Jr. ‘Stangs back in action

With the snow barely off the turf at Citywide fields, the London Jr ‘Stangs field lacrosse teams started their 2015 season in late March. Eager to get back in action, approximately 70 registered players were…

The Gloucester Griffins’ captains accept the Midget Championship trophy from tournament convenor Ron Elijah

Invitational kicks off season

For the third year running, the London Minor Lacrosse Association and the London Jr B Lacrosse Club joined forces to host the Blue Devils Invitational Box Lacrosse Tournament during the weekend of May 26-28. A…


London Blue Devils Jr B Lacrosse – Meet Our 2017 Rookies

Hot off winning the 2016 Ontario Midget ‘B’ Championship, these young players are ready to kick off their Junior careers and put their skills to the scoresheets. Matthew Describe yourself in one word. “Swanky.” Books…


Tykes to take the field

For the first time ever, London Minor Lacrosse U9 (tyke-aged) players will be taking the field this season!  Though most of these young players already have several years of indoor box experience, the field game…

The London Blue Devils Jr B team had a busy offseason, which included hosting their annual Winter Skills Camp, where they had the chance to give back to the younger ranks by passing on their knowledge and skills.

Junior B’s geared up for 2017

When the London Blue Devils Jr B team opened their training camp in early 2017, there was an elephant in the room –  their 0-20 record last season. But rather than let that elephant cast…

Sidney Deleary, a London Blue Devils lacrosse player, brought home a gold medal as the youngest member of the Team Ontario Bantam squad that traveled to Calgary, Alberta in July for the 2016 Female Box Lacrosse Nationals

Deleary wins gold at Nationals

“If you’re good enough, you’re old enough to play at a certain level.” ~ John Herdman, head coach, Canadian women’s national soccer team. This quote certainly applied to London Blue Devils Lacrosse player Sidney eary…

Front row (l to r): Tyler O’Neil, Eric Lave, Ben Foster, Harrison Kerr (AP), Owen Dew, Matthew Pattyn, Quinn Wenger. Back row (l to r): Kevin Carruthers (Trainer), Mike Dale (Assistant Coach), Michael Dew (Assistant Coach), Daniel Carruthers, Ben Brown, Chase Hay, Blake Goris, Patrick Hogan, Gregory Elijah-Brown, Quincy Abram, Corban Nicholas, Owen Dale (AP), Connor Keogh, Tim Hogan (Assistant Coach), Tehas Powless, Samuel Smith, Ron Elijah (Head Coach)

2016 Lacrosse Championships

Ontario Lacrosse Association Championships The London Blue Devil Midget boys won the 2016 Ontario Lacrosse Association’s Provincial Midget ‘B’ Championship! During the very hot August weekend in Whitby, the team dominated their competition (Huntsville, Sarnia,…

London Jr ‘Stangs won the OMFLL U17B Provincial Championship, following an undefeated 2016 season.

Lacrosse rivals join forces

Rivals come together to win Provincial Championship The 2016 season of London U17 field lacrosse was almost the season that wasn’t. But instead, it became one of the most successful seasons in recent memory. With…

The Syl Apps arena in Paris, Ontario boasts a year-round turf floor that draws lacrosse, walking groups, fundraisers, indoor golf, RC flyers, birthday parties and other endless possibilities.

Year round Lacrosse in London?

Goodbye, Glen Cairn? Farewell, Farquharson? Sayonara, Silverwood? The London Free Press wrote on December 14, 2015 that ‘London’s hockey community — players, coaches and especially parents — could be forgiven if they jump for joy…