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The WOAA Senior AA Hockey League is a Senior "AA" ice hockey league in Southwestern Ontario. Governed by the Western Ontario Athletic Association, the league follows all Hockey Canada guidelines but has elected to remain independent since 1942, despite the fact that the WOAA works in tandem with the Ontario Minor Hockey Association and governs all minor hockey in the region around the Georgian Triangle. Many of the WOAA's teams originated in OHA Senior B leagues, but jumped to the stable WOAA when the OHA Senior leagues imploded in the late 1980s. The WOAA is the oldest senior hockey league in Ontario.

The governing body of the WOAA, known by the same name, controls all regional Senior and Minor Hockey, as well as Softball. The league was founded in 1942 and was formerly known as "Intermediate", a level which was absorbed by the Senior class in the late 1980s.

Also, in 1999 the Cambridge Hornets of the MLH had a 2-game pre-season exhibition series against the Durham Thundercats. The Thundercats won the first game 4-3, while the Hornets took game two 2-1.

Member TeamsEdit

North Division
Team Centre Arena
Durham Thundercats Durham, Ontario Durham Community Centre
Elora Rocks Elora Elora & District Community Centre
Lucknow Lancers Lucknow Lucknow & District Sports Complex
Mapleton-Minto 81's Palmerston, Harriston, Drayton Palmerston & District Community Centre, Harriston Arena, PMD Drayton Arena
Ripley Wolves Ripley, Ontario Ripley-Huron Complex
Saugeen Shores Winterhawks Saugeen Shores, Ontario Saugeen Shores Community Complex
Shallow Lake Crushers Shallow Lake, Ontario Shallow Lake Arena
Shelburne Muskies Shelburne, Ontario Centre Dufferin Recreation Complex
South Division
Team Centre Arena
Clinton Radars Clinton Central Huron Community Complex
Huron East Centenaires Seaforth Seaforth & District Community Centre
Milverton Four Wheel Drives Milverton Perth East Recreation Complex
Petrolia Squires Petrolia Greenwood Recreation Centre
Tavistock Royals Tavistock Tavistock & District Recreation Centre
Tillsonburg Thunder Tilsonburg Tilsonburg Community Centre

WOAA ChampionsEdit

Modern Era ListEdit

Senior "AA"
2016 Clinton Radars
2015 Tillsonburg Thunder
2014 Komoka Classics
2010 Elora Rocks
2009 Saugeen Shores Winterhawks
2008 Tavistock Royals
2007 Elora Rocks
2006 Durham Thundercats
2005 Elora Rocks
2004 Durham Thundercats
2003 Palmerston 81's
2002 Milverton Four Wheel Drives
2001 Durham Thundercats
2000 Milverton Four Wheel Drives
1999 Milverton Four Wheel Drives
1998 Durham Thundercats
1997 Durham Thundercats
1996 Durham Thundercats
1995 Tavistock Royals
Senior "A"
2016 Tilsonburg Thunder
2015 Ripley Wolves
2010 Milverton Four Wheel Drives
2009 Lucan-Ilderton Jets
2008 Palmerston 81's
2007 Durham Thundercats
2006 Palmerston 81's
2005 Lucan-Ilderton Jets
2004 Georgian Bay
2003 Wingham Bulls
2002 Wingham Bulls
2001 Wingham Bulls
2000 Monkton Wildcats
1999 Palmerston 81's
1998 Shelburne Muskies
1997 Goderich
1996 Brussels Bulls
1995 Wiarton
1994 Durham Thundercats*
1993 Durham Thundercats*
1992 Durham Thundercats*
Senior "B"
2010 Goderich Pirates
2009 Milverton Four Wheel Drives












1997 Lucknow
1996 Dundalk
1995 Ripley
1994 Ripley
1993 Grand Valley
1992 Lion's Head

(*) Denotes WOAA Grand Champion, a title that no longer existed past 1994.

Intermediate Era ListEdit

WOAA Grand Champions
1991 Arthur
1990 Brussels
1989 Durham Thundercats
1988 Brussels
1987 Lion's Head
1986 Woodford
1985 Woodford
1984 Ripley
1983 Lion's Head
1982 Ripley
1981 Mitchell
1980 --
1979 Lion's Head
1978 Mount Forest
1977 Mount Forest
1976 Mount Forest
1975 Plattsville
1974 Harriston
1973 Milverton
1972 Milverton
1971 Milverton
1970 Seaforth
1969 Crediton
1968 Crediton
1963-67 --
1962 Fergus
1961 Philipsburg
1960 Philipsburg
1959 --
1958 Palmerston
1957 --
1956 Exeter
1955 Lucan
1954 Goderich
1953 Durham Huskies
1952 Durham Huskies
1951 Wingham
1950 Wingham
1949 Kincardine
Intermediate "A"
1991 Durham Thundercats
1990 Brussels
1989 Durham Thundercats
1988 Brussels
1987 Durham 72's
1986 Woodford
1985 Woodford
1984 Wingham
1983 Woodford
1982 Durham 72's
1981 Southampton
Intermediate "B"
1991 Arthur
1990 Arthur
1989 Brussels
1988 Monkton
1987 Wellesley
1986 Kincardine
1982-85 --
1981 Mitchell
1980 Wiarton
1979 Durham 72's
1978 Thornbury
1977 Mount Forest
1976 --
1975 Arthur
1974 Harriston
1973 Harriston
1972 Milverton
1971 Listowel
Intermediate "C"
1991 Drayton
1990 Drayton
1989 Lion's Head
1988 Lion's Head
1987 Lion's Head
1986 Lion's Head
1982-85 --
1981 Lion's Head
1980 Mitchell/Lion's Head
1979 Lion's Head
1978 Mount Forest
1977 Plattsville
1976 Mount Forest
1975 Durham 72's
Intermediate "D"
1989 Lucknow
1988 Ripley
1987 Ripley
1986 Ripley
1985 Ripley
1984 Ripley
1983 Lion's Head
1982 Ripley
1981 Ripley
1980 Drayton
1979 Ripley
1978 Drayton
1977 Ripley
1976 --
1975 --
1974 Belgrave
1973 Belgrave
1972 Kurtzville
1971 Kurtzville
1970 Belgrave
1957-69 --
1956 St. Clements
1955 Poole
1951-54 --
1950 Poole

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