Girls (All Ages) CDLA Female Lacrosse Club

The Female Lacrosse Association is now known as FURY LACROSSE and can be found on their website at

Online registration is now open for the Female Lacrosse Club for the 2019 season!

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The Female Lacrosse Association

The CDLA is excited that the Female Lacrosse Association (“FLA”) is proceeding toward its inaugural year for the 2019 Lacrosse season.  One of the primary goals of the new association is to promote the growth of female lacrosse within the CDLA area boundaries to retain existing and entice new players into the sport.

Mission Statement of the Female Lacrosse Association

To enhance the lives of female athlete through the sport of Lacrosse.  To foster confidence, leadership and teamwork while giving back to the communities where our athletes live and play.

Benefits to an All-Female Lacrosse Club

  1. i) Focus - Development of strong, empowered female athletes is the priority. The FLA will create a culture that fosters development across the skill spectrum to ensure players enjoy success both on and beyond the field
  2. ii) Growth - The FLA will promote the sport of lacrosse to females within the CDLA boundaries and provide a safe and positive environment for new and existing players.
  3. iii) Competition -  Combining the female membership allows for tiering of play, enhancing the experience for new and experienced players alike.
  4. iv) Tournaments - Fury Lacrosse will be organizing and promoting tournaments including the ongoing tradition of the Girls Rock Tournament.

Division Structure

The FLA will offer a Competitive option for PeeWee through Midget aged players. Teams in this division will be formed based on skill rather than geographic location. Players registering for this option will be assessed through a series of skills/evaluation sessions starting in February.

In addition, the FLA will offer a Development option for Novice through Midget players, with teams organized both on relative skill ranking and the athlete’s geographic location. 


We are aware of the ringette, hockey, volleyball, basketball and spring break schedules and have done our best to schedule the evaluations with the least conflicts.  Evaluations have been scheduled as follows;

  • Competitive Skill Sessions - March 13 & 21 (need to attend at least one skills session)
  • Development & Competitive Evaluations - April 9-21 (3 evaluation sessions must be attended)

To attend these sessions your daughter must be registered by March 6th for the Competitive Skill Sessions or April 1st for Novice & Development League Evaluation Sessions.

Additional information on division structure and evaluations will be available in the coming weeks. 

For additional information on the Female Lacrosse Association, please check the FLA website or contact...... or send an email to:



Novice and PeeWee Girls Box Lacrosse Rules of Play

  • Shot clock applies
  • Body contact as per CLA Rule Book
  • the duration of the game is to be 3 - 15 minute straight time periods
  • A score sheet must be completed for each game
  • All goals, assists and penalties are recorded on the game sheet and displayed on the score clock
  • A differential of more than 5 goals shall not be displayed

Bantam and Midget Girls Box Lacrosse Rules of Play are the same as the boys.

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