Sat
Oct
01
09:00 AM
16U Saskatoon Havoc
16U Prince Albert Attack
Sat
Oct
01
10:30 AM
14U Saskatoon Havoc
14U Prince Albert Attack
Sat
Oct
01
12:00 PM
16U Regina Royals
16U Prince Albert Attack
Sat
Oct
01
01:30 PM
14U Prince Albert Attack
14U Saskatoon Havoc
Sat
Oct
01
03:00 PM
16U Saskatoon Havoc
16U Regina Royals
Sun
Oct
02
11:00 AM
2nd Place Seed
1st Place Seed
Sun
Oct
02
12:30 PM
3rd Place Seed
2nd Place Seed
Sun
Oct
02
02:00 PM
2nd Place Seed
1st Place Seed
Sun
Oct
02
03:30 PM
3rd Place Seed
2nd Place Seed
Sat
Oct
08
05:00 PM
Winner of Semi Finals
1st Place Seed
Sun
Jul
10
02:00 PM
12U Regina Crossfire
12U Weyburn Security Thrashers
4
3
Sun
Jul
10
03:15 PM
16U Moose Jaw Mustangs
16U Regina Snipers
3
4
Wed
Jul
13
08:00 PM
Regina Heat (Sr.)
Saskatoon Brewers (Sr.)
6
10
Sun
Sep
11
11:00 AM
16U Saskatoon Havoc
16U Regina Royals
6
9
Sun
Sep
11
01:00 PM
16U Prince Albert Attack
16U Saskatoon Havoc
4
14
Sun
Sep
11
03:00 PM
16U Regina Royals
16U Prince Albert Attack
15
5
Sun
Sep
18
09:00 AM
14U Prince Albert Attack
14U Saskatoon Havoc
9
12
Sun
Sep
18
09:00 AM
16U Prince Albert Attack
16U Saskatoon Havoc
7
10
Sun
Sep
18
01:30 PM
14U Saskatoon Havoc
14U Prince Albert Attack
16
9
Sun
Sep
18
03:00 PM
16U Prince Albert Attack
16U Regina Royals
4
20

Major Lacrosse Programs


Prairie Gold Lacrosse League (PGLL) (Junior B Tier 2 Box Lacrosse and Senior Box Lacrosse)

The Prairie Gold Lacrosse League was established in 2001 to provide players with an opportunity to advance their skills after the minor level. The PGLL provides individuals with the opportunity advance their skills and many have gone on to play at a collegiate or pro-level. The PGLL not only develops players but it also gives officials and coaches an opportunity at a high caliber level to advance their knowledge and skills. This provides strong dividends to the Saskatchewan Lacrosse Association as many members in the senior division contribute back to Lacrosse as volunteers, coaches or officials. The PGLL is currently in a revitalization stage. New Board of Directors, website, logo and clothing merchandise has been established and a strategic plan will be developed in February of 2015 to provide consistency and steady growth for years to come.

For more information on the Prairie Gold Lacrosse League please contact Chris Lesanko, PGLL Commissioner, via email at chris.cameleo@gmail.com or Bridget Pottle, SLA Executive Director, at 306.780.9216 or via email at ed@sasklacrosse.net

Junior A Box Lacrosse

The Saskatchewan SWAT is a Junior A Box Lacrosse team ran out of Saskatoon and features the Provinces top Junior Box Lacrosse players in the Province.   The team takes part in the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League playing against teams in Alberta and Manitoba.   For more information on the Saskatchewan SWAT Junior A Program please contact Randy Trobak via email at saskatoonboxlacrosse@sasktel.net

 

Junior B (Tier 1) Box Lacrosse 

There are two Lacrosse Associations that offer in Saskatchewan that have Junior B Tier 1 programs.  The Saskatchewan SWAT, based out of Saskatoon, and the Barracudas, based out of Regina, feature the some of the best Junior Box Lacrosse players across Saskatchewan.  Both programs, similar to the Junior A program. play in the Rockey Mountaint Lacrosse League, belonging to the North Division where they faceoff against teams from Alberta and Manitoba.   

For more information on the Saskatchewan SWAT Junior B Tier 1 team please contact Randy Trobak via email at saskatoonboxlacrosse@sasktel.net

For more information on the Barracuda Junior B Tier 1 team please email barracuda@qcmbl.ca

 

Many SLA Associations offer different Senior, Recreation and Drop In Lacrosse programs.   Please make sure to get in touch with your home Association today to find out what programs are available to you to.

 

Private Entities

The Saskatchewan Lacrosse Association wants to work with as many groups as possible to provide as much opportunity for growth and development for the players.  In order to do this, the Saskatchewan Lacrosse Association as policies in place that private groups can follow to become sanctioned under the SLA.    The following private entities are sanctioned by the SLA:

  • Saskatchewan SWAT
  • Shattler Lacrosse Academy

Due to new policies from Lacrosse Canada and current policy from SLA, participation in unsanctioned/unapproved activity between April 1st & October 31st, will find players ineligible to participate in any SLA activity, including all House, High Performance (A League), and National Events.

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