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Oakville Little League welcomes Optimist Club of Oakville
Oakville Little League is pleased to welcome Optimist Club of Oakville as a new sponsor for the 2016 baseball season. “Oakville Optimist will be supporting a six teams in our house league program and a number of teams in our very important Challenger division” said John Sweeney, President of Oakville Little League.
We are pleased to have the Optimist Club on board as a new sponsor. In addition to the financial support, The Optimist Club will be providing a wider range of support through their volunteer base of Optimist members and also their younger volunteer members, the Junior Optimist.
The league relies on organizations such as the Optimist Club who get involved in the community and specifically youth sports to help keep the cost of registration affordable. The two organizations will work together throughout 2016 providing the players of Oakville Little League with a positive experience on and off the diamond.
The Optimist Club of Oakville is a voluntary organization of community oriented people with a passionate desire to make the community and the world a better place for our youngest and most vulnerable citizens. The purpose of Optimist Club of Oakville is to develop Optimism as a philosophy of life. Oakville Little League has a similar philosophy which is to provide the youth of Oakville with Optimism by offering them opportunities to develop good citizenship, discipline, teamwork and physical well-being through baseball.
We look forward to a long standing relationship with Optimist Club of Oakville.
For more information on sponsorship, please email John Sweeney at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 905-827-1831.

OLL promotes Optimist Club of Oakville 35th Annual Shrimpfest Gala


Oakville Little League is pleased to have the Optimist Club of Oakville as a new sponsor for the 2016 baseball season. “Oakville Optimist supported twelve house league teams and our entire Challenger division.

The league would like all of our league members to know that the Optimist Club of Oakville are holding a significant fundraiser at the end of this month and ask that you support this fundraiser event by purchasing a ticket to the 35h Annual Shrimpfest Gala. "The event is a major fundraiser for the Optimist Club of Oakville" said Vicki Manis, President Elect.

Below are all of the details of this event and we would like to see many Oakville Little League parents come out and support this great organization for all of the work they do in our community and specifically in our league.


Hurry and order your tickets before they sell out!!!


35th Annual Shrimpfest Gala


All you can eat Shrimp Dinner

(roast beef alternate)


Date: Friday, September 30th, 2016


Place: Le Dome Banquet Hall

1173 North Service Road East, Oakville


Cocktails: 6:30 p.m. Dinner 7:30 pm


Dance to the music of a live band


Silent Auction, Pick ‘n’ Spin, Door Prizes,


Junior Optimist Rose Sale,


Free Photo Booth & 50/50 Raffle Draw.


Tickets: $70.00 per person


Support the Optimist Club’s work for the youth in our community, including the

Children's Safety Village.


For tickets call Keith or Jeannie Garton

905-825-1272

 

or visit our website: oakvilleoptimistclub.com



 

 

 
Oakville Rays participate in Scott Tokessy Memorial PDF Print E-mail
OLL sends the House League Rays to the Scott Tokessy Memorial Gold Glove Tournament
Oakville Little League were proud to have one of our very own houe league teams particiapte for the first time in the 2016 Scott Tokessy Memorial Gold Glove Tournament.
The Scott Tokessy Memorial Gold Glove Tournament was established in 1996 in memory of Scott, a popular twelve year-old boy who died suddenly of an irregular heartbeat, after hitting a home run for his house league team, in May of that year.
The Minor American League West Rays took to the 401 on Friday, August 5th and headed East towards Ottawa for a fun filled weekend of competitive baseball. Manager, Jerry Thornhill approached the league early in the baseball season and asked John Mooney, Vice President of Baseball Operations for approval to bring his team to this tournament. There was not a second of hesitation from John as all he could think aboyut was giving a bunch of house league players a chance to participate in a very important tournament in memory of Scott Tokessy.
The objective was to give the team an opportunity to experience a weekend All-Star tournament where the Rays would compete with other teams from around the Province for the right to get to Championship Sunday. This was not the only objective that Jerry had in mind. He wanted the team to spend the weekend together, play some good baseball and most importantly, enjoy the experience and have a lot of fun as a team. From all reports that came back to oakville, Jerry and the team certainly had a great weekend of baseball and the kids enjoyed spending the weekend together as a team playing ball. A special thanks to Jerry and his coaching staff for taking on this inititaive for the kids.
The Scott Tokessy Memorial Gold Glove Tournament was established in 1996 in memory of Scott, a popular twelve year-old boy who died suddenly of an irregular heartbeat, after hitting a home run for his house league team, in May of that year.

