Ontario/Central region

AAA Championships

Burlington Eagles to host the 2020 All-Ontario Peewee AAA Championship

The 2020 All-Ontario PeeWee AAA Championship is being held by the Burlington Eagles. The Eagles found their groove in the 2018-19 season becoming OMHA finalists, and finishing second in their regular season play. They have continued their success this year due in part to their work ethic and their “All in, All the Time” motto. This team has also had a large impact on their surrounding community, gathering a combined 3,458,837 pounds of food through Gift of Giving Back annual food drive over the past 11 years.

The PeeWee AAA Eagles are hoping to make their mark at this year’s championship and finish in first during round robin play. They hope to use their close-knit group and strong team culture to propel them to success.

The city of Burlington is hoping to lead one of the most successful All-Ontario Championships ever held, while providing a once in a lifetime experience for all of those involved. Here are a few interesting facts about the city of Burlington:

  • Burlington was named the No. 1 community in a list of Canada’s best communities according to MacLean’s magazine.
  • The city is home to one of the only naturally occurring magnetic hills
  • Current Columbus Blue Jacket, Josh Anderson played for the Burlington Eagles growing up.
  • The “Keeper of the Cup”, Phil Pritchard calls Burlington his home
  • Burlington is the home to the Royal Botanical Gardens, which features over 2700 acres of garden/nature sanctuaries.