News archive December 2010
Vancouver Island Field Lacrosse 2010 Spirit of Winter Jamboree
Vancouver Island Field Lacrosse 2010 Spirit of Winter Jamboree.
Welcome to the 2010 Spirit of Winter Jamboree. December 12, 2010 at Cowichan Sportsplex on Chesterfield Avenue, Duncan.
Please note that this is an artifical turf and cleats are not allowed. Players must have Turf shoes or runners.
Please try to be at the field by 9:30 to sort out teams. This promises to be an experience and fun day for all… See you at the field.
TIME TEAM TEAM
10 AM – 10:45 PM VIC FIELD U 8 – 1 MID ISLAND U 10
10:45 AM – 11:30 PM VIC FIELD U 10 VIC FIELD U 8 – 2
11:30 UNTIL ALL HAVE EATEN LUNCH Hosted BBQ
12:15 PM – 1 PM VIC FIELD U 10 VIC FIELD U 8 – 1
1 PM – 1:45 PM MID ISLAND U 10 VIC FIELD U 8 – 2
1:45 PM – 2:30 PM VIC FIELD U 8 – 1 VIC FIELD U 8 – 2
2:30 PM – 3:15 PM VIC FIELD U 10 MID ISLAND U 10
3:15 PM – 4 PM Windup
Spirit of Winter Jamboree 2010
Vancouver Island Field Lacrosse Spirit of Winter 2010 Players
The next generation!
Attached is a photo of our 3 teams that attended the U8/10 Spirit of Winter Jamboree in Duncan on Dec. 12th.
The day was a success, with many smiling faces, happy parents, and lots of talk of ’can’t wait till next year’!!
Our U8’s had never played a game before today. The Island’s 2 U10 teams basically played each other all season…hence why we need to boost Field Lacrosse.
Huge Thanks you’s to Shane Mousseau of Mid Isle, Jane Dixon, Kathy Cook and Barb Calve, all from Vic Field, for helping organize the day.
The players and coaches went home with a unique tshirt for participation, everyone was fed lunch, someone won a Shamrock Jersey, a toonie stick and many players went home with a Timbermen Ball cap.
This is the new beginning of expanding Island Field Lacrosse.
So remember we are needing one delegate from each of your associations to come on board and help with the development plan for next year.
This way your association can join in the excitement we all enjoyed yesterday.
The future of our Island Lacrosse starts and continues with the wee ones, talk it up at your box tournaments, get into your schools,.. Without more U8-U10 teams in more associations, this could cause the fall of Vancouver Island Lacrosse.