Mega Tournament News

2014 Mega Results

March 5, 2014 – Thank you to all the participants, fans and volunteers that made the 2014 Mega tournament such a success.

44 female teams in 3 age groups and 5 divisions participated in 90 games around the City but only 2 local teams finished in the medals. The Kingston Impact Major Atom girls won gold in the AAA/AA division while the Kingston Cast earned silver at the Major Midget AA level.

At the Major Midget AAA level, Polypus U16 (Montreal) defeated the #9 ranked Ontario team 65-53 to win gold. Kingston Cats earned  gold at AA with a 57-38 victory over Etobicoke.

The Kingston Impact Major Midget team advanced to the AA championship side but dropped a close 39-35 semi-final to Etobicoke and then lost 47-58 to the Gloucester Wolverines in the bronze medal game.

In the Major Bantam AAA/AA division, after some tough competition in the round robin, Nepean ended up defeating their cross town rival Ottawa Shooting Stars 31-28 for the gold medal. Gloucester #1 beat IEM 46-39 for bronze.

The Kingston Impact Major Bantam team started off on the wrong end of a 32-28 score to Gloucester #1 and didn’t fully recover. They ended up 1-3 for the weekend and didn’t advance to medal play.

At the AA/A level, the Cornwall Lions went undefeated winning the gold medal game against Gloucester #2 34-32. Arnprior won the bronze in a close 31-27 win over Ottawa Shooting Stars #2.

The Kingston Impact U13 #1 team playing up in the Major Bantam level did something that isn’t easy to do. They played in 3 straight 2 point games. They lost to Kemptville in a disappointing 4th quarter collapse 34-32, then lost again to the tournament champion Cornwall 38-36. Finally in what turned out to be the game that decided who would advance to the championship side, they defeated the Ottawa Shooting Stars #2 24-22 but it wasn’t enough to advance.

In the Major Atom division, the Kingston Impact went 4-0 to win their 2nd tournament of the year. In the final, Impact defeated Ottawa Shooting Stars 46-32. The bronze medal went to Ancaster who beat Brockville 44-30.

At the AA/A level, Belleville Spirits went undefeated on their way to winning the gold medal in a relatively comfortable 44-32 victory over Nepean #2. The bronze went to Kanata.


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Mega Tournament 2018

The Kingston Impact is preparing for our 2018 Mega Tournament. Since its inception in to 2010, the Kingston Impact has had nearly 350 girls teams participate in this tournament from around Ontario and Quebec.

When February 23-25, 2018

Tournament Divisions

Divisions have not yet been confirmed as our teams have yet to be finalized. The ones listed here are what we are expecting.


Major Atom Girls AA   Major Midget Girls AAA/AA
Major Midget Girls AA/A
Major Bantam Girls AAA
Major Bantam Girls AA

Major Bantam Girls A
  Junior Girls AA/A


Tournament Contact

For questions related to the overall tournament please contact us using the following information:

Name: Gillian Demelo
Phone: 613-542-8514
Mail: 432 Bernice Dr
Kingston, ON
K7M 5X4



For full detailed directions: [ Kingston_Locations_and_Parking_Directions.pdf ]


Hotel Accommodations

The Kingston Impact is looking at providing the best accommodations at the most reasonable prices.

Four Points by Sheraton

Four Points By Sheraton
$138/+ applicable tax Standard Room with 2 Queen Beds
No two night minimum
Free Parking - in our underground parking garage with in and out access
Pool & Fitness Centre
Located in the heart of Down Town Kingston
Amanda Nied
Sales Manager

Courtyard Marriott

Court Yard Marriott
103 Dalton Ave

Tournament Package

Holiday Inn Kingston Waterfront
First Canada Inn