Rebels News

  • 2023 Box Season Registration Now Open
    Surrey Rebels 2023 Box Lacrosse registration is now open! To take advantage of early bird rates (good until midnight December 31, 2022), register now. For more information, visit our Registration Page.
  • Surrey Lacrosse 2022 AGM Highlights
    Thanks to all those members who attended the Surrey Lacrosse Association 47th Annual General Meeting of the Membership Friday November 4, 2022. Congratulations to Jamie Lamont, who is the new President, taking over from long-time president, Sean Reid. Jamie is a former Surrey Rebels player from as far back as year 4 of SLA’s existence. Along with Jamie, Surrey Lacrosse has the pleasure to welcome Tim Hamm to its fold as 2nd Vice President, Box […]
  • Surrey Lacrosse AGM Update with Documents
    It’s that time once again where Surrey Lacrosse celebrates award winners, looks to improve policy, and elects members who want to make a difference for the Surrey Lacrosse Club. Come have your voice heard and help make a difference for the future. All actively registered families of the Surrey Rebels 2022 Box Lacrosse season and the Surrey Warriors 2022-2023 Field Lacrosse are invited to attend the Surrey Lacrosse Association 47th Annual General Meeting of the […]
  • Warriors Field Lacrosse Registration Closed
    Registration for the 2022/2023 field lacrosse season is now closed. Check back in mid-2023 for information on registration for the 2023/2024 season!
  • Surrey Lacrosse AGM
    Surrey Lacrosse Association is hosting its 47th Annual General Meeting of the Membership Friday November 4, 2022, 7:00pm at the Cloverdale Recreation Centre, 6188 176 Street, Surrey, or via Zoom (attendee’s choice). Come and support your Association. Lots of places to get involved. Executive positions up for election:  President – 2 years (elected even year) 1st Vice President (BOX) – 1 year (to complete year 2 of term) 2nd Vice President (BOX) – 2 years […]
  • Winter Tots Lacrosse!
    GAME ON!!! For the first time ever… Winter Tots Lacrosse! So, with increased interest in adding on to our Surrey REBELS TOTS program, we have finally made the commitment. Here are the details: It will be a 9 week program on Thursday nights in the gymnasium at Coyote Creek Elementary School 8131 156 Street, Surrey, BC V3S 3R4 Sessions will be 45 minutes from 6:00PM to 6:45PM on the following dates: September 22 and 29 […]
  • Warriors Field Lacrosse Registration
    Surrey Lacrosse is now taking registrations on-line for the 2022/2023 field lacrosse season, all playing divisions, co-ed and women’s teams. Payment is done electronically. For complete details, please visit our Field Registration Page. Note: Our Youth/Coed U18 division and Women’s U15 team are currently full and all further registrations for these divisions will be waitlisted.
  • Female Bantam B Rebels Bring Home the Bronze
    Congratulations to the Merged Bantam Female B team for taking third place in the province for the 2022 Bantam Female Lacrosse Provincials!!! Squeaking by a close 4-2 finish over another merged team (Port Moody, Langley, Port Coquitlam) This was a lacrosse game worth watching! This team made up of young ladies from both Surrey and New Westminster developed incredibly from the start of the year. With several players that hadn’t played in years to some […]
  • 2022 Tournament Results
    Congratulations go out to all our Rebels teams who took home medals at various tournaments this past season… Our Novice C team won gold in the Golden Spike tournament in Port Moody June 25-26. Our Novice A2 squad took home silver at the Richmond Salmon Festival Tournament the weekend of June 18-19. Our Bantam A2 team came away with the silver medal in the Dennis Hickey Tournament (Langley) the weekend of June 18-19. Our combination […]
  • 2019 Surrey Lacrosse Awards
    Many thanks to all those who attended the 45th Surrey Lacrosse Association Annual General Meeting, held Thursday, November 21, 2019.  We presented award winners (in attendance) with their plaques and want to extend heartfelt appreciation to everyone who took time to nominate these winners.  There were many excellent nominations to choose from but ultimately we have to choose just one.  The awards went to: Box 2019 Season Player of the Year: Anna McKee Sportsmanlike Player: […]
  • Female Peewee Rebels Take 2019 Provincial Bronze!
    Congratulations to the Female Peewee A Rebels for bringing home the Bronze Medal from the Provincial Championships held July 11-24 in Nanaimo. The girls finished 4th in league standings and knocked off 6th seed Port Coquitlam and 7th seed Burnaby in round robin playoff action to punch their ticket to the big show, where they went 1-2 in round- robin play and defeated the Coquitlam Adanacs 12-8 in the bronze medal match. Well done ladies! […]
  • 2018 Surrey Lacrosse Awards
    Many thanks to all those who attended the 44th Surrey Lacrosse Association Annual General Meeting, held Friday, November 16, 2018.  We presented award winners (in attendance) with their plaques and want to extend heartfelt appreciation to everyone who took time to nominate these winners.  There were many excellent nominations to choose from but ultimately we have to choose just one.  The awards went to: Box 2018 Season Junior Referee: Cameron Reid Senior Referee: Ron Shell […]
  • 2017 Surrey Lacrosse Awards
    Many thanks to all those who attended the 43rd Surrey Lacrosse Association Annual General Meeting, held Friday, November 24, 2017.  We presented award winners (in attendance) with their plaques and want to extend heartfelt appreciation to everyone who took time to nominate these winners.  There were many excellent nominations to choose from but ultimately we have to choose just one.  The awards (click on link to open photo) went to: Box 2017 Season Junior Referee: Larissa […]
  • Midget A2 Rebels Take Bronze at 2017 Provincials
    Congratulations to head coach Matt Sobey and his Midget A2 squad for bringing home the Bronze Medal from the Provincial Championships, held July 20-23 in Langley.  Surrey went 2-2 in the round-robin, defeating Nanaimo and Kamloops, and then knocked off Burnaby in the Bronze Medal match 5-2, avenging a 6-1 loss earlier in the tournament.  The team finished third in league standings and knocked off Richmond en route to the big event.  Congrats also to […]