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OLA Junior A Lacrosse League

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The Ontario Junior A Lacrosse League is a box lacrosse league in Ontario, Canada sanctioned by the Ontario Lacrosse Association. The playoff champion moves on to compete for the National Championship—the Minto Cup.

The teams

Team Centre
Barrie Lakeshores Barrie
Brampton Excelsiors Brampton
Burlington Chiefs Burlington
Kitchener-Waterloo Braves Kitchener
Mississauga Tomahawks Mississauga
Orangeville Northmen Orangeville
Peterborough Lakers Peterborough
St. Catharines Athletics St. Catharines
Six Nations Arrows Ohsweken
Toronto Beaches Toronto
Whitby Warriors Whitby

Playoff Champions

1960 Whitby Red Wings
1961 Hastings Legionnaires[1]
1962 Brampton ABC's
1963 Oshawa Green Gaels
1964 Oshawa Green Gaels
1965 Oshawa Green Gaels
1966 Oshawa Green Gaels
1967 Oshawa Green Gaels
1968 Oshawa Green Gaels
1969 Oshawa Green Gaels
1970 Lakeshore Maple Leafs
1971 Peterborough PCO's
1972 Peterborough PCO's
1973 Peterborough PCO's
1974 Peterborough PCO's
1975 Peterborough Gray Munros
1976 Bramalea Excelsiors
1977 Whitby Consolidated Builders
1978 Whitby Consolidated Builders
1979 Peterborough Century 21
1980 Whitby Consolidated Builders
1981 Peterborough James Gang
1982 Peterborough James Gang
1983 Peterborough James Gang
1984 Whitby Warriors
1985 Whitby Warriors
1986 Peterborough Maulers
1987 Peterborough Maulers
1988 Peterborough Maulers
1989 Peterborough Maulers
1990 St. Catharines Athletics
1991 St. Catharines Athletics
1992 Six Nations Arrows
1993 Orangeville Northmen
1994 Brampton Excelsiors
1995 Orangeville Northmen
1996 Orangeville Northmen
1997 Whitby Warriors
1998 Six Nations Arrows
1999 Whitby Warriors
2000 Orangeville Northmen
2001 St. Catharines Athletics
2002 St. Catharines Athletics
2003 St. Catharines Athletics
2004 Six Nations Arrows
2005 Six Nations Arrows
2006 Six Nations Arrows
2007 Six Nations Arrows
2008 Orangeville Northmen
2009 Orangeville Northmen
2010 Orangeville Northmen
2011 Whitby Warriors
2012 Orangeville Northmen

Former Member Teams

Akwesasne Indians (Folded 2012)
Elora Mohawks
Hamilton Bengals
Huntsville Hawks
Mimico Mountaineers
Orillia Rama Kings
Oshawa Green Gaels
Ottawa Titans
Scarborough Saints
Sarnia Pacers
Windsor Warlocks


External links

  • OLA Official Website
  • BIBLE of lacrosse

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