Congrats to our 2016 Midget Girls for being crowned provincial ‘B’ champions, winning GOLD at provincials for the second year...
2016 Team Ontario lacrosse dominated the National Championships this year, with the help of some of our Nepean Knights. Team...
Just a note that the date for the annual general meeting will be posted to the website / facebook /...
In case you missed it – our Knights that were crowned Canadian Champs are highlighted in this months edition of The Ottawa Sports Page in a piece titled “Nepean Lacrosse leads large local crew crowned Canadian Champs”. Click here or read the article on Page 10 by flipping through the September 17th edition below. #knightsproud
For all you pro lacrosse fans, the NLL schedule has been published for the upcoming season. The Toronto Rock will see their first home game on January 14th @ 7pm vs. Saskatchewan. Remember when you call for tickets this season to tell them you are a minor lacrosse family to receive discounts and any incentives...
Hello Nepean families, The 2016 Annual General Meeting is fast approaching. The date will be announced Thursday September 26th. Prior to the AGM I would love to hear from you. Below are links to two surveys. If you participated in the HOUSE LEAGUE PROGRAMME click here or copy and paste the following link in your browser:: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HouseNKMLA2016...
Why Play Lacrosse?
“It’s lacrosse that helped teach me to spin off checks, take shots and protect the puck under pressure. My stick skills, the way to read the play quickly comes from lacrosse. The hand-eye coordination, is just one of the little things that helps you in hockey.”
John Tavares, two-time World Junior Hockey Champion
I could hardly wait to get my lacrosse stick out and start throwing the ball around. It didn’t matter how cold or rainy it would be, we’d be out firing the ball against walls and working on our moves as we played the lacrosse equivalent to road hockey
There is nothing I love more than lacrosse season.
All the good hockey players seemed to play lacrosse in those days and everyone of them learned something from the game to carry over to the other – things athletes can only learn by mixing up games they play when they are young.