Ontario Lacrosse Association

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Ontario Lacrosse Association
OLA
OLA logo.png
Sport Lacrosse
Jurisdiction Regional
Founded 1897 (1897)
Affiliation Canadian Lacrosse Association
Headquarters Toronto, Ontario
President John Doherty
Official website
ontariolacrosse.com
Ontario

Ontario Lacrosse Association (OLA) is a sanctioned sports body in Ontario, Canada. Empowered by the Canadian Lacrosse Association, the OLA controls and regulates minor, junior, and senior level lacrosse. It was established in 1897.

Leagues[edit]

Senior

Junior

National championships[edit]

The champion of four of the OLA's five leagues compete in National Championships, they are as follows:

Ontario Junior C Lacrosse League[edit]

The OLA Junior C Lacrosse League began its first season since 1982 in July 2008. In 1975, the OLA had three different Junior C leagues running at once. The league acts as a development oriented league and players must pay a user fee to cover the teams overhead.

Teams[edit]

Teams in Ontario, except as listed:

East Division

Caledon goalie during 2015 season.

West Division

Shelburne player during 2015 season.

Former Member Teams[edit]

  • West Durham (Relocated to Whitby in 2010)
  • Brockville (Folded in 2014)
  • Hamilton Bengals(Hiatus during 2015)
  • Kingston Kings(Hiatus during 2015)
  • Kahnawake Hunters(Folded in 2012)
  • Nepean Knights (Folded in 2012)

Meredith Cup Playoff Champions[edit]

Shelburne goalie during 2015 season.
2008 Caledon Bandits
2009 Caledon Bandits
2010 Clarington Shamrox
2011 Clarington Shamrox
2012 Clarington Shamrox
2013 Halton Hills Bulldogs
2014 Cornwall Celtics

Old Jr. C League Champions[edit]

Caledon player during 2015 season.
1972 Long Branch PCO's
1973 Windsor Warlocks
1974 Nepean PCO's
1975 Mississauga Medics
1976 Orangeville Stingers
1977 Owen Sound Satellites
1978 Owen Sound Signmen
1979 Owen Sound Signmen

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