Upcoming Annual General Meeting (AGM)

Everyone is welcome to attend the Annual General Meeting. Elections for the 2020 Executive Board Members will take place at this time.

If you are interested in re-applying for an executive position for the 2020 season, or interested in becoming part of the Forest Glade Baseball League executive board, please complete the form below indicating the position(s) that you are willing to stand for. Entries must be submitted before August 21st, 2019:


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Weekend Results: August 16th to 18th

Two of our teams are coming home with big wins this weekend. 

Leading off, our Midget Girls Fastpitch Team earned the title of the 2019 OSSTA (Ontario Select Softball Tournament Association) Provincial Champions, beating Erindale by a score of 4-2.

Lastly, our Midget boys participated in the South Shore Select year-end tournament. They started the weekend with a tough loss to the Windsor South Canadians 5-4, then came back Saturday to win 13-1 to place them in the quarter finals Sunday, where the boys won 13-0 against Amherstburg, 14-5 against Essex in the Semis and returned to the Championship game to face off with the South Canadian again winning 13-0.
This makes back to back golds for the midget team in the year end tournament.

For some it’s the end of an era and others the journey still continues, way to make the Falcons soar!


Weekend Results: August 2nd to 5th

Our Littlest Falcons, the T-Ball Select team, made Forest Glade Baseball League history over the weekend by winning the ‘A’ Division at the World T-Ball Tournament in Ancaster!

It went right down to the wire on last batter with a homerun by Michel Thivierge who had to slide at the plate to win the game by 1 run over the Erindale Cardinals.

 Here’s an article on the win as well as a video interview with CBC News:

The Squirt girls battled this weekend in Whitby; going undefeated in round robin play. With a 6-0 win over Kingston, 12-5 win over Whitby White and a 13-0 win over Brantford. Finishing with a +20 run differential and 5 defensive runs allowed. Our girls had to settle for playing in the bronze medal game, falling short to Unionville 9-5 to place 4th in the tournament.