• Code of Conduct & Ethics
    The purpose of this Code is to ensure a safe and positive environment (within OASA’s programs, activities, competitions, and events) by making Individuals aware that there is an expectation, at all times, of appropriate behaviour consistent with OASA’s core values. OASA supports equal opportunity, prohibits discriminatory practices, and is committed to providing an environment in which all individuals are treated with respect.

  • Parents Code of Conduct
    The Ontario Amateur Softball Association (hereafter referred to as the OASA) is committed to providing a sport and work environment that is safe, welcoming, inclusive and respectful. Such an environment does not include or condone discrimination or harassment. The OASA recognizes that harassment is a form of discrimination, and like discrimination is prohibited by human rights legislation in Canada. In its extreme forms, harassment can also be an offence under Canada’s Criminal Code.

  • Ontario Amateur Softball Association Policy to Address Discrimination and H
    The Ontario Amateur Softball Association (hereafter referred to as the OASA) is committed to providing a sport and work environment that is safe, welcoming, inclusive and respectful. Such an environment does not include or condone discrimination or harassment. The OASA recognizes that harassment is a form of discrimination, and like discrimination is prohibited by human rights legislation in Canada. In its extreme forms, harassment can also be an offence under Canada’s Criminal Code.

  • Ontario Amateur Softball Association’s Concussion Policy
    The purpose of this policy is to govern Concussion Protocol in the sport of Softball in the province of Ontario withinOntario Amateur Softball Association (OASA)and its Memberssanctionedevents.•Competitions•Tournaments•Training Opportunities•Skill Development sessions•Technical Development Clinics•Meetings

  • Rowans Law Booklet Ages 10 & Under
    Participating in sports and other activities is fun and healthy. But sometimes when you play you can hurt yourself. Did you know you can even hurt your brain? Hurting your brain is different from other injuries. If you sprain your ankle, you can see it get all red and puffy. But when you hurt your brain, it doesn’t show on the outside because it’s inside your head!One kind of brain injury is called a concussion. Keep reading to learn about concussions and what to do if you think you might have one. Your brain is very important, so you want to keep it safe!


  • Rowans Law Booklet Ages 11-14
    Preventing injuries will help you stay active throughout your life. Some injuries are easy to see and treat, but what about an injury inside your head? Brain injuries, such as concussions, don’t show on the outside and are not always obvious. Even though others can’t see your concussion, you will feel the effects and need the proper care to get better. This resource will help you learn more about concussions, so you can stay active and safe.

  • International Softball Conference
    ISC

  • Rowans Law Booklet Ages 15 & up
    Preventing injuries is important to keeping people active throughout their lives. Some injuries are easy to see and treat but what about an injury inside the head? Brain injuries, such as concussions, don’t show on the outside and are not always obvious. Even when you can’t see the injury, a person with a concussion still feels the effects and needs the proper care to get better.This resource will help you learn more about concussions so you can keep yourself and others active and safe – whether you’re an athlete, student, parent, coach, official or educator.

  • Ontario Amateur Softball Association
    OASA

  • Tobacco-free Sport and Recreation


  • Ontario Rural Softball League
    ORSA

  • Innerkip.on.ca


  • Ontario Select Softball Tournaments
    Great site to find tournaments in Ontario.

  • Softball Ontario


  • Mitchell Minor Sports - Fastball
    Follow links for tournament information and rules.

  • South Oxford Softball League
    SOSL

  • Ancaster Girls Fastpitch


  • Flamborough Minor Softball League