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
Nomination and Amendment to the Constitution, Bylaw and
Rule Change forms must be in the hands of the OASA
Secretary by September 20, 2014 to be voted on at our
Annual General Meeting in November.
Forms can be found
by clicking here!
working under its long term player development
initiative is looking to run clinics through out the
province of Ontario.
We are looking
for hosts for these clinics.
The clinics will be held during March and April.
Softball Canada 2015-18 Strategic Plan Survey
Softball Canada would like to ask all of its members to
please take the time to answer the following survey
about our 2015-18 Strategic Plan. Your input will be
considered and would be most appreciated as we develop
our new strategic plan. Thank you!
Click here to access the 2015-18 Strategic Plan Survey
Softball Ontario, Kitchener Waterloo Minor Boys Softball
Association and Micksburg Twins Softball Association are
hosting two (2) U10@Play events in the summer of 2014.
here for details!
2014 OASA Masters Provincial Championship
The 2014 “Jack Cook” OASA Masters “A” & “B” Provincial
Championship will take place July 18-20 at the Cambridge
Sports Park in Cambridge Ontario located at 1001
The Host Hotel will once again be the Residence &
Conference Center, rooms are $89.95 per night.
The hotel is located at 99 Conestoga Blvd, Kitchener
Waterloo right at the 401 and Homer Watson Blvd.
Contact Martha Wallace email@example.com or phone
519-895-2272 ext. 713 to reserve your rooms.
The OASA encourages all teams to stay at the host hotel
as they make a contribution to the OASA Scholarship
Two new awards will be handed out at this year’s OASA
Masters Championship. The George Ryder award will be
given to the Most Valuable Player in the A division, the
Bob Abbot award will be given to the Most Valuable
Pitcher in the B division. Existing awards that will
also be given out are the Cliff Belch award, Most
Valuable Pitcher in the A division and the Jack Cook
Award given out to a player, manager, or coach in the A
or B division who displays leadership, skill and
sportsmanship on and off the field.
Teams are reminded that the Affiliation deadline is June
10th., you need to get your $350 affiliation/entry fees
in by this date.
Affiliation Form : http://www.oasa.ca/forms/affiliationform.pdf
Any questions contact OASA Registrar Mary Myles :
Please get your team registration/roster to Mary Myles
by July 1st.
All contact info and necessary forms are available on
the OASA website. http://www.oasa.ca/
Two berths to the newly created Canadian Masters
Championship will be up for grabs at this year’s OASA
Softball Canada has added a special Masters Division to
help celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Sr. Men’s
Canadian Fast Pitch Championship. The dates for the
Canadian Masters Championship are Aug. 28-31 in
The Ontario Amateur Softball Association is pleased to
welcome the Ontario Masters Fastball Hall of Fame to our
Provincial Masters Championship. The OASA is not
directly affiliated with the Ontario Masters Fastball
Hall of Fame but supports their cause.
The Ontario Masters Fastball Hall of Fame will hold
their induction ceremony during the OASA Masters
The following 5 people have been elected to the OMF Hall
of Fame, Doug Charlton, Ewart Timlin, Sam Forbes, Wayne
Wells and Darren Zack.
If you have any questions please contact Tournament
Director Mike Goodridge.
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2014 Constitution - Click Here
2014 By-Laws - Click Here
2014 Constitution, Vision and By-Laws -
2014 Operating Rules and Rule Variation Chart -
2013-2014 Quest for Gold – Ontario Athlete
Final List of Ontario Card Nominations Announced!
The Ontario Amateur Softball Association (OASA) is pleased
to announce the final list of athletes who have been
nominated for Ontario Cards under the 2013-2014 Quest for
Gold - Ontario Athlete Assistance Program (OAAP). The
athletes nominated were selected using the sport specific
selection criteria developed by the Ontario Amateur Softball
Association (OASA) and approved by its Board of Directors
and applied by (the) Selection Committee.
On behalf of all of the above noted athletes the Ontario
Amateur Softball Association would like to thank the
Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport for the continued
opportunities and support for the Quest for Gold program
that provides funding for our athletes to develop and excel
in their chosen sport
Softball Ontario/OASA is
pleased to provide the Selection Criteria, which can be seen by
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