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Rebel Roundup 2015New  Rebel Round-Up Tyke Lacrosse Tournament

The Surrey Lacrosse Association is hosting the third annual Rebel Round-Up Tyke Lacrosse Tournament June 6-7 at Cloverdale Arena.  This fun, non-competitive tournament has 10 teams of young boys and girls (ages 6 to 8) and their families coming from all over the Lower Mainland.

We are currently in the process of organizing this event and are looking for sponsors and local businesses who would like to help and support minor lacrosse in our community.  To see how you can be a part of this special event, either by providing prize donations for raffle draws, donations of snacks and beverages for the players to enjoy after each game or financial sponsorship to help cover operational costs associated with the tournament, click here for the sponsor letter.

Hope to see y'all there!

Concussion Awareness & Management

Surrey Lacrosse is developing a program dealing with concussion awareness and management.  Click here to visit our new webpage.

U19 Youth, U12 Female Warriors Take Home Provincial Medals!

U12 Female GoldAt the Female Field Lacrosse Provincial Championships held the weekend of February 7-9, 2015 in Langley, our U12 team edged New Westminster 4-3 in the final game of the tournament to win the Gold Medal.  The girls went undefeated to bring Surrey our first ever Female division medal in only our first season of competition.  Click on the thumbnail to open the team photo.

U19 Provincials BronzeLater in the day Monday, our U19 Youth squad defeated Nanaimo 15-9 to claim the Bronze Medal in the Tier 2 class at the U19 Youth Provincial Championships, also held in Langley.  Click on the thumbnail to open the team photo.

Surrey Players Taken in Junior A Draft

Congratulations to the following Surrey Lacrosse Association players for being selected in the annual BCJLL draft:

  • Tre LeClaire, Warrior (1st overall by Delta)
  • Patrick Shoemay, Warrior (3rd overall by Burnaby)
  • Nash Kinna, Rebel (by New Westminster)
  • Ben Davies, Rebel (by Delta)
  • Sean Dyck, Warrior (by Burnaby)
  • Reece Tomkow, Warrior (by Burnaby)
  • Ben Carmichael, Rebel (by Burnaby)
  • Derek Van Yperen, Rebel (by Delta)
  • Jordan Dunbar, Warrior (by Port Coquitlam)

Calling All Box Lacrosse Referees!

Surrey Lacrosse is always looking for referees for the box lacrosse season.  Interested individuals should contact our Head Referee

BCLA is running Box Lacrosse Officials Clinics for Levels Entry, 1 and 2 throughout the pre-season and regular season.  For dates and locations, click here.  If you are interested in attending a clinic, please contact our Head Referee.

Vancouver Stealth Next Home Game

The Vancouver Stealth are back for a second season of exciting National Lacrosse League action at the Langley Events Centre!  Come out and cheer on the squad, which includes Surrey's own Cliff Smith, in their quest for the NLL Champions Cup.

The Stealth are pleased to announce they are holding Game Day Skill Sessions on chosen Stealth home dates this season.  The Game Day Skill Sessions include a ticket voucher for the upper bowl end zone, a game day item signed by Stealth players and a tour of the Stealth dressing room.  For more information, visit

Click on the thumbnails below to see photos of Cliff Smith working with our young Rebels prior to the January 31st match.

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