Thunder News

New  PMLA Executive Positions

We have openings for volunteers!  The following PMLA Executive positions are vacant and we are seeking individuals who are committed to our great sport to fill them.

  • Treasurer:  The duties here are reasonably light, but we do need someone with a bit of background in finance or accounting.  The main task is managing the budget.
  • 3rd Vice-President:  The duties are reasonably light as well, usually taking on a few tasks during the year to learn about how our association functions.
  • Player Appreciation Coordinator:  This role essentially helps us kick-off the season by organizing our Ice-breaker tournament.
  • Female Coordinator:  We are working hard to grow the girls game, and would like someone to coordinate efforts across age groups to connect with the girls to encourage them to play.
  • Member at Large:  As mentioned above, a contribution of time and effort on a project or initiative is most welcome.

If you are interested in any of these positions, place contact the PMLA President (

Team BC Captains Team BC Thunder Player Wins Gold Medal with Team BC at Female Midget Nationals

Congratulations to Hayley Anderson of the Port Moody Female Midget Thunder, who was part of the Gold Medal winning Team BC at the Female Midget National Championships held recently at Halifax, Nova Scotia.  Click here for the story in the Tri- City News and click on the thumbnails to open the photos (Hayley is the Alternate Captain on the right of the captains photo).

Bantam B Thunder Win Provincial Silver

Congratulations to the Bantam B Thunder for taking home the Silver Medal at the 2017 Provincial Championships held July 13-16 on Vancouver Island.  The team went 3-1 in the round-robin portion of the tournament and lost 8-6 to host Oceanside in the Gold Medal match.  Congrats also to Joey Schmelz for making the All-Star Team, to Ryan Hamed for winning a Warrior Fair Play Award and to Dan Di Paola for winning the Warrior Fair Play Coach Award.

StealthVancouver Stealth Back for 2018!

The Vancouver Stealth are back for another of exciting National Lacrosse League action at the Langley Events Centre!  The Stealth will open the 2018 season at home against the Colorado Mammoth on December 8, 2017 - to see the complete schedule and press release, please visit:

Season ticket memberships are now available and can be purchased online or by calling 604.882.8800.

Lacrosse 150Lacrosse 150 Car Decal

To celebrate organized Lacrosse's 150th birthday in 2017, the BC Lacrosse Association has created a die-cut, removable car decal (size is approximately 5 ½ inches wide by 5 ½ inches tall).  Cost is $5.00/decal (plus postage), with net proceeds from the sales of these decals supporting the BCLA's three scholarship/bursary funds:  Wayne Goss Scholarship, Ted Fridge Scholarship and Dorothy Robertson Memorial Bursary.

To order Lacrosse 150 Car Decals through PayPal, please visit

For bulk orders of 100 or more, BCLA will offer a discount.  Please e-mail

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Why Play Lacrosse?

  • Organized sports give children the opportunity to build self-esteem, respect, integrity and fairness
  • Lacrosse is a fun way to increase physical fitness and learn new skills
  • Lacrosse provides and environment where children can make new friends, learn to work as part of a team and become leaders in the community
  • Lacrosse provides a challenge to your child’s body, mind, and spirit


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