The London Minor Lacrosse Association is committed to
providing good spirited competition at all levels. Each player will be
given the opportunity to develop his or her skills in a safe and
positive environment. This will be provided through the committed
cooperation of players, parents, coaches and officials.
Revised September 2003
The London Minor Lacrosse Association feels that
lacrosse is not only a fun and exciting sports activity but also a
healthy and positive alternative for our young people's fitness and
In keeping with this philosophy, the general aim of our association is to encourage growth in our association with the primary concern being player development. This development can be achieved by broadening our base (eg. increasing our numbers at the house league level) without jeopardizing the development of the competitive player.
The key to this grassroots movement requires commitment and leadership on the part of the executive and competitive coaches, as well as increased involvement of volunteers within our association
Updated July 1995
Zero Tolerance Abuse Policy
There will be a “Zero Tolerance Policy” of
anyone responsible for physical or verbal abuse directed towards
officials, coaching staff, players, and other spectators before, during
or at any time after the game.
If a parent, player or spectator is disrupting the game or verbally or physically abusing any player, member of the coaching staff, official, or other spectator, the game shall be stopped and the offender ejected from the arena. If a person refuses to leave the arena, the game will be held until such time as they do. If a person continues to refuse the referee will inform the arena staff who will in turn call the police to have them charged with trespassing and escorted from the facility. The referees will include the names and address of the offender on the game sheet and they will be banned from the facility for the reminder of the lacrosse season. The referees will be informed of this policy prior to the games and asked to adhere to this policy.
London Minor Lacrosse Association encourages fair play, friendly competition and the opportunity for all to enjoy the game of Lacrosse without fear of harassment or physical harm.
London Minor Lacrosse Association
Note After the First Floor Times Please Refer
to Point 2 - you will need to submit a paper copy with the appropriate
For email refund requests please provide Player Name, Date of Refund Request, Original Payee Name, Mailing Address, Contact Phone and email information. Note that instances where the refund cheque is to be issued to a different payee than the original registration cheque, require a written submission with letter of explanation and a stamped self-addressed envelope.
1. Refund request received prior to first floor time – full refund less any late or NSF fees. If original payment was cash – refund cheque issued immediately (estimated processing time – 2 weeks). If original payment was by cheque – refund cheque will be issued no earlier than 2 banking cycles after initial cheque deposit to ensure cheque has cleared (estimated processing time – 2 months). Refund request to be filled and mailed to the Registrar or refund information can be forwarded by email. If the name on the refund cheque is to be different from the name on the original registration cheque you must submit a refund form along with a formal written explanation for the cheque destination change c/w stamped self addressed return envelope to our mail box .
2. Refund request received April 15 – May 1. Full refund less any late or NSF fees, less $25.00 processing charge. Refund cheque policy as noted above. Refund request must be submitted on paper and must be signed by House League Director/Convener verifying that any issued equipment (sweater or goalie equipment) has been returned in good condition. Paper copy of refund request form to be forwarded to Registrar.
3. Refund request received after May 1 – no refund available.
Request for Refund Form - Click this Link
Direct eMail Refund Requests to the Executive
Revised (1.1) April 2004