About the Surrey Lacrosse Association

The Surrey Minor Lacrosse Association was established in 1973 in what was then The Corporation of the District of Surrey, British Columbia, Canada to provide minor box lacrosse to the community.  The population of Surrey was approximately 100,000 at that time and the fledgling association had only a handful of teams, nicknamed the "Rebels".  By 2004, the population of what was now the City of Surrey passed 400,000 and the SMLA had over 400 registered players on 23 teams.  In 2007, with the addition of senior divisions to the fold, the Constitution and Bylaws were amended for the first time and the Association was re-christened the Surrey Lacrosse Association.  In 2012, with the folding of the South Fraser Field Lacrosse Association, we added field lacrosse to our family and nicknamed "Warriors" to respect the history of that sport in the community.

The SLA services the City of Surrey north of 40 Avenue, and fields minor division teams (ages 4 to 16) in the Lower Mainland Minor Lacrosse Commission and field division teams (ages 7-18) in the Pacific Coast Field Lacrosse League.  We are proud members of the British Columbia Lacrosse Association.

Our mailing address is:

Surrey Lacrosse Association
c/o 16654 79A Avenue
Surrey BC  V4N0H9

2019-2020 SLA Management Team


Sean Reid


Monika Nociar


Susan Dos Santos


Deanna Cox

Tournament Coordinator

Darren Houldsworth

School Promotions Coordinator

James Bayley

Concussion Awareness Officer

Darren Houldsworth


Mike Constantine
Ryan Paddon
Braden Wilkins

Past President

Cal Davies

1st Vice President - Field

James Bayley

2nd Vice President - Field

Ian Tyerman

Coaching Coordinators - Field

TBA (Youth)
Mike Constantine (Women's)

Head Referee - Field

Jody Weatherby

Equipment Manager - Field

Jason Piper


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