News and Announcements


Adanac field lacrosse is excited to announce the 7th annual LAXOP Rust Removal Camp and the 2nd annual Girls Lax 101 at Charles Best field. The Camp will adhere to all safety protocols.

- Rust Removal (AUG 24-27 ~ 9-Noon ~ $150 including pinnie ~ Ages 7-13) is open to boys & girls in full equipment. Players will stay safe, have fun & gain confidence. Our focus on reinforcing the fundamentals while teaching team play and game sense will have a huge impact on player development.

- Girls LAX 101 (AUG 28 ~ 9-Noon ~ $40 ~ Ages 7-15) is for girls to get a safe and fun introduction to Women’s Lacrosse from local female instructors. Women’s stick & gear is encouraged but full gear and regular stick will work great.

Please spread the word to your friends… the camp is Adanacs first but open to all associations.


For any inquiries email


Dear Coquitlam Adanacs Field Lacrosse,

My name is Steven Robertson, and I am currently the Chapter President and Nick Healey Hike Chairman of the Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity, at Simon Fraser University. I would like to invite the Coquitlam Adanacs Field Lacrosse to attend our upcoming Nick Healey Hike for Mental Health, on March 22, 2020, at 11:00 AM, on Burnaby Mountain.

The Nick Healey Hike for Mental Health is dedicated to one of our Founding Fathers and founding Vice-President, Nick Healey (a Port Moody native), who on March 25, 2014, lost his battle against his mental health. Nick was also a former member of the Coquitlam Adanacs Field Lacrosse Association when he was younger.

For the second year, the Nick Healey Hike for Mental Health raises money for the Canadian Mental Health Association, in which the money raised will be used to support children and youth living with mental health issues through recreation-based programming. Last year’s hike raised over $6,715, and we are looking to surpass that amount this year with an initial fundraising goal of $10,000. This event is anticipated around the community, and your police department’s attendance would add to the importance and magnitude of this event.

We do not charge anyone for attending the hike, but we strongly recommend for all groups to start their own personal or team fundraising page for this event. If you are unable to attend but would still like to donate or become a sponsor of our event, then your contributions are always appreciated.

If you have any questions, please let me know. Hope to see you out at the event.

Steven Robertson

Chapter President| Tau Beta Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity

The links for the fundraising page, Facebook event page, and website are below:


Our U13 Tier 1 team won Silver at the BC Provincials this past weekend.

They lost to an undefeated New West team in the final, but made it exciting coming back from a 6-1 deficit to finish 11-9!

Great job team!

Please join us at the 2020 AGM for the Adanacs Field Lacrosse Association.

7pm Thursday February 20th
Mundy Park Field House
629 Hillcrest Stree

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PSLC Spring/Summer Camp Leaders Wanted

Posted by Site Admin at Jan 23, 2020 10:38AM PST

The following is an email from the City of Coquitlam:

Hi Everyone,

Just wanted to send out that the we are currently accepting applications for our Spring Break & Summer Camp Program Leader staff. If you would like to send to anyone interested that would be greatly appreciated J PSLC will be looking for applicants that specialize in lacrosse and/or ball hockey for summer camps. The other areas of the City will be looking for a wide variety of skills (Music & Dance to outdoor recreation).

Posting closes Feb 3, 2020. This is an auxiliary unionized position.

Katrina McCurrach
Recreation Program Coordinator – Arena Programs & Events | City of Coquitlam |
Poirier Sport and Leisure Complex – 633 Poirier Street, Coquitlam, BC V3J 6A9
Phone: 604-927-6119