Recruiting Information

The New Westminster JR A Salmonbellies Lacrosse Club operates an elite five year box lacrosse program specifically committed to developing box lacrosse players between the ages of 17 and 21 into future Senior A and NLL stars. The program is comprised of three teams:  The Junior A team (17 – 21 year olds), Junior B (17 - 21 years old) and the Jr. B Tier 1 (17 and 18 year olds formerly 'Intermediate').  The ultimate goal of our organization is to compete for and win the Minto Cup, the National Junior A lacrosse title annually. This goal is supported by meeting the following key objectives:

  • To develop box lacrosse players for the Senior A leagues and NLL
  • To assist our athletes in college lacrosse recruitment with expertise and guidance based on our past proven experience
  • To add players of the right makeup to the Salmonbellies family


If you are a player who feels you have what it takes to be a Salmonbelly and fit the following criteria, please contact us:

  • Free Agent Junior player (Junior A rights not held by another organization and/or protected by territorial rights)
  • Free Agent Jr. B Tier 1 player Jr. B Tier 1 rights not held by another organization and/or protected by territorial rights)
  • Midget box player providing information in preparation of the JR A Midget draft
  • Out of province players are asked to consult the CLA web site regarding rules of contact.

Players who are interested in the New Westminster Junior A Salmonbellies Lacrosse Club are asked to contact:

  • Warren Goss, General Manager, mobile 778-231-0928 or by email at goose444@me.com

Players who are interested in the New Westminster Junior B Salmonbellies are asked to contact Warren Goss or

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