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Players should expect to play 2-3 times per week. This would include practices and league games. Although we have no restrictions on players playing other sports at the same time as lacrosse, we would certainly not recommend it. It is not fair to yourself, your teammates, or your coaches to make a team commitment and not be able to participate in as many team practices and games as possible.

Most games are played Monday through Friday evenings between 6:00 PM and 11:00 PM. The younger players are given the earlier time slots.

The registration fees subsidize team and individual pictures for each player. Fundraisers (Pub Night) subsidize ONE tournament entry fee for each team. Each team must actively participate in the fundraiser to receive the club sponsorship of a tournament entry fee.

Box Lacrosse is physically demanding and a significant degree of physical contact is allowed and expected. Lacrosse is a great way to improve a child's hand eye coordination.

Participation in the sport of Box Lacrosse has proven to have fewer noteworthy injuries to its players than have been associated with hockey, baseball or soccer.

Equipment Needed:

  • Shoulder pads
  • Lacrosse or hockey gloves
  • CSA Approved helmet
  • Mask or cage (CSA Approved)
  • Jock protector
  • Elbow pads
  • Lacrosse stick
  • Back and kidney pads
  • Slash Guards
  • Clean indoor running shoes
  • Knee pads (mandatory)
  • Mouth guard (mandatory)

First year Mini-Tyke, Tyke, and Novice players can be supplied a stick, slash guards, back and kidney pads (stock permitting). A very limited amount of equipment is available on a rental basis.

We have new players every year, and they enter at every age group. Most players show dramatic improvement over the season. All teams are formed with parity in mind and there will be experienced players playing alongside new players, boys and girls alike. This helps ensure that the new players are helped to hone their lacrosse skills.

Our Sponsors

Alberta Sportswear

Chicks with Stixs

Rhonda Lavender

3M National Coaching Certification Program

For dates and times contact:
(780) 497-5300

The Canadian Lacrosse Association requires each team in Field and Box Lacrosse to have at least one coach registered on the team who has been fully certified in the Level 1 Technical National Coaching Certification in order for the team to be eligible to play during the Regular Season, Playoffs, and Provincials in the GELC.

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