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New Warriors 2020/2021 Season Update/Registration

Surrey Lacrosse would like to offer a skill training season with weekly practices following a rigid return to play policy that is required of all sports throughout Surrey and British Columbia. At this point we do not have authorization to have full competition with games against other clubs. The skill training will include field lacrosse skills training with certified coaches and your player peers with full return to play policies in place. We will be waiting for the PCFLL, the BCLA, VIA Sport, and ultimately the Provincial Health Authority to allow a return to competitive play before we can adjust our registration to include this.

For complete details, please visit our Field Registration Page.


Surrey Lacrosse Return to Play Plan

Click here to open the SLA Return to Play Plan, which is to be followed in conjunction with the BCLA Return to Lacrosse Guidelines, viaSport Return to Sport Guidelines and the BC Centre for Disease Control COVID-19 Guidelines.

New - click here for the SLA Illness Policy.


Sport Surrey’s Return to Sport UpdateSportSurrey

Click here for the latest communication outlining the process for the Return to Sport in City of Surrey Facilities and to clarify the responsibilities at all levels of sport.


viaSport: Return to Sport

Sport is returning to British Columbia in accordance with the phases outlined in B.C.’s Restart Plan. At the request of the Province of B.C., viaSport has led the creation of a set of guidelines on how to resume sport while operating safely during this pandemic.

viaSport is hosting a webinar open to all – municipal and recreation leaders, local sport organizations, facility operators, community stakeholders and interested parents on Thursday, June 4, 2020 at 1:30 pm.

Jared Kope and Heather Beatty, viaSport Return to Sport leaders will:

  • outline how sport will return to your community in a phased approach during the pandemic
  • provide the step-by-step process provincial and local sport organizations should consider when bringing sport back
  • explain the coordinated approach that must be taken by amateur sport organizations, municipalities, facility operators, and community stakeholders
  • give an overview of the major points in viaSport’s Return to Sport Guidelines
  • Answer your questions

Jared and Heather will also welcome Rebecca Tunnacliffe, CEO, British Columbia Recreation and Parks Association, who will share information on the return to recreation from BCRPA’s The Recreation and Parks Sector Guideline for Restarting Operations and answer your questions.

To register, click here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

To help you further, check out viaSport’s Return to Sport page which has FAQs and other resources to help you with this process. We hope you to see you on the webinar.


Special Updated Bulletin from the SLA Regarding Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Click here to read the April 6, 2020 letter from the President of Surrey Lacrosse Association pertaining to COVID-19.


Warriors Take Medals at 2020 Provicials!

Congratulations to the U12 Warriors for winning the Gold Medal at the 2020 Women's Provincials, held February 14-17 in Burnaby. The girls upset previously undefeated New Westminster 7-5 to claim the Tier 1 crown. In other Women's action that weekend, kudos to the U15 Team #2 Warriors took home the Tier 2 Silver Medal after a 14-5 setback to a very strong Port Coquitlam squad, while the U15 Team #1 Warriors finished 4th in Tier 2, despite having no spares and a goalie playing with a broken thumb.

In Youth action, congratulations go out to the U15 Warriors who brought home the Tier 2 Bronze Medal after knocking off Burnaby 8-6 at their Youth Provincials, held February 14-17 in Richmond. The U13 Warriors travelled to Nanaimo for their Youth Provincials February 7-8, and while no medalling, had a strong finish to their season.

Click here to see team photos from the Provincials.

Special thank yous go out to all coaches and managers for helping create teamwork and mentoring these teams to compete at a provincial level. Many thanks as well to the siblings, parents, families, and athletes for doing whatever it takes to get your kids to practices and games in all types of environments. This work creates community and it shows!


U15 RR RompU15 Warriors Take Silver Medal at Roadrunner Romp!

Congratulations to the U15 Warriors for winning the Silver Medal at the 10th annual Roadrunner Romp Tournament held November 8-11 in Richmond. Surrey teams competed well and our U15's came up 10 seconds short in the Gold Medal game against Delta, taking home Silver!.

Click on the thumbnail to the right to open the team photo.


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