It is with great regret that unfortunately due to low registration numbers we are forced to cancel our house league program this year. Please note that the next closest centres are Uxbridge, West Durham and Newmarket if you would like to register there. We will mail a refund cheque to anyone that has already registered. We are very sorry for this inconvenience and thank you so much for supporting Stouffville Minor Lacrosse.
SMLA Will not be offering any rep programs in 2022, any interested players will have to contact their next closest Centre which is either Uxbridge or West Durham.
SMLA REP player boundaries include Stouffville, Markham,
Unionville, Thornhill & Richmond Hill
For any residents outside of Whitchurch-Stouffville’s municipal boundaries, please click on this link, complete the information
and the OLA will advise you of your home association:
Please note the following age division names and age eligibility:
Soft Lacrosse/Peanut (for players 3 and 4 years old)
Paperweight (for players 5 and 6 years old)
U9 Box (formerly Tyke, for players aged 7 and 8)
U11 Box (formerly Novice, for players aged 9 and 10)
U13 Box (formerly Pee Wee, for players aged 11 and 12)
U15 Box (formerly Bantam, for players aged 13 and 14)
U17 Box (formerly Midget, for players aged 15 and 16)
U22 Box (formerly Intermediate, for players aged 17 through 21)
WHY PLAY LACROSSE
Builds self-esteem, sportsmanship and leadership skills
Promotes a healthy and active lifestyle
Lacrosse is Canada’s National Summer Sport
Can provide opportunities to compete at provincial, national and international levels
The fastest growing team sport in North America
Transferable skills include:Lateral movement and foot speed, deke and fake, positional play, explosive power, passing and setting up plays, hand eye coordination, sportsmanship and team play!
Lacrosse is FUN!
Prepares players for when hitting starts in hockey