Congratulations to Matthew McIlwrick from the Adanacs Field Lacrosse Association, who is the worthy recipient of the 2015/16 Bursary offered by the PCFLL.
The Adanacs Field Lacrosse Club is hosting a Coaching Symposium Friday, September 16th and Saturday, September 17th at the David Lam Campus at Douglas College, Coquitlam.
For more information,
In conjunction with the U19 Women’s World Youth Tournament and the U19 Men’s World Championships, taking place this July in Coquitlam,
Team BC will host a Girl’s Field Lacrosse Clinic following the conclusion of the Women’s World Tournament.
Team BC is comprised of top lacrosse players from all over British Columbia. Our Field Lacrosse teams participate in US
recruitment tournaments and National Invitational Tournaments. The majority of our Team BC coaches and players have grown up playing both Field and Box
lacrosse. Hosting this clinic allows coaches to share some of their knowledge and experience with the Lacrosse Community. This will be a great
opportunity for any player as they will have the chance to meet the Team BC staff, current and former players, ask questions, and of course work on their
The clinic is open to all girls, players do not have to have any prior experience with Women’s Field Lacrosse, and participants will be
- When: Tuesday, July 12th, 10:00 am-12:00 pm
- Where: Coquitlam Town Centre Turf Field 3
- Cost: Free
- What to bring: Girls Field Lacrosse stick,
goggles, mouth guard and proper footwear (running shoes, cleats or turf boots). Extra sticks and goggles for new players will be available on site
- How to register: Please contact Sue Kinna at email@example.com to register for the clinic.
The Joint Officials Coaches Abuse Panel (JOCAP) was created to put an end to the copious amount of verbal abuse that coaches,
players, parents and fans inflict on the officials in our game and is comprised
of twelve members – six from the BC Lacrosse Officials Association (BCLOA) and six from the BC Lacrosse Coaches
Association (BCLCA). JOCAP’s mandate, as directed by both the BC Lacrosse Officials and Coaches Technical
Support Groups during the 2015 Joint Special Session, is for both the officials and
coaches sectors to work together to identify why there is so much abuse and to find solutions to
this ongoing issue. Strong recommendations have been made to the Directorates for suspensions
to help eliminate the abuse. For more information on JOCAP and to view instruction to officials for 2016,