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Oakville Whitecaps Headed to Canadian Little League Championship in Calgary as Ontario Intermediate Champs
The 13-under Oakville Whitecaps will represent Ontario in the 2016 Little League Intermediate Canadian Championship Tournament being held July 20th-28th in Calgary, Alberta. The Whitecaps will compete against teams from across Canada for the right to represent Canada at the Little League Intermediate World Series in Livermore, California. Acclaimed as the 2016 Ontario Intermediate Champion in June, the team received its official banner and championship pins during the 2016 Canada Day Classic tournament hosted July 1st-3rd by Oakville Little League.
Team manager Nick Rigato led the 14U Whitecaps to the Canadian championships in 2014. In 2015, he was able to advance to the 2015 Junior League World Series in Taylor, Michigan where the Whitecaps faced teams from all around the world. “Having been there before and knowing what an incredible experience it is for the players, I’m thrilled that our 13U team will have this opportunity,” said Rigato.
The Oakville Whitecaps are an All-Star team selected from Oakville Little League house league players. The Whitecaps All-Star teams are a part of Oakville Little League which has provided the youth of Oakville with opportunities to develop citizenship, discipline, teamwork, and physical well-being through baseball since 1992. For more information on Oakville Little League and the Whitecaps All-Star program, please visit www.ollb.org.
The 13-under Oakville Whitecaps will represent Ontario in the 2016 Little League Intermediate Canadian Championship Tournament being held July 20th-28th in Calgary, Alberta. The Whitecaps will compete against teams from across Canada for the right to represent Canada at the Little League Intermediate World Series in Livermore, California.
Acclaimed as the 2016 Ontario Intermediate Champion in June, the team received its official banner and championship pins during the 2016 Canada Day Classic tournament hosted July 1st-3rd by Oakville Little League. 

Team manager Nick Rigato led the 14U Whitecaps to the Canadian championships in 2014. In 2015, he was able to advance to the 2015 Junior League World Series in Taylor, Michigan where the Whitecaps faced teams from all around the world. “Having been there before and knowing what an incredible experience it is for the players, I’m thrilled that our 13U team will have this opportunity,” said Rigato.  

"We are very proud of our Whitecaps program" said Aldon Johnson (AJ) Director of the Whitecaps program. We have raised the bar within our All-Star and Select program which has allowed some of these teams to have very succesful All-Star and Select seasons. Our program is formed out of our grass roots house league program which is the basis of Oakville Little League. Our house league program is what generates the players we see at the Select and All-Star level says AJ. 

The Whitecaps All-Star teams are a part of Oakville Little League which provides the youth of Oakville with opportunities to develop citizenship, discipline, teamwork, and physical well-being through baseball since 1992.

For more information on Oakville Little League and the Whitecaps All-Star program, please visit www.ollb.org.


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Adam Fedoruk 2016 Bursary Application Information

Adam Fedoruk Bursary Application Information

Oakville Little League is pleased to publish the 4th Annual Adam Fedoruk Bursary Application.

The Adam Fedoruk bursary has been developed in memory of Adam who was a young baseball player in Oakville Little League (OLL) that lost his life in a house fire in 1998. Every year since Adam passed away, OLL has run a tournament in Adam’s memory called the Adam Fedoruk Memorial CAN/AM Tournament.

The Adam Fedoruk bursary will be granted to recognize an outstanding individual who exemplifies the same qualities that Adam exemplified as an individual and an athlete.

This bursary will be awarded to a player who has played in OLL for the previous three (3) years and is enrolled in our Senior or Big League divisions. The player must be attending a post-secondary institution during the upcoming year.

To access the application document which contains all of the informaiton required to submit an application, please click here.


 
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Oakville Little League 2016 Season Update
Welcome back for another great season of Oakville Little League baseball! While it may seem like the start of the 2016 season is still months away, we are actually less than 2 weeks away from our next scheduled player evaluation event, 3 weeks away from Major League baseball’s pitchers and catchers reporting and 4 weeks away from the first Spring Training games. So as we did last year we wanted to provide you with an update on several key dates and changes for the 2016 season. Please read this email in its entirety and we recommend you retain a copy of it for reference through-out the season. In addition to new information on the 2016 Season there is some information that has been previously emailed to you.

Oakville Little League 2016 Season Update


W
elcome back for another great season of Oakville Little League baseball!

While it may seem like the start of the 2016 season is still months away. We are actually less than 2 weeks away from our next scheduled player evaluation event, 3 weeks away from Major League baseball’s pitchers and catchers reporting and 4 weeks away from the first Spring Training games.

So as we did last year we wanted to provide you with an update on several key dates and changes for the 2016 season.

Please read this email in its entirety and we recommend you retain a copy of it for reference through-out the season.

In addition to new information on the 2016 Season there is some information that has been previously emailed to you. To read the entire Newsletter, please click here.



