Happy New Year!
We are very excited to announce that Registration for the 2024 Box Lacrosse & Spring Field season is now open!
Please note the following changes to our programming in 2024.
The following changes only apply to the Paperweight to U17 ages groups. No changes to the Soft Paperweight program in 2024.
If you wish to participate in Paperweight Rep, please register for Rep instead of HL (Development)
U22 Box Rep:
U15 & U17 Box Rep:
Try Lacrosse registration will be open soon!
Anyone who would like to volunteer as an assistant coach, trainer, team manager, house league coach, or on-floor helper must be registered on Sportzsoft and provide the necessary credentials to the HDMLA & OLA before being approved to be on the floor.
All participants must register by following this link (SportzSoft Member Login) or go to our website @hawkslacrosse.ca and follow the registration link.
For more information, please see the attached information sheets.
Questions? Please respond to this email or contact Corrine Francis email@example.com
***All registrations must be complete & paid in full before the participants first scheduled floor time***
Written Dec 31
Earlier today, the OLA’s Board of Directors accepted the following recommendation from a majority of minor lacrosse league governors in response to the revised unsanctioned participation policy:
To fully delay the enactment of the non-sanctioned participation policy for the 2024 season, which will allow for detailed consultation from stakeholders to ensure that policy needs and objectives are met.
As a result, this policy is formally tabled for further consideration in order to define fairness for all OLA stakeholders. A consultation period has been suggested for amendments and clarifications over the next several months, which allows club presidents and league representatives to gather clear feedback for submission and consideration of all facets. While supportive of the policy’s general objectives, concerns regarding implementation, reporting and extenuating circumstances were accepted as valid foundations for further club participation in this process; including opportunities to amend, revise or enact such decisions in a manner that encourages player development opportunities with reputable organizations. With acceptance of this recommendation, the Board of Directors reaffirmed commitment to serving the long-term goals of the OLA.
The decision to delay implementation of this policy does not affect Regulation 6.07 or any other membership conditions or restrictions which were approved in 2021 and 2022, but it does narrow the scope to Junior participants only, which has been historically established by special resolution of the membership. Such measures will be applied as impacts are identified.
Annual General Meeting @7pm in the Active living Centre
Come have your voice heard or a chance to win FREE registration!
If you are interested in a board position please fill out the form.
Saturday, May 25th, 2024 - All-day
The Hawks will be out on the town asking for support for their teams.
*Please check your junk mail for emails
Development Games -TBA
Get your hawks gear!
Under the home tab - go to the Hawks apparel tab to order.
The tryout schedule is OUT on the Box Rep page as well as the Calendar
See the calendar for important dates for try lacrosse, Box Rep tryouts and the first field practices.
*All days and time are subject to change
Must be registered to play!
Watch for more information to come for in person registrations
See the registration tab for all your 2024 season information. Make sure you register before the fees go up.
Any questions contact: Corrine Francis | Cnasper81@gmail.com
EAT, SLEEP, PLAY LACROSSE!
|Keri Black/Jason Rudge
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The Objectives of the HDMLA are:
1) to promote, develop and govern minor lacrosse within the HDMLA Boundaries
2) promote the interest and participation in the sport of lacrosse
3) arrange tournaments and competitions and establish prizes, grants and awards
4) promote the principles of good sportsmanship
5) promote and enhance instructions, displays and exhibits of lacrosse skills
Soft Paperweight (2021,2020)
Paperweight (2019, 2018)
U9 (2017, 2016)
U11 (2015, 2014)
U17 (2009, 2008)