Ontario Lacrosse Association

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

Ontario Lacrosse Association (OLA) is a sanctioning 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 Lacrosse League goalie Tye Belanger with his 2014 OLA Senior B Lacrosse League team Sarnia Beavers.



National championships[edit]

The champion of four of the OLA's five box leagues compete in national championships:

Shelburne Vets player during 2015 season.

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