Archive for the ‘BAS Cup’ Category

BAS Cup Champs Off To Rocky Start

Monday, May 11th, 2015

BAS debutants ACU Jaguars soundly defeated Cup Champs GNFC in the season opener Sunday. Despite scoring first, GNFC were unable to hold off the waves of attacks by ACU and were beaten 4-1. Goal scorers: ACU Jaguars: O’Neil Johnson, Kadian Lecky, Kevin McIntosh, Daneian McCalla; GNFC: Pritpal Brar. IMG_2680

The New Peel Outdoor Smoking By-law

Tuesday, August 27th, 2013

No Smoking Near Soccer Fields In PeelJuly 25, 2013

Re: Peel Outdoor Smoking By-law

To: Sports Associations

As of September 2, 2013, the Peel Outdoor Smoking By-law makes it against the law for anyone to smoke within nine meters (30 feet) of:

  • perimeter of municipal playground areas (including any outdoor area that is designed for the enjoyment or exercise of children and youth)
  • perimeter of municipal sports/activity areas (including any area that is for sports and activities, as well as spectator seating areas and player warm up areas)
  • entrances and exits of municipal buildings (including municipal offices, transit facilities, libraries, recreation centres, concessions stands, fire halls, police stations, golf course club houses, and Peel Housing Corporation multi-unit dwellings with common entrances)

The goal of the Peel Outdoor Smoking By-law is to reduce the public’s exposure to harmful second-hand smoke and create a healthy environment for everyone involved in sports and play, whether they are in the game or in the stands.

Regional tobacco enforcement officers and municipal by-law officers can issue warnings, tickets and fines starting at $250 if the law is broken.

We encourage you to include no-smoking policies in your codes of conduct and share this by-law with your coaches, officials, players, parents and spectators.

For more information, call Peel Public Health at 905-799-7700 and ask to speak with a health inspector (Caledon residents may call toll free at 905-584-2216) or visit For information about quitting smoking, contact Smokers’ Helpline at 1-877-513-5333 or visit


Dr. David Mowat
Medical Office of Health, Region of Peel

Download a PDF of the above letter here.

Is it raining in Brampton?

Monday, April 29th, 2013

Is it raining in Brampton?Occasionally, sitting at work in Mississauga or Toronto on a Friday, or out of town on a Sunday with the family at a picnic in Cambridge, BAS members find themselves wondering “…is it raining in Brampton?”

So in addition to the weather widget we’ve always had in our sidebar, we’ve added a series of buttons that take you to 4 different webcams spread out across downtown Brampton and maintained by the City.  Sure, the weather widget may say it’s sunny, but a quick click will let you see exactly what the weather is like at Gage Park, Main and Queen, Queen and Chapel and also at Chinguacousy Park.


Thursday, September 13th, 2012


It is with deep regret we have to announce that this years BAS Banquet on September 22, 2012 is cancelled.
Due to the Women’s end of season tournament cancellation we will not be able to host the Banquet this year.

Your BAS committee members will be refunding your sold tickets in full.  In order to process your refund you will need to return your purchased ticket to the committee member who sold it to you. If you don’t have their contact information, please contact the social director at the email address below.

On a happy note, mother nature will not be canceling any indoor games, so the Casino Bus will happen on the date it is scheduled.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the Director of the Social Committee at

The Final Whistle – End of Year Banquet

Tuesday, August 14th, 2012

The Final Whistle – End of Year Banquet

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2012, as we are actively planning an evening for all of you to enjoy. The banquet will include dinner, dancing, great times and GREAT PRIZES!!   Ticket price will be $30/person.

“The Final Whistle!”

4th Annual BAS Banquet

Come and enjoy a fun filled evening!


Doors open @ 6:00 PM

Dinner served@ 7:00 PM

Vasco da Gama Cultural Centre Of Brampton

25 Fisherman Dr  Brampton, ON L7A 1C9 (905) 840-6061

Dress to Impress “NO Jeans!”

Ticket sales will be at the fields most commonly used for outdoor…so keep your eyes out for us!  Also at ALL PLAYOFF Locations!

