2022 Canada Games General Information:

  • 2022 Canada Summer Games Website - click here
  • 2022 Canada Summer Games Box Lacrosse Page - click here
  • NEW Canada Summer Games Brand - click here
  • Niagara 2022 Canada Summer Games Date Announcement - click here

Box Lacrosse Competition Dates:

  • 17U Female:  August 7-12, 2022
  • 17U Male:  August 16-21, 2022

CSG Athlete Handbook: click here

 

CSG Arrivals & Departures Handbook: click here

 

CSG Team BC Merchandise: click here

 

Quick Facts:

  • Box Lacrosse returns to the Canada Summer Games program after originally being on the program in 1969 and 1985.
  • Box Lacrosse will be featured at the 2022 Canada Games taking place in Ontario's Niagara Region - August 6-21, 2022.
  • Female and Male Box Lacrosse teams will compete in the 2022 Games. 

2022 Canada Summer Games Livestreaming:  Click Here

 

2022 Canada Summer Games Overall Box Lacrosse Schedules & Scores:

  • Overall 17U Female Box Lacrosse Schedule & Scores - Click Here
  • Overall 17U Male Box Lacrosse Schedule & Scores - Click Here

2022 Canada Summer Games Team BC Games Only - Schedules & Scores:

  • Team BC 17U Female Box Lacrosse Schedules & Scores: Click Here
  • Team BC 17U Male Box Lacrosse Schedules & Scores: Click Here

                                            

 

2022 Team BC 17U Male Athlete Profiles:

 

 

        

 

        

 

        

 

 

 

2022 Team BC 17U Female Athlete Profiles:

 

 

        

 

        

 

                                                         

 

2022 Canada Summer Games 17U Roster Announcements:

  • Team BC CSG 17U MALE Team:  Top 24 Roster Announcement (posted May 12 2022) - click here
  • Team BC CSG 17U FEMALE Team:  Final Roster Announcement (posted May 12, 2022) - click here
  • Team BC CSG 17U MALE Team:  Training Roster Announcement (posted Feb 1, 2022) - click here
  • Team BC CSG 17U FEMALE Team:  Training Roster Announcement (posted Jan 31, 2022)click here
  • Team BC CSG 17U FEMALE Team:  Training Roster Announcement (posted Nov 10) - click here
  • Team BC CSG 17U MALE Team Training Roster Announcement (posted Nov 12) - click here

Player Eligibility:

  • BCLA Registered Box Lacrosse Athletes (2021 Box Season and 2022 Box Season).
  • Age Eligibility - 17U Female and 17U Male - Birth years 2005, 2006, 2007.
  • Canada Games Council Eligibility Policy - click here

2022 Canada Summer Games Coach Announcement - click here

 

 

Covid-19 Vaccination Information

Team BC 17U Female & Male Program - Covid-19 Vaccination Policy Message (posted Dec 15) - click here

Canada Games Council - Covid-19 Vaccination Policy Statement (posted Dec 6) - click here 

Canada Games Council - Covid-19 Vaccination Policy FAQ (posted Dec 6) - click here

 

Games Prep Program - click here

Games Prep Program Media Release - click here

 

 


History Facts about Lacrosse in the Canada Games:

 

 

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Halifax-Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

August 16-24, 1969

  • 1969 was the inaugural year for lacrosse at the Canada Summer Games.
  • Lacrosse - British Columbia beat Ontario 17-15 in the Gold Medal Game.
  • BC was the Grandview Legion Junior B team from South Vancouver-Trout Lake.  Team was made up of 17-19 year olds.
  • Ontario was the Rexdale Warriors Junior A team made up of 19-21 year olds.
  • The Grandview Legion team would eventually turn into the Burnaby Cablevision.

YouTube Game Clips: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfT84fcW2-E

 

 

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A big thank you to Nick Delmonico for the archives

Fun 1969 Lacrosse Facts:

 

  • BCLA Registration was approx. 4,000 athletes
  • Mann Cup - Brooklin Redmen (ON), MVP - Bill Squires
  • Minto Cup - Oshawa Green Gaels (ON), MVP - Jim Higgs
  • President's Cup - Nanaimo Luckies (BC)
  • Founder's Cup - Vancouver Grandview (BC)

St. John, New Brunswick

August 11-24, 1985

 

  • The 1985 Canada Games were almost called off because of a labor dispute, but an agreement was met in the 11th hour.
  • Prime Minister Brian Mulroney officially declared the 1985 Canada Games underway in front of a crowd of 12,000 people at Canada Games Stadium.
  • Lacrosse - British Columbia defeated Ontario in the Gold Medal Game.
  • BC was the Victoria Seasprays coached by Victoria's Brian Spaven.
  • Paul and Gary Gait headed up this strong BC Team.

 

   

A big thank you to Grant Hamilton for the archives


Fun 1985 Lacrosse Facts:

 

  • BCLA Registration was approx. 4,300 athletes
  • Mann Cup - Brooklin Redmen (ON), MVP - Wayne Colley
  • Minto Cup - Whitby Warriors (ON), MVP - Paul Gait
  • President's Cup - North Shore Indians (BC), MVP - Ben Hieltjes
  • Founder's Cup - Scarborough Saints (ON)

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