Due to field closures, the start of the Winter Session has been delayed to the weekend of January 15th at the earliest. All games scheduled for the weekend of January 8-9 have been cancelled and will not be rescheduled.
Surrey Lacrosse would like to return the BEAST season.
We will be starting drop-ins for both female and males in the divisions Peewee (11-12 year olds), Novice (9-10 year olds), Tyke (7-8 year olds), and Mini-Tyke (5-6 year olds) beginning in January with regular indoor practices to either learn the skill or re-acquaint your skills. Either way, this is all for you!
We have a new leadership that will inspire coaches and players from across the club. We intend to make this a season to remember! We will be mandated to adhere to any return to play sport directives under ViaSport and/or our very own BCLA (BC Lacrosse Association).
The indoor drop-ins will include appropriate skill training with certified and/or coaches in training (we welcome new coaches to jump in and learn early) and your player peers. We look to have ability centred training so no kid “looks out of place”.
For more information on registration, visit our Box Registration Page.
The Womens Division and Youth Divisions 2021/2022 Winter Session schedules have been posted on the Pacific Coast Field Lacrosse League website.
The Arena Lacrosse League is excited to announce a partnership with Langley Events Centre that will bring the “ALL” (as it is officially known) to British Columbia. The ALL, which is currently preparing for its 5th season in Ontario, is the official minor league to the National Lacrosse League, providing a high-level development league for players, coaches, and officials with professional aspirations. The ALL West Division will begin play this December. Click here to read the press release, and to learn more about the league, click here to visit the ALL website.
Congratulations to the U12 Warriors for winning the Gold Medal at the 2020 Women's Provincials, held February 14-17 in Burnaby. The girls upset previously undefeated New Westminster 7-5 to claim the Tier 1 crown. In other Women's action that weekend, kudos to the U15 Team #2 Warriors took home the Tier 2 Silver Medal after a 14-5 setback to a very strong Port Coquitlam squad, while the U15 Team #1 Warriors finished 4th in Tier 2, despite having no spares and a goalie playing with a broken thumb.
In Youth action, congratulations go out to the U15 Warriors who brought home the Tier 2 Bronze Medal after knocking off Burnaby 8-6 at their Youth Provincials, held February 14-17 in Richmond. The U13 Warriors travelled to Nanaimo for their Youth Provincials February 7-8, and while no medalling, had a strong finish to their season.
Special thank yous go out to all coaches and managers for helping create teamwork and mentoring these teams to compete at a provincial level. Many thanks as well to the siblings, parents, families, and athletes for doing whatever it takes to get your kids to practices and games in all types of environments. This work creates community and it shows!