OLL sends the Minor AL Rays to the Scott Tokessy Memorial Gold Glove Tournament


Oakville Little League were proud to have one of our very own house league teams particiapte for the first time in the 2016 Scott Tokessy Memorial Gold Glove Tournament. 


The Scott Tokessy Memorial Gold Glove Tournament was established in 1996 in memory of Scott, a popular twelve year-old boy who died suddenly of an irregular heartbeat, after hitting a home run for his house league team, in May of that year. 


The Minor American League West Rays took to the 401 on Friday, August 5th and headed east towards Ottawa for a fun filled weekend of competitive baseball. Manager, Jerry Thornhill approached the league early in the baseball season and asked John Mooney, Vice President of Baseball Operations for approval to bring his team to this tournament. There was not a second of hesitation from John as all he could think about was giving a bunch of house league players a chance to participate in a very important tournament in memory of Scott Tokessy.


The objective was to give the team an opportunity to experience a weekend All-Star tournament where the Rays would compete with other teams from around the Province for the right to get to Championship Sunday. This was not the only objective that Jerry had in mind. He wanted the team to spend the weekend together, play some good baseball and most importantly, enjoy the experience and have a lot of fun as a team. From all reports that came back to Oakville, Jerry and the team certainly had a great weekend of baseball and the kids enjoyed spending the weekend together as a team playing ball.

The team represented Oakville Little League and the Town of Oakville very well on and off the field.

A special thanks to Jerry and his coaching staff for taking on this inititaive for the kids. 

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Front Row - Player:Vincent, Ava, Logan, Noah, Ryan, Gijs, Roman

Back Row - Coach Albert, Coach Jerry, Coach Ed, Player: Benjamin, Ian, Nathan, Max, & Coach Neil


 

 
Challenger Division Wraps Up the Season PDF Print E-mail

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  Oakville Little League Challenger Wraps up the 2016 Season

 

Oakville Little League has completed another successful year for the Challenger program. This program has expanded from 45 kids to over 125 in 2016. The season wrapped up on Monday, August 29th with the Championship games being held at Cornwall Park.

The evening started out with the Junior division demonstrating to the coaches, parents and fans the skills that they learned over the course of the season. It was a joy to watch these young kids on the diamond having lots of fun. They had thier names announced and music played in between innings which was thrilling for everyone.

The evening wrapped up with the Senior kids playing a game which was  exciting and energetic. These games were played under the lights which makes the kids feel like they are playing in the big leagues. They also had thier names announced and music played in between innings.

All players receieved a trophy with their name on it and the traditional hot dog and soft drink.

Congratulations to all of the kids and a special thanks to all of the volunteers who made this season happen for these kids.We look forward to providing this program in 2017 and hope to see it expand even more.

 

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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.



 

 

 
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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.


 

 
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2017 EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION IS OPEN

 

Oakville Little League’s 2017 player registration is is now underway. We anticipate that several age divisions will reach enrollment capacity. Parents are encouraged to sign up their children as soon as possible to avoid being wait-listed or disappointed. 

Your early registration helps us greatly with planning and organizing for the upcoming season, as we need to know the number of players we are going to have so we can order player uniforms and equipment, arrange for required field permits, arrange for umpires and recruit coaches, if required.

Use one of the following options to register for the 2017 Oakville Little League season:

 

By Mailby_mail

Complete a 2017 Registration Form and mail form with payment to Oakville Little League, 425 Cornwall Rd., Oakville, ON L6J 7S4

 

By Faxfax

If paying by VISA or MasterCard fax completed 2017 Registration Form to 289-295-0278

 

In Person

OLL FieldhouseGo to OLL Fieldhouse at 425 Cornwall Road

  • Drop completed 2017 Registration Form with payment in mailbox, or

  • Drop by during office hours on Tuesday evenings between 7:00pm and 9:00pm or Saturday mornings from 9:00am to noon