Yeah, we got a League! And its getting better with every new season. and the next one starts July 6th, 2021 outside!

All of our Leagues operate under the League of Edges umbrella along with several other clubs from around North America.
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INDIVIDUAL  – Axe, Knife. These Leagues will be resuming in phase 2 of Ontario’s reopening plan. Stay tuned for updates.

The Tools

Axes and Knives!!!!  Together at last. We may be called Valley Axe but we offer more than what the name reveals. Knives are now included in the League options.

Both axe and knife Leagues run simultaneously  for our Individuals Leagues. That way there’s no need to choose between them. If you want to do both, then go for it! You don’t need to come in on another night. You can do them both in one visit.

Individual League

Our Individual League night has been running since 2016 with hundreds of throwers coming through the ranks.

This is the League for both curious newcomers and seasoned vets. Come join our outdoor league when phase 2 arrives.

As soon as we know what date we can bring League back we will update this page.

Feeling a bit nervous about jumping into the shark tank? Don’t be. With the League of Edges unique Skill Based Ranking, you’ll be competitive right out of the gate.

Read on to learn more about the Ranking system.

Skill Based Ranking


League of  Edges’ Skill Based Ranking system is the result of a lot of research, mostly the input of League members both past and present over the past 3 years.

Stepping onto the range among some of the more dedicated League veterans can be an intimidating experience and can often lead the newcomer to ask, “how am I suppose to hang with these killers?”

But don’t be discouraged! League of Edges is designed to build up not just your skills but also your confidence.

When you first join League your skills will be assessed by a Valley Axe team member and you will be given a ranking. Your ranking will decide the difficulty of your throws every week. Newer throwers will start with the basics, while experienced throwers will be expected to take on a greater degree of difficulty.

As you improve in your throwing you will be rewarded with a higher ranking and thus an incremental increase in difficulty to help push you to new heights.

This way we all have something to work for but are not pushed ahead before we’re ready.

The beauty of this system is that it levels the playing field between new and experienced throwers and leads to intense competition that may not exist otherwise.

We are very proud of this system and the proof is in the results.  Four different throwers have accumulated 6 World Titles since implementing this system.


This year has been a weird one to say the least. As of this update we are still in phase 1 of the provincial reopening but luckily Valley Axe has outdoor targets and can get back to league play. We will be running an outdoor, safe league as


For details and registration for Youth League CLICK HERE.