This past 2017 softball season had the McLeod Royals fielding a total of 58 players on 8 teams. We had two U4 (nerf) teams, three U6 (t-ball) teams, two U8 (coach pitch) teams and one U10 (Mites) team. All of our teams participated in the Homesteader Fun-O-Rama tournament this season, and our Mites team also participated in the Serenity Landry Tournament, also representing our community incredibly well by participating in the Alberta provincial tournament during the Canada Day weekend.

Our strong numbers among the younger age groups position us well for growth next season. We are hoping to maintain and increase our number of young players in the future and are also hoping to form some teams in the U12, U14, U16 and U19 age categories in the 2018 season.

McLeod will be hosting the inaugural Gord Matlock T-Ball & Coach Pitch tournament on May 12, 2018. Gord recently retired after organizing softball, at the community and district level, for the past 25 years. We’d like to honor his many hours of volunteer service! Tournament participants will be McLeod’s U4 U6 U8 teams, and other teams from northeast community leagues.

Thanks to all the players, coaches, parents and umpires for a great season, and we look forward to seeing you back on the diamond in the spring of 2018.

2018 registration takes place at McLeod Hall 14715- 59 Street.

  • February 7 – 6-8:30pm 
  • February 27 – 6-8:30pm 
  • March 7 – 6-8:30pm

McLeod’s  community service policy is one service commitment option per child registered to a maximum of two per family. The following options will be able available at registration:

  • McLeod Community Events 
  • WEM Tickets | Bingo Workers 
  • Waive Service (pay it out)          

If you request WEM tickets or if you waive your service, you will pay for these options along with your baseball registration fees. All other service options will require a signed but undated cheque for $150.00 per child. If you fulfill your service commitment your cheque will be returned to you. If your service commitment is unfulfilled, McLeod will cash your cheque. 

The total amount due for each player will be: fee for the baseball program + membership + optionally (Community Service depending on the commitment). This amount can be paid by cash, credit or debit. Personal cheques are only accepted for he community service option, not payment.

Please go here for our Voucher Policy.

For more information, contact Richard at