Find our "QCMBL Registration Open" sign at the Al Ritchie or Doug Wickenheiser arena’s, snap a picture of yourself in front of the sign and post it on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and be sure to mention and follow @qcmbl.
What do you win? The SLA has two tickets for the winner to see the Saskatchewan Rush on April 14thAND you get to run out onto the turf with a Rush player at the beginning of the game!
Winner will be selected by random draw from social media posts that meet the posting criteria and are registered to play lacrosse with the QCMBL this coming season.
The QCMBL is looking for volunteers to help coach.
Novice, Peewee, Bantam and Midget:Lacrosse experience is not needed, training is provided at no cost! If you or anyone you know have experience with children but have limited or no lacrosse knowledge or are familiar with the game but have limited coaching experience we are more than willing to work with you to give you the tools necessary to coach in the QCMBL. Along with one, sometimes two games a week practices are a one-hour commitment once a week where the focus is on fun and skill development.
miniTyke and Tyke: we are looking for parent helpers to help with player management on the floor during these sessions. Lacrosse experience is not necessary.
Please consider helping out this season with your player's team, if you are interested please submit your information here, http://coachapp.qcmbl.ca/
Does your son or daughter, or even yourself want to make a few extra dollars this spring? If so please register for a referee clinic, free of charge. http://refapp.qcmbl.ca/
If you would like to volunteer in another capacity we are also looking for volunteers to help in these areas:
Annual Novice Tournament on May 12-13 weekend.
Gameday workers for our Junior Barracuda team's inaugural season.
If you are interested in volunteering please email
Team Sask represents the Saskatchewan Lacrosse Association and all its Member Associations at the Canadian Lacrosse Association National Championships. Being a part of the Team Sask program will give players the opportunity to have elite level training and get some more Lacrosse games in during the season. It is also a great opportunity for players to meet new friends and make great memories while showcasing their Lacrosse skills on the National level. Above all, the Team Sask program gives players the chance to represent their community and province while having FUN.
Barracuda Lacrosse is holding tryout camps on April 7-8 at the Co-operators Arena in Regina for Novice, Peewee, Bantam, Midget and Junior players. The Barracuda Lacrosse Club is an elite lacrosse program based out of Regina SK. Players from all southern Saskatchewan lacrosse associations are encouraged to come out. REGISTER/DETAILS
Home town boy Eric Kratz played minor box lacrosse with the QCMBL as well as playing two years with the Midget SWAT. After minor lacrosse he went on and played with the Richmond Roadrunners in the BC Intermediate A league. The following season he played his second year of intermediate with the new Westminster Salmonbellies in the A league.
Eric has played both years of junior in the BC junior A lacrosse league with New Westminster. In his most recent season he posted career and league bests for save % and Goals Against Average in the process of winning the Goalie of the Year award for BCJALL.
Following his second junior season Eric entered the NLL draft and was drafted by the Vancouver Stealth in the 5th round 48th overall.
Eric also gives back to the grass roots as goalie coach for the Barracuda Lacrosse program back in Regina during the off season.