Bold Athletics is proud to introduce a NEW Version of Goalie Clinics.

Posted on Fri, Apr 17, 2015

Paralympic Lacrosse looking for a Coach


The Paralympic Sports Association runs a wheelchair lacrosse program from May to June each year (8 sessions total). We are looking for a volunteer lacrosse coach to help us run this program. No wheelchair experience is necessary.


We are a non-profit organization that runs a variety of adapted sports and activities (wheelchair floor hockey, adapted kayaking, handcycling, etc.).


I am wondering if you might have some insight on what the best way of approaching knowledgeable individuals about the possibility of helping us out at this year’s program.


The details of the program:

-May 6- June 24 2015, Wednesday evenings

-1 hour time commitment per week 8-9pm

-Located at the ACT Centre in Edmonton (2909 113 Avenue

-Sports Wheelchairs are provided. Coaches are not required to use a wheelchair, but it is a good experience to try!


Please let me know what the best way to approach this request would be.


Thank you for your time,

Sydney Deegan





Sydney Deegan, BPE
Paralympic Sports Association (PSA)

Program Coordinator
305, 11010 101 Street Edmonton, AB      T5H 4B9
Phone: 780.439.8687

Fax: 780.432.0486





Our Vision: To provide recreational and sporting opportunities for individuals with a disability across the province of Alberta. 





Posted on Wed, Apr 15, 2015


Now that "majors"tryouts have been completed;

Registration is now open for the


and our Warriors  Junior B tier 1 & 2 Box Lacrosse Season;

The Warriors  Seniors & Juniors are planning to get an early start on the season, so it is important that everyone who plans to play Warriors lacrosse this season registers as soon as possible to ensure that you are included in all email notices regarding preseason activities, and up coming Warriors Senior and Jr games.

Also, add your email to the Warriors home page.

Posted on Mon, Apr 13, 2015

GELC- Abuse of Officials

Reminder-  Warrior Coaches, Players and Parents,

Lacrosse is a game with strong emotional overtones. It  involves almost constant physical contact between all of the participants and  allows slashing motions and cross-checking as means of trying to get the ball  from an opposing player. This generates a number of grey areas and shifting  situations that make box lacrosse one of the most challenging games in the world  to officiate.

Referees  expect disagreements over calls and that many players and their supporters are  not happy when a penalty goes against their interests  their interest is in  winning and a referee's call can be seen as a serious inconvenience to that  purpose. Abuse is going to be controlled through the pro active culture that we  create around the game of lacrosse in our province. 

We need  to take a stronger commitment to continue building a positive culture  that does  not give us  permission to  engage in any poor behavior

Regards  in Lacrosse

Warriors  Executive

Posted on Mon, Apr 06, 2015

Fitness Tax Credit

Children’s Fitness Tax Credit
on Mar 10, 2015

Information for parents and guardians:

When preparing your taxes, remember that the Children's Fitness Tax Credit is
now doubled. This tax credit now lets parents claim up to $1,000 per child for fees paid in 2014 for eligible fitness expenses. To be eligible for the Children's Fitness Tax Credit, expenses must be for a child who is under 16 (or is under 18 if eligible for the disability tax credit) at the beginning of the year in which the expenses are paid. Expenses must be for the cost of the child's registration or membership in a prescribed program of physical activity.

For more information on eligibility, visit www.Canada.ca/TaxSavings.
Video: Children’s Fitness Tax Credit

(source: http://www.cra.gc.ca/fitness)

Warriors Executives

Posted on Mon, Mar 30, 2015

Step By Step for New coaches

Step-by-step instructions for completing your NCCP training online

1.Coach obtains an access code from their local (GELC)Member Association to access the online coaching program.

2.Coach signs up for (Status page) and completes the appropriate pre-clinic assessment at http://nccp.lacrosse.ca.

3.Coach registers for a clinic (Status page). 

4.Coach attends clinic. 

5.Clinic facilitator checks off all the coaches who attended the clinic and submits a course

registration form to their Member Association to be forwarded on to the CAC.

 6.Coach is now able to register for (Status page) and complete their workbook.

 7.Coach submits their workbook to the CLA. 

8.CLA staff member marks the workbook. 

9.CLA staff member sends workbook evaluation form to the coach with feedback for corrections

(if applicable). 

10. If corrections are required, coach logs back into their account, reads the feedback provided at

the bottom of each incomplete page, corrects their mistakes and re-submits their workbook. 

11. CLA staff member notifies the coach’s Member Association and the Coaching Association of

Canada (CAC) that the coach has passed his/her workbook. 

12. Coach registers for an in-person or video evaluation (Status page). 

13. Member Association assigns an evaluator to the coach and notifies both individuals. 

14. Evaluator gets in touch with the coach and makes arrangements to complete the evaluation. 

15. Evaluator checks off that the coach has completed their evaluation and submits a course

registration form to their Member Association to be forwarded on to the CAC. 

16. Coach follows the link on the Status page to the online Make Ethical Decisions evaluation and

completes the evaluation. Note: Coach will require their CC# and password to access the online Make Ethical Decisions evaluation. If they do not have one or both of these pieces of information, they should e-mail coach@coach.ca.

17. Upon successful completion of the online Make Ethical Decisions evaluation, the evaluation will appear on the coach’s online NCCP transcript.

Posted on Fri, Mar 20, 2015


Players and Parents
We're extremely excited to announce that our lacrosse store has moved and we were hoping that if it was not an inconvenience that you could help us get the word out that we are now open.  
Regards, Chris and Darryl
The Grind Sports / lacrossedonkey.com at 8812 - 51 Ave in Edmonton is Western Canada's largest lacrosse store.   The new location now has over 3000 Sq. ft of retail space as well as a 30 foot shooter lane.  We would like personally invite all players, teams and clubs to visit our new location.  We have most of our spring selection in stock with more shipments arriving daily.  Come check out some of the great STORE OPENING Specials with some merchandise more than 50% off.
The Grind Sports
8812 - 51 Ave
Edmonton, Alberta
Posted on Sun, Mar 15, 2015

Warrior Pride

Posted on Thu, May 01, 2014

LiL Warrior

Posted on Mon, Apr 28, 2014

The Grind Sports

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