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2015 OLL Early Bird Registration PDF Print E-mail

2015 OLL Early-Bird Registration Ends September 30th


OLL is now taking early registrations for the 2015 season. We are offering Early-Bird rates up until September 30th. These rates offer substantial savings over the rates if you register later in 2014 and into 2015.

Take advantage of these savings and drop into the fieldhouse on Tuesdays between 7PM & 9PM or on Saturdays between 9AM and 2PM to sign up for the 2015 season.

For those players returning, we have pre-populated forms at the fieldhouse making your registration process quick and simple. For new players, download a registraiton form and drop by and we will be happy to register you quickly. 

To download the 2015 rRegistration form, please click here.

We look forward to having you be a part of Oakville Little League in 2015! Come out and register.



 


 

 
Adam Fedoruk CanAM Review PDF Print E-mail

Oakville Little League completes another fantastic Adam Fedoruk Memorial CANAM tournament

Oakville Little League hosted the 16th Annual Adam Fedoruk Memorial CANAM tournament August 8th - 10th. The tournament had eight teams all competing for the right to be crowned 2014 Champions. Teams from all across Ontario came into town to play starting on Friday evening. The weekend weather was outstanding all weekend.

The Oakville Whitecaps were well represented at the tournament with the 11U & 12U teams participating througout the weekend. Both teams had a strong outing the 12U Whitecaps made it to the final and competed against thier District 1 rival, Ancaster Diamondbacks. All games throughout the weekend were great games and the finals were no different. The Ancaster Diamondbacks came out on top and were crowned champions on Sunday afternoon.

Congratulations to all of our teams and thank you very much for sharing in this very important weekend with the league and Mr. Fedoruk. 

OLL awarded one lucky recipient the Adam Fedoruk Bursary that day. The bursary was set up in Adam's memory and is now part of the annual tournament. Congratulaitons to Mitchell Craig who was the winning recipient of this annual award. Mr. Fedoruk presented Mitchell with the cheque which will go towards Mitchell's school tuition.

A special thanks goes out to all of the young volunteers who committed their time to the league and this important tournament all weekend. Our volunteers spent countless hours grooming diamonds in between games, announcing and scorekeeping games and serving up food and drinks to all of the players, coaches and spectators.

The weekend was capped off with incredible opening ceremonies. The championship teams were given game jersey's in Blue Jays Blue and Blue Jays Black, all with the #12 on the back and Adam's name at the top. These two teams played in honour of Adam. At the conclusion of the game, the players were able to keep the jersey's as a memory of Adam. In addition, all participating players recieved a specially made babseball card of Adam as a momento to take home. Mr. Fedoruk was also presented with Adam's baseball card which was framed as a memory of Adam and what this tournament is all about.

Thanks to everyone who supported this tournament and a special thanks to the town of Oakville Parks staff for getting these diamonds in top notch shape for the tournament.


 

 

 

 

 
OLL T-Ball Program PDF Print E-mail

Oakville Little League is excited that our new T-Ball program has been met with great success over the past few years since the changes were made with the objective of putting a priority on player development. Oakville Little League spent time researching and observing the most successful Little League programs in the province. We concluded that it was important to start developing the fundamental skills of the game at a younger age. Using this approach, players will realize a significant benefit by developing these fundamental skills as they progress towards the older divisions.

Players 5 years old as of May 1st will be in an instructional T-Ball division to introduce young players to the sport of baseball.  The emphasis will be on the fundamentals (catch, throw, hit, and run) while having fun with a planned program of activities that change frequently to keep the children active and involved.

Players 6 - 8 years old as of May1st will be grouped by age and skill level and assigned to T-Ball teams.  Players will continue to work on the development of all fundamental baseball skills while learning and playing by the rules of the game at a younger age.

 

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  • T-Ball has 110 balls in play every five-inning game
  • Children at all levels of ability will have more opportunity to field the ball
  • Every batter will swing until they hit the ball

  • This means lots of HITTING, lots of FIELDING, and lots of FUN!!

T-BALL IS THE STARTING POINT FOR BASEBALL

By hitting the ball from a tee the players have the opportunity to develop hand-eye coordination and swing technique without the fear of being hit by a pitched ball.

With a ball being in play with every batter, players in both the infield and the outfield are given more opportunities to develop fundamental fielding skills while placing an emphasis on total team participation and involvement.

WITH A FOCUS ON

  •  SKILL DEVELOPMENT baseball fundamentals and a better understanding of the rules at a younger age
  •  COACHING DEVELOPMENT through a new coaching program that involves mentoring, clinics, ongoing support and a group practice structure
  •  GROUP PRACTICE STRUCTURE to ensure all players work through the same curriculum of baseball fundamentals and rules while minimizing the effect of players being absent

For more information about Oakville Little League's expanded and exciting T-Ball program

please contact the League Office

at 905-827-1831  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it