News and Announcements
Drop in Lacrosse
Aug 8th, 16th, 23rd, 30th
Braefoot Lacrosse Box
Saanich Lacrosse is happy to offer drop in lacrosse for all players who were registered with Saanich this past season in the Tyke-Midget divisions.
Each session will consist of warm up, a few drills and then scrimmages. Please make sure to wear full gear and bring water.
These drop in sessions are 100% voluntary and are not to conflict with other in season sports. In season sports take priority.
These sessions have the intent of promoting sport for life and giving those players who wish to a chance to keep their skills up.
Hope to see you there!
Any questions or concerns can be directed to Lesley Conway at email@example.com
Thank you for being part of Saanich Lacrosse in the 2017 season. We would ask you to please take a few moments to fill in our coach evaluation form.
Your feedback is important to us and Saanich Lacrosse depends on it to make informed decisions to help our players and association. The survey will only take a few minutes to complete and we would appreciate your input so we can take your feedback into consideration when selecting our coaches for next season.
Please click the link below or copy and paste the link into your browser to access the survey.
Please also consider your interest for coaching in the 2018 season. If you may be interested, please contact Lesley Conway at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saanich Lacrosse Executive
Saanich Lacrosse is please to be offering drop-in lacrosse sessions for all players in the novice to bantam divisions starting this week.
Here are the details:
- Thursday nights starting July 20
- Braefoot Box
- Open to all players that played in novice, peewee or bantam this season
Saanich Lacrosse Association
Please see the below message from Pacific Rim Field Lacrosse.
Greetings Parents and Players,
Lacrosse is one of the oldest sports around with its origins to be found in fifteenth century North America. The first games were used by Native Americans to solve disputes between tribes and to toughen tribe members in preparation for battle.
These days the game is a little more organized and civilized and players play with a small solid rubber ball and attempt to catch, carry, pass and shoot the ball into an opponent’s goal. They move the ball using a lacrosse stick which is a long-handled stick (or crosse) with netting which allows them to catch and hold the lacrosse ball. Players play on a soccer field with markings modified to the age and size of the participants.
Pacific Rim Field Lacrosse will be holding information and introductory sessions for those families interested in field lacrosse* “free of charge”*.
If you live in Saanich, the Saanich Peninsula and Victoria (Oak Bay, James Bay and all areas in Greater Victoria east of the Gorge Waterway until the View Royal/Saanich municipal boundaries).
Equipment required for these sessions… (box players bring existing equipment)
2. Lacrosse/hockey gloves
3. Lacrosse stick
4. Cleats/Running Shoes
*If you have Slash guards/elbow pads, shoulder pads, a mouthguard and a jock/jill – please bring.
Date and Locations:
1. Thursday July 20th, 2017 – Centennial Field at Centennial Park (7526 Wallace Drive, Saanichton, BC)
6:30pm – 7:45pm
2. Thursday July 27th, 2017 – Field #1 at Royal Oak Middle School (751 Travino Lane, Victoria, BC – use street parking on Greenlea Drive) 6:30pm – 7:45pm
Participants will receive complimentary beverages and snacks for attending; as well as a small token (prize) of appreciation for attending.
If you should have any questions or require any further information, please contact one of the following association members.
Camp Rocks is Vancouver Island’s premier lacrosse camp since 1997.
August 8th to 11th 2017
(Tuesday to Friday)
9:00am to 12:00pm
Boys & Girls Field Lacrosse
$150 Boys Camp,$100 Girls Camp
$75 per Goalie
Run by veteran pros Fred Jenner and Darren Reisig, Camp Rocks is for players looking to have fun with lacrosse. Any age and all levels of ability are appropriate. The aim of this camp is for registrants to learn more about the game of lacrosse. There will be an independent focus and high-end field training for athlete’s in grades 6-10 with instruction focusing on individual and team concepts to move play to the next level .
Girls field lacrosse is one of the fastest growing sports in North America. Run by Linda Jenner, Camp Rocks Girls Lacrosse is for girls at all age and ability levels. Top-level coaches ensure the girls develop the game, build skills and most importantly, have fun! Girls Lacrosse Sticks will be supplied for players who don’t own a stick.
See attached registration form for further details.
The document Camp_Rock_2017_reg_form_final.pdf was attached to this post.