To Lacrosse Players in All Sectors:

Interested in playing on a National team?

The FIIC, the World governing body for Inter-Crosse, recently finalized preparations for the 2005 World Championships.

The 2005 FIIC World Championships for Men and for Women will be held in Prague.

Games will be played from March 31st to April 3rd.

In 2003, and again in 2004, many of the players on both the National Women’s Team and the Nation Men’s Team had never played Inter-Crosse prior to the tournament, yet in both years, Canada made it to the finals.

Many people are familiar with the World Games in Inter-Crosse, where both men and women play on the same team. However, in the last 3 years, a second version of competition emerged. The World Cup was created for national teams could compete against one another in a more competitive type of contest.

Interested participants will be expected to get together a couple of days before leaving for Prague, in order to run a few practices and organize equipment, etc. All costs are shared amongst the team on an equal basis.

We will require a minimum of 10 men and 10 women if we are to enter teams. The deadline for entry will be January 15th, at which time we will finalize our plans for entering competition. 

If you are interested, please reply with a brief outline of your lacrosse experience.

 Further to this, the 2006 FIIC World Inter-Crosse Championships will be held in April in Hungary. Anyone interested in playing, coaching or managing on the Men’s or Women’s national team should apply before March 1st.

 Reply to:

 Jim Price

(905) 886-3426 or


Saskatoon Association of InterLacrosse Leagues (SAILL)


The following is the tentative schedule for Inter Lacrosse in Saskatoon in 2005.

SAILL will once again be held in the Ramada Golf Dome. 
Tentative Cost is $75 for the season.

Instead of going in the evenings we will now be going from noon till 1pm or possibly 2pm depending on the number of teams. Our dates area as follows

It will be Sunday afternoons starting at 12 noon, the dates are as follows;
Jan 09 - registration (If new to the sport come out and try it for free this day)
Jan 16, 23 & 30
Feb 06, 13, 20 & 27
March 06, 13, & 20.

For more information contact:
Lloyd or Andrew Mann
534 Sturgeon Drive
Saskatoon, SK
S7K 4E1
(h) (306) 975-3726 or

Regina Recreational Intercrosse League - 2005 Season Information

** Only the first 40 registrations from each age division will be accepted.

** Registration deadline is January 9, 2005…..NO EXCEPTIONS.

To register:

  1. read the following league information (reverse side).
  2. attend the registration Sunday, December 19, 2004, noon - 4pm at Global Lax (2100 D Dewdney Avenue, Regina), OR attend the "try inter-lacrosse day" and league registration Sunday, January 9, 2005, 6pm-8pm at the YMCA to give inter-lacrosse a try and/or register for this season.
  3. The RRILC will contact each registered participant before January 16, 2005 to inform him or her of which team they are on and their first game time.

** If you know anyone who may be interested in playing this season, please pass this information on or have him or her contact us.

** If you cannot attend one of the registration dates, please contact us.


2005 Regina Recreational Inter-Lacrosse Club Contacts

President Chad Fenrick home: 345-2310 email:

Director Shelley Willey home: 924-0394 email:

Director Sean Peberdy home: 545-1553 email:

Registration / Marketing Director Shelley Willey home: 924-0394 email:

Officiating Director Chad Fenrick home: 345-2310 email:

Treasurer / Secretary Bonnie Fenrick home: 345-2310

For all RRILC information and much more, visit the Saskatchewan Lacrosse Association web-site @


2005 RRILC League Information

- This is a co-ed recreational league. No scores or statistics are recorded. Male and female participants of all ages are encouraged to play. Officials will be provided for each game.

- Two age divisions are available: > Senior (15 and over)

> Youth (10 to 14)

** age divisions are determined by date of birth as of December 31, 2003

** exceptions may be made by the club for youth aged players to play in the senior division with approval from the participants parents (please contact one of the directors to discuss the situation).

- Sticks for this season will be provided by the RRILC. The RRILC provides goaltenders in the youth division with a facemask & chest protector (you are permitted to bring your own if you wish). Senior division goaltenders are encouraged to supply their own equipment.

- The league will form the teams made up of 10-12 participants. (we will try our best to accommodate groups that would like to play on the same team, but no promises can be made).

- All games will be played at the YMCA (2400 13th Avenue, Regina).

- League play begins:

Youth Division - Sunday, January 16, 2005 each Sunday, and runs until Sunday, March 20, 2005. Game times will be 6:00pm or 7:00pm.

Senior Division - Sunday, January 16, 2005 each Sunday, and runs until Sunday, March 20, 2005. Game times will be 8:00pm or 9:00pm.

- Fees will be $50.00 (plus $25 Saskatchewan Lacrosse Association member fee if not registered with the SLA in 2004 box or field season).



- If you are a new member to the RRILC, and would like a RRILC reversible jersey, they can be purchased at the registration dates for $15 each.


There has been some discussion concerning eye protection in more competitive Inter-lacrosse leagues. This is a non-contact sport, but aggressive play must be the responsibility of the participants to play "IN CONTROL". Eye protection is not mandatory, but is recommended. Non- prescription sport eyewear can be purchased at most sporting goods stores ranging anywhere from $25 to $50. If you are interested in prescription sport eye wear contact Ryan Horne @ 352-7926.


We are in need of volunteer bench supervisor for all youth division teams during each game. The supervisor would ensure equal floor time for all participants and player conduct. No experience necessary. If you are interested, please contact Shelley Willey or Sean Peberdy.


No experience necessary. Minor officials are paid $8/game for his or her time. Please contact Chad Fenrick if you are interested in becoming a minor official.


Register for the 2005

Regina Recreational Inter-Lacrosse Club season @ Globallax on December 19th, 2004

from noon to 4pm

& receive 20% off everything in the store!!!

Do your x-mas shopping for the lacrosse player in your family @ Globallax

Please bring this coupon to the store in order to receive discount.


History of Inter-Lacrosse

Inter-Lacrosse is a recent adaptation of Lacrosse that is gaining popularity throughout the world.  Beginning in 1982, Inter-Lacrosse has been introduced to over 40 countries with World Games being held almost every year since 1987.  This non-contact, skill orientated game has become one of the fastest growing sports in the world.  This is mainly due to the versatility of the game, which can be played by all ages and abilities.

Inter-Lacrosse in Saskatchewan

Inter-Lacrosse has been present as a developmental lacrosse game for over a decade in Saskatchewan.  However, in recent years, competitive recreational leagues have been initiated in both Regina and Saskatoon.  Furthermore,  Inter-Lacrosse was included in the 2000 Saskatchewan Summer Games.  For further information on participating in Inter-Lacrosse, please call the Saskatchewan Lacrosse Association office at (306) 780-9216 or contact a league in your community.


Regina Recreational Inter-Lacrosse Club S.A.I.L.L.

Saskatoon Association of Inter-Lacrosse Leagues


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