Withrow Ball Hockey League:

Celebrating over 40 years of fun

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Established 1976

Withrow Park Ball Hockey League is Toronto’s largest ball hockey association, fielding recreational and competitive teams for men, women and children of all ages.

It was created in 1976 with a mission to foster love of sport, team camaraderie and community connection. The league has sent teams to provincial, national and international tournaments, and every year registers more than 1,400 participants.

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Latest News

Job opportunity: League seeks operations manager

WPBHL Operations Manager General Duties: Serve and represent the WPBHL in the community. Ensure that operations of all WPBHL divisions run smoothly and efficiently, including Mens, Womens and Youth – for both House League and All Star/Competitive programs. Primary...

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Happy New Year to the WPBHL Community

Sadly, the 2020 season was mostly a lost year for your league, but while the public health situation as of today is very severe, the Board is continuing the planning that will hopefully allow both the youth and adult divisions to play in 2021. That said, we need to...

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How the New Season Is Shaping Up

With spring ball hockey registration mere months away, you may be wondering how the season is shaping up. Or will there even be a season? Those are all good questions and nobody has any clear answers right now. To that end, the Withrow Ball Hockey League has formed...

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Logo Redesign

After more than 40 years, the Withrow Ball Hockey League is getting a logo redesign. Members are working hard to come up with something that is both modern but still harkens back to our roots. Stay tuned.

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Modified Adult Season

While there was great disappointment that the youth season was cancelled, a modified adult season did proceed, and it provided the league with an idea of how future games may be played in the era of Covid. The season started in late August and was supposed to finish...

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