The New Brunswick Field Lacrosse Alliance is looking for players interested in playing field lacrosse this spring. We have five associations with teams form across the province. The season will be open to all U18 players and will run from May-June with all games being played on weekends.
This a perfect opportunity for the box lacrosse alumni to continue playing lacrosse this spring.
Stay tuned for registration details.
KING OF THE TRASH
2015 Storm Indoor 2-on-2 Lax Tourney
Prospect Road Community Centre
This tournament is based on the Trashcan tournaments seen in the USA – a dynamic 2v2 pick-up version of lacrosse that focuses on playing fast and master the art of 2v1.
The purpose of this tournament is to provide an experience of pick-up lacrosse and provide a lacrosse experience for youth that do not play on an organized team.
Equipment requirements: lacrosse stick, helmet with facemask, gloves and mouth guard
Cost: $50 per team of two ($60 per team after Feb 28th) where each team plays a minimum of 5 games. Register before March 1st and receive a free tournament t-shirt.
Register at www.stormlacrosse.ca
For more information contact the Tournament Organizer
The game of lacrosse in New Brunswick is about to be taken to a whole new level thanks to a unique partnership between Lacrosse New Brunswick (LNB) and lacrosse superstar, Colin Doyle, Captain of the Toronto Rock. LNB recently signed a contract that will involve Doyle in a series of training camps run in the Saint John and Moncton areas from January to April which will be open to players from the Novice to Midget divisions from across the province. “The Lacrosse New Brunswick Program for Excellence” will allow children the opportunity to experience the game under the direction of local coaches with Doyle developing and guiding the program, attending sessions virtually to speak to the players and making four in-person appearances throughout the course of the training. He will also be present to personally coach the New Brunswick provincial teams at the 2015 Nationals in Whitby, Ontario. This is an incredible opportunity for local lacrosse players to develop their skills under the direction of one of the top players in Canada. “This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for our young players”, says Dave Higdon, President of Lacrosse New Brunswick, “Not only will this program raise the profile of the game here in the province, it will give children the opportunity to learn from the best!” Registration is now open for new and returning players in the Novice, Peewee, Bantam and Midget age groups with sessions commencing on Sunday, January 11th with the first live clinic with Doyle. For more details on times and locations and to download a printable registration form, go to the Lacrosse New Brunswick website at www.laxnb.ca or by visiting your local lacrosse club website. If you have any questions, you may contact Glenn Cook 506-847-9024.
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.
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.
To create an account, login to the top left hand corner by selecting "create an account". Once the season begins, having an account will allow you to have access to your child's schedule, the capability to download your calendar into your smart phone or computer and to utilize the SportNgin mobile app.