What kind of equipment is required?

Equipment is similar to that of hockey equipment. More details are available under the Equipment tab on the main page https://qcmbl.ca/content/equipment

When does the season start and finish?

  • Evaluations for players Tyke age and older are held at the end the beginning of April, with games getting on their way mid-April.  The league playoffs finish up the end of June.
  • miniTyke age groups start playing mid-April and run through to the third week of June.

What is the time commitment?

  • Novice aged players and older will have usually have one or two games per week, along with one practice a week.
  • Tyke and miniTyke players play once a week.  Floor time is split with practice and a scrimmage.

What age group would my player be in for the 2022 season?

Age Group; Year born

6U (miniTyke); 2016, 2017 & 2018
8U (Tyke); 2014, 2015
10U (Novice); 2012, 2013
12U (Peewee); 2010, 2011
14U (Bantam); 2008, 2009
16U (Midget); 2006, 2007
Junior (16-21 year olds); 2005-2001

What days of the week are the games?

The days of the week for League Game Days for each division are not available as the Board has not set up the 2022 season as of yet. 

  • miniTyke:  not available
  • Tyke:  not available
  • Novice:  not available
  • Peewee: not available
  • Bantam: not available
  • Midget:  not available
  • Junior:  not available

I would like to help coach, how do I sign up?

Complete our online Coaching application form and we'll contact a before evaluations.

Where are games played?

Box lacrosse is played on the bare concrete that is under the ice surface of a hockey rink.  In Regina, we play at the Al Ritchie, Doug Wickenheiser and Co-op Rinks.

How much travel can I expect?

  • miniTyke, Tyke, Novice*:  All games are played in Regina
  • Peewee* and Bantam*:  Majority of games played in Regina with the possibility of travel to some South Sask Lacrosse locations.
  • Midget*:  Midget teams will be playing in the South Saskatchewan Lacrosse League, all home games are played in Regina.  Away games can be scheduled in Estevan, Weyburn, Moose Jaw and Swift Current.
  • Junior Tier 2:  Teams will be playing in the Prairie Gold Lacrosse League, all home games are played in Regina.  Away games can be scheduled in Saskatoon and Prince Albert
  • Junior Tier 1:  The Junior Barracuda team plays in the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League, all home games are played in Regina.  Away games can be scheduled in Saskatoon, Winnipeg and major centers in Alberta.

*These divisions may choose to go to an out of town tournament, this is discussed as a team at the beginning of the season. 

 How much does it cost to play?

Costs vary depending on division, The 2022 season league fees are as follows:

  • 6U (Mini-Tyke) - TBD
  • 8U (Tyke) - TBD
  • 10U (Novice) - TBD
  • 12U (PeeWee) - TBD
  • 14U (Bantam) - TBD
  • 16U (Midget) - TBD

2020 league fees where as follows:

  • miniTyke - $175
  • Tyke - $175
  • Novice - $285
  • Peewee - $320
  • Bantam - $330
  • Midget - $335

In addition to league fees, teams may ask for additional team fees that help the team pay for team clothing, pictures, tournament fees, and /or extra practice time.  The league has set a maximum amount that teams can request, this is as follows:

  • miniTyke/Tyke - $100
  • Novice, Peewee, Bantam, Midget - $250

Can I request to play with my friend?

No.  Due to increased issues with requests this will not be an option for the 2021 season. 

What if I have more questions?

Please feel free to contact us, we'll be happy to answer your questions!

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