About Our League

The league season runs from May through September. The season includes an opening tournament in May & the closing tournament at the end of September.

During the regular season each team will play a predetermined number of games against teams in their division. All games and make-up games must be completed prior to the closing tournament.

League History

2018
The League will operate with 39 teams this year. We will continue the Builder Fee partnership with RCMSPL and WCCSPL. Further expansion plans are still priority however current diamond space limits this to adding new nights in the future.
League Executive (2010 – Present)
President
Bruce Collett
Vice President/Secretary
Shellie Sawyer
Treasurer
Brandi Sinclair
2017
The League expanded to 40 teams in 5 divisions. We joined with RCMSPL & WCCSPL to form a larger group incorporating a Builder’s Fee for assistance with diamond repairs and upgrades. The joint effort puts us over 100 teams and makes us stronger and allows us to spread expenses over three leagues who share similar diamonds.
2017 League Champions
“A” Division
Regular Season – Deep Cold
Playoff Champs – Dirt Squirrels
“B” Division
Regular Season – The Roasters
Playoff Champs – Renegades
“C” Division
Regular Season – Rookie Ballers
Playoff Champs – Lucky Mitts
“D” Division
Regular Season – Sons of Pitches
Playoff Champs – Sons of Pitches
“E” Division
Regular Season – Master Batters
Playoff Champs – Can’t Wim ‘Em All
2016
The League expanded to 39 teams and added a Monday division that will cross with the Wednesday division in order to add a variety in their schedule.
2016 League Champions
“A” Division
Regular Season – Deep Cold
Playoff Champs – Deep Cold
“B” Division
Regular Season – Shoeless Joe’s
Playoff Champs – I’d Hit That
“C” Division
Regular Season – The Beers
Playoff Champs – Cujo’s Cubs
“D” Division
Regular Season – Slugs
Playoff Champs – Slugs
“E” Division
Regular Season – Scared Hitless
Playoff Champs – Nifty Mittens
2015
The League operated with 36 teams in 4 divisions. The years of relegation and promotion have allowed us to balance the divisions competitively amongst each other.
2015 League Champions
“A” Division
Regular Season – Dirt Squirrels
Playoff Champs – Dirt Squirrels
“B” Division
Regular Season – Bella’s Bruisers
Playoff Champs – Shoeless Joe’s
“C” Division
Regular Season – First Choice
Playoff Champs – Balls Deep
“D” Division
Regular Season – Rookie Ballers
Playoff Champs – Rookie Ballers
2014
The League officially incorporated as a Not-For-Profit Organization known as Good To Go Slo Pitch. Further interest in the League has expanded our Wednesday night division, increasing the League to 40 teams this year.
2014 League Champions
“A” Division
Regular Season – Deep Cold
Playoff Champs – Deep Cold
“B” Division
Regular Season – CPA Cubs
Playoff Champs – NAC Attack
“C” Division
Regular Season – The Roasters
Playoff Champs – The Roasters
“D” Division
Regular Season – First Choice
Playoff Champs – Brew Jays
2013
With additional interest in the League, we have added a Wednesday night division bringing our total number of teams to 38 for this year. The new division will grow over the years and these teams will have first rights to any openings in the Tuesday/Thursday divisions.
2013 League Champions
“A” Division
Regular Season – Deep Cold
Playoff Champs – Dirt Squirrels
“B” Division
Regular Season – Who’s on First
Playoff Champs – Who’s on First
“C” Division
Regular Season – CPA Cubs
Playoff Champs – CPA Cubs
“D” Division
Regular Season – Backdoor Sliders
Playoff Champs – Brew Jays
2012
The league will operate with 32 teams split throughout 4 divisions. We have associated with SloPitch Ontario for the 2012 season. Expansion efforts have been put on hold pending future availability of diamonds.
