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PoCo Local Maps - Arena, Boxes and Fields


PoCo Saints Box, Field and Arena Map

Port Coquitlam Rec. Centre

2150 Wilson Ave. Port Coquitlam

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Minnikhada Box (Pearkes) Ulster & Laurier (enter off of Ulster)
Small Parking Lot
Terry Fox Box Terry Fox Park - Riverside Drive
Side Street Parking

Rowland box

Corner of Mary Hill Rd. & Wilson Ave.
Side Street Parking

Gates (Turf)

Reeve Street Park - Reeve Street
Parking entrance at the corner Reeves St. & Wilson Ave.

Pitt River Middle School Pitt River Field
Tyner St.
North Side of Pitt River Middle School.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 April 2012 00:52

From the CLA - For Parents/Players

Parent/Player Guide

To assist parents and players in understanding the sport of lacrosse, the Canadian Lacrosse Association has developed the Parents and Players Guide to Lacrosse.  This guide will provide you with general information to help your child get the most out of participating in lacrosse.  As a parent, you will:

1.  understand how this truly 'Canadian game' is played;

2.  grasp the basic skills;

3.  comprehend what your child needs to fully enjoy playing the sport;

4.  find out where you can obtain further information on programs and competitions.

Lacrosse is about having fun.  As a parent you can play a vital role in the development of your child while having fun.  Be positive about your child's participation.  Encourage. Support.  Volunteer.  Listen.  Pay attention to your child's progress.  Be a positive role model.  Remind your child, and yourself, that winning isn't everything.

Link CLA Parent/Player Guide

Parent/Player Resources

The Canadian Lacrosse Association has many resources that can assist both parents and players in the game of Lacrosse.  Within this area you will find information on player nutrition; fairplay within the sport; starting a new club; and so much more.

Link CLA Parent/Player Resources

Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 November 2010 22:06

2 Minute Drill for Parents - You have to ask

Monthly tips from Positive Coaching Alliance
You Have To Ask
When NFL star Peyton Manning was growing up, his day, Archie Manning, a former NFL great, used to say, "If you want to learn to be a quarterback, I'll teach you.  But you have to ask."
Last Updated on Friday, 18 January 2008 13:55

2 Minute Drill for Parents - The Debrief

Monthly tips from Positive Coaching Alliance 
The Debrief
There was a family with seven children and the parents couldn't attend all of their kids' sporting events.  When a child came home after a game, the father would ask:
"What was the most fun today?"
"What worked well?"
"What didn't work well?"
Last Updated on Friday, 18 January 2008 13:58

Psychology Tips for Lacrosse Parents


To excel in any sport, athletes must develop and then continually practice various skills. Initially, athletes spend countless hours developing their physical, technical, and tactical skills required by their particular sport. Lacrosse players typically improve their physical and endurance; work on cradling, shooting and stick skills; and learn defensive and offensive strategies. After an athlete has become competent at these sorts of skills, performance in both practice and competition will be enhanced if psychological skills are used.

Last Updated on Friday, 18 January 2008 13:53

BOX Schedules, Standing and Arena locations:
Lower Mainland Minor Lacrosse Commission

FIELD Schedules, Standing and Field locations:
Pacific Coast Field Lacrosse League

British Columbia Lacrosse Association

Port Coquitlam Minor Lacrosse Association acknowledges the financial support of the Province of British Columbia".

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