Community Park Little League has been providing affordable baseball in North Edmonton and surrounding areas for over 25 years.
It’s that time again folks, as fall ball is winding down, we have the exciting opportunity to offer District 2 Winter Camp Revision 1.
We are offering amended pricing, including family discounts and combined with early league registration discounts. Talk to your league administrators for questions or concerns.
All three league Presidents, Admins, and Key Coaches have been diligently meeting to come up with a fresh new exciting camp to heighten the fun and development of all our players both recreational and competitive.
We will be offering highly skilled coaching at all levels with leads from all three leagues. Focus will be on both infield and outfield drills, hitting, base running, with pitching and catching being added this year. We will cater to all levels of play and ensure we evaluate appropriately ensuring the best experience for all players involved.
We are excited to work together and hope to see all our players at camp.
Winter Ball camp runs from Jan 12th to March 29th. The cost and training days are:
For ages 9 and under: $160.00 Sundays 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
For ages 10 and up: $240.00 Sundays 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Location: Kinsmen Sports Centre (9100 Walterdale Hill)
Discounts available for registering multiple players in the same household.
The Astros are the winners of the 2019 Ron Nowitskey Tournament; playoffs for Community Park Major (U12) division.
The Community Park Black Pirates took home the championship trophy for the 2019 Wayne Sperling (U16) Tournament. The annual tournament features Jr/Sr (Canadians) teams from the three District 2 Leagues.
Congratulations Black Pirates.
Congratulations to the Community Park Angels for winning the Edmonton Little League John Mitchell Majors (U12) Tournament.
The tournament took place Friday June 14th to Sunday June 16th at John Fry Park where teams from all three leagues in District 2 competed.
Congratulations to the East Park Cardinals on winning the 2019 Minor (U10) Tournament. The Cardinals finished first out of 14 District 2 minor teams from the three participating leagues.
Thank you to all the coaches, volunteers, and parents. Your effort made the annual tournament not just possible but a great experience for minor players from all over the city and beyond.
Please see below for the status of city diamonds. Note, this does not apply to Castle Downs #1 and #2 or Kirkness #1 and #2.