Canadian national girls softball midget championships
Richard Dick Hames Inducted: At the age of 19 in his hometown of Windsor, Ontario, Dick converted from a baseball pitcher to a softball pitcher and gradually rose up the ranks of recreational leagues to be a leading pitcher in the Windsor Major League. From thru he pitched with the St. From thru he pitched for London TV Cable. In that championship game he pitched a win while batting in the winning run in the 2nd extra inning of a real nail biter. Dynes was the last club team to represent Canada in international competition as a National team concept was initiated by the CASA in Although he resumed pitching after 3 years of rehabilitation, he never regained the form of a World Class pitcher.
The NW season gets underway the week of May There are 41 teams across the 5 divisions. The season will end with divisional NW tournaments on the second or third weekend in August. Schedules for the 5 divisions are now posted on this website. Baden over Twin Centre. New Hamburg over Baden. PDP1 over Tavistock.
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The association organizes qualifying tournaments and provincial championships. The OASA conducts "elimination tournaments" which qualify teams for Softball Canada national championships at certain age categories. Beginning in the early s, softball , a derivative of baseball , extended into Canada as a popular summer activity. While initially only played indoors, in , softball was played outdoors at Burlington Beach, Ontario. Two years later in , an informal public-school league was formed in Hamilton, Ontario.