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Poker NightNew  Rebels Senior Teams Texas Hold'em Poker Night Fundraiser

The Surrey Rebels Junior and Intermediate Lacrosse Teams are hosting a Texas Hold'em Poker Night Saturday, May 10th, 7:00pm at Tynehead Hall (9568 168th Street) to raise funds for the 2014 season.  Top prize of $1,000!  Come on out and support our senior teams.

Click here for more information about the event.

New  2014 Season News

Governor/General Manager Darren St. Pierre is please to welcome Ryan Mosdell as the new head coach of the Junior Rebels.  Mosdell has been associated with Surrey Lacrosse for a number of seasons, first as a player for the Junior Rebels and then as an assistant coach in the minor division.  Ryan played Junior A for the PoCo Saints before finishing his junior career with the Rebels.  He is currently a member of the West Coast Senior Lacrosse Association Tri-City Bandits.

New  2014 Schedule

The Surrey Rebels' 2014 regular season schedule is posted on our Schedule Page.  We open with a pair of games at the Port Coquitlam Recreation Complex Saturday, April 19th and Sunday, April 20th in the inaugural Easter weekend season kick-off tournament involving all teams.  Saturday we face the Coquitlam Adanacs while Sunday we meet the Port Moody Thunder.

Our home opener is Monday, April 28th when we host the Burnaby Lakers at Cloverdale Arena, 8:00pm face-off.


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