2012 League Champions
“A” Division
Regular Season – Dirt Squirrels
Playoff Champs – Mortgage Architects
“B” Division
Regular Season – Sox2BU
Playoff Champs – Scared Hitless
“C” Division
Regular Season – Gremlins
Playoff Champs – Connors Construction
“D” Division
Regular Season – Who’s on First
Playoff Champs – Lucky Mitts
2011
The makeup of the divisions over the past few years has allowed for a competitive balance amongst each division. We operated with 33 teams in 4 divisions with hopes of future expansion. We have also begun an endeavor to brand our own apparel with profits offsetting league expenses. The league website has been updated to reflect the Men’s and Coed leagues separately.
2011 League Champions
“A” Division
Regular Season – Dirt Squirrels
Playoff Champs – Dirt Squirrels
“B” Division
Regular Season – Nissan
Playoff Champs – Nissan
“C” Division
Regular Season – Scared Hitless
Playoff Champs – Hackers
“D” Division
Regular Season – Roasters
Playoff Champs – Roasters
2010
The league has expanded to 34 teams in 4 divisions. With the use of the University and Marden Park, the future looks promising for further growth of the league pending upgrades and construction of more diamonds.
2010 League Champions
“A” Division
Regular Season – X
Playoff Champs – No Pepper
“B” Division
Regular Season – Team Awesome
Playoff Champs – Nissan
“C” Division
Regular Season – Sox2BU
Playoff Champs – Sox2BU
“D” Division
Regular Season – Bohica
Playoff Champs – Roasters
2009
The League has expanded further to 32 teams this year. A successful 2008 year has allowed us to look into further expansion pending City of Guelph expansion of diamond availability.
2009 League Executive
President
Bruce Collett
Vice President
Mike Loder
Treasurer/Secretary
Brandi Sinclair
2009 League Champions
“A” Division
Regular Season – X
Playoff Champs – X
“B” Division
Regular Season – Balls & Dolls
Playoff Champs – Balls & Dolls
“C” Division
Regular Season – Bases Loaded
Playoff Champs – Connor’s Construction
2008
The league has expanded with the addition of 10 new teams and will continue to use the 3 Division format. We have lost some teams also but with the expansion, new diamonds at new locations have been added to house all of the teams. The league currently has 30 teams.
We have again contracted out the statistician duties and will be on the same website as last year with some new features.
2008 League Executive
President
Bruce Collett
Vice President
Mike Loder
Treasurer/Secretary
Brandi Sinclair
2008 League Champions
“A” Division
Regular Season – X
Playoff Champs – X
“B” Division
Regular Season – Frontline
Playoff Champs – Frontline
“C” Division
Regular Season – Nissan
Playoff Champs – Scared Hitless
2007
The league has tried to continue with the 3 division format. With only 21 teams, the league operated with 7 teams in each division.
The Statistician position has been removed from the Executive and is now a contract position. The Statistician duties will be expanded and some Executive duties will be reduced as a result of this change.
A new website merger with the Royal City Men’s SloPitch League will allow more exposure for both leagues – SloPitch Central (http://slopitchcentral.ca) is born.
2007 League Executive
President
Bruce Collett
Vice President
Mike Loder
Treasurer/Secretary
Brandi Sinclair
Statistician
Bob Nelson
2007 League Champions
“A” Division
Regular Season – X
Playoff Champs – X
“B” Division
Regular Season – Hartec
Playoff Champs – Bulldogs
“C” Division
Regular Season – La Bats
Playoff Champs – Frontline
2006
The league returned to the 3 division format. New interest has allowed the league 2 divisions of 8 teams and 1 division of 10.
The league joined ventures with the Royal City Men’s SloPitch League to install permanent magnetic bases at all diamonds.
2006 League Executive
President
Dwayne Scott
Vice President
Bruce Collett
Treasurer/Secretary
Brandi Sinclair
Statistician
Dwayne Scott
2006 League Champions
“A” Division
Regular Season – X
Playoff Champs – Key Mortgage
“B” Division
Regular Season – Buzz
Playoff Champs – Tequila Joe’s
“C” Division
Regular Season – Hartec
Playoff Champs – Portly Penguin
2005
The league has decided to go to 4 divisions (“A”, “B”, “C”, & “D”) due to conflicts of winning teams wanting to move up a division. There will be 6 teams in each division. Each team will play every team in their respective division then they will play a game against teams in the closest division. We lost two teams this year but have replaced them for a total of 24 teams.
