Knights registration dates will be as follows. Note to competitive players – tryouts will begin the week of April 2nd. A schedule will be posted in the upcoming weeks.
Please note, all players attending competitive tryouts are required to pay $20 tryout fee. This fee must be paid by cash when you register at the 1st tryout session.
2016 Registration Dates
|January 31st||11am – 1pm||Beckwith||*|
|Feb 7th||11am – 1pm||Beckwith||*|
|Feb 27th||11am – 2pm||Walter Baker Barrhaven||*|
|March 6th||2pm – 6pm||Kanata Sensplex||*|
|March 9th||6pm-9pm||Nepean Sporstsplex||*|
|March 23rd||6pm-9pm||Walter Baker Barrhaven||*|
|March 27th||11am – 2pm||Nepean Sportlspex||*|
A note for those players intending to tryout for OLA provincial teams – you must register in the first or second registration date in order to have your OLA player card registered with the OLA in time for the tryouts. Uncarded players will not be allowed to tryout as per OLA regulations.
Competitive Team-3 Players
Based on the feedback from the last seasons, and in response to concerns regarding house league team cohesion, Nepean Knights have reformatted the competitive Team-3 program. A third competitive team will be formed if sufficient players are interested and committed to participating. Team-3 members will participate in the house league program. Attendance at house league practices and games is important and will be a requirement for competitive team-3 program continuation. Please consider the competitive team-3 as an opportunity for those kids who would like an extended season. Travel to away tournaments will be reduced. Travel to provincial finals in Whitby will be highly encouraged, but not mandator. Coach selection for Team-3 will occur concurrently with Team-1 and Team-2
About the House League Program
The Knights Lacrosse Association offers all players the chance to participate in the Association’s House League program. This program allows all players to practice and play against players of their own age and skill level from the ages of 4 to 16. The emphasis is on learning and creating a positive, fun atmosphere. The program is divided almost equally between action-packed games and skill-developing practices. A regular season is followed by an exciting playoff season.
The Association promotes a code of conduct to ensure that all players, coaches and referees are treated with respect.
What to Bring To Registration:
All players — player’s signature (over 18), parent or guardian’s signature**, fee
New players — a photocopy of the player’s birth certificate must accompany registration.
A note to those registering children other than their own – The registrant’s parent or guardian must sign the registration form
Note: Please have a photocopy ahead of time as there will be no copying service available at the the registration locations.Please also note there are no online forms available for registration and the players PARENT must register their own children
New this year – credit card payment option
Age Divisions and Registration Fees
**Third & subsequent children at half price. There will be an a