GLA House League

Updated Thursday April 5, 2018 by Gloucester Minor Lacrosse Association.

2018 HOUSE LEAGUE PLAYER ASSESSMENTS

Sort out dates for House League have been posted on the Main Page.  They will begin April 14th and run until April 22nd.  Please refer to our Main page and News Feed for times and locations.

If you have any questions with regards to the House League program, please contact us at houseleague@gloucester-lacrosse.com

 

GLA House League Program

The house league program is the cornerstone of the GLA. Our goal is to operate a fun and organized program that is enjoyable for everyone involved (emphasis on FUN). Our focus is on fair play and improving the lacrosse skills of all players involved.  Many of our house league referees are involved in the GLA competitive program. As a result, we try to minimize conflicts by scheduling the house league and competitive programs on alternating nights.

Please note that although we have a separate Girls Program for Novice through Midget (subject to registration), we do encourage girls to play with the boys if they so wish.

 

Season Overview for 2018

The house league season runs from April 23rd until June 27th.  Teams have an average of two events per week. 

Practices and games are a mix of weeknights and weekends.  Practices are typically on Mondays and/or Wednesdays subject to arena availability.  Games will be a mix of weeknights and weekends.  Three weekends (mid-May, beginning of June, mid-June) over the course of the season will be set aside for all teams to come together and play a cluster of games (tournament style!).

Similar to last season, depending on numbers at each age group, we may enter into an Interlock schedule with the Nepean Knights Organization. The purpose of this is to offer the best experience possible for the House League Program. It offers our players the ability to play against more teams and a stronger level of play at the House League Level.

Last season we successfully ran the Interlock at Tyke, Bantam and Midget.

 

Location of Play

Regional catchments are formed based around a cluster of one or two arenas that act as the home practice arena for the teams.  Our main arenas are Earl Armstrong, Blackburn, Fred Barrett (Leitrim), Brian Kilrea, Brewer, Navan, Metcalfe and Osgoode.