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2017 Registration is open January 1 2017.  

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Due to changes by the GELC with the "A"Division regulation, it has been mandated that the "A" level teams be selected early.

Greater Edmonton Lacrosse Council Memo on “A” Division Changes

January 13, 2017


Regulation 1.04.01 as changed in the GELC regulations on November 22, 2016


                        If an association does not have an A team, players from that association may be sent to try out in the designated try out zone for that Association. The designated zone.

a)     Zones for A division play are as follows:

(i)    Titans/Raiders

(ii)   Rebels/Wizards/Rams

(iii)  Posse/Rock/Blues

(iv)  Crush/Warriors


b)    Any disagreement or exceptions will be resolved by the Board of Directors of the GELC. All decisions will be final and not eligible for appeal.


c)     If cut by the A team in their zone the player reverts back to the home club for placement.


d)    A evaluations must be concluded by the third (3rd) Sunday of March yearly.


e)     Remaining evaluations must be completed by the first Sunday in April.


f)      Any Association within a zone may host an A team as long as they have a lower division team.


g)    The zones mentioned above are for the purposes of “A” ball and have no relationship to girls divisions play.


( amended November 22,2016)

Dear GELC Members,


 The GELC board of directors with careful consideration to the ongoing desire to improve Lacrosse in the Greater Edmonton area and with consideration to comments made in local clubs, the GELC A intent regulation has been removed and replaced with the regulation above.

For 2017 this means the following:

Players will be required to register in their local club.

Tryouts for A divisions teams will be held in the zone in which their club is associated with.

The Zone will be required to host at minimum a pee wee, bantam and midget team a team.

All players in the zone will be given equal opportunity to try out for a zone A team.

If a zone has enough players to make more than one A team, the try outs will be held together.

If there is more than one team in a zone the A players from the hosting teams in the zones will be required to play on their home clubs A team.

The players from the Association not hosting the team will be placed as required on either of the teams being created as determined by the zone.

For Example

At pee wee

Club 1, 2, and 3 are a combined zone

Club 1 and 3 have enough players in accordance with the GELC Tiering chart to make 3 teams each, and will be making an A team, players from club 2 will be at the evaluations and tryouts and placed on one of the two teams as required by the Zone.

Clubs hosting the A teams will be determined by the members of the zone.

Zones were created with geography and team numbers to determine a good balance in player numbers in each of the four zones created to create the best number of teams.

Should a player not be selected to play on an A team, they will be placed at the appropriate level in their home club.  There will not be transfers made to other zones of players cut by their zone. Players not selected to the Zone A teams will be placed in their home club on B, or C level teams.

Should there be a need to amalgamate players at a B or C level to create a team it would be done within the described zones as well. This would only occur should a club have not enough players to form a team in a specific division, or a team at any division

For Example

Club 1 has 6 pee wee players registered they have nowhere to play in their club they would be placed on a team within the zone the club is assigned too where ever possible.

Please note at this time no girls divisions are impacted by the described zones and girls will not necessarily be amalgamated in the same zone structure

Any disputes not resolved within the zone will be brought to the GELC Board of Directors for resolution. 

Therefore tryouts for Sherwood Park Titans "A" level for PeeWee, Bantam and Midget will be held February 20, 2017 to March 1, 2017.

If your child is interested in playing "A" level you MUST register before February 20, 2017 and registration fees MUST be paid before they are allowed on the field.

An additional tryout fee may be charged to cover the extra floor time costs.

If you have any questions, please contact your Division Director.

 Save the Dates!

Evaluations for All Divisions "B" & "C" Teams will take place Mar 14, 17 and 18th. Practices will begin April 1-13th with the season starting April 17th.  For further information or questions please contact your Division Director.  

Coach Development Opportunity

Erik Turner will be speaking about Versatile Coaching, using a multi-sport approach to success in lacrosse. Please come and join Erik as he explores how other sports impact your desired outcomes with your lacrosse team, share your coaching experiences and learn together in an informal setting. 

January 24 from 7-9pm at GELC office 202-306 69 Ave NW

Space is limited.  If you are interested contact Jared Poole at or (587)988 5217.  

Interested in beco
ming a Coach? 

The Sherwood Park Titans are now accepting coaching applications for all divisions and levels for the 2017 season.  Applicants will be contacted at a later date for interviews.  The deadline for applications is January 30, 2017.   

To apply visit the Coach's Corner Tab and submit your application by January 30, 2017. A current Criminal Record Check and Vulnerability Check will be required.  Present the Titans letter at the RCMP station located at 911 Bison Way and a Criminal Check will be provided at no charge. 

For questions contact : Jared Poole, Coach Development at or (587)988 5217. 

RMLL Information Session For New Junior Players
The Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League (RMLL) in conjunction with the GELC will be holding a North Information Session for all first year new Juniors. The RMLL will present an overview of Major Lacrosse in Alberta and the various Divisions of Junior lacrosse in the RMLL. Representatives of the teams in the various Junior Divisions will also be in attendance to provide info on their specific programs.

Please plan to attend.

North Information Session
Date: Thursday, January 19, 2017
Location: Central Lions Senior Rec. Centre - Large Auditorium
11113-113 Street, Edmonton
Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Who: Male New Junior Players from Red Deer North

Agenda will be coming soon.

Christine Thielen

RMLL Executive Director

Winter Drop In Sessions.....

The Sherwood Park Titans will be hosting a Winter drop in again this year for minor lacrosse aged players and those wishing to try our great sport.

This is a great opportunity for our young players to maintain their skills over the off season. 

We will be running the following divisions and timings:

Bantam/Midget: Sunday 8:45pm - 9:45pm January 8, 15, 22, 29, February 5, 12 and 4:30pm - 5:30pm Thursday March 9th

Mini-tykes/Tykes: Tuesday 4:30pm - 5:30pm January 10, 17, 24, 31, February 7, 14, 21, 28

Novice/Peewee: Thursday 4:30pm - 5:30pm January 12, 19, 26, February 2, 9, 16, 23 and Tuesday March 7th 

8 sessions/age group

These sessions are for boys and girls and are open to previous players, current players, and new/future players. 

Equipment Required: helmets, gloves, shorts, sticks and runners. Knee pads are also recommended. 

Bantam/Midget: full equipment 

All drop in sessions will be at Millenium Place (2000 Premier Way, Sherwood Park, AB) 

The cost of each session will be $5.00 per player per session. 


The Sherwood Park Titans are looking for candidates for the following positions:

Mini-tyke/Tyke Director


Vice President

Please email if you are interested in any of these roles.




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