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Fall Field Lacrosse

U16 tryouts will take place this Tuesday August 23rd and Thursday August 25th, 6:00pm at PEPS Fields (fields just west of Tony Rose Arena.  Players must be registered and have paid before being allowed on the field.  

If anyone is interested in playing U13 (born 2004, 2005, 2006) or U16 (born 2001, 2002, 2003) Fall Field, please contact Kent Cotton at before Aug 12th.

The season runs from Sept 3rd to October 8/9th, every Saturday and Saturday/Sunday on the Thanksgiving weekend. It is a full field and full contact league this year and there is no game attendance requirement to participate in the league finals.

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2016 Northmen Boys Field Lacrosse - Click here!

2016 BOYS FIELD REGISTRATION IS NOW ONLINE Please click on the link above, create your account and register your son for Northmen Field Lacrosse!!! ****Even if you played here last year, you are required to upload proof of age to this system. Please scan or take a picture of the player's birth certificate or passport and upload to the required field. Without this section complete, you will NOT be approved for play.**** If you have any questions, or need assistance please contact Alanna -


08/23/2016, 9:15pm EDT

By Northmen Executive

Thanks to everyone who tried out for the 2017 Novice 1 Northmen.  

We have posted the roster under the roster tab on the new Novice 1 webpage. Congratulations to all and good luck in fundraising in the up coming months and of course the 2017 lacrosse season.  

For all other Novice age players for 2017 we will have Tryouts next spring as usual for the Novice 2 team and possibly a Novice Select in registration numbers allow!!



    History of the Northmen

    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.

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    Orangeville will play host to the 2016 Canadian Junior B Lacrosse Championship Tournament this August. This prestigious event will be contested over the course of 7 days from Monday August 15th to Sunday August 21st.

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    Dufferin County Paramedics itogether with the Orangeville Northmen "Stuff an Ambulance"!  Collected 2330 lbs of food and $1216.20!  THANK YOU!!!

    "Stuff an Ambulance" for the Orangeville Food Bank

    Dufferin County Paramedics together with the Orangeville Northmen "Stuff an Ambulance"!  Paramedics and players from the 2015 Orangeville Northmen Paperweight team collected 2330 lbs of food and $1216.20!  THANK YOU!!!

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    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.



    KidSport is a national not-for-profit organization that provides financial assistance for registration fees and equipment to kids aged 18 and under. Through a confidential application process we provide grants so they can play a season of sport. Nationally, KidSport is comprised of a network of 11 provincial/territorial KidSport chapters and 178 community KidSport chapters. Since its creation in 1993, over 530,000 kids across the country have been given the chance to play sport through KidSport grants and sport introduction programming.