News and Announcements
Thank you ICONIX Waterworks for your continued support of Kamloops Minor Lacrosse.
ICONIX Waterworks is a leading distributor of water, wastewater, and civil construction products. With locations across Canada, their team will work with you to find the right products for your project needs.
Their comprehensive selection of products and services serves every aspect of your water and wastewater infrastructure, giving you a convenient and dependable one-stop-shop for all your needs. ICONIX supplies, designs, manufactures, installs, maintains, repairs, and tests a wide range of parts and systems. www.iconixww.com
Pictured is Kamloops Minor Lacrosse President, AJ Lockwood as he presents Cory Robinson of ICONIX with the sponsors jersey.
The document KMLA_-_Thank_you_ICONIX.docx.pdf was attached to this post.
Thank you to Weir Minerals for their generous donation towards the purchase of new Tyke jerseys!
Pictured in the photo is AJ Lockwood (KMLA President) and Brad Johnson (Area Manager) of Weir Minerals. AJ presented the sponsor jersey to Brad n March 9.
The document KMLA_-_Thank_you_WEIR.docx.pdf was attached to this post.
Special thank you to Fresh is Best Salsa & Co for their generous sponsorship of a set of jerseys for our Tyke age group.
Karen von Hollen (1st Vice-President) of Kamloops Minor Lacrosse presented Kayla Davis-Schaak (Retail Supervisor) with a sponsor jersey on March 9, 2021
The document KMLA_-_Thank_you_Fresh_Is_Best.docx.pdf was attached to this post.
Here are the 2021 approved return to play guidelines for the upcoming season and several links to important information. Please take some time to read and familiarize yourself with the information.
- **Update – On Nov. 24, 2020, a mask enforcement order was introduced under the EPA, requiring
- masks for people over the age of 12 in public indoor settings, unless they are exempt.
- Details are available here: https://news.gov.bc.ca/releases/2020EMBC0061-001960**
The document KMLA_-_Return_to_Play_Phase_1_Guidelines.pdf was attached to this post.
Every year, players of all ages in all sports receive concussion injuries during games and practice. Characterized by an impairment of the brain’s normal function and caused by violent shaking or jarring of the brain, concussions may cause alterations in cognitive function, vision, eye movement, facial movement, or speech. Contrary to popular belief, no helmet in any sport can prevent a concussion.
Please visit the Health and Safety Information Page to learn more about what KMLA is doing in regards to concussions for the upcoming 2021 season. https://www.teampages.com/clubs/2648/pages/180636
Here is a great video to help understand concussions and concussion management for players. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_55YmblG9YM
The document KMLA_Concussion_Policy.pdf was attached to this post.