WEEKLY PICKLEBALL LEAGUE

Beginner and Advanced Pickleball Leagues!!

EA Weekly Pickleball League is a development doubles league where you don’t need to have a registered partner. Each week you will be assigned to play with 3 other partners, battling for individual points. EA tallies your points and ranks you in the league standing. You will be put to play against another set of players in the following week.

PROGRAM

DAY

TIME

MUNICIPAL

COURT

SEASON

Monday

6:00-9:00pm

Barrie

MAC ES

Feb-Apr

Monday

6:00-8:00pm

Bradford

Innisfil

Killarney Beach PS

Feb-Mar

Monday

6:00-8:00pm

Uxbridge

Scott Central PS

Feb-Mar

Monday

8:00-10:00pm

Uxbridge

Scott Central PS

Feb-Mar

Monday

6:00-8:00pm

Cannington

Brock HS

Feb-Mar

Monday

8:00-10:00pm

Cannington

Brock HS

Feb-Mar

Tuesday

6:00-8:00pm

East Gwillimbury

Harvest Hills

Jan-Apr

Tuesday

8:00-10:00pm

East Gwillimbury

Harvest Hills

Jan-Apr

Monday

5:00-7:00pm

East Gwillimbury

Ross Family Complex

Jan-Apr

Monday

7:00-9:00pm

East Gwillimbury

Ross Family Complex

Jan-Mar

Wednesday

12:00-2:00pm

Aurora

AFLC

Jan-Mar

Thursday

1:00-3:00pm

Aurora

AFLC

Jan-Mar

Friday

1:00-3:00pm

Aurora

AFLC

Jan-Mar

Wednesday

2:00-4:00pm

Aurora

AFLC

Jan-Mar

Friday

11:00-1:00pm

Aurora

AFLC

Jan-Mar

Saturday

2:15-4:00pm

Stouffville

Whitchurch Highlands PS

Jan-Mar

How to do well in a pickleball league

  1. Practice: The more you practice, the better prepared you will be for the tournament. Work on your skills and techniques, and try to get as much game experience as possible. EA offers Pickleball Lessons and Clinics to improve your game!
  2. Know your opponents: If you know who you will be playing against, research their strengths and weaknesses and come up with a strategy to counter them.
  3. Warm up properly: Make sure to properly warm up before each match to prevent injuries and improve your performance.
  4. Stay hydrated: Drink plenty of water before and during the tournament to keep your body hydrated and help you perform at your best.
  5. Stay focused: Keep your mind on the game and try to block out distractions. Stay positive and don’t let mistakes or setbacks discourage you.
  6. Communicate with your partner: If you are playing doubles, communicate with your partner and work together to come up with a winning strategy.
  7. Have fun: Ultimately, the most important thing is to enjoy the experience and have fun. If you are having a good time, you are more likely to play your best.