2009 Peewee National Schedule / Results

The best 11 and 12 year old lacrosse players from across Canada will battle it out, representing their respective Provinces. LITG will be there catching all of the action and doing daily reports. This list of games will be updated throughout each day of the Festival.

 

August 2nd      
       
Opening Ceremonies      
       
August 3rd      
       
TEAM SCORE TEAM SCORE
Alberta 12  Quebec
Nova Scotia  7 Saskatchewan  6
Ontario 19  New Brunswick  1
Manitoba  3 Iroquois 7
Quebec  0 British Columbia  18
New Brunswick  5 Nova Scotia  1
Manitoba Saskatchewan
Alberta  2 Ontario  11
 Iroquois  2 British Columbia   6
       
August 4th      
       
TEAM SCORE TEAM SCORE
       
Quebec Saskatchewan
British Columbia  18 Nova Scotia  1
Ontario  23 Manitoba
Iroquois  5 New Brunswick  3
Alberta  9 Nova Scotia
Saskatchewan  0 British Columbia  18
Manitoba  6 Quebec
Ontario  12 Iroquois
 Alberta  4 New Brunswick 
August 5th      
       
TEAM SCORE TEAM SCORE
       
Quebec  2 Iroquois  8
New Brunswick  0 British Columbia 17 
Manitoba  4 Alberta  5
Saskatchewan  0 Ontario  20
Nova Scotia 4 Quebec 7
Iroquois  7 Alberta
New Brunswick  4 Saskatchewan
British Columbia  4 Ontario
Nova Scotia   6 Manitoba 
August 6th      
   
TEAM SCORE TEAM SCORE
New Brunswick 2 Manitoba
Nova Scotia  0 Ontario 14 
Saskatchewan  2 Iroquois  15
British Columbia  5 Alberta  1
New Brunswick  2 Manitoba  6
Ontario  18 Quebec  1
Iroquois  13 Nova Scotia
Saskatchewan  4 Alberta
British Columbia  18 Manitoba
Quebec  4 New Brunswick  5
       
August 7th      
TEAM SCORE TEAM SCORE
2nd-British Columbia  14 3rd-Iroquois  3
6th – Quebec   7th – Nova Scotia  
       
August 8th      
       
 Nova Scotia – B Bronze  3 Manitoba 
 Quebec B Gold 6 (OT) New Brunswick B Silver  4
Alberta Bronze 7 (OT) Iroquois 
 British Columbia Silv er  3  Ontario Gold
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10 Comments

  1. I don’t get it… while I am sure it’s an honour to play for your province, how much fun is it really to be in a 23-0 or 19-1 game for the winner OR the loser? There has to be a better way for 11-12 year old kids across Canada to compete with each other… clearly Ontario and BC are the only 2 teams close enough to each other to compete for the gold. Am I missing something here or is it really fun for the kids/parents of these teams to play/watch these games?

    • The debate of whether teams enjoy losing a game 23-0 or 19-1 will go on forever. As a person involved in lacrosse at many levels in a “less developed” province, I can tell you that it is frustrating. We do not have the registration numbers that Ontario and BC have. Therefore, there are far fewer teams and that means less competition when you have to divide those players up into A and B categories (which has just started in the past couple of years – prior it was all ‘house league’). At the same time, no one wants to win a game by 23 goals.

      If we do not send teams away to competitions like this, the players, coaches, parents and referees do not see what has to be done to further develop these fine young players. The players want to play. And they will play their hearts out in a 23-0 contest. And they want to get better, in order that they will one day succeed.

      Lacrosse tournaments offer more than just lacrosse – they offer valuable life skills and wonderful memories. Nothing is for certain except one thing – these players will grow up; hopefully into responsible adults that we can be proud of.

      The comment from In Defence is correct – support and development are crucial at the young ages. Provincial and regional organizations are responsible for this. See where you can help.

      By the way, Manitoba did not send a Bantam team to Whitby this year and may not in the future. It will put a serious hole into the development of players who get the experience at PeeWee years and then have to wait until Midget nationals.

  2. Just go to the Festival and see how much fun everyone has. The opportunity to be around so much lax is not to be missed. My son is competing in Midget D this weekend and half the fun is seeing all the other teams. Sometimes it is more about the journey than the destination. I have heard the Gait brothers fondly recall their minor lacrosse days coming East to play for a Peewee National Championship. All the provincial teams will go home with that memory plus many more. Whitby is the place to be right now if you love lacrosse!

  3. No DOUBT ABOUT IT THE WEAKER TEAMS HAVE A GREAT TIME THEIR GOAL IS TO WIN A GAME. AND EVEN IF THEY DONT THEY HAVE GREAT MEMORIES,AND HAVE A THRILL PLAYING AGAINST THE BEST.. PAUL.

    • I would not blame the players of the “losing” teams (not weaker, I take offence to weaker), these players are capable and willing to play at the same level of other provinces. Your probably thinking not so, but ask yourselve if you came from a province that did not have any lacrosse programs to develop these young players to play at a higher level, would they not be the “weaker” players? Yes they would. So if your looking for answers, send them to the provincial organization and canadian organiztion and ask them why are there no programs to develop these young players? I agree its all about the memories and the journey. But believe it these “Weaker” teams can be contenders if they get the support and development that the “Stronger” teams have.

      • When a team loses 15-0 , or 25-3, there is no question it has lost to a stronger team, therefore making it a weaker team, whether you are offended or not, that my friend is a fact. I am a little surprised that Team Iroquois aren’t quite as strong this year,and it looks like the final will be a beauty, Ontario are fast but a bit on the small side. The boys from BC will take the Gold again this year.

    • Hey Paul, great prediction! Looks like those big boys from BC really could match the skill of the boys from Ontario. Way to go Team “O”!!!

      • You show alot of balls, commenting after the fact ! Paul

  4. Marksy, was there any all star team named for the peewee nationals? If so who were they.

    Thanks for all your hard work,

    Marty

  5. Iroquios won yesterdays game against BC, and I have to say, I was disgusted with the head hunting that BC was doing. They even attacked an opposing player in front of their bench and several players walked over that same player while he tried to get to his feet. The parents should also be ashamed, a few were overheard yelling to attack certain players and Number 7 for BC should really rethink how he plays he seemed to have a very unsportsman like playing attitude. I am very surprised that there wasn’t a huge brawl after the game between players, and or parents against parents. The shots to the head by BC resulted in some ONE sided ref calls, one player was hit purposly in the head which resulted in him going down and bleeding from the mouth on the floor. Yet no penalty. Sad really.


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