To download the 2022 Adam Fedoruk CanAM Registration Form please click on the link below.
Mail the registration form along with your cheque or credit card information to:
Oakville Little League
425 Cornwall Road
Oakville Little League is proud to be hosting the some of the best teams of Minor (10U) and Major (12U) baseball players from around Ontario and Western New York the weekend of August 12th-14th as they compete for the 2022 Adam Fedoruk Memorial CAN/AM Tournament championship.
The first games will be played on Friday, August 12th, ending with the championship game on the Sunday afternoon. Games will be played at various Oakville Little League fields around Oakville. Championship day will be played at the Oakville Little League Field of Dreams in Cornwall Park.
“On behalf of the families, players and volunteers of Oakville Little League, I would like to welcome all participants and visitors that will be attending this very special tournament”, said John Sweeney, President of Oakville Little League, “We sincerely hope that you take the time not only to enjoy what will be a great baseball tournament but also to explore the beautiful Town of Oakville with it’s great shopping and dining.”
“Our objective is to make this tournament a memorable event for all involved”, added Mr. Sweeney.
If you are interested in volunteering to help with organization and running of this year’s tournament or would like more information about the tournament, call the Oakville Little League office at 905-827-1831 or send an email via our Contact Us page.
About the Tournament
The Adam Fedoruk Memorial CAN/AM Torunament was established in 1999 as a lasting tribute to Adam Fedoruk. Adam was a player in Oakville Little League and absolutely loved baseball.
The Fedoruks’ were a true baseball family; Adam’s dad not only sponsored the team, he was also their pitching coach, and while his mom typically kept the score sheets, his little sister Amanda cheered the team on from the bleachers. As a player Adam had two favourite positions – shortstop and pitcher, but he excelled in all aspects and his coaches were always impressed with his ‘thinking game’. We all have memories of Adam, grinning ear to ear, always encouraging and always giving it his all.
Tragically, Adam died suddenly, along with his sister and mother, in a house fire on August 17, 1998. That year Adam’s team was set to play their championship game and as difficult as it was to go on the field without him, the team did the only thing they could do, they played for Adam. This tournament is a celebration of all that this young player embodied; characteristics typically found in the young people who play in Little League – dedication, sportsmanship, teamwork and fair play.
And so, we invite you to take the field with us – play for fun, play for the love of the game, and play for Adam.
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|2011||Ontario Nationals||St. Mary’s, ON|
|2010||Etobicoke Rangers||Etobicoke, ON|
|2009||Clarence Crusaders||Clarence, NY|
|2008||Tournament rained out||—|
|2007||Oakville Whitecaps||Oakville, ON|
|2006||Ancaster Little League||Ancaster, ON|
|2005||Central Amherst Little League||Amherst, NY|
|2004||Kanata Little League||Kanata, ON|
|2003||Stoney Creek Little League||Stoney Creek, ON|
|2002||Grosse Pointe Park Little League||Grosse Pointe, MI|
|2001||Central Amherst Little League||Amherst, NY|
|2000||Oakville Little League||Oakville, ON|
|1999||Dundas Little League||Dundas, ON|
The Adam Fedoruk Memorial CAN/AM Tournament rules will be provided at the diamond and have been emailed to coaches.
About the Town of Oakville
Welcome to Oakville. A vibrant and impressive community within the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), the Town of Oakville is a beautiful lakeside community with a strong heritage, preserved and celebrated by residents and visitors alike. Incorporated in 1857, this striking town has become one of the most coveted residential and business centres in Ontario, and for good reason:
- Great restaurants
- Charming shopping districts
- Outstanding entertainment
- Proximity to Lake Ontario and recreational areas
- Easy access via QEW, 403, 407 and GO Transit
This thriving municipality of about 166,000 residents provides all the advantages of a well-serviced urban centre, while also maintaining its small-town ambiance. Along historical downtown streets, Oakville offers a mix of converted 19th century buildings which accommodate over 400 fine shops, services and restaurants.
A 30-minute drive from downtown Toronto, and an hour’s drive from the U.S. border, Oakville boasts more than 1.4 million visitors annually.
Residents and visitors enjoy theatre, dance, music and comedy performances at the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts. They can visit the museum at Erchless Estate, located in the home of the Chisolms, Oakville’s founding family. Other points of interest include galleries, historical societies and local architecture, especially in heritage neighbourhoods.
Enjoy over 3,212 acres of park space, many with groomed hiking trails, or drop by a recreation centre which provides programs for all ages. For boaters, Oakville features two picturesque harbours with docks and slips for sail and powerboats. For golfers, Oakville is home to the Glen Abbey Golf Club.
People who live here are proud of the quality of life this great community has to offer. In a recent survey of residents, 86 per cent said Oakville is a better place to live than anywhere else in the GTA. Ideally located in a beautiful natural setting, Oakville offers first-rate facilities and amenities. The outstanding range of lifestyle choices will continue to make this growing community one in which residents and businesses feel a sense of pride and connection.
Enjoy your stay in our fine community!
For more information check out the Visit Oakville website.
If you have any questions pertaining to the Adam Fedoruk Memorial CAN/AM Tournament, please contact us using one of the options below:
Email: John Sweeney, OLL President, via our Contact Us page
Adam Fedoruk Memorial CAN/AM Tournament
c/o Oakville Little League
425 Cornwall Rd.