Registration Information - 2019
The Minor Box season runs from April through June with the provincials in July. Sign up takes place in late February. The house divisions, mini-tyke and tyke are played entirely on the coast, they do NOT have to travel. Novice Players are introduced to competitive play and may travel to an off coast tournament. Pee wee, bantam and midgets play within the Lower Mainland Minor Lacrosse Commission (LMMLC) and it is this group who manages and reports on away game schedules and results.
The Field lacrosse season runs from September to February, with a break from mid-December to mid January. Practice will be canceled if field conditions are unplayable. There are no scheduled games or traveling this season.
|Early bird fees in effect until March 8th|
Register Early to take advantage of the Early-Bird Fees and to have a chance of one of these offers:
When a player registers before Feb28th, that family is entered into a draw for a Free Registration for one player. This can be applied towards your current registration (effectively a full refund) or used in another way, i.e. as a gift.
Any Family who brings in a New Registration will be entered into a draw for a 50% reduction in your Registration Fee (for one player) for the season.
(*New is defined as any player who did not register last season)
New players will need to supply a copy of their Birth Certificate and Care Card
The strength of the SCLA is directly proportional to it's base of parent volunteers. Like all good lacrosse parents you will be asked to participate and assist with team duties. If you are not able to assist your team or our Association, we ask that you instead pay a $50.00 donation, in lieu of volunteering, which will be added to your registration. If you are using the OnLine Registration option, you will be able to choose this option if you are not able to help.
The SCLA believes in the positive benefits of organized sports like Lacrosse, and wish that every Coast Kid has the opportunity to Play! There are some Opportunities which help remove financial barriers that prevent them from playing organized sport.
Direct any questions you have to the SCLA Registrar