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    SAVE THE DATE!!!

    Mark your calendars for these two important events!!!

    The Orangeville Minor Northmen AGM will be held Thursday October 27th, 7:30pm in the Northview Room at Tony Rose Arena.

    We are excited to host the 2022 Orangeville Minor Northmen Awards Night!  It will be held Monday November 7th at ODSS - more details to come!!! #savethedate #bethere

    Jr B Northmen Announce New GM...

    The Orangeville Northmen Jr B lacrosse Club are proud to name Lindsay Sanderson as the new General Manager.

    Lindsay has over 50 + years in Lacrosse, as a player, and Coach and General Manager in the NLL, and the Ontario Junior Lacrosse League. He is a member of the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame, the Ontario Lacrosse Hall of Fame, and the Orangeville Sports Hall of Fame. Lindsay is currently very involved with Orangeville Minor lacrosse, as an executive member, and a coach.

    Lindsay will take over the GM duties from Ryan Dowdall.

    On behalf of myself, and the Orangeville Lacrosse Association we would like to thank Ryan for all his hard work these past 15+ years.

    Lindsay will take over the reins immediately, and will begin to prepare for the upcoming 2023 season.

     

    Reagrds,

     

    R. Kent Davis

    President

    Orangeville Minor Lacrosse Association

    president@northmenlacrosse.ca

    Coaching Clinics

    Stay tuned for upcoming clinics!

    Orangeville Generals


    Hockey And Lacrosse Are Very Similar Sports.

    Hockey players excel in lacrosse and, in turn, they become markedly better hockey players. Both hockey and lacrosse are high tempo, physical team sports that have similar elements to the game. Both sports utilize 5 players and a goalie, three periods and strategy of developing odd-man situations to create scoring opportunities.

    Comparatively, lacrosse is a much less expensive sport than hockey and uses much of the same protective upper body equipment.

    Hockey Players Benefit From Lacrosse By Developing:

    • stick handling creativity
    • creativity in tight areas
    • creativity of fakes, back passes and shots
    • use of both hands
    • reading the play offensively
    • strong, dynamic defensive tactics
    • builds up strength and endurance
    • prevents sport burn-out by playing a new, fast-paced sport
    • increases hand-eye coordination
    • teaches players to be more aware of their surroundings
    • reinforces the importance of quickness and agility around the net
    • leadership skills
    • scoring skills are honed by shooting at smaller targets and picking corners

    Northmen News

    Lacrosse Equipment

    By Kim Bovaird (secretary) 08/17/2017, 10:00am EDT

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