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The 2015 Little League Ontario Major Provincial Championship


OAKVILLE, Ont. – The 2015 Ontario Little League Ontario Major Provincials have been underway for two days and the energy and excitment at Cornwall Park has been awesome. All teams were greeted on Sunday night with a Player and Coach Meet & Greet compliments of Oakville Little League. Day one saw three games being played throughout the day. There was some great action in all three games. The weather was fantastic and everyone seemed to enjoy the day. Opening Ceremonies began at 4PM with a parade of all teams led by a 10 piece bag piper band, Legion Colours, our honarary chairman and Town Mayor, Rob Burton followed by specials guests, our younger aspiring Whitecaps,volunteers and the seven competing teams.

The evening ended with a wonderful banquet for the players and coaches which was held at Le Dome Banquet Hall. Feedback form everyone was nothing but positive on the food, the service and the excitment that the players had waiting to see if they would be the winner of one of the many raffle prizes donated by Doherty Engineering, Corbetts Source for Sports and Panera Bread. 

The tournament resumed on Tuesday with three games which saw the High Park Braves defeating the Brockville Braves, the Oakville Whitecaps defeating the Port Arthur Nationals and Windsor West defeating Timmins Lynx.

Wednesday's match ups featured the Port Arthur Nationals taking on the South Ottawa Blues. The summer heat was intense but the players battled hard throughout the game. The Port Arthur Nationals defeated the Blues 7-0. The eraly evening game had Windsor West taking on the Brockville Braves. The Brovkville Braves demonstrated the utmost class that has ever been shown in a baseball game by lending their bats to Windsor West when they were at bat. The tournament organizers and fans were impressed to see how respectful the Braves were especially during the game. Windsor West were eliminated from the tournament with a 11-0 loss.

Today is another big day at Cornwall Park. The early game features the host Whitecaps taking on the High Park Braves. Game time is 3:30PM. The final game of the day will feature the Port Arthur Nationals taking on the Brockville Braves. Game time is 6:30PM.

For more information and Live Scoring, please vist our tournament web site by clicking here.

To read articles that have been posted on the Inside Halton Web Site, please click on the two links below.

Inside Halton Article #1 - Oakville Whitecaps Cruise Past Timmins Lynx

Inside Halton Article # 2 - High Park, Windsor West, Host Whitecaps winners of Day 2 of Little League Major Provincials

Inside Halton Article # 3 - High Park, Port Arthur winners of Day 4 if Little League Major Provincials

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oakville Whitecaps Minors defeat High Park to win the

2015 Ontario Little League Minor Districts

 

 

Last week the Minor District Championships were hosted by Ancaster Little League. The tournament was a five team double knock out. The Oakville Whitecaps got out to a great start with a big 1st game win over the High Park Braves 10-7. Every player contributed to the win which gave Oakville some great momentum. The Whitecaps took on Erindale in Game 2 and won in extra innings. Erindale tied the game in the bottom of the sixth but Oakville broke it wide open in the top of 7 and won 13-7
Game 3 was against High Park and it was a very tight game with some great pitching from both sides. High Park won the game 3-0 and forced the “If Necessary” game for the District title
The finals was a back and forth game with lots of hits. Oakville was down early but came roaring back in the 5th inning. At the end of 5, Oakville was leading by one run 11-10 going into the top of the sixth.
Oakville scored 10 runs in the sixth inning and defeated the High Park Braves 21-10 to win the District 1 Championship.
Please join me in welcoming and congratulating your Minor District 1 Champions, the Oakville Whitecaps

Last week the Minor District Championships were hosted by Ancaster Little League. The tournament was a five team double knock out. The Oakville Whitecaps got out to a great start with a big 1st game win over the High Park Braves 10-7. Every player contributed to the win which gave Oakville some great momentum.

The Whitecaps took on Erindale in Game 2 and won in extra innings. Erindale tied the game in the bottom of the sixth but Oakville broke it wide open in the top of 7 and won 13-7Game 3 was against High Park and it was a very tight game with some great pitching from both sides. High Park won the game 3-0 and forced the “If Necessary” game for the District title.

The finals was a back and forth game with lots of hits. Oakville was down early but came roaring back in the 5th inning. At the end of 5, Oakville was leading by one run 11-10 going into the top of the sixth.

Oakville scored 10 runs in the sixth inning and defeated the High Park Braves 21-10 to win the District 1 Championship.

Congratulations to our Whitecaps who advance to the Minor Provncial Championships in Brockville Ontario. Best of luck form everyone at Oakville Little League

 

To read the article from Inside halton, please click here.

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2015 Whitecaps Tournament Schedule PDF Print E-mail
Oakville Whitecaps Tournament Schedule
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The 2015 Whitecaps tournament season is underway. The league has put together tournament teams at the 7U, 8U, 9U, 10U, 11U, 12U, 14U & 16U levels. There is much excitment this year as last year there was a lot of success with two of our teams advancing to the Canadians.

This year, the league is hosting the 2015 Ontario Little League Major Provincials which is scheduled for July 26th - August 1st. Be sure to drop down to Cornwall Park during that time and see an electrifying atmosphere and some great 12U Provincial baseball

Teams will be cometing to advance to the Canadians in East Nepean followed by the Little League World Series in Williamsport Pennsylvania.

The road to the Little League World Series is through Oakville in 2015. To see the schedule of the Whitecaps teams, please click here. Show your support of our teams and drop into one of the tournaments and cheer the Whitecaps on.


GO CAPS!!!!!! 


 
 
Player Injury Information & Injury Report Form PDF Print E-mail
Injury Report
If a player is injured during practice or a game, please complete an injury report form within 48 hours and send it the President of the League or  the Vice President of Operations. It is important to adhere to this policy for insurance purposes. The coach should complete the any portion that is applicable to the coach including what happened to the player that caused the injury. It is the responsibilty of the injured players parents to complete the report including having any attending physician complete the physician portion and send it to th eleague within the 48 hour period. Please click here for the report.

Injury Report

If a player is injured during practice or a game, please complete an injury report form within 48 hours and send it the President of the League or  the Vice President of Operations. It is important to adhere to this policy for insurance purposes.

 

The coach should complete the any portion that is applicable to the coach including what happened to the player that caused the injury. It is the responsibilty of the injured players parents to complete the report including having any attending physician complete the physician portion.

Send it to the league within the 48 hour period. Please click here for the report.



 

 
Join the Oakville Little League Team PDF Print E-mail
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.