Israel to Compete in 2019 WJLC

International Indoor Junior Lacrosse (IIJL) and the World Junior Lacrosse Championships (WLJLC) announced on Monday afternoon that Israel will be one of the six nations competing in the 2019 WJLC. The event will take place in Hamilton, ON at the FirstOntario Centre from August 6th-11th.  Israel is the fifth nation added to the 2019 tournament … Continue reading Israel to Compete in 2019 WJLC

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Player Profile: David Anderson

David Anderson is a junior attackman/midfielder at Culver Military Academy (IN) and plays JR. A for the Toronto Beaches in the OJALL and JR. B with the Oakville Buzz in the OJBLL during the summer as well. Anderson also played for the Iroquois last summer in Saskatoon at the World Junior Lacrosse Championship (WJLC). Back in … Continue reading Player Profile: David Anderson

OJCLL Announces Changes Following Annual General Meeting

Photo Credit Clifford Skarstedt/Peterborough Exaimner Over the weekend the Ontario Junior C Lacrosse League (OJCLL) held their annual general meeting where commissioner Reg Holinshead announced many changes for the 2019 season. These changes included the addition of new teams and teams leaving the league. There were also some executive changes as well. The Mimico Mountaineers … Continue reading OJCLL Announces Changes Following Annual General Meeting

Coquitlam Silences Brampton in Overtime to Win the Minto Cup

Photo Courtesy of In Lacrosse We Trust The best game of the tournament would need overtime to decide the outcome as the Coquitlam Adanacs captured the Minto Cup championship. Brampton would put together an impressive comeback and force overtime, but Coquitlam used those extra ten minutes to their advantage. Early on in the game it … Continue reading Coquitlam Silences Brampton in Overtime to Win the Minto Cup

Huge Second Period Helps Brampton Defeat Coquitlam and Stay Alive

Photo Courtesy of In Lacrosse We Trust It would be a very tight back and fourth battle all game long. A huge second period would help push Brampton out and secure the 12-8 win and stay alive in the finals. The first quarter would be very tight as both squads battled back and fourth on … Continue reading Huge Second Period Helps Brampton Defeat Coquitlam and Stay Alive

The Chaos Has Settled, Coquitlam Takes a 2-0 Lead in the Minto Cup Finals

Photo Credit: Cliff McCraig After 48 hours of madness we would finally have a game! Coquitlam would be able to overcome missing Ryland Rees and their offense looked very good as a big second period would help them secure the win and go up 2-0 in the series. In the first quarter both teams would … Continue reading The Chaos Has Settled, Coquitlam Takes a 2-0 Lead in the Minto Cup Finals

2018, Not a Banner Year For The CLA

Photo Credit: Cliff McCaig The Canadian Lacrosse Association (CLA) has not had the best track record as of late. First it was the dispute between the CLA and Player Association that almost blocked Canada from going to the FIL World Lacrosse Champions in Israel this summer. That was finally resolved and from then on it … Continue reading 2018, Not a Banner Year For The CLA

Jeff and Dan Teat Suspened

Photo Credit: Dave Fryer On Wednesday morning it was reported by Jake Elliot that both Brampton Excelsiors player Jeff Teat and coach Dan Teat would be suspended for three games.    This decision from the CLA comes after Tuesday’s game one of the Minto Cup Finals in which the Coquitlam Adanacs beat the Brampton Excelsiors … Continue reading Jeff and Dan Teat Suspened

Coquitlam Takes 1-0 Lead Over Brampton in the Minto Cup Finals

Photo Courtesy of Coquitlam Adanacs In a series that was supposed to be one sided in Brampton's favor they would lose game one in a tight battle. People are starting to take back what they said about Coquitlam as they were able to defeat Brampton 11-9 to take a 1-0 lead in the 2018 Minto … Continue reading Coquitlam Takes 1-0 Lead Over Brampton in the Minto Cup Finals