2016 B Team Planning
This schedule is also posted in a calendar format. If you know how to import a calendar into your desktop or mobile device using iCal, all practices, games, meetings, and deadlines will be posted.
Age Groups for 2016
We will have three teams in 2016; Pee Wee, Bantam, and Midget. Players must register in their proper age bracket. Some players may be allowed to "play-up" on a space available and need base, but all players must register by birth year. For the 2015 teams, birth years are:
- Pee Wee - 2004 and 2005
- Bantam - 2002 and 2003
- Midget - 2000 and 2001
For parents sending unaccompanied minors, we are happy to help manage well-mannered young athletes. It's very important that we have the proper medical form completed. We always recommend having medical wishes notarized, as time can be important in medical emergencies. Please click here for more information on our policies and requirements.
In addition to the Jr. Stealth coaches, you'll see the team management at every tournament. We're always happy to help keep an eye on the kids, but there are about 50 players total running around the hotel and moving to games at different times. We appreciate the help from our parent volunteers!
Tournament and Practice Schedule
NLL Junior Tournament in Toronto - August 26 to 28, 2016
Toronto Rock Athletic Centre
1132 Invicta Drive
Oakville, ON L6H 6G1
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Can you Help?
Do you have extra room for a solo player? If you can help, please email Dave Takata. Thanks in advance!
Don't change your travel schedules, but if you can make the team meeting on Thursday night at 9pm, please plan on spending a few minutes with the coaches. We'll meet at the team hotel, the Holiday Inn Oakville (Centre).
Not posted yet. We will update as soon as it's available.
The NLL Junior Teams Tournament. First games begin early on Friday, Aug. 26, so Thursday, Aug. 25 will be a travel day. If possible, try to arrive by 4pm or so. The NLL will be doing an opening night welcome. All games will done by 1pm on Aug. 30, playoff day. We expect to be in the playoffs so book travel appropriately.
The Toronto Rock Athletic Centre is about a half hour away from the airport with minimal traffic. The Rock have arranged to have a number of food options onsite. There are two pads; one turf and one concrete floor. All teams will likely play on both.
The NLL has published a rulebook for youth games. Rules will be modified for tournament play, of course. Please note goalies will play with NLL regulation sticks. Toronto Rock will have extras at the facility to borrow for games. Also, we will be playing on NLL regulation goals, which are larger than the Canadian youth-size goals.