What is the Senior Division?
The Senior Division is a division for youth ages 15 to 18 years old.
The typical player that continues to participate will have mastered most of the skills and mental requirements that have been introduced and reinforced over the past 8 or 9 years. Players continue to play various positions based on the Fair Play model. All players on the team bat in a continuous batting order. It must be realized however that many of the players will have limitations of ability. It is ever important to remember that this is a recreational baseball program and it is important to develop the personal and baseball skills of players of all abilities.
All games are played at fields in Oakville, with some of the games played under the lights. Game scores and standings are recorded. The First place team receives medals. Upon completion of the regular season, a post-season playoff tournament is held. The top 4 teams from this tournament play games on Championship Day and receive trophies.
For the more talented player, additional opportunities to participate in a competitive environment will be provided via an organized All-star/Select program. To be eligible for the All-star/Select program players must also play in the house league program. The Senior All-stars compete in play downs for the right to represent Canada at the Senior League World Series.