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New  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)

Rebels2015 Box Lacrosse Registration Now Open

Surrey Lacrosse is taking 2015 box lacrosse season registrations on-line for playing divisions from Mini-Tyke to Midget (Tots, Intermediate and Junior run registration separately).  Payment is done electronically through PayPal.

Visit our Registration Page for more information.

New  Vancouver Stealth Next Home Game / Skill Camps

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's next home game is Saturday, January 31st when they host the Colorado Mammoth.  Please visit for tickets.

The Stealth are pleased to announce they are holding Skill Development Camps January 14 - February 25 (6 sessions) as well as 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 on the camps and sessions, and to register, visit

WarriorsWarrior Winter Schedules

The Winter Session (final five league games) starts the weekend of January 10th - visit the Pacific Coast Field Lacrosse League website for details.


Rebels Box Lacrosse Pre-Season Training Sessions

Back by popular demand... gym sessions for all Mini-Tyke to Novice players starting the week of Monday, January 12th!  All sessions will be running through January and February, with times and locations as follows:

Mini-Tyke Mondays  6:00-7:00pm Sullivan Elementary  (6016 152 Street) Starting Monday, January 12
Tyke Wednesdays  6:00-7:00pm Serpentine Heights Elementary  (16126 93A Avenue) Starting Wednsday, January 14
Novice Mondays  5:30-6:30pm Coast Meridian Elementary  (8222 168A Street) Starting Monday, January 12


Parks Facilities Survey

The City of Surrey is seeking feedback from the outdoor sporting groups who use their facilities in order to consider ways to improve the experience.  Click here to take the online survey.

NOCSAE Voids Certification of Two Lacrosse Helmet Models

The Canadian Lacrosse Association issued Technical Bulletin 14-07 regarding the National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment (NOCSAE) voiding the use of Warrior Regulator and Cascade Model R helmets.  As a result, these models are no longer permitted for use in field or box lacrosse and players using these models must take appropriate measures to ensure they are following CLA rules and policies.  Cascade has subsequently developed a solution and re-certification process for the Model R helmet that has been approved by NOCSAE.  The modification will be free of charge for consumers and retailers, including shipping, with the modified Cascade R helmet models designated as the “Cascade R-M” with a specialized tamperproof label with the manufacturer’s certification statement and NOCSAE lacrosse logo affixed.

To view the CLA technical bulletin, click here.  For instructions on how to return your Cascade R helmet for certified modification, please go to .

Masters Lacrosse Registration

Lower Mainland Masters Lacrosse (LMML) is launching registration starting on December 15th for players aged 35 and older interested in continuing their field lacrosse experience.  The season runs from April to July, are trying to do a blitz in the Lower Mainland as they wish to expand from 6-8 teams for 2015.  For more information on registration, click here..

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