2018 National Championships - SPN Alberta Announces Host Location

Congratulations to the city of Leduc, Alberta who will host the 2018 Molson Slo-Pitch National Championships. Leduc will play host to the Mens +35 divisions, Womens C and all Coed Signature Series divisions. Slo-Pitch National looks forward to working with the City of Leduc and local SPN personnel to welcome slo-pitch players from across Canada to the Championships. For more details about this event, please contact Trevor Hauser  Please note all Alberta host teams must have participated in the 2017 Alberta Provincial Championships.

Leduc is a mid-sized city of more than 29,300 citizens next door to the Edmonton International Airport along Highway 2 and 15 minutes south of Edmonton. City of Leduc Mayor Greg Krischke was crowned Sport Tourism Champion of the Year at the Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance’s (CSTA) 10th annual PRESTIGE Awards on March 7, 2016. “I am humbled and honoured to be the recipient of this prestigious award,” said Mayor Greg Krischke. “Sport tourism is a community builder and with our volunteers, staff and great facilities we have become a choice community for events of all kinds and sizes.”

One weekend 4 Canadian Cities 300 teams 5400 players 18 Championship Titles up for grabs Slo-Pitch players from across Canada come together to compete for the Molson Slo-Pitch National Championships.  Molson Slo-Pitch 2018 National Championships! August 2-6, 2018. Use #spnnationals2018 to share your posts on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter #justplayslopitch

Complete list of Host Locations for the Molson Slo-Pitch 2018 National Championships! August 2-6, 2018.

 

 

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