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CLA 2020 National Championships won’t be played

CLA 2020 National Championships won’t be played

The Canadian Lacrosse Association (CLA) made it official, all 2020 National Championships won’t be played. This decision, was made public on Thursday, May 28th in a six-paragraph release from the Canadian Lacrosse Association. In the release they stated, “The health and safety of our players and everyone in the lacrosse community are our top priorities,”

The Canadian Lacrosse Association (CLA) made it official, all 2020 National Championships won’t be played.

This decision, was made public on Thursday, May 28th in a six-paragraph release from the Canadian Lacrosse Association.

In the release they stated, “The health and safety of our players and everyone in the lacrosse community are our top priorities,” stated CLA President Shawn Williams. “We recognize that national championships are important to lacrosse players of all ages. The CLA will be preparing for the 2021 national championship season and we look forward to having our lacrosse family back together once again.”

This means the Mann Cup, Minto Cup, Presidents’ Cup, Founders’ Cup, Alumni Cup, First Nations Cup, Ross Cup/Victory Trophy, 16U Girls Box Lacrosse Championship, 16U Girls Box Lacrosse Championships, 14UBox Lacrosse Championship, 14U Girls Box Lacrosse Championships, 12U Box Lacrosse Championship and U19 Women’s Field Lacrosse Championship won’t be played this summer.

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