Thunder News

2018 Season Schedules Posted

The regular season schedules for all divisions have been posted on the Lower Mainland Minor Lacrosse Commission website, as well as on each PMLA Division Page.  Click on the "Divisions" button above, then select "Minor" and then select your division from the menus.

Ecole Cariboo Hill Secondary School Field Lacrosse Academy

The Burnaby School District has partnered with Simon Fraser University (SFU) to create a state of the art Field Lacrosse Academy for Grade 8-12 students at Ecole Cariboo Hill Secondary School starting in September 2018.  Student athletes will receive high performance training with academic support through a holistic approach.  Delivery of the program will be under the supervision of Brent Hoskins, Head Coach of the SFU Lacrosse Club.

Please note, applications are due March 16th, 2018.  For more information and application details, visit:

PMLA Executive Positions

We have openings for volunteers!  The following PMLA Executive positions are vacant and we are seeking individuals who are committed to our great sport to fill them.

  • 3rd Vice-President:  The duties are reasonably light as well, usually taking on a few tasks during the year to learn about how our association functions.
  • Female Division Coordinator:  We are working hard to grow the girls game, and would like someone to coordinate efforts across age groups to connect with the girls to encourage them to play.

If you are interested in any of these positions, place contact the PMLA President (

2018 Minor Box Lacrosse Provincials

The 2018 SUBWAY Minor Box Lacrosse Provincial Championships will be taking place as follows:

  • Bantam Provincials - July 5-8, hosted by Richmond Lacrosse Association
  • Peewee Provincials - July 12-15, hosted by Coquitlam Minor Lacrosse Association
  • Female Junior/Midget/Bantam/Peewee Provincials - July 12-15, hosted by Surrey Lacrosse Association
  • Midget Provincials - July 26-29, hosted by Burnaby Minor Lacrosse Association

For more information, click here.

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  • Lacrosse provides and environment where children can make new friends, learn to work as part of a team and become leaders in the community
  • Lacrosse provides a challenge to your child’s body, mind, and spirit


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