REGISTRATION FOR THE 2019 SEASON WILL OPEN SOON!  Check back at the end of 2018

For the 2019 season Novice players are born in 2009 and 2010

Fees for the 2019 season: Dec 1/18-Jan 31/19: $250; Feb 1-28/19: $300: after Mar 1/19: $350 (registration is complete once payment has been received).

Peewee teams have one home and one away game per week and one or two practices per week.

Days and times to be determined by mid March 

The season runs from April to the end of June. There are 4 levels at this age group A1, A2, B and C. We introduce contact at this age and we will be traveling to the surrounding communities. Richmond will put out teams at different levels based on the number of players registered and the caliber of the players in each division. Player evaluations will take place in the last two weeks of March and the first week of April to determine placement of each player. Requests to play with friends will be considered on a case by case basis and must be made to the division co-ordinator prior to the evaluation process.

There are tournaments during the season that teams can enter as well with the full support of RLA.

2109 Female Box Provincials will be hosted by Nanaimo July 11-14/19.

Player Evaluations

Players must be registered to participate in evaluations:

This year we are running evaluations at Steveston Box in March with team formation by April 6th. There will be a minimum of 6 practice sessions for Novice, Pee Wee and Bantam of which your player must attend at least three to be properly evaluated if they are wanting to make the top team in their division, if they are not they must attend at least two session. As the evaluations go during Spring Break if you email your division coordinator and myself of the sessions that you will be missing and the reason, we can make arrangements for an additional session that your child can be looked at before the final placement is made. Coaches may make adjustments to their rosters in the first few weeks of the season and although we try and make as few as possible it can sometimes happen.

Peewee Times: TBD

Pee Wee Equipment

  • Helmet with Face Shield - both CSA  approved.           

  • Shoulder  Pads.           

  • Gloves - Lacrosse Gloves           

  • Athletic Support - Boys must wear a "Jock" with plastic cup. Girls must wear a "Jill".           

  • Mouth guard (fitted).           

  • Elbow Pads.           

  • Knee Pads (recommended, not  mandatory).           

  • Arm slash guards (mandatory).           

  • Kidney/rib/back slash guards (mandatory).           

  • Lacrosse Stick with a minimum length of 36 inches.   


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Richmond Lacrosse floors all-girls team

Pee Wee Roadrunners pick up first win over New Westminster

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May 19, 2016 


The 2016 box lacrosse season in Richmond is highlighted by the city’s first all-girls team in recent memory.
The Richmond Roadrunners Pee Wee girls team is the brainchild of manager and co-head coach Sean Widdess, who launched the squad with the support of the Richmond Lacrosse Association president Glenn Jensen. The RLA already has boys’ teams in eight divisions.
“There were no existing female minor lacrosse teams in Richmond, but once we got the word out, there was a tremendous level of interest and we ended up having to cap our roster size,” explained Widdess.
Starting a team from scratch has not been without its challenges, as 12 of the 19 girls had not played before. Interest for an all-female team was so great that three of the members are Novice players aged up to play Pee Wee, while others come from neighbouring cities that do not have their own girls’ team.
The players have improved tremendously over the season, which started in April.
Last Sunday, the Roadrunners go their first win — a 5-4 come-from-behind victory at Moody Park Arena over the New West Salmonbellies.
Despite falling behind 3-0 after the first period, a strong second, featuring goals by Adelle Larden, Taelor Coxford and Karitzza Rojas, brought Richmond back on even terms.
Goals in the third period by Brooklyn Widdess and Leah Cavanagh, combined with some stellar goaltending from Aimee Kerr, capped the comeback and sealed the victory. Cavanagh’s game winner came with only 4:05 remaining.
In addition to the goal scorers, team members Isabelle Chai, Claire Pogor, Chyenne May, Kylee Esparbes, Madison Wong, Katie Bollo, Olivia Ng, Caeli Yamanaka, Cathy Hou, Izabel Taylor, Samaya Pankanea, Taylor Murrell and Jenna So have all played important roles.
Co-head Coaches Cynthya Tan and Widdess are supported by assistants Martin Bollo and Gord Taylor. -



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