Girls' field lacrosse Winter Skills Clinic is happening Saturdays, until March 2, 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
The clinic will run for eight consecutive Saturdays at the ILA, 3201 Second Line, Hagersville. This skills clinic is for new and returning players to develop fundamental skills over the winter. It is a great way to introduce your child to the sport before our house league and rep programs begin.
Cost is $50 for all sessions or $10 on a drop in basis. Payment required at first session. Participants must either be registered for the 2019 season or for our try-before events. Register now, click here.
Questions? Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
* mouthguard required. Sticks available to borrow during session.
The outdoor girls' field lacrosse season runs from April to the end of July.
Hamilton offers rep teams for all ages and a house league for those age U13. The house league will give local players and their parents a chance to join the growing ranks of lacrosse players in Canada. Hamilton's girls' field lacrosse has been growing every year since its induction in 2011. Our rep teams participate in the Ontario Women's Field Lacrosse League, OWFL.
Hamilton's house league for girls ages 4 to 11, is expected to run eight weeks on Tuesdays starting in mid-May. Players and their parents will learn and develop their lacrosse skills in a fun and creative environment.
Hamilton's rep teams run from the end of March to the end of July or start of August. These teams are offered from U11 up to Senior divisions and will participate in games on either Saturday or Sunday from May to July with a final provincial tournament at the end of the season. Rep teams usually practice on Tuesdays and Thursdays. While these are rep teams, we do encourage new players in the younger age categories. HLA promotes learning and fundamentals in order to develop the well rounded players.
Girls' field lacrosse requires minimal equipment. Goggles, stick, mouth guard and cleats are all a player required to play. All new U11 age registrations will receive an entry level stick with their paid registration.
Hamilton Girls' Field Lacrosse Director s Bill Moore will be happy to answer any questions new or returning players may have. Please contact him at email@example.com
Congratulations to the following Bengals who have moved on or have committed to OUA and NCAA play. We hope to see all our 2000s come back to play Senior in 2019!
2018 - Hannah Moore, Grand Valley State - NCAA DII
2018 - Vanessa Bielecke, McMaster - OUA
2018 - Kaitlyn Moffat, McMaster - OUA
2018 - Faith Dunford, Brock - OUA
2019 - Olivia Morgan, Central Michigan - NCAA DI
2020 - Eden Ferris, Manhattan - NCAA DI
Congratulations to our HLA U19 Bengals on their OWFL provincial U19B bronze win at RIM Park in Waterloo July 26 to 30.
Players and parents are asked to follow their team page for their schedules and more. Click on the team link above.
If you are not assigned to your team roster, you may not have completed the first part of registration. Contact the registrar.
Online registration for our 2019 minor women's field lacrosse season is now open. Register now before late fees start in March.
For information on the season or our Winter Skills Program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
2018 girls' field lacrosse house league
Hamilton Lacrosse is proud to offer young girls ages 4 to 10, an introduction to girls' field lacrosse with a house league. The 2019 Bengal Cubs House League is expected to run Tuesdays, 6 to 7 p.m., for eight weeks. Practices and games will be at Kay Drage Park in conjunction with our other girls' field programs pending 2019 approval from the City of Hamilton.
ALL NEW HOUSE LEAGUE PLAYERS WILL RECEIVE A FREE INTRODUCTORY GIRLS' FIELD LACROSSE STICK WITH THEIR REGISTRATION.
Location: Kitchener Waterloo - RIM park for all divisions except U15 who will have their provincials at the site of FIL 2019 World Juniors in Kawartha.
U11, U13, U19 - July 18, 19, 20 & 21, 2019 - Kitchener
U15 - August 2, 3, 4, 2019 - Kawartha
TBA is team photo day for our girls field house league as well as our four rep Bengals.
See your team schedule for time, all photos are at Chedoke Arena. If you couldn't make it, you can still get in on the action. A make up day will be available on TBA. You can have your individual photo shot and while you won't be in the team photo, you will be able to get your 8x10 team and individual picture. Each player receives an 8x10, additional photos can be purchased.
Hamilton's Ellaraye Tobias competes in the U19 gold medal game against Oshawa at OWFL provincials
From the archives; Hamilton's Nicole Dorr carries the ball out of trouble in league action in 2012