2022 Quebec Regional Combine Announced
In preparation for the 2022 calendar year of events, including the 2022 IIJL World Junior Lacrosse Championship, the Canadian Lacrosse League (CLL) will be holding seven (7) Regional Combines across Canada. For the first time the CLL will be holding a combine in Montreal, Quebec to provide players from the region (Ottawa/Montreal), who normal travel upwards of 8 hours to attend the Ontario Regional Combine that takes place in Six Nations of the Grand River/Ohsweken, ON, an option closer to home. The 2022 Quebec Regional Combine will take place at Le Club Dome minutes outside of downtown Montreal.
"Over the last three years we have had a number of players from Quebec compete for Canada at the World Junior Lacrosse Championship and most recently at the World U17 and U15 Lacrosse Championships." said Chris Fox. Quebec players include Mathis Couillard, Blainville, QC (2019 WJLC), Nathan Thomas Pouliot, Rosemère, QC (2021 WJLC), Zack Pagé, Mascouche, QC (2021 WU17LC), Samuel Morin, Saint-Hubert, QC (2021 WU17LC), and Gabriel Young, Gatineau, QC (2021 WU15LC).
Players who are interested in competing are invited to complete a Request for Participation that will be reviewed by staff with follow-up communication to come thereafter.
Regional Combines are used to identify players for the current and future International Indoor Junior Lacrosse (IIJL) championships and events, including the IIJL World Junior Lacrosse Championship, IIJL World U17 Lacrosse Championship, and IIJL World U15 Lacrosse Championship.