For all those girls (5-16) out there that would like to try out lacrosse, but don’t want to play with the boys…. come out to these FREE introductory sessions. The Female Box Lacrosse is a low contact sport (place and push not full contact), but it is still the same fun fast paced competitive game.
Nanaimo and the lower mainland already have a number of teams playing league, tournaments and Provincials…. and the goal is to get Victoria teams going for the 2015 season. These FREE introductory sessions are to let the girls try out the sport (equipment will be supplied) and spread the word about this new opportunity for the girls.
The first of the sessions will be held on Wednesday, September 17th 6-8 at Pearkes Fieldhouse (Tillicum). There is no cost and no equipment is required….the Girls just need to wear runners and bring a water bottle. A signed registration form will be required for each player which can be e-mailed to parents ahead of time if needed.
So spread the word and let’s get more girls learning about and playing this wonderful sport!
If you have any questions/concerns, please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The document Girls Lacrosse Flyer was attached to this post.
BC’s longest running LACROSSE CAMP
Week 1 – Sept 8th – 12th Braefoot Lacrosse box and grass fields
1359 McKenzie Ave, Victoria, BC V8P 2M1
Week 2 – Sept 15th – 19th Juan de Fuca grass fields and box
1767 Island Highway (Grass fields are at the back)
9AM TO 12:00 – Ages 6-15
Space will be limited to maximum of 40 per session.
$100 PER CAMPER per week or $25 per day drop in
(Note – drop ins will only be accepted if room avails)
PLEASE EMAIL YOUR REGISTRATION and if any QUESTIONS
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
OR CALL 250-514-1445 (Darren)
Note – each camp will be cancelled if the school is back in session. Payment will be refunded based on $20 per days missed if camp is cancelled due to school re opening.
The document Camp Rocks Sept 2014 was attached to this post.
The Saanich PeeWee C team after an amazing regular season record of 13-1-2 went on to successfully beat a very tough and physical Campbell River team to win first overall in the Vancouver Island league championships! The team then went on to the provincial championships in Richmond in which they won their first 3 games. The Tigers met a formidable Port Coquitlam team in a hard fought gold medal game and took away the Silver medal.
Way to go TIGERS for a very successful year!
Six Saanich Midget A1 players returned home with a bronze medal this past Sunday. The six players played with Team Island (Zone 6) in this years BC Summer Games. Team Island went through the tournament with only one loss to the eventual gold medal winners Fraser River/Delta.
From left to right: Garrett Wicks, Wilson Gurney, Gareth Marriott, Dakota Kasper, Zach Manns, and Ben Preston
Well done boys!!