Posts Tagged ‘Brampton’

OWSL Training and Tryouts – Update

Saturday, April 20th, 2013

The OWSL is the highest expression of women’s amateur soccer in Ontario. To promote BAS and the depth of the women’s game in Brampton, we are pleased to announce that our OWSL team will be returning for the 2013 season. Home games are in Brampton on Wednesday evenings at Terry Fox Stadium.

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BAS OWSL training and tryout dates – rain or shine:
Every Sunday starting April 21st.

Location: Heartlake Secondary School
Time:  1:00pm – 3:00pm
Notes:  Please bring running shoes for the running portion of the session

It’s important to attend all sessions, so please email us with your name, contact number, preferred position, and secondary position:  rep@bramptonsoccer.com

 

 

OWSL is coming

Saturday, July 30th, 2011

The OWSL is the highest expression of women’s amateur soccer in Ontario. To promote BAS and the depth of the women’s game in Brampton, we are pleased to announce the establishment of our own OWSL team franchise for the upcoming 2012 outdoor season. The team will be composed entirely of BAS registrants and will play home games in Brampton on Wednesday evenings. Further details will follow soon.

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2010 Boxing Day Bonanza Tournament – Info

Tuesday, November 9th, 2010
Welcome to the BAS Boxing Day Money Tournament!
Tournament takes place at the Brampton Soccer Centre on Sunday December 26th 2010;
all teams are guaranteed 3 games! Do not wait until the deadline to enter as the tournament may fill up prior to the deadline.
  • Men’s Purse = $2500* (Based on 16 teams)
  • Women’s Purse = $2500* (Based on 16 teams)
  • FREE food for participating teams
  • Early Bird Entry Fee: $325/per team (Due by Nov 1st)  – Early Bird Registration now closed.
  • Regular Entry Fee: $375/per team (Due by deadline)
  • Deadline to Enter: December 1st 2010
  • MVP Prizes for the Finals!
To register, please email: tournaments@bramptonsoccer.com
* – Cash purse prizes are based on 16 men’s teams, 16 women’s teams. Prizes may be adjusted up or down if more or less teams enter.

Weeds Have Gone Amok

Monday, May 24th, 2010

Brampton is going to weed, and residents aren’t happy about it.

But this city isn’t the only municipality grappling with dandelions after a province-wide ban was brought in that prevents the use of chemicals by municipalities to kill weeds and insects. All municipalities have been struggling to find alternate methods of combating weeds, a city committee heard this week.

It’s city boulevards, in particular, that are losing the battle against dandelions, according to city councillors.

“It’s worse this year than it’s ever been,” said Regional Councillor Grant Gibson at Wednesday’s Committee of Council meeting. He expressed concern, echoed by other councillors, that the problem is going to get even worse in the future.

Dixie/407 pitches choked out by Taraxacum officinale

Dixie/407 pitches choked out by Taraxacum officinale

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