Referees & Timekeepers

Referees

Are you interested in refereeing lacrosse this year? If so, you will need to be certified by the Ontario Lacrosse Association. There are a few requirements that must be fulfilled before you can start (see below), but once these are met you are ready to start refereeing.

Both returning referees and those interested in refereeing for the first time this season MUST contact the Referee assigner, see Executive Contacts  tab, indicating the intention to referee, age and referee level obtained.

2018 Box Lacrosse Referee Clinic :

There will be a Box Lacrosse Referee certification clinic to be held in numerous locations. The cost will be reimbursed by the Huntsville Lacrosse Association.

Details and requirements for clinics can be found on the OLA Referee website.

olarefreg.sportngin.com/

Age Requirement:

Must turn at least 14 years old during the calendar year. 

Prerequisites:

Familiarity with game and rules of Box Lacrosse

Training Session:

The Referee Clinic will be held in the Zone 4 area. Referee shirt, rule book, situation handbook are provided. Referee must provide whistle, pants, and running shoes (preferably black). The fee for this clinic is reimbursed by the Huntsville Minor Lacrosse Association on the condition that the person does referee a minimum amount of games as requested.

Game Scheduling:

At least one week in advance, but most likely the season

Locations:

Games are usually played in Huntsville at the Canada Summit Center.

TIMEKEEPERS

Are you interested in timekeeping lacrosse this year? If you are available the HDMLA  would like to hear from you. There are a few requirements that must be fulfilled before you can start (see below), but once these are met you are ready to start timekeeping.

Age Requirement:

Minimum age requirement is 12 years (some exceptions may apply).

Experience Required:

Familiarity with game and basic rules of Box Lacrosse

Training Session:

One hour orientation group session for the use of the scoreboard clock and shot clock

Pay:

$10.00 per game (one hour games – payment at the end of the month)

Game Scheduling:

Normally one week in advance; generally timekeepers are assigned 2 to 3 consecutive games per day required.

Locations:

Games are usually played in Huntsville at the Canada Summit Center. Please contact the RIC if you are interested in doing timekeeping this year.

More info please contact our RIC – Wayne Clarke  |  clarkefamily.365@live.ca