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Brampton Blazers Blast May 10-12, 2019

Brampton has been hosting the Brampton Blazers Blast for more than a decade. It is a multi-Tier tournament near the beginning of the season, a great opportunity to play against teams from all over. In recent years there have been more than 70 teams from Ontario and beyond.

2018 results below – All information below is 2018 Tournament information.

Player Profile 2018 – Download, print, and bring to the tournament. They will be made available to the scouts.

Confirmed Registrants

Brampton Blazers
Oakville Angels
Milton Bats

Brampton Blazers Gold
Brampton Blazers Burgundy
Dragons Sud-Ouest (T2)
Halton Hawks (T2)
Oakville Angels (T1)
Aurora Diggers
Port Perry Angels (T2)
Mississauga Southwest Hurricanes
LaSalle Athletics (T2)
Port Perry (T2)
Milton Bats ’06 (T1)
LaSalle Athletics (T1)
Milton Bats (T2)
Oshawa Lady B’s (T2)
Oakville Angels (T2)
Barrie Storm (T?)
Whitby Eagles (T2)

Brampton Blazers Gold
Brampton Blazers Burgundy
Vaughan Vikings ’04
Fury Softball (T1)
Quebec Rebelles (T1)
Oakville Angels (T1)
Port Perry Angels (T1)
Kitchener Klassics Black (T1)
Etobicoke Mayhem (T?)
Oshawa Lady B’s (T2)
Chatham Golden Eagles
Whitby Eagles (T2)
Halton Hawks (T1)
Richmond Hill Rebels (T2)
LaSalle Athletics ’04 (T1)
Barrie Storm (T1)
Oakville Angels (T2)

Brampton Blazers Gold
Brampton Blazers Burgundy
Fury Softball (T2)
Waterloo Ghosts (T1)
Port Perry Angels (T2)
Stouffville Storm (T2)
Mississauga Southwest Hurricanes (T1)
UTM Revolution 2K2 (T1)
Mississauga Southwest Hurricanes (T1)
Oakville Angels (T2)
Tavistock Athletics ’02 (T1)
Guelph Gators (T1)
Brantford Bobcats
Barrie Storm (T2)
Mississauga North Tigers (T1)
Whitby Eagles (T2)
Peterborough Thunder (T2)
Stittsville 56ers’ (T2)

Brampton Blazers College University Showcase Accommodation List – click here to print pdf copy


Accommodation Partners

The following Brampton accommodation hotels are pleased to welcome participants, family and friends to the Brampton Blazers College/University Showcase, Brampton Ontario. Please contact the hotel of choice directly to make your reservation. Brampton Girls Softball Association thanks you for supporting their partnership with these selected hotels. Room rates and blocks are guaranteed till April 27, 2018 based on availability and do not include applicable taxes.

Courtyard by Marriott

90 Biscayne Cres., Brampton

905.455.9000, 905.460.3507

Nasir Jamil, Director of Sales & Marketing

15 king with pull out are blocked with fridge and microwave

Complimentary Wi-Fi and hot breakfast

Pool/slide, whirlpool, exercise room,

Business centre, laundry facilities

$159.00 per rm

Hilton Garden Inn Toronto/Brampton

2648 Steeles Ave. E., Brampton


Melanie Gomes, Director of Sales

10 two queen bed rooms and 20 king bed rooms blocked, fridge & microwave

Complimentary Wi-Fi

Pool, exercise room, laundry facilities

Business centre, restaurant & bar onsite

$165.00 per rm.

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites

10 Nevets Rd., Brampton

905.791.7433, 1.800.465.4325

Athithan Siva, Assistant General Manager

3 two queen beds, 7 king with sofa bed blocked with fridge & microwave,

Complimentary hot breakfast & Wi-Fi

Pool, hot tub, exercise room

Business centre, laundry facilities

Newly renovated

$139.00 per rm.

Sheridan College Residence &

Conference Centre

7897 McLaughlin Road, Brampton

905.874.4393 x3021

Kelly McLellan, Sales & Conference Coordinator

100 two bedroom suites with fridge and microwave

Complimentary Coffee/tea fruit station

Complimentary Parking, WiFi

$84.95 per rm

Booking deadline May 1, 2018

Brampton Blazers
Brampton Blazers
UTM Revolution
Vaughan Vikings (T1)
Oakville Angels (T1)
Port Perry (T2)
Mississauga Southwest Hurricanes (T1)
Springfield Brewers (T1)
Kawartha Lakers (T1)
Kawartha Lakers (T2)
Six Nations Orange (T1)
Waterloo Gold (T1)
Ontario Yankees (T1)
Guelph Gators (T1)


IMPORTANT TOPICS   – Click here for a pdf copy

Please visit us at for further details a s to locations of softball diamonds, teams and schools. All information will be updated & posted on our website by May 4th. 


