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Ontario Amateur Softball Association “OASA” U19 Elimination tournament in Carp this weekend!!

Ontario Amateur Softball Association “OASA” U19 Elimination tournament in Carp this weekend. It runs from June 28-30 at the Carp Fairgrounds. There are 13 teams competing from across Ontario. There is one Eastern Ontario team representing Osgoode. This team is comprised of former players of ROMSA, Greely and Kenmore ball associations along with players from the Ottawa Valley. First game is Friday at 5 pm  with finals scheduled for Sunday at  3pm. Osgoode plays their first game at 7 pm Friday night. Admission is 5 dollars a day or 10 dollars for the weekend Follow the website at:

Many Divisions are now Full

The following divisions are now full and no longer accepting new registrations:  T-Ball, 5-Pitch, Boys U12, Boys U16, Boys U18, Girls U10, Girls U12, Girls U14. If you register now, you will be waitlisted. T-Ball, 5-Pitch, Boys U12, Boys U16, Boys U18, Girls U10, Girls U12, Girls U14. If you register now, you will be waitlisted.

Umpires Required!

Attention 12- to 18-year-olds!  These are paid positions and an excellent way of earning a few extra dollars while getting really close to the game that you already love!  Training is provided.  For more information, please contact the Umpire Coordinator, Peter Holmes at

<<---- Click for the 2019 Online Registration link & instructions!

IMPORTANT! READ FIRST before hitting the register link: There is no requirement that you upload pictures or other documents during the process even if prompted to do so. During the registration process you will be able to indicate your preference to be on the same team with another person. We will try our best but there are no guarantees! We are live! Click to start!   If you prefer, you can copy and paste this link: <– redirects to our secure registration portal. The registration process consists of 3 steps and in this order: Registering as a parent/guardian; registering your child/children; THEN registering your child/children to ROMSA’s 2019 Spring Season. It’s not super intuitive for some, so here it is broken down: STEPS: Create (register) a Member Account which includes your name, address, login info (name/password) etc then; Register a Child (still within the Member Account) then finally….; Register your child to our Association’s event which for players is 2019 ROMSA Spring Season – Players This will greatly speed up and improve the accuracy of the registration process. It also gives you greater visibility into your child’s team allocation, payment history, and more.

ROMSA is Changing Age Group Names for the 2019 Season

ROMSA will change the age group names in the coming season to reflect the emerging convention where the name of the age group reflects the age of the players. The traditional age group names such as Mite, Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget and Junior will make way for U10, U12, U14, U16, U18, 18+ etc., so that ROMSA aligns with other associations’ naming conventions.  We will keep T-Ball and 5-Pitch for the 4&5 and 6&7 year-olds respectively. These changes will go into effect for this coming season and will also be reflected in the online registration process.

Coming Soon: New Registration Process

We will soon be transitioning to a new registration portal which will greatly streamline the process for registration. It will allow you to register your child and make payment online, benefit from early-bird discounts and more! Watch this space for more news on this exciting change for ROMSA.

Hockey’s doing it, will minor softball get rid of traditional age category names like Peewee and Midget?

Traditional youth hockey age group names — novice, peewee, atom, bantam and, most notably, midget — could soon be revised as at least one provincial hockey organization has kick started the process that could eventually create a countrywide adjustment in the sport.

At a meeting this week, BC Hockey’s board of directors discussed the topic of division names used by its minor hockey association members. The subject was raised in part due to other sport organizations moving to eliminate the term ‘midget,’ but also because a potential shift to age-specific categories [U15, U17, etc.] may prove to be an easier classification system, an association spokesman said…”