House League (Guelph Regals Lacrosse)

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2024 Local League Box Lacrosse Age Group & Fees

 Soft Lacrosse 2020-2021      Saturdays 9-10am Victoria Road Recreational Centre
 Paperweight 2018-2019  $75.00    Saturdays 10-11am Victoria Road Recreational Centre
 U9 2016-2017 $200.00 $250.00 Mondays 6/7pm West End Recreational Centre
 U11 2014-2015  $200.00 $250.00 Wednesdays 6/7pm  West End Recreational Centre
 U13 2012-2013 $200.00 $250.00  Mondays 6/7pm West End Recreational Centre
 U15 2010-2011 $200.00 $250.00

 West End Recreational Centre

Huck O'Connell Memorial Year End Tournament


The Local League (House League) program is a development league that partners with other Zone 8 centers for games. 


**Zone 8 includes Cambridge, Centre-Wellington, Kitchener and Brantford and others.**



What is the time commitment for House League Lacrosse? Box House 

League begins in mid‐April and finishes with a wrap‐up tournament at the end of June – 1 floor time a week per division. The divisions are Junior Paperweight to Bantam. 

What day of the week will my child play House League? 

Our House League program is offered Monday and Wednesday nights and Saturday mornings, beginning in mid‐April and finishing at the end of June with a wrap‐up tournament. 

What does my child receive for his/her House League registration fee? 

Each player that plays on a House League team will receive a jersey to use for the season (it must be returned) and a pair of shorts, which they will keep at the end of the House League season. They will also receive a team and individual picture and an award following their end of season wrap‐up tournament. 

How do I know which House League team my child will play on? 

You will receive an email prior to the start of the season. 

Are volunteers needed at House League? 

Absolutely! Our programs cannot operate without volunteers! We encourage parents to help out by coaching a House League team or offering to be a Convenor for one of our divisions. In accordance with the rules of the Ontario Lacrosse Association, each volunteer aged 18 and over must submit a current Criminal Record Check (“CRC”) ‐ Vulnerable Sector. Volunteers must obtain and pay for the CRC and submit the receipt for payment to Guelph Minor Lacrosse Association for reimbursement. No reimbursement will be given without the receipt being provided to GMLA. 

I’d like to help out but I’ve never coached before. What do I do? 

GMLA will provide you with a House League Coach’s handbook containing information and drills that can be used to assist you. 

What does a Division Convenor do? 

House League Division Convenors are responsible for overseeing the coaches and players in their respective divisions, acting as a liaison between coaches and officials and players, coaches and the GMLA. Various tasks throughout the season include: 

a. Ensuring all coaches have their team rosters and contact information a minimum of two (2) weeks prior to the start of the House League season; 

b. Working with the GMLA House League Convenor and Equipment Manager to make sure that all players get their jerseys and shorts; 

c. Watching the games for their divisions and dealing with any and all issues that arise; 

d. Attending GMLA board disciplinary meetings when or if required; 

e. Assisting with House League Photo night; 

f. Helping out at the wrap‐up tournament. All Division Convenors will receive a copy of the Convenor’s handbook prior to the start of the House League season.