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Cornwall Minor Lacrosse is seeking a House League Coordinator to provide oversight to our 2018 House League program. The House League Coordinator will be responsible to the House League Director for program planning and delivery to Paperweight and Tyke players (ages 5-8). The program will run every Wednesday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. commencing April 25th and ending June 27th. The Coordinator can expect to work up to 4 hours per week during this period.
If you enjoy coaching and working with children and have a sound knowledge of box lacrosse we would love to hear from you.
Please submit a completed application form (attached to this posting) to our House League Director Beth Pollock firstname.lastname@example.org by March 1, 2018.
Please be advised, in accordance with OLA Rules and Regulations, you must submit a current Criminal Record Check (Vulnerable Sector) (CRC) prior to commencing employment
January 10, 2018 Standard Freeholder 2017 Year in Review included the top fIve for local sports in 2017 and 3 of our CMLA grads made the list. Coming in at #4 was Jacob Ruest of the Colorado Mammoth who finished a successful debut season in the NLL, tied for #3 were several local athletes including Tyler Akins of the Cornwall Junior C Celtics who set a new Ontario Junior C point record with 106 points in his 2017 season and Connor Primeau of the University of Ottawa Men’s Lacrosse team who was named All-Canadian. #Celtics Proud
Former CMLA President Roy Ledoux was inducted into the Ontario Lacrosse Hall of Fame in the Builder Category on November 11, 2017 . Roy has been involved in the great game of lacrosse for over 46 years in every possible capacity including player, referee, coach, executive member, zone director, and team manager. Roy was instrumental in the revival of minor lacrosse in the Cornwall area in 2000 and the revival of Junior lacrosse in 2006. Ever humble, Roy commented that he was blessed to have a great group of supportive volunteers supporting him along the way. Congratulations Roy and know that CMLA is appreciative of your countless contributions!
Connor Primeau, former CMLA minor and Junior C player was named 2017 CUFLA All-Canadian. He is the first player from the University of Ottawa to be selected All-Canadian. Congratulations Connor! #CelticsProud
Our CMLA PeeWee Celtics are the 2017 OLA PeeWee B Champions! The Celtics had an amazing tournament in Whitby winning 6 games to win the provincial title. This is the first CMLA B Championship team since the 1970 Celtics! #CelticsProud