The numerous accomplishments of the Royals women include seven consecutive Premier Division championships from 2004-2010, holding the Ottawa Cup for the past five years, and reaching the Ontario Cup semi-finals in five of the past seven years.
The Royals Women's premier team have a legacy of success and have provided the city with a decade of excellence.
Perenially active in Ontario Cup playdowns, in 2006 they became the only Eastern Ontario team since the millenium to win the coveted trophy, as well as making the Royals the only club in Eastern Ontario to win both the men's and women's provincial titles.
Prior to their resurrection under the Royals, coaches Fred Juett and Andy Nera became the only coaches to hold the provincial women's title for three consecutive years from 1997-1999 with the same core of players.
Alongside current players Danielle Vella and Noel Trepanier, Juett and Nera each have four provincial championships and their accomplishments were well documented in the Ottawa Citizen
The club has benefited greatly from the longstanding success and talent on the women's team, with many of the players and the coaching staff involved in youth programs and teams.