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Submitted By Nathan Joyes on Tuesday, August 20, 2019 (119 views)
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Submitted By Nathan Joyes on Friday, June 28, 2019 (289 views)
FALL FEILD LACROSSE: The OMFLL has done a full revamp of Fall Ball programs for U-13 and U-16. They are also looking for coaches. No credentials required, just a valid CRC. Non-parent coaches will receive a stipend for their time and effort.

From Jennifer Price at the OMFLL.

This 2019 brings a new and refreshed look to the fall ball program. The OMFLL will move to an open registration model that will increase availability to players within the province, and to grow fall field lacrosse. More information will follow in the next few weeks, but as a starter, the registration fees will include uniforms, coaching, everything for only $150. All games will be played on Saturdays in Brampton starting September 14th through to a finals tournament the weekend of October 19th.

Please spread the word about the new product offering.

Submitted By Cheryl Marsland on Wednesday, June 26, 2019 (313 views)
A GREAT Read. Insert Lacrosse (or any other sport) in place of Basketball

Why Parents Must Stop Coaching From The Sidelines
Usually teams have one coach.But it turns out this isn't always true on most youth basketball (Lacrosse) teams...Enter your nearest gym (arena) and listen closely during any game and you'll quickly find out most youth sports teams actually have 8 - 10 coaches surrounding the court (floor/field)...

Unfortunately, only one of these is the real coach.

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Submitted By Cheryl Marsland on Tuesday, June 25, 2019 (284 views)
Respect the Refs. Respect the Players. Respect the Coaches. Respect the Opposition. Respect the Game. #effectiveimmediately Read More

Submitted By Nathan Joyes on Monday, June 17, 2019 (472 views)
The sport of lacrosse is steeped in history, and it can be regarded as one of the oldest team sports in North American history. Jean de Brébeuf first wrote about the game he observed in the Hurons, or present day Ontario back in 1637. Although it has been played for many, many different reasons like: settling inter-tribal disputes, toughening young warriors for combat, recreation, part of festivals and religious reasons, it has always been a physical sport.
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Submitted By Cheryl Marsland on Saturday, June 1, 2019 (389 views)
We are excited our Toronto Rock HOME TOWN TOUR is happening Saturday June 8th.

The schedule for Saturday June 8th.  
Paperweight 10-10:55 am
Tyke 10:55-11:50 am
Novice 11:50-12:45 pm
LUNCH 12:45-1:15 pm
Bantam 1:15- 2:20 pm
Peewee 2:10-3:05 pm
Midget 3:05-4:00 pm  

Feel free to come earlier then your scheduled times and check out the Toronto Rock merchandise on sale, come speed radar target, Cheerleaders and hoping that Iggy the mascot will make an appearance.   All players must wear full equipment when they are on the floor. Please have players ready/dressed 10 mins before their scheduled times.

Still a few details to be updated. 

PLEASE LET YOUR COACH / MANAGER know ASAP if you will be attending. Schedule for the day to be determined. Skills and drills with Toronto Rock Players, Iggy and Cheer Leaders.
Limited to CW Minor Lacrosse Players and their families.
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