The Fundy Lacrosse Association - encompassing the Grand Bay-Westfield, Kennebeccasis Valley and Saint John areas of the Fundy region - has the goal of efficient and effective development, promotion and governance of minor lacrosse (mini-tyke to midget age groups) in the Fundy region.
Lacrosse, our national summer sport, has a long history in Canada, and the Fundy Lacrosse Association will strive to provide a quality program to all interested parties (children, youth and parents) through able Association leadership and skillful sport management. We ask you to support us in achieving these objectives.
The Annual General Meeting of the Fundy Lacrosse Association will be held October 26, 2014 at Rothesay High School at 7:00 pm. All members of the FLA are encouraged to attend.
In accordance with the constitution, any member in good standing as defined in Section 2.01 of the Constitution who wishes to let his/her name stand for election to a position on the Board of Directors must give notice of his/her intentions in writing to the Secretary of the Board at least one week prior to the date of the Annual Meeting.
Also, if any member in good standing as defined in Section 2.01 of the Constitution who wishes to bring forward a motion or motions at the Annual Meeting must submit their motion in writing to the Sectary of the Board at least one week prior to the date of the Annual Meeting.
The FLA secretary can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
2014 Week 1 CUFLA Three Stars
by Patty Gregoire | Posted on Wednesday, September 10th, 2014
With the Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association (CUFLA) returning to action, In Lacrosse We Trust kicks off the 2014 season coverage with Pat Gregoire’s Week 1 Three Stars.
Third Star- Taren Cook- Bishop’s University
Freshmen Taren Cook had an impressive CUFLA debut, netting four goals in Bishop’s 16-3 victory this past Sunday. The Rothesay, New Brunswick native will look to help fill the offensive void left by former Gaiter standout Alex Henderson.
Second Star- Philip Romanet- Laurentian University
Opening weekend was a coming out party for Laurentian University’s Philip Romanet who netted eight goals, three assists for 11 points in two games. The Georgetown, ON native helped the Voyageurs secure their first victory of the season with a seven point performance against McMaster.
First Star- Greg Davidson- Brock University
Senior attackman Greg Davidson left where he left off in 2013, scoring an outstanding seven goals in the Brock Badgers’ outrageous 33-3 victory over the Laurier Golden Hawks. The Toronto Beaches product is four goals away from registering his 100th CUFLA regular season goal.
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