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New winter sponsor: LROStaffing
5 months ago

The BASL sincerely thanks LROStaffing, owned by Ron Palaczka, for its generous contribution towards the league’s team jerseys for the 2017-18 indoor season.

Anyone on the job market, be it to hire or to be hired, would be well advised to call on LROStaffing. The firm not only has an outstanding track record after 10 years in the national capital region, but also boasts some of Ottawa’s funkiest offices at the corner of Bank and Strathcona in the Glebe.

Minutes of Summer General Meeting posted under INFO
7 months ago

Click on Info to consult the minutes from the Summer General Meeting held on Saturday, Sept. 23 at the Blackburn Arms Pub.

Highlights of the session will be sent to the BASL’s master email list by October 6.
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Cliquez sur Info pour consulter le procès-verbal de la Réunion générale d’été qui a eu lieu le samedi 23 septembre au pub Blackburn Arms.

Les faits saillants de la rencontre seront envoyés à la liste de courriels globale de la BASL d’ici le 6 octobre.

Winter Season Results
about 1 year ago

11 Shades of Grey wins the Season! And in a stunning upset, Yellow Highlight Reel snatches the double from Grey to win the Cup in a shoot-out!

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Indoor soccer shoes for Nunavut ASAP
over 1 year ago

Coach Jason DaCosta of the Gloucester Hornets and his colleague Gina Pacheco from Ottawa South United need indoor soccer shoes of all sizes for their upcoming trip to Nunavut, where they’ll be running a soccer camp for 100 children aged 8 to 18.

Please help out by bringing new or used indoor shoes to the Hornets Nest clubhouse meeting room whenever you visit the Gloucester Superdome between Feb. 6 and 15.

Congratulations to Jason and Gina on this wonderful initiative, and best wishes for success all around.

Join the BASL Facebook group
over 1 year ago

An invite from BASL veteran Phil Lefebvre to join the BASL Facebook group:

In an effort to return to six teams in summer 2017, some of us suggested to the BA exec that we increase the league’s social-media presence.

A Facebook page was created three years ago (but only two of you found it!), so we invite everyone to join the group to help heighten the BA’s visibility and hopefully recruit a few new brave souls for upcoming seasons.

If you’re a caveman and have yet to sign-up for Facebook, you’ll first have to create your account, then you can simply log on and search for the following group: Blackburn Arms Soccer League.

The page gets updates like news, pictures and links. But it offers something the website cannot: discussion and posts between players. That said, please keep in mind that this is a public site, so we want to display the same good behaviour that generally occurs on the field.

The more of us who join, the better the visibility, but you don’t need to visit the page regularly; simply joining helps. Thanks!