Looking to add a little lacrosse to your March Break?, News (Cambridge Minor Lacrosse)

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Feb 26, 2018 | Reno | 567 views
Looking to add a little lacrosse to your March Break?
Join NLL Georgia Swarm Champion Leo Storous and new instructor Hanna Burnett for some lacrosse skill building during Marh Break.


Hanna Burnett currently resides in Guelph, Ontario and is the Head of Women’s Field Development with Spartan Lacrosse Academy. She is currently the Associate Head Coach at Wilfrid Laurier University, Head Coach of the Evolve Women’s U19 Travel program and is a former Team Ontario Assistant and Goaltending Coach. Hanna was a starting goaltender at Wilfrid Laurier University, where she was a two-time team and OUA MVP and four-time OUA All-Star while earning her undergraduate and Masters degrees. Hanna is also an internationally rated women’s official, officiating at the Asia Pacific Championships in Jeju, South Korea and at the FIL Rathbone’s Women’s Lacrosse World Cup in Guildford, England in 2017. She brings a wealth of knowledge surrounding the women’s game and field goaltending and is very excited to be join the Spartan team!
Home Refresh with TLC
We are excited to share that Cambridge minor Lacrosse has been selected by @CTJumpstart to receive a grant from their Sports Releif Fund. The funds helps community sports organizations like ours continue to provide access to sport and play for Canadian kids. This grant will go a long way.
Thank you to MINI MALL storage for helping us expand our storage, to help sort and organize our equipment.
Chudleigh’s was born on an apple farm, a place where bliss is never far away. Country life taught us how to work hard, but also how to savor life’s little rewards and take care of the kid in all of us. For three generations, our scrumptious snacks have been inspired by the magic of coming home.
Cambridge Bingo and Gaming Centre
Cambridge Minor Lacrosse is pleased to present Charitable Gaming. Community Good. This new brand name and logo represents the good works in part, that happen locally as a result of our participation in Charitable Gaming through the Cambridge Bingo and Gaming enter.