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Bantam Registration Update

Posted by Saanich Lacrosse at Jan 15, 2015 10:43AM PST

We are into a wait list situation for Bantam if we field two teams. With the goal of fielding three teams, all Bantam aged players must register as soon as possible.

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2015 Evaluation Notice

Posted by Saanich Lacrosse at Jan 13, 2015 8:37AM PST

Saanich Lacrosse Community

The 2015 Evaluation schedule and A team selection document will be posted by the 23rd of January. Evaluations will start early February.

We are still accepting applications for coaching positions. Please forward to the SLA President.

Thank you

Will Dodds
Saanich Lacrosse President

Ice Breakers will be held at the following dates/time/place…….

Saturday January 10th, Peakes Fieldhouse
3-4pm Tyke and Minityke
4-5pm Novice
5-6pm PeeWee

Saturday January 31st, Pearkes Fieldhouse
3-4pm Tyke and Minityke
4-5pm Novice
5-6pm PeeWee

Please visit to stay up to date with all icebreaker information



Registration for the 2015 season is now open for male and female players born in 2010 and older.

Please register online at

Remember to register early for early-bird pricing and to avoid a wait-list!!

THE CLA MEMO has been posted on the BCLA Website linked here:

The National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment (NOCSAE) has confirmed that, after voiding the certification of the Cascade R model helmet on November 24, 2014, Cascade has developed a solution and re-certification process for the helmet that has been approved by NOCSAE. The modified Cascade R helmet models will now be designated as the Cascade R-M.

According to the official release from Cascade, “The solution will involve a simple modification to Cascade R helmets currently in the marketplace. Cascade will make the modification to existing helmets at its Liverpool, N.Y. facility beginning December 16, 2014. The modification will be free of charge for consumers and retailers, including shipping.”

Further, NOCSAE has confirmed that, “The Cascade R helmet will remain decertified unless and until it has been returned to Cascade and properly modified. NOCSAE has required that the modified Cascade R-M have a specialized tamperproof label with the manufacturers certification statement and NOCSAE lacrosse logo, as well as a unique serial number that will be indexed to the serial number of the modified helmet so that all modified model R-M’s can be tracked.”

For more information and to view the official release, please visit the NOCSAE website –

For information about the Cascade Model R helmet issue, please visit the Cascade website –

For instructions on how to return your Cascade R helmet for certified modification, please go to –

Any Cascade R helmet that has not received the appropriate modifications will remain decertified by NOCSAE and therefore not be permitted per CLA policy