The Langley Stealth will be training and scrimmaging at the Langley Events Centre during their annual training camp.

Training underway for Stealth team

Locals can watch Stealth scrimmages at the LEC.

The Vancouver Stealth’s training camp will open this month and run until the end of the year.

Training for the 40-member lacrosse team starts on Nov. 19th, with the big roster cut-down behind held on Thursday, Dec. 15.

That will reduce the team to 20 active players and four on the practice roster.

“We are looking forward to a fast-paced highly competitive camp where we will be evaluating every position,” said Stealth head coach Jamie Batley. “Our team will play an extremely up tempo style and we need to identify players who can play at that pace.”

The weekend training sessions will take place at the Langley Events Centre’s Fieldhouse and will be open and free to the public.

Sessions take place:

• Nov. 19, 9-11 a.m. and 6-8 p.m.

• Nov. 20, 9-11 a.m.

• Dec. 3, 9-11 a.m. and 6-8 p.m.

• Dec. 4, 9-11 a.m.

• Dec. 10, 9-11 a.m. and 6-8 p.m.

• Dec. 11, 9-11 a.m.

• Dec. 18, 9-11 a.m.

• Dec 30-31, times pending.

The Stealth will host two pre-season scrimmages including against the Calgary Roughnecks on Dec. 3 at 7 p.m. and against the NLL Champions Saskatchewan Rush at 9 a.m. on Dec. 4.

In addition to the two Stealth friendlies, the Langley Events Centre will play host to two other scrimmages over the same weekend with Saskatchewan taking on Colorado and the Roughnecks competing against the Mammoth.

For more information, visit


Just Posted

COMMUTER ALERT: Serious pedestrian crash closes Pacific Highway

Traffic along 176th Street, 4th to 8th Avenue, is blocked while Mounties continue to investigate.

Giants owner Ron Toigo to get BC Sports Hall of Fame W.A.C. Bennett Award

Head of Langley-based hockey team to be honoured at May induction gala

UPDATED: Touching note left on Langley veteran’s windshield

A veteran hopes the writers of a note know how much he was touched by their kind words. They do.

VIDEO: Young Langley boy uses his grief to help other kids suffering loss

Thursday Langley Hospice hosts its Paint the Town Blue campaign to spotlight child bereavement.

LETTER: Canada should not be selling weapons abroad

A Langley man is critical of Canada for selling arms that are being used to kill civilians.

People flocking to Vancouver Island city to see hundreds of sea lions

Each year the combination of Steller and California sea lions take over Cowichan Bay

Protesters confront Environment Minister in B.C.

Protesters wanting more for killer whales confront Catherine McKenna

Humans reshaping evolutionary history of species around the globe: paper

University of British Columbia researcher had the paper published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society

Toronto ‘carding’ activist Desmond Cole stopped by police in Vancouver

Cole says his experience reveals what daily life is like for black and Indigenous residents

Tubing, skating, light display part of new winter festival in Vancouver

Set to open Nov. 23, the six-week festival will take over Vancouver’s Concord Pacific Centre

Commercial trucks banned from left lane of Coquihalla

B.C.’s Ministry of Transportation has introduced a new program that hopes to prevent accidents and closures on the Coquihalla Highway.

B.C. on track to record same number of overdose deaths as last year

128 people died of overdoses in September, bringing the total to more than 1,100 so far in 2018

B.C. firefighters rescue horse stuck in mud

‘It happens more often than you’d think,’ says deputy chief

Regulatory confusion over ‘toxic’ stink near Abbotsford school

Officials sniffing out which regulators responsible for enforcing compliance at neighbouring property

Most Read