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Our Step By Step Green Bantam HL team came from a first game deficit to come back to win the battle of the west series tonight over Brookville.

The team now moves on to a series against the winner of the Mississauga division for the overall Bantam Division champions after Labour Day.

Congratulations to the team. Check out photo album at

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Posted by Halton Hills Minor Baseball Association at Aug 17, 2018 9:44AM PDT ( 0 Comments )

We are reaching out to all of our HHMBA Fans to ask for your help in respecting neighbours of our diamonds when coming out to cheer on the home team.

Please be respectful of the No Parking Signs at Eaton St. and Maple Creek diamonds. Please do not use private driveways to turn your cars around on Parkview and Gardiner when your player is on Barn diamond or any diamond at the Fairgrounds . Please do not park behind the businesses when you have a player at Glen Williams diamond.

Take those few extra steps and please park in the lots provided or where there is signs that show on street parking is permitted.

Thank you in advance for your consideration and your compliance.

A tryout for the 2019 Junior Men’s Team has been scheduled for Thursday August 23 from 7-10 pm at Fairgrounds 1 (Georgetown Fairgrounds (1 Park St.).

All players must preregister and pay the tryout fee prior to stepping on the field. For more information, please reach out to
Head Coach Fernando DeMelo at

Registration Link for Junior Try-Outs:

GO Eagles!



Congratulations to Coach Basillio and the Minor Pee Wee Tier 1 who won the Richmond Hill Phoenix Tournament August 10-12.

The Eagles started off strong, winning 10-0 against the East York Bulldogs on Friday night. Saturday morning saw them face the North Toronto A’s, winning 10-5 and then facing the Oakville A’s with a convincing 16-1 victory. Their 3-0 record in the round robin play of the tournament, sat them first in their pool.

Sunday morning, the Eagles went on to face the Brampton Royal, defeating them 7-4 and then moving on to the Championship game against the North Toronto A’s, where the Eagles came up on top 9-5.

Great work Pee Wee Eagles!


Coach Crawford’s Bantam team proudly shows off their Central Ontario Baseball Championship rings as they recently clinched their top spot in the Tier 2 loop .

The team now moves on to their Ontario Championships in Leamington on Labour Day weekend.