About the House League Program
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The Knights Lacrosse Association proudly and equally offers all players the chance to participate in the House League program. This program allows all players to practice and play against players in their own division and skill level from the ages of 4 to 19. Learning, enjoying and creating a positive, and fun atmosphere are emphasized. The Association promotes a code of conduct to ensure that all players, coaches, and referees are treated with respect. The program is divided almost equally between action-packed games and skill-developing practices. At the end of the regular season, the house league teams will also have an exciting playoff season.
The house league season typically runs with sort outs beginning in mid April and concludes at the end of the school year.
Note: Due to the short length of the lacrosse season, and the need to set teams quickly after sort outs, we are unfortunately not able to honour friend requests. The only exception, if requested, siblings of the same age will be placed on the same team and this will not count as a friend request (request for cousins, etc. will count as a friend request). We do not group kids by school or other factor. Questions regarding the house league season, registration, sort outs etc. can be sent to email@example.com
The chart below outlines what division your child will play in based on their birth year and the corresponding registration fee:
2020 Age Divisions and Registration Fees
|Level||Age||Birth Year||2020 Early Bird Registration Fee (Before Jan 31)||2020 Regular Registration Fee (After Jan 31)||2020 LATE Registration Fee (After March 22nd)|
**Third & subsequent children at half price. There will be an additional $25 dollar fee for any NSF returned cheques.
With advance notice, you can expect to play at any or all of the following arena’s throughout the season ;.
Bell Centennial Arena
Howard Darwin Arena (Merivale)
Johnny Leroux Arena (Stittsville)
House League players will practice once a week and play one game per week.
Once you have registered your child, please keep an eye on the webpage and Facebook for a detailed Sort-out schedule as we get closer to the season. All players are assessed at Sort outs to help us ensure teams are as fairly and evenly balanced as possible.