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Representative Field Spring

2020 Field Rep Coaches

Divison Coaches
U9 Richard Archer and John Derochie
U11 #1 Richard Archer and John Derochie
U11 #2 Brock Boyle
U13 Jason Fancett
U15 Clayton Bergie
U17 Jason Fancett

2020 Spring Field Tryout Dates

Monday March 16

Field B

615pm U9 and U13

715pm U17


Monday March 23

Field B

615pm U11 and U13

715pm U15


Friday March 27

Field B

615pm U9 and U13

715pm U11 and U15

815pm U17


Monday March 30

Field C

615pm U9 and U11

715pm U15

815pm U17


Field tryouts $25 cash only

Players must be registered 24 hours before 1st tryout in order to participate.

All Tryouts to be held at: The Brampton Soccer Centre

1495 Sandalwood Parkway East

Dixie Road & Sandalwood Parkway


About the Field Rep Program

Registration:   January – March
Tryouts:           Mid - late March
Season:          April – mid-May  (see Provincial Finals details below per age group) 

Tryouts:           Mid - late March
Season:          April – mid-May  (see Provincial Finals details below per age group) 

Brampton’s Field Lacrosse teams play all teams that are part of the Ontario Minor Field Lacrosse League (OMFLL). In Brampton depending on registration numbers, there will be 1-2  teams each year in each division: U9(Tyke), U11(Novice), U13(Peewee), U15(Bantam) and U17(Midget) age groups. 

The season is comprised of 5 weeks of weekend games where each team will have 2 games on their game day. The U9, U11, U13 play Saturdays and U15 and U17 on Sundays. The location of the games varies depending on Field and volunteer availability (Guelph, Beaches, Kitchener, Burlington, etc). The U9s play 3 games per day for 4 weekends, followed by and their Provincial Finals the weekend before Victoria Day weekend. The U11s and older play 2 games per day for 5 weeks, followed by one weekend of Provincial Finals which is held Victoria Day weekend. Typically the U11 & U13 play Sat+Sun and U15 & U17 play Sun/Mon, however this format may change slightly. The goal of the scheduler is to try to have it so only 2 of 3 days of the long weekend is consumed. 

The spring season is very interesting as at times we experience a very wide range of weather conditions from cold, wind, and rain/snow to beautiful days of >25C and Sun. With the multi-games per day, the field season experience is fantastic for team building of both players and parents. It's like attending multiple day long tourneys multiple weeks in a row and is a lot of fun being outside especially when the weather turns the corner into spring/summer like conditions.

Jason Fancett

Field Rep Coordinator