|May 20/21 – Warm-up Tournament||Halton Hills|
|May 27 – 28 – Week 1||Kitchener / Waterloo|
|June 3 - 4 - Week 2||Brampton|
|June 10 – 11 – Week 3||Orangeville|
|June 17 – 18 – Week 4||Oakville|
|June 24 – 25 – Seeding Weekend||Brampton|
|July 1-2 – NO HOSTING||N/A|
|July 8 – 9 – Week 5||Owen Sound/Six Nations (Split Site)|
|July 15 – 16 – Week 6||Kawartha|
|July 22 – 23 – Week 7||Orillia|
|July 29 - Jul 30 – Seeding Weekend||Brampton|
|Aug 3 - Aug 7 Provincials||Oshawa|
The Bulldogs are planning another solid growth year for Girls’ Field for the summer of 2017!
We had 2 medals at provincials last year (U11C – Gold – U15B – Silver). Our U19 team had an impressive regular season regular of 11-2-3 and made the quarterfinals in a very tough B Division.
We are continuing to gain recognition as a program on the rise with the Ontario Women’s Field Lacrosse (OWFL) clubs. In fact, we were the second leading program in Ontario in terms of growth percentage last season!
We will for the first time offer teams across all divisions (U11,U13,U15 and U19). Multiple teams at each division are possible but we will definitely have 2 teams at U11 based on our U11 returnees and U9 select team from last year. We do need more girls so it is a great time to enter the game!
We will also be entering the third season of the Baby Bulldogs program for girls aged 4-7 years old! We had over 30 girls in this program last year. After the program was over in June, we fielded a Select U9 team that had tremendous success at the 3 play-dates in July losing only 1 game all season.
The teams will be playing mostly on weekends, usually Saturday or Sunday, with practices twice per week (90 minutes each for practices). There will be a few mid-week games for most teams to lessen the weekend commitments.
On-line registration is now open https://admin.sportzsoft.com/apps/regWeb.dll/Login?OrgId=1518
Formal team practices will begin no later than the first week of May. Regular season games will begin the weekend of May 27th for some divisions.
More detailed information on the schedule will follow in early April once all OWFL teams are declared April 15th.
It is important to note that this is a “rep” program, so competition will be intense, and a commitment level will be required from all players. The expectation should be 2 practices per week and 1 game day on the weekend. Participation at all team events will be deemed mandatory unless special permission is granted.
The aim of the program is to foster friendships and competition among the female lacrosse players in our area while continuing to build our program to the elite caliber which is now within our grasp.
Finally, we are always looking for volunteers (coaches, trainers, managers etc..). Our organization is only as strong as our volunteer base so we encourage you parents to get involved in the fastest growing girls’ sports in North America. No experience necessary – only a willingness to learn and a desire to contribute to the growth of this great program!
If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at email@example.com or call me directly on my cell at 416-418-8131.
“Somewhere behind the athlete you’ve become, the hours of practice and the coaches who’ve pushed you, is the little girl who fell in love with the game….And never looked back.”
Girls’ Field Director
Halton Hills Lady Bulldogs – Field Lacrosse
Cell - 416-418-8131
Girl's Field Registrar
U9 Select Girls Team - What a save!
|Baby Bulldogs||Samantha Cock|
|U11 Elite||Sean Jennings|
|U11 Competitive||Kevin Salmon|
|U13 Competitive||Lindsey Highfield|
|U15 Elite||Tim Cadeau|
|U19 Competitive||Samantha Cock|
|Division||Birth Year||Day of Play|
|U9 / Baby Bulldogs||2009 - 2012||Sunday|
|U19||1999 - 2002||Saturday Morning|
Additional information can be found on the Ontario Women's Field Lacrosse (OWFL) website:
Bulldog Casey Lyons playing NCAA Division 1 Lacrosse
A One on One with Casey Lyons, as she explains her love of the game of lacrosse.