The Board of Governors of the BCILL have approved the return of all ten A League teams who competed in 2016 play, as well as the addition of the expansion Okanagan Wild. In the B League, New Westminster and Port Coquitlam are re-joining after one-year absences, while Burnaby, Langley and Port Moody will not be fielding teams in 2017.
Stay tuned to this website for the 2017 schedules.
The Langley Thunder hosted the 2016 BC Intermediate Provincial Championships the weekend of July 29th - August 1st at the Langley Events Centre.
Click here to visit the Provincials webpage, which contains scores, standings and other information.
It was a Lower Mainland medal sweep, as the host Langley Thunder and Coquitlam Adanacs took home top honours in the A and B Divisions, respectively.
In the A Division, the second seed Thunder went undefeated in the round-robin and bested top seed Coquitlam 16-8 in the final to win the Gold Medal, with the Adanacs settling for the Silver Medal. The Bronze Medal game, played earlier in the day, had the third seed Maple Ridge Burrards prevail 11-5 over the fourth seed Victoria Shamrocks.
The Gold Medal match in the B Division saw the Adanacs also go undefeated through the tournament, eventually beating the Delta Islanders 11-4, who came away with the Silver Medal. Earlier in the day, the Ridge Meadows Burrards edged the Saanich Tigers 6-4 to claim the Bronze Medal.
Click here to see who all were named to the 201+ BCILL All-Star Teams and who won awards for league play.
Click here to see who all were named to the All-Star Teams and won awards at the 2016 Provincials.
The Vancouver Stealth are back for another of exciting National Lacrosse League action at the Langley Events Centre! Come out and cheer on the squad, which includes many LMMLC alumni, in their quest for the NLL Champions Cup.
Single game tickets are now on sale. Visit http://www.stealthlax.com/tickets/ for games, prices and details.
The British Columbia Intermediate Lacrosse League is comprised of box lacrosse teams in southwestern British Columbia, Canada.
The BCILL provides a bridge between minor lacrosse and junior lacrosse for those players aged 16-18.
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