2019 House League (Cambridge Minor Lacrosse)

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2019 House League

Cambridge Minor Lacrosse Association is pleased to announce a new local league program starting in the 2019 season.


This program varies from the traditional house league programs that have been offered in the past. Players will play in the regular local league season that runs from April until the end of June. After which they will have the opportunity to continue practicing with their team, play some travel exhibition games with teams of similar calibre, and even tournaments. 


Traditional House League

NEW Interlock League

Focus on skills development

Focus on skills development

Teaching the sport of lacrosse

Teaching the sport of lacrosse

One hour practice a week with scrimmage against the same players

A half hour practice followed by a game with different teams

Combined multiple levels of players spanning 4 years of age

Appropriate levels based on age of players

No contact permitted

Realistic game like play with controlled contact

No travel games or tournaments

Local travel (Kitchener/Guelph/Cambridge/Centre Wellington/Brantford)

Season is finished when school ends

Season is finished when school ends

No end of season tournament

Big end of season tournament


Modified rules to promote skill development

Registration for the 2019 local league season will be $150, and will be available based on sufficient registrations.

Monday -  Tykes

Wednesday - Novice



* When registering online please select House League as the name of the program

Click here to Register


Modified rules are as follows;


INTERLOCK LEAGUE RULE MODIFICATIONS

Zone 8  DEVELOPMENT


Game Length, Shifts and Restarting Play

Games will consist of Three (3) Twelve (12) minute periods with a shift buzzer every two (2) minutes. The clock shall stop during the shift change. Players are expected to exchange as quickly as possible to keep the game flowing and avoid “Dead Ball” time. Play will restart with possession to the team last in possession or closest to a loose ball.



Scoring and Awarding Goals

Play will resume after a goal is scored with possession in the crease of the team that was scored upon. The scoring team must retreat and “Tag up” outside of their attacking zone prior to pressuring the ball.

No player may score more than three (3) goals in one (1) game or more than two (2) times in any given period. Play will resume as if the goal is scored following a disallowed goal due to this rule.


Fouls and Infractions

Cross checking and Body checking are NOT permitted. Players may use the portion of the stick

which is held between the hands to TOUCH & CONTROL the ball carrier.

Infractions will result in play being stopped with the infraction being explained to the players. Play will resume with the player in possession prior to the stoppage in play. Multiple or serious infractions will result in a player being sent to their respective players bench for the duration of their shift. The infracted player’s team will play the duration of that shift without a substitute for that player.


All other rules will be as per the OLA interpretation of the CLA Rule and Situation Handbook 2017/2018 Edition.



If there are any questions or concerns, please e-mail Sean Eno at [email protected]
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