What is Masters Lacrosse?

Masters Lacrosse in B.C.

So you're slowing down and you're done playing with the big boys or maybe you just want to try out the game for the first time because your son makes it look so easy. If you're 35 or over then Masters lacrosse is for you.


What is 'Masters'?

Masters lacrosse in B.C. is box and field lacrosse with limited contact and limited gear played indoors in arenas throughout the spring and summer and outdoors from fall through spring.


What is the LMML?

The Lower Mainland Masters Lacrosse league is a new league started up in 2011 that features Masters lacrosse players 35 or older from all over the lower mainland. Regardless of experience or level of play anyone can play.


When and Where does the LMML Play?

The Lower Mainland Masters Lacrosse league (LMML) plays most Sunday nights from May through to the end of July at Poco arena. Start time is: 6:15 and will run 3 consecutive games. There is an evaluation night in April where players are split up and play a couple games for the team captains to rate as well there is a break for the Annual July year end tourney.

 

All players are thrown into a draft where the Team Captains will pick their teams just before the season starts. This allows for an even balance on each team.

Information from the Lower Mainland Masters League Website http://www.bclax.ca/