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Whitby Warriors Jr A

Junior Lacrosse in the Whitby area has enjoyed a long and extensive history.  With the completion of the Minto Cup run of the Oshawa Green Gaels in 1968, Junior Lacrosse returned to Whitby in 1968 as the Whitby B&R Transporters, competing at the Junior “B” level.  In 1975, Whitby entered the Junior “A” ranks as the Whitby Consolidated Builders and has remained there since.  In 1984 the team name was changed to the Whitby Warriors. Currently, Whitby ranks third all-time in Minto Cup Championships with eight. 

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St Catherines Domination

Orillia Terriers had captured three Mann Cup titles in four attempts during the mid-1930’s. But then the Ontario Lacrosse power base shifted to the St. Catharines Athletics, a talented collection of players proud of their power and determined to outshine Orillia’s record. In 1938, St. Catharines blasted a hapless New Westmisnter Adanacs three games to none on Eastern soil and then came West the following year confident of a repeat. However, instead of another Mann Cup victory, the Athletics found only embarrassment on the back end of a similar three-nothing series loss to the Adanacs.

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BC Women’s Field Lacrosse Team 1982 – 1993

I have completed this scrapbook trilogy by documenting the history of the B.C. provincial women’s field lacrosse team from 1982-1993. The team was coached by Dave Evans (1982-1989) and Michelle Bowyer (1990-1993). Steve Plecas was the trainer from 1985-1989 and Cindy Robinson (known as Hollywood), was the team manager from 1984-1985. From 1983-1993, the B.C. women’s provincial team won eleven consecutive Canadian national senior women’s field lacrosse titles, eight as the B.C. Selects provincial team and three as the B.C.representative club team, the Coquitlam Adanacs.

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