Ontario Lacrosse Association

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

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.




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 in Ontario, except as listed:

East Division

West Division

Meredith Cup Playoff Champions[edit]

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]

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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