Please Contact The Director of the Social Committee at or look for a Social Committe Member at your games :-)

Marion Lostrangio
BAS Social Director

OSA Lightning Safety

Wednesday, May 16th, 2012


Lightning Strikes Soccer Pitch

Lightning Strikes Soccer Pitch

 In the world of soccer, rainy conditions are not ideal and definitely put a dampener on summer games throughout the outdoor season. Frustration builds when games are started with bright sunshine only to be put on hold or abandoned altogether, while the grey clouds blanket the sky and loud claps of thunder and flashes of lightning move in to force play to cease. Inclement weather, especially in the cases of thunderstorms is a critical issue that needs to be carefully monitored. It is important that not only referees, but all coaches, players, and spectators know about proper lightning precautions as they are exposed to these conditions.

The continuance of the game is at the referee’s discretion. The Ontario Soccer Association has a Weather Policy in place that should be followed in such conditions. The Policy mirrors the ‘30-30 Rule’ as directed by Environment Canada. The ‘30-30’ Rule should be known and understood by all involved in the game. The ‘30-30 Rule’ advises that you take appropriate sheltered if you can count 30 seconds or fewer between thunder and lightning, and to remain sheltered for 30 minutes after the last clap of thunder and flash of lightning (see below).


2012 Outdoor Season Kicks Off

Monday, May 14th, 2012

The 1200+ match BAS Summer schedule kicked off this weekend under mainly clear skies and warm temperatures.

2011 BAS Bowl Champs, Mystix bested their rivals, Barca FC on a single goal by Tanisha Solomon.

Barca FC vs. Mystix

Barca's Jessica Oliveira (left) and Courtney Barber of Mystix battle for possession in Women's Premier action at Morris Kerbel

In men’s action, defending Cup Champions, PTH FC welcomed Cobra FC to the league with a 4 – 3 victory.

PTH FC vs. Cobra FC

BAS Cup MVP, Guillermo Ruiz of PTH FC denies 2011 scoring champion, Harjit Gill during Men's Premier play at Terry Fox Stadium


PTH FC Defeat MSL Champs to Take Inter-League Prestige

Sunday, November 6th, 2011

BAS Cup Champions, PTH FC defeated the Milton Soccer League Cup Champions last Sunday to capture glory in the inaugural Inter League Championship at Bishop Reding in Milton.

PTH FC and fans board coach to Milton

PTH FC and fans board coach to Milton

BAS Cup hero, Johan Vargas got PTH started mid-way through the first half one-timing his strike just outside the box to beat the MSL keeper. Chances at either end were sparse, but PTH FC’s quick ball development gave the MSL side fits at times. Pressing to draw equal late in the match allowed PTH FC’s Ilija Pepic to stride in on a breakaway, scoring to give PTH all the insurance they needed in a 2-0 victory.

Both leagues look forward to expanding this inter-league event in future years.

Inter-League Prestige Champions: PTH FC

Inter-League Prestige Champions: PTH FC

Selected Pix From the 2011 Final Whistle Banquet

Sunday, November 6th, 2011

Click on photo to enjoy the Gallery.

The Romaniac

The Romaniac

The Prestige (BAS / MSL Champions League) – October 30th, 2011

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

Refugees of MSL vs PTH FC of BAS

The 2011 MSL Cup Champions, Refugees, will be hosting the 2011 BAS Cup Champions, PTH FC, in ‘The Prestige’; the first of hopefully many annual match-ups that pits the Brampton recreational champions against the Milton recreational champions.

The inaugural match-up is being hosted by MSL and will take place at Bishop Reding Secondary School in Milton, Ontario.  Kick off is at 2:30pm this Sunday, October 30th, 2011.

We invite all members of both the Milton Soccer League and Brampton Adult Soccer to attend the free event and cheer on their respective league.  Please visit the BAS Community Forums if you’re interested in catching a ride on the league bus that will be departing the Brampton Soccer Centre at 12:30pm that day.

It is our hope that in the near future “The Prestige” will become a competition that hosts additional recreational leagues within Halton & Peel Region – we’ll keep everyone posted on the progress as it unfolds.  Stay tuned.

Good luck to both teams.