Important News

All tournaments  have now been added on .

2023 Girls Championship sites .are 

U21 Midget  Brampton  August 19th & 20th

U13 Squirt  Stittsville  August 19th & 20th

U15 Novice  Newmarket  August 26th & 27th

U17 Bantam  Forest Glade August 26th & 27th

U11 Mite  Brampton  August 26th & 27th

2023 OSSTA Player and Team eligibility has been updated. Please review.

2023 Tournament Rules have been updated.  Please review

New for 2023

Select Teams are permitted to play in ONE Rep Tournament provided the team has obtained The Tournament Insurance from PWSA and has been approved to play in the Rep Tournament. 

 Select players are allowed to play in one  Rep Loop Game as an individual player  or in ONE REP tounament with their team . If a player plays in more than one loop Game or one tournament  as an individual they will be ineligible to play on a Select Team. If a Select team from any diviion within an Association plays in more than ONE REP tournament the Associtaion will be ineligible to play in any Select Tournament for a period of TWO years.

New for 2023 in the U11 Mite Division

U11 Mite Division - Stealing is allowed after the ball crosses the plate.

  •  Runners are not allowed to steal Home on a passed ball, wild pitch or a throwback to the pitcher.  However, if the catches decides to make a play at 3rd, 2nd or 1st base the ball is considered to be live and the base runner at 3rd may proceed to home at their own risk.

            A runner on 3rd base will be allowed to lead off when the ball crosses the plate. The runner however cannot steal home on a wild pitch pass ball or a throwback to the pitcher.  Each Host of a U11 Mite tournament will draw a LEAD Off line  five feet down the foul line from 3rd base. Any runner that touches that line if the ball is not hit will be called OUT for a lead off violation.


Player eligibity for the Championships has been altered 

Medical cleaance is now requried if a medcial exception was granted to play in the championships.  



Any questions please call Al  at 905-809-6201


Bat Standards


Acceptable Certification Stamps:

  • Any bat that appears on the WBSC Softball Approved Bat List and has a current ISF certification stamp (2005 only) will be accepted for play at a Softball Canada event or,
  • Any bat that appears on the USA Softball Approved Bat List and has an ASA 2000 or 2004 certification stamp will also be accepted for play at a Softball Canada event.
  • The bat must meet the compression standards outlined by the certifying organization and may be tested to ensure they are in the proper range.
  • The bat must still pass a visual inspection per the current Softball Canada rulebook.

Photos from 2023