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The Kanata Major Mosquito Cubs defeated Tyrans-Noir from Gatineau to move to 3-0 on the season. These Cubs are rolling!!!


Ravens took the win 9-3! Great start to the season.


Exciting times for Seaway Rookies & Mosquito teams. Renovations being done to old softball field in Merrikville , transforming it to new home for Seaway Surge Baseball Club Rookie and Mosquito teams. 

 

 




NCOBA Mosquito & Peewee Divisions

NCOBA Mosquito and Peewee Leagues

 

The National Capital Ontario Baseball Association will be offering its own leagues at the Mosquito and Peewee levels in 2018.  The Mosquito level will feature a 24 game schedule with seven teams from Kanata Baseball Association, the Seaway Surge and the Ottawa City Baseball Association.  Peewees will also play 24 games, also with seven teams, from Kanata, Seaway and the Bytown Dodgers.

 

Kanata, Ottawa City and Bytown will also play exhibition games with AA teams of the Association Baseball Elite Outaouais.

 

In Bantam, the Ottawa West Whisky Jacks are joining Kanata, Seaway and Bytown to play in the Eastern Ontario Baseball Association.  The Ottawa City Minor Midget team will play in the Elite Baseball League of Ontario.

 

Good luck to all our NCOBA teams as they begin the season!


2018 NCOBA Associations

2018 NCOBA Associations

 

Three new associations have joined the National Capital Ontario Baseball Association.  NCOBA and OBA welcome the:

Bytown Dodgers: https://bytowndodgers.com/

Ottawa City Baseball Association: http://www.leaguelineup.com/ocba

Ottawa West Baseball Association: http://ottawawhiskyjacks.ca/

 

They join our established associations:

Kanata Baseball Association: http://www.kllba.ca/site

Seaway Surge: http://www.seawaysurge.com/

Arnprior Highlanders: http://arnpriorhighlanders.com/

 

The new organizations now offer players in all areas of the Ottawa region a “home” territory.  We are fielding a record number of teams in 2018 and look forward to continued growth!


U11 Jr. Ravens First-Ever League Game

 

OTTAWA (May.10.2018) –

The U11 Jr. Ravens baseball team completed its first-ever league game on Wednesday night, defeating the Seaway Surge Mosquito team 9-3 in Merrickville. The game marks the culmination of months of effort by the Ravens baseball club and a group of parents, mainly from the Glebe and South Ottawa area to grow OBA baseball in the nation’s capital.

The team has been practicing since January and competed in a US indoor tournament last month.

Ravens baseball team President George Rigakos says the Jr. Ravens idea was something the team and the Athletics Department had been discussing for some time but it was not until this past winter that momentum began to build.

“It was really something that emerged naturally from our camps and my own involvement with Little League baseball” Rigakos said.

“Our players and coaches were already involved in youth baseball development and I thought this would be a great Summer employment opportunity for them and a way to develop our connections in the community.”

The Jr. Ravens Mosquito team is a pilot project in partnership with the Ottawa City Baseball Association (OCBA) whose President, like Rigakos, is also a Carleton University faculty member.

“We’re excited to work with Ravens Baseball” stated OCBA President Jeff Sahadeo. “Their winter and summer camps have been a huge success with young players in the region. This pilot partnership to create the mosquito Jr. Ravens is bringing quality OBA baseball to our region.”

The team is being coached by Ravens baseball hitter of the year Ryan Burnside with the help of infield alumnus and former Jason McKay Award recipient Eugenios Matos.

“The more the Ravens get involved the better it is for baseball in our area” notes parent Neil Malhotra “my son is getting a great baseball experience.”

That sentiment is shared by Marco Falsetti who adds “the Jr. Ravens have given my son the opportunity to play baseball the way it should be played.”

For his part, coach Burnside is excited about coaching the team: “It’s really cool to have an opportunity to teach young ball players and see them grow and enjoy the game.”

“The kids are having great fun while developing under coach Ryan” added Sahadeo and “we look forward to further cooperation in the future”.

Games this Week
May 27
Peewee
ABEO Tyrans Blanc Peewee @ Bytown Major Peewee
10:00am
ABEO Tyrans Noir Peewee @ Bytown Major Peewee
12:30pm
Midget
Seaway Surge Midget Rep @ Kanata Cubs Minor Midget Rep
11:00am
Seaway Surge Midget Rep @ Kanata Cubs Minor Midget Rep
2:00pm
May 28
Mosquito
Seaway Major Mosquito @ Kanata Major Mosquito
6:00pm
May 29
Mosquito
Kanata Select Mosquito @ Kanata Minor Mosquito T1
6:00pm
Peewee
Kanata Peewee Select T1 @ Seaway Minor Peewee
6:30pm
May 30
Mosquito
ABEO Tyrans Ors Mosquito @ Kanata Major Mosquito
6:00pm
Peewee
Kanata Minor Peewee @ Seaway Major Peewee
6:30pm
May 31
Mosquito
Ottawa City Major Mosquito @ Kanata Minor Mosquito T1
6:00pm
Peewee
Kanata Major Peewee @ Kanata Peewee Select T2
6:00pm
Jun 2
Mosquito
Kanata Major Mosquito @ Ottawa City Major Mosquito
10:00am
Kanata Select Mosquito @ Ottawa City Major Mosquito
12:30pm
Peewee
Bytown Major Peewee @ Kanata Major Peewee
12:30pm
Bytown Major Peewee @ Kanata Major Peewee
3:00pm
Jun 3
Mosquito
Seaway Major Mosquito @ Ottawa City Major Mosquito
10:00am
Kanata Minor Mosquito T1 @ Kanata Select Mosquito
4:00pm - 6:00pm
Peewee
Bytown Major Peewee @ Kanata Minor Peewee
11:00am
Midget
Ottawa City Minor Midget Elite @ Kanata Cubs Minor Midget Rep
10:00am
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