The recreational house league program introduces players, parents, and coaches to the fastest game on two feet and provides ongoing participation opportunities.
Over 400 participants suit up in 8 divisions from the Peanut level (age 4) through to the Intermediate level (up to age 21).
Day Of Champions which is held at the end of the season . This event is to celebrate improvements and accomplishments at both a personal and team level.
The recreational level house league is conducted in the spirit of cooperative competition with no personal statistics and no team standings. The house league program is based on the following core values and beliefs that are permanent and unwavering.
Recreational house league lacrosse is a team game dedicated to the encouragement of effective involvement of all stakeholders in this great game. It is our belief that effective teams engage the talents of individual people while encouraging team growth and development.
TRUST AND RESPECT
We have no greater asset than the people who participate in this sport, be they player, coach, referee or parent volunteer. We believe that demonstrating respect for the uniqueness of every individual builds confident, creative and competent people possessing a high degree of initiative, self-respect and self-discipline.
Sustained success in sport, as in life, is based on our ability to continually improve the quality and quantity of opportunities to participate in stimulating and challenging physical activities.
ENTHUSIASTIC JOY OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND FUN OF CAMARADERIE
We are committed to continually exceed the expectations of our players, parents, coaches, referees and other stakeholders in providing a happy, healthy and safe environment for all participants in our recreational house league lacrosse program.
It is our ultimate hope that by participating in this great game, our players will become better people, better sportspersons, better team mates, and better citizens.
First and foremost, thank you all for your patience as we prepare to roll out the 2023 House League Lacrosse Season!! We are excited to see all NEW and returning players!!
The first week (week of April 24th/25th) will be a "Skill & Drills / Assessment" week to ensure all players are placed on corresponding teams to our best ability. Please review the schedule below for next week:
U5 & U7
Tuesday April 25th @ 6pm - 7pm
Monday April 24th @ 6pm - 7pm
Tuesday April 25th @ 7pm - 8pm
Monday April 24th @ 7pm - 8pm
All session will be held at Memorial Arena.
Details regarding the complete season, teams and the "Day of Champ" will follow mid next week once we have complete week one.
Once again "THANK YOU" for your patience and look forward to a very successful House League season!
Brampton Registrar - BMLA
How are teams balanced?
Teams are put together based on ratings from the previous season, the amount of experience players indicate on their registration forms and the year they were born. The house league co-ordinators collect the gamesheets for the first 3 – 4 weeks of the season. A meeting is held with the coaches of each division and together they try to balance the teams. If a team practices on a regular basis, the players will improve over those who don’t practice, some players pick up the game quicker than others. These kinds of things effect how well the team will do over the course of a season.
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2012 Heritage Tournament honours McCauley Family