2005 League Executive
President
Dwayne Scott
Vice President
Jill Gillis
Treasurer/Secretary
Brandi Sinclair
Statistician
Dwayne Scott
2005 League Champions
“A” Division
Regular Season – X
Playoff Champs – X
“B” Division
Regular Season – SaniFlo
Playoff Champs – SaniFlo
“C” Division
Regular Season – Buzz
Playoff Champs – Buzz
“D” Division
Regular Season – BJS
Playoff Champs – Gremlins
2004
“A” Division has lost 2 teams, so we have accepted 2 new teams into “B” division. The league will operate with 6 teams in “A”, 10 teams in “B” and 8 teams in “C”. We intend to return to 3 division of 8 teams in 2005.
2004 League Executive
President
Crisalee Cathcart
Vice President
Jill MacKinnon
Treasurer/Secretary
Brandi Sinclair
Statistician
Koko Gillis
2004 League Champions
“A” Division
Regular Season – X
Playoff Champs – Mortgage Intelligence
“B” Division
Regular Season – Doogie’s
Playoff Champs – Doogie’s
“C” Division
Regular Season – Buzz
Playoff Champs – Sensor Stingers
2003
The League has regained 4 teams this year and will operate again with 24 teams comprising 3 divisions of 8 teams each. As well, we have started our web site at www.gtcspl.com (no longer active).
2003 League Executive
President
Terry Sutcliffe
Vice President
Crisalee Cathcart
Treasurer/Secretary
Julie Pettitt
Statistician
Koko Gillis
2003 League Champions
“A” Division
Regular Season – Jose’s Noodle Factory
Playoff Champs – Milburn’s Auto
“B” Division
Regular Season – Wild Things
Playoff Champs – Wild Things
“C” Division
Regular Season – Doogie’s
Playoff Champs – Doogie’s
2002
The League has lost 4 teams this year and will operate with a new format – two divisions of 10 teams. We will address this issue at the end of season.
2002 League Executive
President
Charlie Clattenburg
Vice President
Jeff Tawse
Treasurer/Secretary
Charlie Clattenburg
Statistician
Charlie Clattenburg
2002 League Champions
“A” Division
Regular Season – Lyon Financial
Playoff Champs – Good Cheer
“B” Division
Regular Season – Shakers
Playoff Champs – Shakers
2001
The league will again operate with 24 teams.
2000
The League lost 2 teams and is now operating with 22 teams. “A” division has 6 while “B” & “C” continue to have 8. Following the completion of the season the top 2 teams from “B” & “C” will move up to the next division.
1999
The League continued under the structure of 24 teams in 3 divisions. There were overall winners in each of the “A”, “B” and “C” divisions as well as winners in the playoffs.
The position of the Statistician was added to the Executive.
1998
The League adopted a Uniqueness clause to ensure that the “Foundation” rules would keep the League as it was intended. A Performance Bond was also instituted.
1997
The League officially merged with the Royal City Mixed Competitive Slo-Pitch League and divided the 24 teams into three divisions.
1996
The League combined with the Royal City Mixed Competitive Slo-Pitch League, on a trial basis for the 1996 season.
The National Recreational Slo-Pitch Championships were held in Guelph August 8th through 12th, 1996.
1995
More teams joined in this year, and the League expanded to two divisions, with a total of 18 teams.
Lyon Financial won the National Recreational Slo-Pitch title.
1994
Two additional teams joined and formed two divisions of six teams each. This year there was “A” Division and “B” Division champions, as well as an overall League champion.
1993
The Guelph Township Coed Slo-Pitch League was formed with one division of ten teams playing out at Marden Park and a few city diamonds on Thursday nights only. It was more of a social gathering every Thursday night out at Marden Park.