Rules and regulations


Rules and regulations for the CDLA are more specific rules that apply to the management and administration of lacrosse in Calgary. Rules and regulations provide specific guidance on such items as:

  1. Use of underaged players
  2. Affiliate players
  3. Player transfers
  4. Player suspensions

In some cases, the CDLA has modified Canadian Lacrosse Association rules to make them more severe or specific. For example, in 2008, the CDLA introduced the repeat offender rule. This rule is as follows:

 

 

Infraction

CDLA Position

3rd Incident

5 or 10 minute majors, misconducts, or any combination. Additional 1 game suspension.

4th Incident

5 or 10 minute majors, misconducts, or any combination. Additional 2 game suspension.

5th Incident

5 or 10 minute majors, misconducts, or any combination. Refer to discipline committee.
Not eligible to play until committee meets.

 

The latest version of the CDLA Rules and Regulations is provided below.

CDLARulesAndRegulations2018v3

2020 CDLA Tiering Policy   

ALA Bylaws

ALA Regulations 2021

ALA Policies & Procedures

Canadian Lacrosse Association - Operations Manual - click here

Canadian Lacrosse Association- Operations Manual Revisions - click here

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