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Practice information
by QCMBL posted 4/20/2018

Hello Coaches and Managers,

 

Thank you again for stepping up and helping out with your teams this season!

 

Quick update on floor situation.

We are still waiting on the final schedules from the SSLL and until that is finished we cannot release any floor for practices.  We expect the completed SSLL schedule to be in mid next week, thank you everyone for your patience.

 

If you have not submitted your team info please do so at http://teaminfo.qcmlb.ca/

 

Outdoor Harbour Landing (5350 Aerodrome Road) time slots for practices are as follows.  Each time slot is one hour and is assigned to your team until the end of June.  Please note that some time slots are shared.  If you do not plan on using your outdoor practice times at all please let your division director know.  If your time does not work for you please feel free to contact another team to see if they can swap with you.

 

Novice 1:  Mondays 6pm

Novice 2:  Mondays 6pm

Novice 3:  Mondays 7pm

Novice 4:  Wednesdays 6pm

Novice 5:  Wednesdays 6pm

Peewee 1:  Tuesdays 6pm

Peewee 2:  Tuesdays 7pm

Peewee 3:  Tuesdays 7pm

Peewee 4:  Thursdays 6pm

Peewee 5:  Thursdays 7pm

Peewee 6:  Thursdays 7pm

Bantam 1:  Mondays 8pm

Bantam 2: Mondays 8pm

Bantam 3: Wednesdays 7pm

Bantam 4:  Wednesdays 7pm

Bantam 5:  Wednesdays 8pm

Midget 1:  Tuesdays 8pm

Midget 2:  Thursdays 8pm

 

Lastly really short notice but if you want some practice time at the coops tomorrow, Saturday April 21 from 4 pm till 6:30 pm please reply to this email.  No charge for the floor, first come first serve.  Depending on responses the floor time may be shared. 

 

Word on the street the Craven rink is wide open for $60/hour and the Southey Rink is $50 plus GST for an evening or for a 2-hour time slot on Saturday or Sunday.  Sorry, no contact for the Craven rink, Southey rink can be contacted at , the schedule can be viewed at www.southeyskatingrink.com.  These practice time costs would need to come out of your team fees.

 
 

Documents


Adobe PDF file 2018 Rules for Box Provincials (Team Sizes and Participation) *

Adobe PDF file Bank Letter *-  Managers should use this letter when opening a team back account

Adobe PDF file CLA Rule Book *-  RULE & SITUATION HANDBOOK FOR BOX LACROSSE 2017-2018

Adobe PDF file Crease Play *-  A great document for coaches and players to understand the rules of the crease!

Adobe PDF file First Aid Kit *-  List of items that should be included in your team's first aid kit.

Adobe PDF file Lacrosse Drill Cards *-  DRILLS & SKILL CARDS, great for the new coach looking for drills

Adobe PDF file miniTyke Guidelines *

Adobe PDF file Player Medical Form *-  The coach an/or manager should have each player complete the Player Medical Form.

Adobe PDF file Pocket Concussion Recognition Tool *-  Use the Pocket Concussion Recognition Tool as a resource to remind you of the signs and symptoms of concussion. As well as asking athletes whether they have any symptoms, it's also important to keep a lookout for any changes in their behaviour.

Adobe PDF file Practice Plan Template *-  Great document you can print out and use during practices to help run a smooth practice!

Microsoft Excel file QCMBL Expense Sheet *

Adobe PDF file Respect in Sport FAQ *

Adobe PDF file Respect in Sport Instructions *-  Easy Step by Step Instructions to complete your RiS.

Microsoft Excel file Roster Sticker Template *-  This Template is in Microsoft Excel format. All that you need to do is enter your teams information in the first sticker (top left) then all the other stickers will populate. Print in Avery 5163 or 5263 labels (2" x 4", 10 per sheet)

Adobe PDF file Team Manual *-  Information useful for team coaches, managers, and treasurers.

Adobe PDF file Warm Up Guideline *-  In the past, static stretching has been performed before activity but recently the popularity of dynamic stretching has increased as a more applicable type of stretching to do before activity. Dynamic stretching moves the joint through its range of motion, which functionally is more appropriate. Additionally, it has been shown that dynamic stretching can actually improve muscle performance and power when used as part of a warm up program.

*Note some or all of the preceding documents can be downloaded and displayed and/or printed in Adobe's Acrobat format.  If you do not have Adobe's free Acrobat Reader software, download it now.