Burrards are making the cuts

Burrards are making the cut at the national and provincial levels of lacrosse.

Burrards are making the cut at the national and provincial levels of lacrosse.

Former Burrard Megan Kinna has been selected for the Canadian Lacrosse Association senior women’s national field team.

She will represent Canada at this summer’s 2017 FIL Women’s Lacrosse World Cup in Guildford, England. The athletes on the 25-player national training squad were evaluated by the team’s coaching staff during a training camp in Syracuse, New York last weekend, and final cuts were made.

Team B.C. also announced its 2017 box lacrosse head coaches, and two Ridge Meadows coaches have also been picked.

Lance Andre will coach the midget boys, and Daren Fridge will run the bantam boys program.

The bantam nationals will take place Aug. 1-5 in Saskatoon, Sask., and the midget nationals will take place during August in Whitby, Ont.

 

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