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Pee Wee A2 team won division at Calgary tournament-Canada Day tournament!

The team won Gold over Vancouver Jr. Stealth 9-6. A physical game by the Kodiaks, who wore down the Stealth. While the Stealth made it interesting, by the 3rd , Kelowna was definitely the hungrier team and earned the win. This PeeWee team will be strong in coming years. Good stick skills. Physical team, showing good movement.

Coach Clint was at the game and kindly passed along awesome video highlights for those interested in seeing some talented Pee Wee A2 Players bring home the gold!

Click here to see the video!

New to Box Lacrosse?

Posted by Kelowna Kodiaks Minor Lacrosse at Aug 6, 2014 10:22PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Are you new to Box Lacrosse? Want to learn more about the game?

Kelowna Minor Lacrosse is holding two FREE learn to play sessions. Everyone is welcome, so bring your friends! Come by the Capital News Center (CNC) Wednesday January 25th and Wednesday Febuary 22. Helmets, Gloves and a stick is all you need. Hope to see you on the floor!

Check out the link below for a quick video explaining how the game is played.

Box Lacrosse 101


Posted by Kelowna Kodiaks Minor Lacrosse at Aug 6, 2014 10:07PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Box Lacrosse season is just around the corner!
Here are a couple videos to get you PUMPED UP!

Hello everyone….

Another successful year has passed and it is time to return all goalie equipment, as well as team uniforms…

Just a reminder that the uniforms MUST be cleaned before they are brought back… This is not an option, PLEASE clean them..

Please bring all goalie equipment, uniforms and any other equipment to Memorial Arena on August 18 between 6 and 8pm… It’s a Monday night and you must bring everything on that day..



Equipment Manager
Kelowna Minor Lacrosse Association


Kelowna Field Lacrosse Registration is now OPEN!

Field lacrosse is played on a soccer field with 10 players on the field for each team at the same time. It is a fast paced game that runs 4 quarters. Defensive players use 6 foot long sticks and the goals are 6 feet by 6 feet. Check out the MLL to see how the game is played at its highest level.

On-line registration now OPEN!

Please go to the Registration Link page for more information and links for registration.