Lady Blue Knights Lacrosse Association has been closely monitoring the information on COVID -19 along with our governing bodies (CLA, OLA and OWFL).
"Out of an abundance of caution and based on the best knowledge available to us, we determined that it was in the best interest of the health and safety of all Canadians for us to pause all sanctioned in-person lacrosse activities (try-outs, training sessions, scrimmages, practices, games, etc.) from March 13th through until April 5th, 2020. As we draw nearer to that end date, it has become evident that the postponement of all in-person lacrosse activities will necessarily extend until at least May 15th, pending further provincial directives and updates."
The safety and health of our membership is first and foremost.
We will continue to provide you with any updates as we receive them.
|Team||Head Coach||Assistant Coach||Assistant Coach||Assistant Coach|
|U11 Elite||Tami Rayner||Molly Fisher|
|U11 Competitive||Sara Pakosta||Megan Latoski|
|U13 Elite||Chris Russell|
|U15 Elite||Tyra Prince||Russ Winters|
|U19 Elite||Jessica Lee||(Attack) Nicole Martindale||(Defence) Morgan Reader||(Midfield) Shannon Modl|
|U19 Competitive 1||Craig Hughes|
|U19 Competitive 2|
Their Opportunity exists to support under serviced families with the means to enroll their children into local sports and recreation programs. We set out to eliminate the financial barriers so children can develop essential life skills such as confidence and sportsmanship, as well as develop a healthy lifestyle.
Their Opportunity hosts a unique Giveback Program where children receiving funding are required to “pay it forward” within their community. Since its inception, Their Opportunity has helped provide opportunities for over 7,500 children and affected thousands more through its Giveback Program translating to 97,500 recreation hours and 26,250 hours of community service or engagement.
Children receiving sponsorship are required to "pay it forward" through Their Opportunity's Give Back Program This program is beneficial to both the child and the community as children use the skills they have developed through sport to enhance the community through service and engagement.”
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Our NEW mentorship program is designed to create an environment to inspire, develop confidence and empower our LBK athletes. Our mentorship program will provide an opportunity for U19 players to become positive and inspirational role models positively impacting our U11, U13, and U15 players. Our U19 players choosing to participate in the program will take part in a training program on how to be a good mentor and role model. Our U19 mentors will be partnered with U11, U13 and U15 players that choose to take part in the program as a mentee. We are excited about launching our mentoring program and hope you are just as excited about taking part in it.
For more information on becoming a Mentor (U19’s), or a Mentee (U11, U13, U15’s) please click on the icon.
A big THANK YOU! to Tim Walsh for donating a Rebounder and other equipment for prizes for our Camp Samac year end celebration. We would also like to thank Durham Sports Gear for their donation of lacrosse prizes. Your donations helped contribute to a very successful Quest for Gold year end celebration!