 

 

2016 Canada Day Classic Results

 

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An Open Invitation to all Little League Junior, SOBA & OBA ‘A’ Bantam Baseball Team Managers and Coaches
On behalf of Oakville Little League we would like to invite you to play in the 3rd annual Canada Day Classic Tournament June 26th to June 28th.
Our expectation at Oakville Little League is that the Canada Day Classic will become one of the premiere baseball tournaments in Southern Ontario.  Oakville Little League recognizes the need for an elite and competitive tournament for players aged 15U.  Game MVP’s will be recognized for their sportsmanship, team play, and display of skill.  The tournament champion will receive a trophy to keep that they can bring back to their home association.
The tournament is open to all Little League Junior, SOBA and OBA ’A’ Bantam teams or lower.  Teams from across Ontario, Western New York and Michigan, regardless of national affiliation are welcome to apply. Our hope is to provide the highest level of competition in a fun, friendly and family-oriented setting.   Any teams with players born prior to 2000 are not eligible.  We look forward to hosting up to 16 teams.  Last season we filled up very early.  Don’t delay if you are looking for a great tournament.
The tournament is played in Oakville, Ontario. Oakville is located on the shores of Lake Ontario and conveniently situated on the QEW Highway.  We are less than 30-minutes west of downtown Toronto and just 45 minutes from the United States border crossing at Lewiston, New York.
The Tournament format is as follows:
• All teams are guaranteed to play three (3) games
• Each team will play their first game on Friday
• Teams will play down in their respective pools.  Top teams will advance to the semi-final round.
• Semi-Final & Championship Game will be played on Sunday.
• Maximum number of games will be five (5).
If you are not a local team and are travelling a distance we encourage you to use the Holiday Inn & Suites Oakville @ Bronte as your hotel of choice. A limited number of rooms have been blocked off at a discounted price for tournament teams.  For more information, please visit our website www.ollb.org
If you are interested in registering for this tournament, please download and complete the registration form and send it to Oakville Little League as soon as possible. To access the form, please visit our website www.ollb.org
Deadline for registration is June 7th, 2015.
If you have any questions contact us via email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
We are looking forward to hosting you at The Canada Day Classic Tournament.
Sincerely,
Nick Rigato
Tournament Chairman
OLLB Fieldhouse 905-827-1831
Cell 416-459-2423
Fax 289-295-0278
www.ollb.org
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Brampton Royals capture the 2016 Canada Day Classic


The 2016 Canada Day Classic kicked off on Friday, July 1st when most Canadians were celebrating Canada Day. In Oakville, the only sporting activity that you could find in the town was the Oakville Little league Canada Day Classic. The tournament had twelve teams participating from around the Province for the right to get to Championship Day. 

Friday was a day full of all kinds of weather including short spurts of rain, sun and strong winds. This did not stop the event from getting underway with all twelve teams competing. Saturday was moving day in baseball where the teams who started off with a loss in the tournament needed to get back on track with a chance to win two games on Saturday. 

The league had plenty of volunteer help for the weekend to show the teams a great experience in Oakville. The teams had a chance to have thier games announced and music played in between innings to get the teams pumped up. 

All in all, the weekend tournament was a huge success thanks to our volunteers, umpires and all of the well behaved teams who came out to compete for the weekend.

The Semi-Finals on Sunday morning had the host team Oakville Whitecaps taking on the Brampton Royals at River Oaks North. The Brampton Royals defeated the Oakville Whitecaps to advance to the finals against the winner of the other semi-finals at Glen Abbey.

At Glen Abbey, the Mississauga Majors took on the Sudbury Shamrocks in what turned out to be a tough defensive battle as both teams were locked at 5 runs each heading into the sixth inning. Mississauge proved to be just a little bit stronger as they took the lead in the sixth and never looked back setting up for a great final between Mississauga Majors and the Brampton Royals.

The finals between Brampton and Mississauge was a good one and at the end of the game, Brampton put up a few more runs than Mississauge and won the game and tournament.

Congratulations to the Brampton Royals for taking the title of 2016 Canada Classic Champions. Thanks to all of the twelve teams for supporting this great tournament and we hope to see your organizations back in 2017.



 


 

 

Oakville Little League Overview


Oakville Little League runs a youth baseball program based on a house league grass roots program for youth between the ages of four and twenty. The house league programs runs from early in May with Opening weekend until early September.

The league has a complimentary All-Star program branded under the Whitecaps banner.This program offers house league players who tryout for the All-Star program an opportunity to play in tournaments at higher level throughout the summer. The league uses miltiple diamonds around the Town of Oakville to deliver our program throughout the summer. Our diamonds are top notch diamonds which are maintained by the Town of Oakville. Our diamonds have always received rave reviews from our membership and visiting teams who come into Oakville to compete in tournaments. 

To view a video tour of the Cornwall Park Baseball diamonds, please click here.



 

 
2016 Season at a Glance

2016 Season at a Glance

 

Welcome back to our returning players and families. A warm welcome from Oakville Little league to our new players and families.Oakville Little League is glad to have you onboard for the season.


We have put together a Season at a Glance 2016 Calander which we hope will help you prepare for the season.

To view the 2016 Season at a Glance Calendar, please click here.

To view the 2016 Game Days Of Week, please click here.



 

 

 

 

 

 
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Join the Oakville Little League Team – Become a Volunteer!

Oakville Little League prides itself on running the league solely on volunteers who are committed to making a difference for our young athletes. Throughout the summer, we run many events require adult and teenage volunteers.

For high school students, this is a great opportunity to accumulate community hours. Why not come down to the diamonds and volunteer for a couple of hours and then watch some great baseball at the same time.

We are also looking for interested adults who want to offer their skills and experience to our league. We are particularly looking people with fund-raising expertise who can join our team. Whether you can dedicate a couple of hours a week, or volunteer on a more permanent basis, we’d love to hear from you.

Coaches: We are always looking for people who enjoy working with kids and teaching them the game of baseball, and imparting the life skills of the game to our players. Perhaps you have been out of the game for a while and want to get back into it, or you are someone who has just finished playing baseball and you want to give back to baseball. 

Let us know if you want to be a part of OLL as a Coach. If you are interested in becoming a part of Oakville Little League, please send an email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or call us at  905-827-1831.

Your support of our league will be greatly appreciated.