Guelph and KW Move Inside, News (Centre Wellington Mohawks Lacrosse)

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Guelph and KW Move Inside
Submitted By Nathan Joyes on Sun 07 25, 21
Our fellow RTA clubs Guelph and KW have decided to move back inside for the remainder of the season. As a result, there are some changes to the way games with their clubs will take place.

  • Teams will be permitted into the building 15 minutes prior to their game time. If the floor is occupied, teams are to go directly to their appointed dressing room.
  • No showering is permitted.
  • Players are to enter the building dressed, leaving bags in their cars.
  • Rental times are 50 minutes and you must end your floor time 10 minutes before the end of the hour. If you had a 6 pm game time, the game would conclude at 6:50 pm so that you may exit the facility.
  • Facemasks must be word by all coaches, spectators, volunteers. Players must wear facemasks into the building and may remove them when they put on their helmet.
  • Spectators must remain 2 metres apart from anyone not from the same household.
  • Spectator allowances are dependant on the facility.
  • Screening is required for all those entering the building.



  • Puslinch & St. James has moved to West End Arena Pad 2
  • Spectator limit is 150 persons
  • Parking for Pad 2 is at the back of the arena
  • City of Guelph Visitor Screening


  • Bookings have moved to Kitchener Lions Arena
  • Spectator limit is approximately 200 persons
  • KWMLA screening form


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