10th Annual Ice Breaker Tournament

The 10th Annual Ice Breaker Masters Lacrosse Tourney takes place Fri-Sat, March 25-26 (Easter weekend) at Harry Jerome Arena North Vancouver. This year will feature Masters (35+) and Grandmasters (45+) divisions of 4 teams:

Masters 35+ (1981):
• Fri/March 25 9:45am-2:15pm: 3 x 30 min mini-games
• Sat/March 26, 9:45am – 4:45pm: 1 x 60 min final (TBA)
• Teams: TBA x 4
Grandmasters 45+ (1971):
• Fri/March 25 2:15pm-6:45pm: 3 x 30 min mini-games
• Sat/March 26, 9:45am – 4:45pm: 1 x 60 min final (TBA)
• Confirmed: Coasters, Cowboys, Pioneers, Stickmen

Contact Steve Varley of the North Shore Cowboys to enter a team.

PLAYERS MUST BE BCLA REGISTERED (LMML & LEC players are already carded) – Contact BCLA (info@bclacrosse.com) or Commissioner Selezinka (bettyselezinka44@gmail.com) for registration cards.

TOURNEY FEE – $750 due Feb 29. Send cheque to: S.Varley, 1525 Coal Harbour Quay, Vancouver V6G 3E7. Registration Fee is non-refundable. Div Winners – Receive cooler filled with chilled bevs with awards for MVPs, MSPs + coveted Toilet Seat Award and more!

RULES: 2016 Ice Breaker – Masters Box Rules

Check out the Ice Breaker Random Hall of Fame

LMML 2015 Fall-Winter Season

new_logoThe 2015 Winter season of the Lower Mainland Master Lacrosse  League is starting November 1st at the new location of the Langley Events Center.  Games will be played in behind the arena at the Field House featuring a new turf field.

Teams have been selected and can be found on the 2015 Winter Team page.  Game nights are Nov.1, Nov. 8, Nov. 22, Nov. 29, Dec. 6, Dec. 13, Dec. 20, Jan. 10, Jan.17, Jan. 24, Jan. 31, Feb. 7, with the Finals being played Saturday February 13 in the afternoon.

As usual the games will be Sunday evenings at 6:30p, 7:45p, and
9:00p, aside from the Finals (Saturday Feb. 13).

The LMML executive are working on a Special Year End Wrap Up, to be
held at the Stealth Game February 20.

Best of luck to all players and enjoy the new LMML season.

2015 LMML Season Comes To A Close

2015 Gold Medal

The final games were played last weekend and the Gold medal was handed to the Yellow team after a stunning defeat of the Blue team.  In the Bronze medal game it was Red who took the lead in a close battle and finished off Green in the final frame.

Gold – Blue  7 vs Yellow 15
Bronze – Red 6 vs Green 1
Consolation – White 7 vs Grey 4