Field Nationals


Alberta will be participating in the U15 Men’s Field and U19 Women’s Field

REGISTER FOR TEAM ALBERTA HERE

Midget (U15) Field - $75

U15/U19 Women's Field - $75

*Players must supply a non-refundable fee of $75.00 to the Alberta Lacrosse Association for Team Alberta regional tryouts. The $75 fee will include a tryout t-shirt. Final tryout camp will be a non-refundable $25 fee.

**Deadline to Register U15 and U19 Women's - April 13th, 2018

U15 Try-Out Dates Location Time
Open Tryout    
May 12th, 2018 Calgary Foothills Soccer Club  3:00 PM - 5:00 PM 
May 13th, 2018 Calgary Foothills Soccer Club  10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Invitation Only  
May 13th, 2018 Calgary Foothills Soccer Club  2:00 PM - 4:00 PM 

U15/U19 Women's Field Try-Out Dates Location Time
April 15th, 2018 Turf Training Centre (Edmonton) 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM 
April 15th, 2018 Turf Training Centre (Edmonton) 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
April 22nd, 2018 Turf Training Centre (Edmonton) 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM 
April 22nd, 2018 Turf Training Centre (Edmonton) 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM


U15 Field Requirements

Players who have not applied by the deadline date will NOT be permitted to try-out.

  • Players must register as a runner (A, M, LP) or goalie, not more than one.
  • Alberta Lacrosse Players can only try-out and play for Team Alberta at the Field National Championships.
  • Players may be required to attend more than one try-out camp.
  • Tryout camps TBA
  • Players, Club & Team Alberta coaches are strongly encouraged to work together to allow obligations to both teams to be met. Recommended priority is Field club games followed by Team Alberta activities.
  • Players must pay a non-refundable $75.00 fee to the Alberta Lacrosse Association for Team Alberta tryout. This fee includes a try-out tee shirt and the initial tryout camp.
  • If selected, players and parents are required to sign and adhere to the ALA Code of Conduct.
  • Alumni Cup  (U15) will be held in Ontario during the first week of September.
  • Players are to follow the criteria and rules as set up by the Canadian Lacrosse Association.
  • U15 Registration is open to players with the birth years of 2004 & 2003.

*Refunds for tryout fee will only be considered for Medical reasons. A Doctors note is required. Refunds are subject to approval and a $10 administration fee.

U15/U19 Women’s Field Requirements

  • Players who have not applied by the deadline date will NOT be permitted to try-out.
  • Alberta Lacrosse Players can only try-out and play for Team Alberta at the Field National Championships.
  • Players may be required to attend more than one try-out camp.
  • Players, Club & Team Alberta coaches are strongly encouraged to work together to allow obligations to both teams to be met. Recommended priority is Field club games followed by Team Alberta activities.
  • Players must pay a non-refundable $75.00 fee to the Alberta Lacrosse Association for Team Alberta tryout. This fee includes a try-out tee shirt and the initial tryout camp.
  • If selected, players and parents are required to sign and adhere to the ALA Code of Conduct.
  • U19 Women's Field Invitational (U19) will be held in Calgary in August.
  • Players are to follow the criteria and rules as set up by the Canadian Lacrosse Association.
  • U19 Registration is open to players with the birth years of 1999-2005.

*Refunds for tryout fee will only be considered for Medical reasons. A Doctors note is required. Refunds are subject to approval and a $10 administration fee.

 

Please, direct questions to: info@albertalacrosse.com or at (780)464-1861

 

Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport

CCES True Sport Clean 101 (Untracked) online http://cces.ca/course-outline

The course is comprised of eight (8) modules and one (1) quiz. It will take roughly one (1) hour to complete.

How do I complete the online anti-doping education course?

  1. Access the course.
  2. Complete the course modules.
    • The modules can be completed in any order and don't all have to be done at once.
    • If you leave the module before it's completed, your progress will not be saved.
    • Some of the modules are interactive, so be sure to follow the on-screen instructions and click around.
    • Each module has a few questions at the end and those answers may be helpful when completing the final quiz, so pay attention. 
  3. Complete the True Sport Clean Quiz.
    • Before you start the final quiz, be sure to input your full name and your Member Association in the corresponding boxes.
    • There are six (6) sections to the quiz. You need to get 100% on each section to pass.
    • If you don't pass one of the sections on your first attempt, you can re-do that quiz immediately.
  4. Save an electronic copy of your course certificate.
    • Once you pass the True Sport Clean Quiz, follow the instructions to print and/or save a copy of your certificate.
    • You can either take a screen shot of your certificate and save it as a photo file or print the webpage and save it to PDF.
    • Without the certificate, there is no way for the CLA to know that you've successfully completed the course, so don't close the page until the certificate is saved.
  5. Send a copy of your course certificate to the CLA.

Submit the form and keep the confirmation email for your records.

Who do I contact if I have questions?

  • If you want to know if you have to complete this anti-doping education course, please contact lisa@albertalacrosse.com
  • If you are having technical difficulties with the online course or quiz, please contact education@cces.ca.
  • If you are having trouble submitting your certificate, please contact alain@lacrosse.ca.

Thank you for your support

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