BCLA2019 Provincials Results

Congratulations to the following LMMLC teams for taking home medals at the 2019 Provincial Championships:

  • Female Junior: Ridge Meadows (Gold), Coquitlam (Silver)
  • Female Midget: New Westminster (Gold), Ridge Meadows 2 (Silver), Coquitlam 1 (Bronze)
  • Female Bantam A: Ridge Meadows (Gold), Coquitlam (Silver), New Westminster (Bronze)
  • Female Bantam B: Ridge Meadows (Silver)
  • Female Peewee A: Ridge Meadows (Gold), New Westminster (Silver), Surrey (Bronze)
  • Female Peewee B: Coquitlam (Silver), Langley (Bronze)
  • Midget A1: Ridge Meadows (Silver), Burnaby (Bronze)
  • Midget A2: Ridge Meadows (Silver), Langley (Bronze)
  • Midget B: Burnaby (Gold), Port Coquitlam (Silver)
  • Bantam A1: Coquitlam (Gold), Ridge Meadows (Silver), New Westminster (Bronze)
  • Bantam B: Sunshine Coast (Bronze)
  • Peewee A1: Langley (Gold), Ridge Meadows (Silver), Port Coquitlam (Bronze)
  • Peewee C: Burnaby (Bronze)

2019 Boxla Nationals2019 Minor Box Lacrosse National Championships Final Results

Coquitlam Minor Lacrosse Association hosted the 2019 Minor Box Lacrosse National Championships for Peewee, Bantam, Midget and Female divisions August 20-24.  Congratulations to the Team BC Female Bantam and Female Midget squads for winning the gold medal in their divisions, and to Team BC Peewee, Bantam and MIdget teams for bringing home the silver medals in their divisions. For more information on this event, visit the tournament website.

WarriorsVancouver Warriors Back for Season 2!

The Vancouver Warriors are back for another exciting season of National Lacrosse League action at Rogers Arena. Come cheer on local talent like Mitch Jones, Keegan Bal, Jordan McBride and Logan Schuss as they improve upon last season en route to the NLL Cup.

To secure your Vancouver Warriors 2019-2020 Season Ticket Membership (9 games, November 29 - April 24, starting at $135.00 all-in), click here. Single game tickets start at $19.95 - click here. Multi-game packs are also available - click here.

WILC2019Canada Takes Gold at 2019 FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championship!

The 2019 FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championship was held September 19-28 at the Langley Events Centre. Canada went undefeated in the tournament and defeated the Iroquois Nationals 19-12 in the title match. The Championship has been held every four years since its inception in 2003, and all five times, Team Canada has won the gold medal.

For more information on the tournament, visit its website.

Teams Representing Lower Mainland at Provincials

Congratulations to the following teams for representing LMMLC at the 2019 Provincial Championships:

  • Female Junior: Coquitlam, Ridge Meadows
  • Female Midget: Ridge Meadows 1, New Westminster, Ridge Meadows 2, Coquitlam 1
  • Female Bantam A: New Westminster, Coquitlam, Ridge Meadows, Burnaby
  • Female Bantam B: Ridge Meadows, New Westminster, Coquitlam
  • Female Peewee A: Ridge Meadows, New Westminster, Coquitlam, Surrey
  • Female Peewee B: Langley, Coquitlam, Burnaby
  • Midget A1: Ridge Meadows, Coquitlam, Burnaby, Richmond
  • Midget A2: Ridge Meadows, Vancouver, Mission, Coquitlam, Langley (host)
  • Midget B: Burnaby, Port Moody, Port Coquitlam, Langley (host)
  • Bantam A1: Coquitlam, New Westminster, Delta, Ridge Meadows, Burnaby
  • Bantam A2: Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Ridge Meadows
  • Bantam B: Sunshine Coast, Ridge Meadows 2, Langley, Port Moody
  • Bantam C: Delta, Mission
  • Peewee A1: Ridge Meadows, Langley, Port Coquitlam, New Westminster, Delta (host)
  • Peewee A2: Vancouver, Richmond, Langley
  • Peewee B: Ridge Meadows 1, Coquitlam 2, Ridge Meadows 2, Coquitlam 1, Port Moody, Delta (host)
  • Peewee C: Burnaby, Mission, Richmond, Ridge Meadows, Delta (host)

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