The Annual General Meeting of the West Coast Senior Lacrosse Association will be held in early November (date and venue TBA)
Please note the following key information points for meeting:
Please send any topics you would like added to our AGM to the League Secretary and it will be added to our agenda.
The sound of beating drums at Harry Jerome Recreation Centre was heard for the last time August 10th as the North Shore Indians played their final box lacrosse game at the old North Vancouver arena. With a sell-out crowd behind them, the Indians made it a memorable night for fans, defeating the Ladner Pioneers in the final match of an eight-game mini summer series 9-3. Opened in 1966, HJRC is scheduled to be closed and demolished in December to make way for a new $181-million facility.
To read the full story, click here.
The West Coast Senior Lacrosse Association (WCSLA) Board of Governors is pleased to announce the appointment of Jamie Scott as the new League Commissioner. Scott is no stranger to senior lacrosse in British Columbia, both as a player (including WCSLA All-Star honours in 1992 and 1993) and as an executive.
“I look forward to the exciting season ahead and the challenge of maintaining and promoting a strong, competitive, well organized league” stated Scott.
“I know Jamie will be a positive addition to our league and his experience in lacrosse will be a true asset for us” commented WCSLA Chair Jennifer Forlin.
The Vancouver Warriors are back for another exciting season of National Lacrosse League action at Rogers Arena. Come cheer on local talent like Mitch Jones, Keegan Bal, Jordan McBride and Logan Schuss as they improve upon their last season en route to the NLL Cup. The NLL regular season is set to start the weekend of December 3-4 and will consist of 18 regular season games
The Ladner Pioneers are the 2019 WCSLA and Provincial Senior B Lacrosse Champions after defeating the 2018 champion Nanaimo Timbermen three games to none in the best-of-five final series. Ladner went on to represent British Columbia at the 2019 Presidents' Cup National Senior B Championship in Kahnawake, Quebec in a bid to win their first national title in 15 years. Unfortunately, the boys dropped three of their first four games in the eight-team event and finished the tournament with a 3-4 record, placing placed sixth.
2019 Final Standings
|mobile users: touch and drag for complete standings|
Action Photos Courtesy of:
Abbotsford News, Advantage Action Photography, Dan Brodie Photography, Delta Optimist, Goldstream News Gazette, Nanaimo News Bulletin, Royal City Record, Tri-City News, Alan Wallace
To see playoff and regular season results and statistics from previous seasons, visit our Archives, either by selecting the page from the dropdown menu under the About Us button above or by clicking here.