Claresholm Minor Lacrosse Association

This site was last updated on March 8/17 

If you have any pictures of our kids playing please email them to [email protected] and I will upload them. 


We hold a yearly raffle as our major fundraiser.  Ticket booklets are $10 each (10 tickets at $1 each).  These are handed out in May, once we have prizes confirmed.  

If you/your business would like to donate a prize , for our  raffle, please  email Sharon King

[email protected]

Equipment List (PDF)

Welcome to the 2019 season, registration is now open.  Just click on the registration/member sign in tab.

Looking for what equipment is needed? At the bottom of this page you will find a link to what equipment is needed. 


Congratulations Rockmen Midgets... SALA champs! 

Thank you to the many individuals and businesses that made sure we made it to Provincials, making Claresholm Proud!

Challand Concrete Construction
Skyline Towing & Recovery
John and Trish McLean
L.C. Associates Financial Services Inc.
Auto Focus Inc.
Petro's Liquor
Professional Craneworx Inc.

Hurlburt Rock Products Ltd.
From Tips to Toes - Michelle Pinkerton
520 Transport Ltd.
Chuck and Jackie Clark
Claresholm Eye Care

Jack Jodoin Westwinds Bobcat Service
V. Raffin Transit Mix Ltd.
K5 Concrete Plumbing Ltd.
Noble Concrete Ltd.
Foothills Ford
Hornberger Trucking
Claresholm Veterinary Services
Tickety Boo Detail - Ivan McPhee
Fas Gas

About Us:

A brief history: Rockmen Lacrosse began in Claresholm Alberta in the winter of 2010. A small group of people, knowing what a wonderful sport box lacrosse is, began planning... That spring the Rockmen were born! With the generous assistance of the Lethbridge Lacrosse  Association and the Southern Alberta Lacrosse Association, the first team of mixed Bantam players was formed. 

2012  saw us officially recognized as the Claresholm Minor Lacrosse Association.

Over the past few years, the Claresholm Rockmen have had 40- 60 young people (and many, many parent volunteers) annually enjoying Lacrosse as part of a team.  Many Claresholm and area businesses and clubs have been a part of keeping costs down for parents, so as many kids can play as possible.   We plan to continue that tradition.