Mid Island Youth Field Lacrosse Girls Free Try-It Sessions (all ages)
Mondays & Wednesdays from Sept. 17-26
6:00-7:30pm at the Cowichan Sportsplex Field
Highlighters 4v4 Girl’s Field Lacrosse House League 2018
Season: September 28 - November 16, 2018 (8-weeks)
U11 Ages: 2007-2010 (8-11 yrs.) U15 Ages: 2003-2006 (12-15 yrs.)
Fee: $100 (includes BCLA registration)
Practises: Once a week -alternating Mon/Wed’s 6:00-7:30pm
Games: Friday’s U11 Scrimmage 6:00-7:00pm (Field B)
U15 Game 1 6:00-7:00pm (Field A)
U15 Game 2 7:00-8:00pm (Field A)
Details: U15 players will be divided up into four teams and match up in a 6-week round robin series, with semi final and final games. U11’s will practise on the same nights as the U15’s and have weekly Friday scrimmages. All games are played at the Cowichan Sportsplex field in Duncan. Games are played half field, with 4 players per team on the field. There are no restraining lines, and players run both ends. Target sheets will be used in replacement of goalkeepers. Standard women’s field lacrosse rules apply. New and experienced players welcome.
U12 and U15 Girl’s Tournament Team Information
Tournament teams: If there is interest, registered Mid Island players can travel as teams to the mainland in U12 and U15 Divisions. The fee to play on a tournament team will be $25-50 seed money per player, for each tournament. Travel fees in addition.
Tournament Dates: Coquitlam 7v7: Sept. 29, 2018 ~ U12 and U15 Divisions
Richmond Romp: Nov. 9th-11, 2018 ~ U15 Division only
*Provincials : Feb. 9th-11th 2018 ~ U12 and U15 Divisions
*Team(s) would practise twice a week in January for Provincials.
Details: U12 is played Half Field with 8 players per side (including goalkeeper). The U12 game is modified with smaller nets and is limited to below the shoulder stick-to-stick contact. U15 is played Full Field with 10 players per side (including goalkeeper). There are offensive and defensive players held behind restraining lines and players rotate through attack, midfield, and defensive positions. New and experienced players welcome. • Players can choose to play in the Highlighter’s League, and not participate in tournaments, or play in as many tournaments there is interest for.
Required Equipment: Women's field lacrosse stick, goggles, mouth guard, cleats optional.
On-line Registration on this website
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers Still Needed - "Many hands make light work"
The Mid Island Youth Field Lacrosse Association is still looking for volunteers to help with the 2018 - 2019 season.
The current MIYFLA Executive has volunteers who have assumed 2+ positions to make the season possible. For example the MIYFL President, is also the Treasurer, is also a Coach. We welcome more volunteers to lighten the work load and enable the MIYFL Association to provide field lacrosse to Cowichan Valley youth that is rewarding, challenging and memorable.
We are looking for a Treasurer, Referee Allocator & Head Referee and Field Coordinator. It doesn't take as much time as you may think! Please contact Erica Beech, Secretary, at email@example.com for more information.
Thank you to the following volunteers who have stepped forward!
President Lucas Rankin
Vice President Bill Sanderson
Treasurer Lucas Rankin
Secretary Erica Beech
Registrar Kim Schiavon
Head Coach Bill Sanderson
Head Team Manager Katrina McCormick
Head Referee & Referee Allocator vacant
Field Coordinator Bill Sanderson
Booster Club Kristie LaChance
Web & Communications Erica Beech
Hi Everyone:The Ministry of Education has asked that we circulate their survey regarding External Sport Credits to our membership. It would be good if you could take a few minutes (literally, a few minutes) and complete the survey, and following is an explanation. The link to the survey is http://fluidsurveys.com/surveys/openschoolbc/external-credentials-program-survey-1/The Ministry of Education, along with its education partners, is working to redesign the Grades 10-12 curriculum to help ensure students are learning in a way that connects them to the collaboration, communication, and critical thinking skills that are so important after high school. As part of this transformation, the Ministry is also undertaking a review of the External Credentials Program to ensure alignment with the broader changes in the curriculum, such as the principle of flexibility. As well, we would like to assess stakeholders' familiarity with the EC program in British Columbia and gauge the value and accessibility of the program.We hope to reach many of our stakeholders, so we invite you to share the following survey with your current and former students, parents, and colleagues: http://fluidsurveys.com/surveys/openschoolbc/external-credentials-program-survey-1/The survey will remain open until November 30, 2016. Results will inform our review of the EC Program and recommendations for future program design, which will be communicated next year. Regards,Rochelle