  • Mite/Squirt – 400 Queen St W, Brampton 
  • Novice – 202 County Ct Blvd, Brampton 
  • Novice – 515 Steeles Ave W  
  • Bantam – 400 Queen St W, Brampton 
  • Bantam – 330 Main St N, Brampton  
  • Midget – 497 Main St S, Brampton  
  • Midget – 7970 Mavis Rd, Brampton


  1. Beer Store – 55 Charolais Blvd, Brampton
  2. Beer Store – 2890 Queen St E, Brampton 
  3. Beer Store – 69 First Gulf Blvd, Brampton 
  4. LCBO – 545 Steeles Ave E, Brampton 
  5. LCBO – 27 George St N, Brampton 


Sporting Areas – Starting January 1, 2015, smoking is no longer allowed at publicly-owned outdoor sporting areas, spectator areas, sporting areas and public areas within 20 meters of any point of the edge of the sporting or spectator areas. Penalties – Anyone caught smoking on or around these sporting areas may be charged with an offence, and if convicted could face a maximum fine of $1,000 (for a first offence) or $5,000 (for any further offence). 

 City of Brampton Parking Enforcement Laws 

Parking By-Laws 

In addition to responding to requests from the public, Enforcement Officers enforce the City’s Traffic and Parking By-law which, amongst other things, stipulates that a vehicle may NOT be parked on the street: 

  • a.  between the hours of 2 a.m. and 6 a.m.; and  
  • b.  for more than three (3) hours at a time 

Unless Consideration is given by the City to violate these offences. Parking by-law signs posted on every roadway entering the City of Brampton. These bylaws are City-wide, unless posted otherwise, and identify the City of Brampton parking rules. 

We have contacted the Parking Enforcement for the City and they are aware of our tournament and will make consideration provided you are not breaking the following laws at Duggan Park. 

Map Red = No Parking 

Map Yellow = Parking is allowed in some areas 

Map No Color = Park at your own risk 

  1. ZERO PARKING on Vodden at any time during the day or night. 
  2. Brampton Fire Station is next to paved driveway into Duggan Field (Entrance/Exit into Duggan Park is to remain open at all times, they will issue tickets for blocking the Entrance/Exit) 
  3. ZERO PARKING on the grass 
  4. Handicapped parking will be enforced 
  5. No stopping for drop-offs and pickups on Vodden (Main street for traffic) 
  6. Look for street signs were parking is not allowed (North end of Centre Street across from Housing complex. 
  7. Park at your own risk on Raine Court off Mara Crescent
  8. Park at your own risk on Locustwood Court off Centre Street. 
  9. No blocking pathway on Centre or Ken Whillans streets; they need to provide access for Brampton City Vehicles and foot traffic into the diamonds. 
  10. Any vehicle parked away from the curb more than 12 inches (1 Ft) will be issued a ticket. 
  11. Don’t block Fire Hydrants in Brampton. 

Duggan Park suggestion by the City Enforcement Department: 

  1. 120 parking spots inside Duggan Park 
  2. Car pool if possible 
  3. Parking along Centre Street were prohibited 
  4. Parking along Ken Whillans Drive were prohibited 
  5. Park along Mara Crescent off Ken Whillans (3 Hrs. max) 
  6. Park along Sproule Drive off Ken Whillans (3 Hrs. max.) 
  7. They will be around to check on our diamonds but will work with us the best they can 

Duggan Park & Map (See above comments RED & Yellow) 

 Brampton Civic Hospital 

2100 Bovaird Drive East 

Brampton, ON 

L6R 3J7 

(10km from Brampton Fairgrounds) 

 Always Dial 9-1-1 for all emergencies 

POLICE (NON-EMERGENCY) 905-453-3311 


PET POISON  HOTLINE 1-800-213-6680 


Dairy Queen

133 Queen Street 


Wally’s On Steels

1315 Steele’s Ave East 


Sonny’s Drive – In – Huge Burgers & lots of Fries (CASH ONLY) 

21 Kennedy Road North 


RD’s Southern BBQ – Southern need I say more! 

25 Aventura Court 


Moxie’s Bar & Grill 

56 Peel Centre Drive 


Burrito Boyz 

210 Queen Street East 


Wimpy’ s Diner – Americana Style Diner 

10178 Hurontario Street 


Harvey’s – Near Duggan Park 

320 Main Street North 


Mary Brown’s Chicken & Taters 

10045 Hurontario Street Unit # 8  


Portland Jerk – Caribbean 

9025 Torbram Road 



 Gage Park 

2 Wellington Street West 


Glowzone 360 

9446 McLaughlin Road North (Across from Fred Kline Diamonds) 


Laser Quest 

241 Clarence Street  


Toprock Climbing 

284 Orenda Road Unit # 8 


SilverCity Brampton Movies 

50 Great Lakes Drive 


Cineplex Movies 

20 Biscayne Crescent 




Wilfred Laurier University 




University of Toronto 


We’re hoping with the schedule being finalized those Higher Education Schools that haven’t confirmed their place at this year tournament in Brampton will now, we had a number of schools waiting for confirmation of the schedule due to various concerns (Combine, placement of teams on diamonds in Brampton) 

I believe we have completed this task to the best of our abilities. 

*** Athletes we have created a profile for you to fill out, print some copies and bring with you to the tournament if you wish to provide those schools with some further information about yourself while you speak with them directly. – You can find the Athlete Profile on our website under Showcase. ***

Thank you for joining us in May 2018 

Bill Day 

BGSA President