Field tryouts begin the weekend of Feb 20/21 all players must be registered to tryout.
Please be advised ALL Field Players must register ONLINE. Paper registrations are not being accepted by the OMFL.
Also, as this is the first year for the field online initiative ALL PLAYERS must upload their birth certificate or passport even if they played last year. In subsequent years, if the player registers each year, you will not be required to upload the proof of age again.
Ontario Lacrosse Association (OLA) Residency Restrictions
All New Players:
Please be advised that the OLA has once again amended their residency rules and this year, the 0 km rule applies to new 2016 registrants. Measure from the player's residence to the boundaries of the next closest club(s). Boundaries are defined by the government list of municipalities.
In other words, if you do not live right in the Town of Orangeville, you may not be eligible to register here. If you are unsure, please email our Registrar with your address for clarification - Registrar@northmenlacrosse.ca
For potential players who reside in the Hillsburgh, Erin area, please note that Caledon's North/Eastern border is Winston Churchill Blvd and the Caledon/Orangeville Townline, consequently, if you reside closest to the Caledon border, you must proceed to register there. Should you wish to play House League only, you must still request a release from your Home Centre and proceed to the next closest centre.
If you have any questions, please email Alanna: Registrar@northmenlacrosse.ca
Hello Northmen families!
Online registration is now open for Minor Field Lacrosse for 2016. You will need to register parent information first, and then you can register your player(s).
Every player will need a proof of age. You will need to download a picture of either a birth certificate or passport ready to upload when registering.
You will have three payment options...pay with a credit card online, or bring cash or cheque to one of our registrations at Tony Rose Arena. This years cost will remain $220 as it was last year.
Registration will need to be done 48 hours before the first try-out. There will be absolutely no registering at try-outs and players will not be allowed to try-out without registering.
Try-out dates are:
Feb 20, Feb 27, March 5, March 12, March 19, and March 26. Times and team assignments will be sent out closer to the date at accommodate hockey play-offs.
If you are interested in coaching this year, please apply through the link.
If you have any questions, please contact Kent Cotton, VP Mens Field, Orangeville Minor Lacrosse Association.
The game of lacrosse is steeped deeply in the historical past of this community, dating back to the 1860's. The Orangeville Dufferins won the very first Ontario Lacrosse Association championship in 1897, and repeated this feat in 1900 and 1901. In 1908 a member of the Dufferins, Dr. G.H. Campbell was chosen to play on the Canadian Olympic Gold Medal winning team. During this era local businesses would close their doors on the afternoons that the team played, and as many as 3 000 people would attend the field games.
**Kids..come out for the frisbee toss between periods 2 and 3! Great prizes for frisbee closest to center...
ODMLA is proud of our Northmen Referees and welcomes anyone interested in refereeing please complete Ref/Timekeeper application and return to any Registration Table .Be sure to also advise approperiate program VP of your intention to referee as positions within the ODMLA are limited.