General registration questions

TBLC believes that players are strongest when they participate in a number of sports and our club aims to accommodate tryouts for lacrosse with this in mind.

Based on parental feedback, for tryouts (Field rep, Box rep) we will ensure there are a number of separate tryouts (typically 3), scheduled on different days and times, in an effort to accommodate everyone’s busy schedules.

TBLC will post prior to any tryout the rules governing attendance and selection. As an example, TBLC typically requires players to attend at least one tryout in order to be eligible to play on any of the “1” teams.

This policy is designed to enable families to plan for tryouts well in advance, and to allow our club’s families and Beaches Lacrosse volunteers to better manage their time.

Toronto Beaches Lacrosse Club (TBLC) is a member club of the Ontario Lacrosse Association (OLA). By
registering for any TBLC program every member of TBLC agrees to abide by the following Code of Conduct.

All individuals affiliated with TBLC shall:
I. Attempt at all times to work toward the goals and objectives of TBLC, the OLA, the game of Lacrosse, and toward the betterment of its members.
II. Strive to heighten the image and dignity of TBLC, the OLA, and the sport of Lacrosse as a whole, and to refrain from behaviour which may discredit or embarrass TBLC, the OLA, or the game.
III. Always be courteous and objective in dealing with other members.
IV. Strive to achieve excellence in the sport while supporting the concepts of Fair Play and Drug Free Sport.
V. Show respect for the culture, social, and political values of all participants in the sport.
VI. As a guest in another province or foreign country, abide by the laws of the host jurisdiction and adhere to any social customs concerning conduct.
VII. Refrain from actions, comments, or behaviours which are disrespectful, offensive, abusive, racist, or sexist.  In particular, behaviour which constitutes harassment or abuse WILL NOT be tolerated and will be dealt with under the OLA’s Harassment Policy & Code of Conduct.

A Toronto Beaches Lacrosse Club (“TBLC”) Member who observes misconduct in violation of the Code of Conduct (the “Code”), may notify the individual(s) to:

  • Cease the misconduct;
  • Ask the individual(s) to leave the vicinity of the TBLC hosted activity if the misconduct persists;
  • Notify security or legal authorities if the circumstances warrant

Thereafter either the President or the TBLC Board of Directors may establish a Disciplinary Committee (“DC”) to preside over suspected Code violations on a case-by-case basis.  If the DC finds that a violation of the Code has occurred, then the consequences for the offending member may include, but may not be limited to, the following (in escalating order of magnitude):

  • Letter and /or documented meeting with DC
  • Fines (the proceeds of which may be used to pay for any direct and consequential damages suffered by TBLC or any of its Members due to the misconduct);
  • Suspension or banishment from TBLC sanctioned events for the balance of the season;
  • Revocation of Membership in TBLC;
  • Life-time ban from TBLC sanctioned events and/or
  • Paying TBLC’s litigation and other legal costs relating to, or flowing from, the misconduct in question.

TBLC’s Board of Directors reserves the right to amend this process at any time. In the event that this Process overlaps or contradicts any process imposed by a regulatory body such as the Ontario Lacrosse Association, then the regulatory body shall prevail only to the extent of such overlap or contradiction.

General Principles

1. This policy applies to registration fees paid directly to the Toronto Beaches Lacrosse Club either on line or in person.
2. The principle behind our refund policy is to allow a reasonable period of time following registration for parents/players to withdraw, while still safeguarding the long-term financial stability of our programs
3. TBLC commits to program expenditure based on registrations and these expenses are not recoverable to the program if/when a member withdraws.
4. All refund requests must be made in writing or Email to the TBLC Registrar by the individual who paid the fee(s) either via the club’s on-line or in person request for refund procedure. Please allow 2-4 weeks for refunds to be processed.
5. An administrative fee will be charged on approved refunds. The amount of set fees will be set annually by TBLC.
6. The final amount of any refund is at TBLC’s discretion or in special or extenuating circumstances at the discretion of the TBLC President.
7. TBLC shall not be responsible for any monies paid directly to a team, team coach, or team official and TBLC shall not entertain requests for any such refunds.
8. TBLC shall not be responsible for any monies raised and collected by teams through sponsorship or fundraising efforts and shall not entertain requests for any such refunds.



1. A paid registration fee shall be fully refunded in the event that TBLC is unable to field a team. No administrative fee shall be withheld in this case.
2. A paid registration fee shall be partially refunded (pro-rated) if a player must withdraw for medical reasons prior to the start of the program (must provide doctor’s note).
3. A paid registration fee shall be partially refunded (pro-rated) if a players family is transferred to a another province or country (proof of transfer required).
4. There will be no refund of registration fees once a player is registered and the season has started.
5. There will be no refund for a registration fee if a player is suspended or expelled under the OLA, OMFLL, or OWFL discipline policy or code of conduct rules.
6. Once player has attended workouts, practices, or tryouts there will be no refunds at any point thereafter if a player or parent disagrees with the player’s coach, team, or tier placement.
7. There will be no refund if a players withdraws due to medical reasons after the deadlines set out above with the exception of extenuating circumstance which must be presented and approved by the TBLC President.

The registration process has been streamlined into ONE SportzSoft account for all TBLC programs (House League Box, Rep Box, Field, and Girls Field).  Please read and follow these instructions to register for 2020.

If you have any problems, please contact the Registrar for your program.

The Player Development Fund

Toronto Beaches Lacrosse Club is a community-based club providing recreational and competitive lacrosse opportunities for players aged 4-21 years.

We are committed to the growth and development of Canada’s National Summer Sport by ensuring that all eligible players have access to play, including financial support.  

Through the generous contributions of our members, Toronto Beaches Lacrosse Club has established the Player Development Fund.  This fund is open to players in financial need.

Toronto Beaches Lacrosse Club serves the following neighbourhoods: the Beaches, East York, Riverdale, Leslieville, Corktown, Cabbagetown, Regent’s Park, Liberty Village, Trinity Bellwoods, Dufferin Grove, Davenport, Seaton Village, the Annex, Summerhill, Casa Loma, Rosedale, Moore Park, and Leaside.

If you, or someone you know, require financial assistance in order to play, please contact our Club Treasurer, at

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