22nd Annual Barry Burman Summer Shootout
hosted by the
Orangeville Northmen Minor Lacrosse Assocaition
Friday, June 26th to Sunday, June 28th 2020
Tournament Registration Process:
*Registration is currently CLOSED for Midget, Bantam, Peewee, Novice and Tyke due to the volume of registrations received and being reviewed.
THANK YOU for your interest in the 22nd Annual Barry Burman Summer Shootout!
Friday, June 26th to Sunday, June 28th 2020 for the 22nd Annual Barry Burman Summer Shootout...
Over 900 lacrosse Coaches, Bench staff and Players plus their families and fans will be in Orangeville Friday, June 26th to Sunday, June 28th 2020 for the 22nd Annual Barry Burman Summer Shootout.
Over ninety lacrosse games will be played over the three days at the Alder Street Arena and Tony Rose Memorial Sports Centre in Orangeville. Forty A/B ranked teams in the province represent five divisions including Midget, Bantam, Peewee, Novice and Tyke.
Back row: Butch Keegan, Tony Rose, Lindsay Sanderson & Front row: Barry Burman, Terry Sanderson
Bob Noble & Barry Burman remarkable men dedicated to the sport of lacrosse, Orangeville Northmen 1980.
The tournament is named after one of the ODMLA'S founding fathers, Mr. Barry Burman.
Barry Burman first became involved in Orangeville Lacrosse in 1975 as a Coach of the Orangeville Stingers and continued to coach until 1979. He coached the Stingers to the Jr. C. Ontario Championships in 1976.
Barry was a player in the inaugural season of the Orangeville Northmen Senior B Lacrosse team in 1978 and continued to play into his late 30's until 1989. He was a member of 3 President Cup teams during this time. Barry remained involved in lacrosse at the minor level as Coach for over 15 years. He was a member of the Orangeville Northmen Jr. A Executive from 1992-1996: three Minto Cup Championships were won during this period.
Barry was a Player, Coach, Volunteer and Executive Member of the Orangeville Northmen Lacrosse Association, but mostly, he was a fan of the game of Lacrosse and passionate about being involved with the sport. After a hard fought battle with cancer, Barry passed away August 5, 1998. Barry's family continues to live and play in Orangeville, and on June 24, 2012, the ODMLA presented the Burman family with a plaque at the Summer Shootout honouring Mr. Burman and recognizing Barry's great achievements and contributions to Orangeville Lacrosse.