGM Notice
The Ontario Amateur Softball Association invites you to attend its 94th Annual General Meeting:
Saturday, November 26th
Holiday Inn and Suites
3525 Wyecroft Road
Oakville, ON L6L 6P8

Meet Softball oriented people, share your ideas and let us know how we can help you further develop the game in your community. Each affiliated centre is allowed 3 votes at the meeting. For more information, contact Karen Mills, OASA Secretary
613-354-0828
or
Click here to email!
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS
The deadline for submission of proposed Amendments to the OASA Constitution, By-Laws and Operating Rules is September 20, 2016. A member of your organization should be prepared to speak on any proposed change at the Annual General Meeting.

The deadline for submission of Nominations for an Executive position is September 20, 2016.

For forms required, click here!

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