Select League Overview



The goal of our select teams is to provide competitive play and provide teaching of more advanced skills and strategies than are covered on house league teams. Our select teams participate in the Central Ontario Baseball Association (COBA) Select division. Select players must be prepared to make an increased commitment to participating in baseball which typically involves:

  • 1x/week winter training starting in January
  • 2 games/week with some travel beginning in May
  • 1-2 practices/week
  • 2 tournaments
  • Provincial Select Championships (pending qualification)


Tryouts are held shortly after the Labour Day weekend. Team tryout schedules and contact information will be posted as a news item at the end of August.

Elite, Rep and Select players who are offered a position may register immediately on-line via the Majors website. The Majors typically offer teams in the following divisions/age groups based on the player's age as of January 1st of the playing season.

  • Rookie Ball 8/9 year olds
  • Tyke 10/11 year olds
  • Peewee 12/13 year olds
  • Bantam 14/15 year olds
  • Midget 16-18 year olds
  • Junior 19-21 year olds


Our uniform fitting day is typically held in November. The schedule will be posted on the Events Calendar. Uniforms are handed out to teams in late April prior to the start of the season.


Coaches determine their own pre-season and regular season practice schedule. COBA typically releases their league schedule in late April. Schedules, standings and rules governing league play will be posted on the COBA website.The OBA posts schedules and rules for OBA sanctioned tournaments and provincial championships on the OBA website

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