2024 Registration Information (Wallaceburg Minor Lacrosse Association)

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2024 REGISTRATION OPEN

EARLY BIRD RATES ARE IN EFFECT UNTIL MARCH 1, 2024

 

The WMLA is changing up the registration process for this year.  The cost is similar, but the structure for payment will be different.  Please read carefully and reach out if you have any questions.

 

Our organization has been fortunate enough to see record growth in participation over the recent years.  While this is great news for sharing the game of lacrosse with more youth in our area, it creates other issues with team construction, available floor time and offering a product for all players to enjoy that best matches where they are on the development curve.

 

This year we are able to offer 3 options for programming:

  • Free 'Try Lacrosse' sessions
  • A full 10-week House League Program
  • Travel Representative Program

DIVISION / BIRTH YEAR

U5 (Peanut/Soft Lacrosse) / 2020-2021

U7 (Paperweight) / 2018-2019

U9 / 2016-2017

U11 / 2014-2015 

U13 / 2012-2013

U15 / 2010-2011

U17 / 2008-2009

U22 / 2003-2007

2024 COST STRUCTURE

Try Lacrosse

Free but will be first come, first served limited spacing available.

- Registration is required

 

Soft Lacrosse (U5/Peanut)

Fee: $50

 

House League

(U7 / Paperweight to U13)

Early Bird Fee (Must be paid in full by March 1st):

-$150

 

Regular Fee: $200

 

- Full 10-week program

- Includes reversible pinny

 

- Additional House League programs may be developed, pending registration.

Travel Representative Lacrosse (U7 / Paperweight to U22***)

Early Bird Fee (Must be paid in full by March 1st):

-$150

 

Regular Fee: $250

 

- Additional Organization Fees (due within 2 weeks of Rep. Team position offer) 

  • $100 (U7 / Paperweight)
  • $200 (U9 and Up)

- Additional team fees will be extra

SPECIAL NOTES:

* Players must have their initial registration fee paid to be eligible to tryout.  There are no tryout fees, and a player may be released after one tryout.  Please see the refund policy in the WMLA Rules and Regulations Manual under the About Us tab.

 

** To be eligible for the Early Bird pricing, full payment is required by March 1st.  This includes confirmation of any financial supports like Jumpstart and A.L.L. for Kids

 

*** U22 players wishing to try out for Junior B Red Devils, must register for the Wallaceburg Griffins U22 program first.  Fee refunds will be issued upon acceptance to team position offer.

PROGRAM INFORMATION

Try Lacrosse

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Completely free single session events held in a local gym to give parents and prospective players an introduction to lacrosse and some of the basic skills of passing, catching, cradling and shooting. This program is designed for players that have never played lacrosse but are interested in learning a little more of the game without the financial commitment. Hockey helmet with a full cage and appropriate indoor shoes are required, gloves (lacrosse or hockey) are recommended, and sticks will be provided.

House League

A full 10-Week program running late April to late June.  The mandate of the House League Program is to offer lacrosse skill development in a fun and encouraging atmosphere. There will be some non-contact gameplay introduced; whether it is intrasquad 3 on 3 or a festival style tournament with another center is yet to be determined and dependent on registration numbers for both organizations. This program is great for players that are released from Representative tryouts to work on focused lacrosse skill development and for families that are not ready for the commitment of a full travel Representative lacrosse season. Appropriate Footwear, Helmet, Gloves and a Stick are required.

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Travel Representative Lacrosse

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This is the Rep. Box Lacrosse we are all used to watching and playing. All players registering for Rep. lacrosse are required to tryout. The Org. does support having a second representative team if registration and appropriate coaching support is available. This will be a board decision each year for each individual age group. All players must tryout for the First Rep. team and be released to be eligible for the Second team. If a player is released from all tryouts, they will be automatically added to the House League roster, ensuring all players have the opportunity to enjoy the game lacrosse.